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Graduate Quantity Surveyor - Dublin

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Currie & Brown

1mo ago

💼 Graduate Job


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  • You need strong numeracy, communication skills, relationship-building ability, analytical thinking, and willingness to travel for the APC programme. Time management and commitment are key for progression to chartered surveyor.
  • You will manage projects, build relationships, and work towards chartered surveyor status. Your role is diverse and engaging, with unique challenges daily.

Graduate Job

Construction & SurveyingDublin


  • Currie & Brown has an immediate opportunity for a graduate quantity surveyor to join our Dublin office.
  • You will have the opportunity to get involved in a variety of projects including education, housing, private and public sector.


  • Strong numeracy skills
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills
  • Ability to foster relationships with professionals of all levels
  • Analytical approach to problem-solving
  • Willingness to travel (graduates will be expected to work on projects across various UK locations in order to gain breadth of experience, although the base location will remain constant)
  • Commitment to the company’s rigorous training programme
  • Well-organised, with the ability to prioritise tasks and manage time
  • Training and progression (APC programme):
  • We will provide training through our structured industry-leading RICS APC programme. With your commitment and our support, you’ll become a chartered surveyor in a minimum of two years (longer if a conversion course is required).
  • Attaining RICS accreditation is a standard requirement for Currie & Brown’s professional employees. The company seeks to produce high-calibre practitioners through its rigorous programme. Candidates will commit to ongoing studying and document preparation, while regular assessment ensures progress and identifies where further study or support is required.
  • The programme includes:
  • Self-study outside business hours
  • Bonus payment on completion of APC
  • Mentorship from an experienced colleague
  • Training sessions with an external APC coach
  • Quarterly assessments
  • Coaching in soft skills
  • Individual face-to-face and telephone support in the six months leading up to the final assessment
  • Post-APC programme development:
  • Once you gain chartership you can join a formal development programme designed to move the focus of learning into areas of commerciality, leadership and business development.

Education requirements


Area of Responsibilities

Construction & Surveying


  • Having full involvement in projects from the start; the role is varied and no two projects are the same
  • Managing relationships with clients, contractors and colleagues
  • Conducting individual study in your own time towards achieving chartered surveyor status


Work type

Full time

Work mode





  • Salary reviews twice a year
  • 25 days’ annual leave, increasing to 27 after five years with the company
  • Option to ‘buy’ more annual leave
  • Pension scheme membership, with a matched employer contribution of up to 5%
  • Company car allowance upon achieving chartership
  • Private healthcare scheme membership
  • Life insurance at twice your salary
  • Healthy living subsidy in the form of a taxable annual payment of £400 towards the cost of a sports club or gym
  • Professional membership subscription
  • An interest-free season ticket loan
  • Bike to work scheme
  • Opportunities to get involved with CSR activities
  • Social fund and social committee to support activities for all employees
  • ‘Congratulations’ payments when employees get married or enter into a civil partnership
  • Dress-down and early finish on Fridays