To meet our ambitious vision for the Duchy of Cornwall, we know that we need a team of high quality, committed and innovative employees, who in turn we will develop, support, motivate and reward, enabling them to grow and excel in their roles. We aim to recruit the very best staff with a mix of backgrounds, skills & experiences and have an ambition to be an excellent place to work.
If you are interested in joining us, please see our current vacancies below:
An exciting opportunity has arisen within the Western District team of the Duchy of Cornwall Estate for a Rural Estate Surveyor to assist the Deputy Land Steward (Devon). The role involves providing day to day management of the Duchy’s diverse Estates in Devon comprising 27,300 hectares on Dartmoor and 1,200 hectares in Mid Devon.
The Estates also include the Dart, Salcombe / Kingsbridge and Avon estuaries in South Devon.
The Estate office is at Princetown and this office forms part of the Duchy’s Western District.
Working as part of a dedicated small team responsible for the management of a broad range of Estate work in Devon, the role will include: managing upland, lowland and marine estates including rent reviews, sales, lettings and general property maintenance and delivering a number of community initiatives. The delivery of these initiatives will require the successful candidate to, on occasion, work out of normal office hours to attend meetings.
You will be a Member of the Rural Practice Division of the RICS. You will have at least two year’s post RICS qualification experience and hold a relevant degree.
For further information please see the attached job description here. To apply, please submit your CV to
Closing date is 31st July 2019.
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