Graham + Sibbald are delighted to announce the success of Graduate Surveyor, Fallon Bennett, who recently completed a post-graduate degree in Real Estate Management and Investment and has graduated with Distinction.
Having joined Graham + Sibbald in May 2019, Fallon came onboard as part of the firms established Graduate Programme. Based in the Glasgow Property Management department, Fallon is responsible for a number of properties throughout Scotland with her key responsibilities including; proactive management of property services, administering service charge budgets, health and safety compliance and property inspections.
Fallon said; “I find myself very fortunate to have been able to work alongside my studies, especially within such a supportive and encouraging team. I’ve gained invaluable experience from working across various properties and portfolios and problem solving along the way. I’m very much looking forward to the next stage of my career with Graham + Sibbald and taking my studies further to become fully Chartered.”
Graham + Sibbald offer a range of career pathways to cater for a variety of study and lifestyle choices from their Graduate Apprenticeship Programme which offers full-time work alongside study, their Undergraduate Programme which consists of flexible degree placements, to their Graduate Programme which offers a structured training framework for graduates to allow them to take their education further.
Next steps for Fallon will be for her to continue her studies towards obtaining her APC which will allow her to become a fully qualified Chartered Surveyor. Graham + Sibbald have a number of RICS trained APC Assessors in-house who are able to support and guide all APC candidates within the business.
Property Management Partner, Claire Galbraith, commented; “As a business we are committed to the recruitment, support, development and retention of young people. Fallon has continually excelled in her coursework and her commitment and ambition has not gone unnoticed. She has worked extremely hard to balance full time work with distance learning studies, and we’re all very proud of her accomplishments.”