The Surveyor role sits within the wider environment of both the multi-functional operational Project team but also, in terms of professional
governance, either the Estates & Valuation or the Acquisition & Planning functional teams.
The Surveyor will work within the project team, reporting to the Project Manager, to ensure the delivery of the project to both client, and company targets (time, cost, quality) as set from time to time by the business and to such quality standards as directed by the client’s process
documents on a project specific basis.

Key Accountabilities/Responsibilities – specific responsibilities/Accountabilities/Outcomes:

Delivery of a caseload of sites from Customer instruction to HOP (and handover to Build where relevant).
Instructions/caseload will cover both “New Code” (ECC) and “Old Code” matters
Delivery shall be to client KPIs and to any specific personal targets agreed, together with any overriding company or client performance
measurement agreements in force from time to time.
Occupational renewals (ECC)
Rent reviews (Old Code)
Negotiation and agreement of commercial terms (Old Code and ECC) with site landlords, 3rd parties and professional advisors – to take
account of Customer guidance/parameters and the requirements of the project.
Securing Customer approvals to heads of terms through relevant Customer approvals processes
Instruction and management of Customer solicitors, through to legal completion
Land ownership checks and Town Planning history checks
Active participation in ECC valuation and production of desktop valuation appraisals (training will be provided)
Reading and interpretation of existing site legal documentation
Maximising the Customer’s existing legal and planning rights, where appropriate
Production of legal document audit reports
Securing landlord and other third party consents as required
Supporting the Project/Commercial team on Customer handover packs (HOP)
Provision of all relevant documentation for securing Customer approval thereto.
Supporting the Commercial team on the resolution of any queries
Ensuring accurate site by site records and commentary is are maintained on a real time basis in both internal and Customer
In conjunction with and as directed by the Project Manager, the delivery of project progress reports / updates into the Customer on a
project specific basis, and as required by the client on an ad-hoc basis from time to time.
·n direction from the Project Manager, the implementation of project action / recovery plans as required from time to time.
The timely resolution of all project queries including the involvement of the project Manager where any escalation occurs or is required.
Representation of the business at client organised meetings, and ad hoc customer conference calls / meetings as required from time to
time in support of the Project Manager.
To provide the Project Manager with all relevant input to enable the management of key milestone forecasts and lockdowns.
Site searching/finding – new rollout sites and NTQ site replacement (as required) and new site option reporting
Attendance and lead role at multi-discipline site visits (MSV) as required
Review and approval of technical drawings to ensure they are suitable for project purposes
Submission of regulation 5 and de minimise planning applications/notifications as required
Supporting the Planning team as required on appropriate Planning pre-consultation with stakeholders
Submission of Full and GPDO planning applications (as required and with appropriate supervision, the Surveyor may undertake such submissions direct from time to time Production of A2B (Acquisition to Build) handover packs to the internal build team as required
To undertake any other duties which fall within the job holder’s capabilities aligned to normal duties that management may reasonably request and to continually seek ways to improve the way in which your function operates within the business.
Travel to other UK headquarters and sites required.
Late or weekend working in support of project delivery may be required Performance Measurement – Key Role Outcomes:

Meet specific data entry targets and quality measures agreed in line with the Client’s SLA
Positive feedback from managers and PMs re: deadlines met, accuracy and quality of information and data input,
Positive general feedback from Customers in project administration expectations being met
Positive upward feedback from those that are managed in terms of appropriate behaviours and ability deal with deadlines and work with
minimum supervision Person specification – Essential/Desirable Qualifications/Experience/Skills/Attributes:
Qualifications and Experience

A professional working knowledge of UK Property Law and the Town and Country Planning System.
A professional working knowledge of the new Electronic Communications Code (ECC) and valuation principles
A minimum of 5 years in a similar telecoms industry role.
Proven track record of delivery as an estates or acquisition surveyor dealing with lease renewals and acquisition under the ECC
Advanced IT Skills in Excel and Word, as well as knowledge of client project management or workflow tools.
Valid driving license Desirable:

MRICS designations
RICS Registered Valuer status (Desirable but not essential)
A degree in a related subject
Detailed knowledge of client project management / workflow systems.
Current certification for Working at Heights.
Willing to travel where necessary