Here at Aviva UK, we have an exciting opportunity for a chartered Surveyor to join our Group Property Division as Property Surveying Manager. You will be part of the Corporate Real Estate and Strategy team providing strategic support to local teams running c80 locations across 10 countries, so no two days will be the same.
The Group Property vision is 'to create a vibrant, inspiring and flexible workplace where our people can deliver for our customers’ - having the right property in the right location is a key enabler to the success of the Aviva Group. As Property Surveying Manager, you will be responsible for ensuring we have those properties and that the Aviva property estate is appropriately managed.
You will ensure that Aviva maximises the value of its property estate whilst aligning to business unit strategy and organisation requirements, working closely with our Real Estate supplier and Strategy Leads. You will lead as Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) for the real estate contract and act as lead advisor on all corporate real estate matters for Aviva.
This role will benefit from Aviva’s smart home working arrangements, so location is flexible - however, you will be required to travel to our offices in London, Perth and/or Norwich for meetings on occasion.
Duties and Responsibilities
Skills and Experience Required
What will I get for this role?
Working at Aviva
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