An alternative route towards a career in Surveying

At Graham + Sibbald we understand that University is not for everyone, and we have therefore developed a Graduate Apprenticeship Programme as an alternative route towards a career in Surveying. The Graduate Apprenticeship programme is also suitable for those that want a career change. There’s no upper age limit on our Graduate Apprenticeship and it offers opportunities for those in the workplace who are looking for a fresh challenge, better prospects or change in career direction.

Our programme, for which we recruit annually from January to April, combines work experience with study towards professional qualification without the expense of funding higher education. A relevant University degree will be attained either via block day release to a University or online via the University College of Estate Management (UCEM).

  • Learn on the job

  • Build knowledge and skills

  • Opportunity to become Chartered within five years

  • Gain University and Professional qualifications

  • Earn money while you learn

“Since joining G+S from school, I am gaining experience while also studying. I shadow the more experienced surveyors, which provides me with on-the-job training. By going down this route, you will gain knowledge of the job and be able to apply this to your studies. Within G+S everyone is friendly and is willing to give you a helping hand.” Steven (Trainee Surveyor)

Our Offices

We have 14 Offices across Scotland, having a presence in Aberdeen, Ayr, Dundee, Edinburgh, Falkirk, Glasgow, Hamilton, Inverness, Kilmarnock, Kirkcaldy, Paisley, Perth, Stirling & St Andrews.

You can choose to apply to whichever office is most convenient to you. We have a total compliment of over 200 employees which creates a unique blend of local experience, combined with national expertise.

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Want to apply?

Please download our Application for Employment below.

Once you have completed your application form please send it to careers@g-s.co.uk

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