Generous pension contribution
At White & Sons we recognise that a successful business depends on attracting and retaining staff of the highest calibre. Our retention rate is one of the highest in the industry and we achieve this by encouraging our staff to develop and realise their fullest potential.
Everyone at White & Sons works hard to achieve the best results for our clients. One of the advantages of working within a Private Partnership is the opportunities and advantages awarded to people on the basis of their ability.
White & Sons are always looking for keen, enthusiastic and career minded individuals, with or without property experience.
If you think you are the right person and would be interested in progressing a career with us, we would be delighted to hear from you.
Please email your CV together with a covering letter to Samantha Holliday, Head of HR, on email@example.com
Weekend Agency Assistant - Dorking Office
Hours - Every Saturday, 8.45am - 4pm (Oxted 8.45am - 5pm)
We are looking for a confident person who is computer literate, possesses excellent communication skills to deal with the general public both face to face and over the telephone as well as accompany viewings.
You must be hardworking, well presented and reliable to assist our sales team.
You will need to be a car owner and hold a full driving licence.
Apply in confidence to Samantha Holliday, HR Co-ordinator on firstname.lastname@example.org
Hours - 37.5 hours per week with flexibility on occasion for site visits.
Our successful planning and rural teams are looking to expand by appointing an Ecologist, or Senior Ecologist, to work alongside our existing Surveyors, Planners and Architectural staff.
We are looking to appoint an MICEEM qualified Ecologist with at least 3 years’ experience to work between our Planning and Rural teams. The successful candidate is likely to have significant experience in conducting ecological surveys, preparing reports to support planning applications and enhancements opportunities to deliver various levels of biodiversity net gain.
You will need to be familiar with the Natural England Biodiversity Metric 4.0 and be able to identify the optimum enhancement measures for sites, such as agricultural land where there are significant biodiversity opportunities which can be used to offset the impact of developments which cannot deliver a net gain on site.
For a full job description and to apply in confidence, please contact Samantha Holliday, HR Co-ordinator on email@example.com