Graduate Apprentice Valuergraduate Valuervaluersenior Valuer – ORK08209

Type: Apprentice
Region: Scotland


ORKNEY & SHETLAND VALUATION JOINT BOARDAssessors Office, 8 Broad Street, Kirkwall Graduate Apprentice Valuer/ Graduate Valuer/ Valuer/ Senior Valuer 35 hours per weekGraduate Apprentice Valuer: 30,954 – 33,053Graduate Valuer: 38,528 – 43,108Valuer: 45,444 – 51,138Senior Valuer: 51,850 – 56,467 (The above-noted salaries are inclusive of Distant Islands Allowance 2,742)

In partnership with Edinburgh Napier University and Skills Development Scotland; The Orkney and Shetland Valuation Joint Board are delighted to offer an exciting opportunity to develop a career in Non-Domestic and Council Tax Valuation. This Graduate Apprenticeship scheme supports individuals to study for an Honours Degree at university while in paid full-time employment. Graduate Apprentices attain an honours degree in 4 years, the same time as traditional full-time students. To train to become a Valuer with The Orkney and Shetland Valuation Joint Board, the Graduate Apprentice shall work within the Orkney office and learn all aspects of the service. The Graduate Apprentice shall be supported to complete a BSc (Hons) Construction and the Built Environment through block release study at Edinburgh Napier University.

The Graduate Apprentice Valuer post is open to those who have achieved four SQA Highers at BBCC (or equivalent); Modern Apprenticeship, or an HNC/HND in a related discipline.

The post of Valuer or Senior Valuer is open to applicants holding Chartered Surveyor (MRICS) status, while Graduate Valuer is open to those holding an accredited RICS degree.

This post requires Basic Disclosure Scotland Clearance.

Further information on the opportunities available from Robert Eunson, Assessor & Electoral Registration Officer, Tel. 01856 876222,

Closing Date: Sunday 26 May 2024

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