We have a Graduate Progression Programme (GPP) which manages people through the transition from education to becoming a chartered surveyor.
This programme has been influenced and developed with the valuable input of our younger generation who have recently been through this journey.
The GPP is a comprehensive and structured programme which starts when you join alinea and ends when you sit your final assessment. It is geared towards developing you as a professional and ensuring a smooth and successful APC journey, ultimately achieving chartership and becoming a professional surveyor.
The GPP is a key part of your progression and is supported by the following streams to aid your development:
active supervisor and councillor involvement ensuring a wide-ranging workload
alinea Forum – discussion group on key APC topics
extensive CPD programme
thorough Final Assessment preparation – mock interviews from in-house APC assessors.
The following video provides a personal account of what alinea has to offer:
If you are interested in starting the next phase of your professional journey with us, we are currently seeking applications for the following roles:
Graduate Surveyors (permanent)
Year out Surveyors (one year contract)
Summer Placements (6 weeks)
We are currently accepting applications for the above roles starting in summer 2020. The closing date for applications is 15th December 2019.
We have a healthy 2018/19 pipeline of projects and a clear plan to grow in a controlled fashion, being sure to recruit the best like-minded individuals in the industry. If you are one of those people, and are inspired by what our clients say about us (see link), please contact Sam Gartell at Sam.Gartell@alineaconsulting.com
We attended an Oxford Brookes construction career fair on Monday to advertise our graduate and placement opportunities for 2019/2020. It was good to meet students and offer advice to those looking to start a career in the construction industry.
Owen completed the Royal Parks Half Marathon. The stunning 13.1 mile route takes in the capital’s world-famous landmarks on closed roads, and four of London’s eight Royal Parks – Hyde Park, The Green Park, St James’s Park and Kensington Gardens. Owen raised just under £900 for Dementia UK.
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