Land Agent (Partial Remote Work) (QR298)

Job type: Permanent, Full-Time

Location: Aberdeen, City of Aberdeen

SALARY £35,000 - £48,000 pa & Bonuses

Sector: Surveyors

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Job description

Do you aspire to become a Partner, and would you like to accomplish this within the next 5 years?

Would you like to collaborate with clients to create a more sustainable energy future?

Are you seeking a job that offers the convenience of a hybrid role?

Then look no further!

As Land Agent, you will assume responsibility for delivering land referencing for pipeline and utility projects, liaise with landowners to secure project access, land reinstatement, and negotiate compensation claims for some of the largest renewable projects in Scotland.

Key Tasks:

  • Acquisitions, utility, and CPO related work
  • Liaise directly with clients, their staff, and other professional advisors
  • Negotiation of a variety of land transactions, including sales, purchases, compensation claims, servitudes/wayleaves
  • Creation of records of condition
  • Maintaining a concise record of landowner issues and relaying these to project teams
  • Progress reporting of land issues and attending weekly/monthly project meetings
  • Identifying work opportunities and establishing contacts with existing and potential clientsand other professionals.

The benefits offered by the company include:

  • Competitive basic salary (NEGOTIABLE DEPENDING ON EXPERIENCE)
  • Annual company bonus
  • On-going professional development
  • There is a clear path to becoming an Associate or Partner
  • Flexible hybrid work available
  • Excellent holiday entitlement & Birthday day off
  • Pension & life insurance schemes
  • Car & petrol allowance
  • The cost of professional subscription is covered
  • Cycle to work scheme
  • & much more!

If you are a Land Agent who is MRICS-qualified, apply today for a confidential chat.

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