LSL Property Services plc

Consultant/ZH Residential Surveyor - Stoke

Advertised Salary
Competitive Fee Split
Position Type
Zero Hours

Job Locations

UK-Stoke on Trent

Job Profile

Trading since 1989, e.surv Chartered Surveyors is the UK's number one residential surveying firm and the largest provider of property risk expertise and residential surveying services. We employ over 600 surveyors nationwide and complete more than one property inspection every 12 seconds.


We're part of the LSL Property Services PLC Group, which includes household names Your Move and Reeds Rains, as well as the mortgage network PRIMIS. We work with lenders, intermediaries, social housing entities and estate agents in addition to private customers.


We are seeking additional Zero Hours and Consultant Residential Surveyors  to support the growing volume of Mortgage Valuation work that the UK’s leading lenders rely on e.surv to complete. Because of our size and the large network of lenders that we service, we’re able to offer the most concise postcode coverage available amongst any of the corporate brands, which means less travel time between surveys and more time available to complete the day job.  


Because work/life balance and flexibility is an important part of our approach, we welcome applications from surveyors interested in opportunities on a Consultancy or Flexible Hours agreement. We can offer an excellent fee split for those interested in working on a ZH or Consultancy basis.

Apply now.


To submit your details, or for a confidential chat about life at e.surv, please contact Mike 07767100622 or Loren 07800705566 in our Recruitment Team for a confidential discussion.


Our team are also available out of hours on 07794 392858.


LSL Property Services are dedicated to protecting your data – our Recruitment Privacy Notice can be viewed HERE


PRE EMPLOYMENT SCREENING - All of our employees have to pass a Criminal Records Disclosure and Credit Referencing Process in order to work with our lender clients, if you are unsure on this, ask the team and we'll be happy to explain the process.




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