Facilities Surveyor

Also known as a “Facilities Manager” or "Property Manager"

Facilities Managers are responsible for the operation and maintenance of building systems and services this can be in both residential and commercial properties.

A Facilities Manager will oversee the building and grounds maintenance, ensuring all health and safety responsibilities are met. They will also oversee the collection of monies (rent/service charge) for the client/landlord.

Key aspects of the role:

  • Procurement and contract management
  • Project manage, supervise, and coordinate the work of contractors
  • Ensure buildings meet health and safety requirements
  • Manage the relationship between tenant and landlord

Beneficial skills & interests in this role:

  • Communication skills
  • Negotiation skills
  • Ability to multitask and prioritise your workload
  • Time management skills

How much can I earn?

Depending on where in the UK you decide to work, your salary will be higher or lower. Check out our salary map to see what you could earn.

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London Facilities Surveyor salaries*
Apprentice (L6):£17,800
Graduate:£27,000
Newly qualified:£34,000
Partner / Director:£75,000
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London Facilities Surveyor salaries*
Apprentice (L6):£17,800
Graduate:£27,000
Newly qualified:£34,000
Partner / Director:£75,000

* Salaries are an estimate and may vary

Career paths into this role

  • Apprentice route
    You could qualify as an Agency Surveyor whilst working in a supporting role. You study alongside your practical experience (Page coming soon!)

  • Graduate route
    You’ll need an RTPI (Royal Town Planning Institute) accredited undergraduate or postgraduate degree. You’ll usually need 5 GCSEs (9-4) and 3 A Levels to get onto a degree course, but you might be able to use other qualifications (Page coming soon!)

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