Asset Surveyor


This vacancy is now closed


NPS Property Consultants works in partnership with Norfolk County Council, supplying expertise across property maintenance and consultancy portfolio. Our multi-disciplined team provide a number of services to our clients, offering a full life-cycle project delivery partnership to a range of public and private sector clients.

As a result of business growth and a number of new projects coming through, NPS Property Consultants are looking to recruit an Asset Realisation Surveyor to support the Estates & Asset Management team in Norwich. You will be entrusted with a diverse portfolio of commercial properties and projects; managing a programme of disposals, schemes and day-to-day agency operations.

It is expected you will be accountable for a number of activities as part of the asset realisation team, including the implementation, management and monitoring of complex professional negotiations in respect of a number of land and property transactions. Your knowledge and experience will be crucial to your role, as you will provide consultation, advice and support to internal and external parties on your areas of expertise.

Our Successful Candidate:

  • Professional membership of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors, and be working towards (or willing to work towards) Chartered status
  • Proven experience in a similar estates and asset management role
  • Understanding of funding regimes, development & financial appraisals, and budgetary & financial monitoring
  • Knowledge of property legislation, commercial and general property management & disposal, and local, national and government market economics & policies
  • Excellent communication skills, demonstrating confidence when conversing with senior stakeholders

Our Offer:

Alongside our competitive salary, you will be entitled to:

  • 27 Days Holiday, plus 8 Bank Holidays
  • Company Pension Scheme
  • Life Assurance
  • Level 1 BUPA Health Cash Plan


We are committed to employment practices and behaviours which encourage diversity, promote equality of treatment and eliminate unlawful and or unfair discrimination.

Please read the attached job description and person specification to ensure you meet the criteria for the role before applying.

We reserve the right to close this vacancy once we have received sufficient applications. If you have not been contacted within two weeks of the closing date, please assume that your application has not been successful and will not be progressed to the next stage