Our surveyors are lucky to work in a beautiful part of the country - where others have to pay to go on holiday. We’ve all enjoyed a morning coffee at a seaside cafe, lunch at a country pub, or taken a bike or surfboard for an early finish in the hills or at the beach.

At Croft Surveyors we like to think we do things better, allowing our Building Surveyors to work in the place they want to live, at a pace that suits them, doing the type of work they enjoy and with flexibility in working hours. We trust our staff to look after our clients and provide the highest quality advice – but this doesn’t mean work has to be boring or predictable.

Croft Surveyors are looking for an experienced Chartered Building Surveyor, to be based in South Devon and working throughout the South West, controlling their own workload which may be as varied or specialised as they wish.

Make your work fit your lifestyle.

Job listing

This is an employed position with a basic salary and a generous bonus package with you in control. If you are interested and wish to know more please contact:

Peter Croft

01392 790700

pc@croftsurveyors.co.uk


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