If you want a role as a Building surveyor then you will advise clients about how to build their design on time and within their budget. You will work with both commercial clients and also clients of large homes and need to have a keen interest in buildings and the building of them and the repair of them. To be able to do this role you will need to be qualified as a Surveyor by doing a degree qualification.
Starting salaries for building surveyors are around £19,000 to £24,000 a year. With experience, surveyors can earn between £23,000 and £38,000 a year. Senior surveyors can earn even more as much as £50,000 a year. You should have good problem-solving, strong communication and presentation skills if you want to be successful in this career.
If you are qualified and now looking for a new role, please see the below letter which can help you with your job application:
Building Surveyor Cover Letter
Mr. A. Employee
1, My House
Mrs. A. Manager
Application for the role of Building Surveyor
I would like to apply for the role of Building Surveyor that you have advertised in (where) and (when).
I qualified from (which university and when) as a Surveyor and am now looking to begin my career as a Surveyor. I have had some experience during my degree and enjoyed the different people that I met in differing situations from regular sites and surveying the area to dealing with issues with neighbours and boundary issues.
I am looking forward to beginning my career as a Surveyor and have done a lot of research into the role and feel that with my excellent communication skills I will be able to relate well to the clients and tradespeople alike. I will be able to provide advice to my clients and help to give them support if they have legal problems etc.
I have enclosed my CV which details my qualifications and experience. If you have any questions relating to these experiences, please do not hesitate to contact me and I will be happy to answer any questions that you may have.
Thank you for taking the time to read my letter and CV.