Apprenticeships

Gerald Eve believe Apprentices are great for business and we’re pleased to offer full-time Apprenticeships across the firm for entry level individuals looking for a career in administration or surveying. It’s a great opportunity attract high quality candidates whom we can offer both on and off the job support to, leading you to a professional qualification.

We look for positive and proactive apprentices with good organisational skills, proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, strong communications skills and most importantly a can-do attitude and a desire to learn.

An Apprenticeship requires a commitment from both you as an individual and from the firm, since depending on the Apprenticeship, it may take anywhere between 1 and 5 years.

Should we have any vacancies, applications can be made via the gov.uk website here.

Administration Apprenticeships

Gerald Eve look for motivated and organised individuals to join the team and work towards their Business Administration NVQ Level 2.  As an Admin Apprentice in the firm, your tasks will include anything from:

  • Creating and updating documents
  • Updating relevant databases
  • Completing photocopying, printing, scanning and binding
  • Carrying out filing for team members, including archiving and retrieving archived files
  • Copying CDs and scanning work to the department’s computer drive
  • Assisting the Department Administrator with any general administrative duties

Level 3 RICS Surveying Apprenticeships (2 years)

Gerald Eve offer individuals the opportunity to achieve a Surveying Technician qualification, the equivalent of A Levels, via the University College of Estate Management (UCEM) and supported by the Chartered Surveyors Training Trust (CSTT). Over the course of the Apprenticeship, you will develop your technical, interpersonal and behavioural skills, as well as gain new knowledge and competence towards becoming a surveying technician.

You will be assessed through your portfolio of coursework evidence, which includes RICS Associate Assessment. You may then even endeavour to further your education and continue on to a Level 6 chartered surveyor degree. In order to achieve a successful outcome, you will get one day per week off to do your coursework and attend 1 workshop per month with UCEM.

The entry requirement for the Level 3 Apprenticeship will typically be five GCSEs (at grade C / grade 4 or higher, including Maths and English) or an equivalent recognised qualification.

Level 6 RICS Chartered Surveyor Apprenticeship (4-5 years)

Similarly to the Level 3 RICS Apprenticeship, the Level 6 RICS Apprenticeship is also offered via the University College of Estate Management (UCEM) and supported by the Chartered Surveyors Training Trust (CSTT).

Within 5 years from leaving school, successful candidates will be fully chartered surveyors. This Apprenticeship will award you with an RICS accredited BSc (Hons) Real Estate Management degree. The degree is taught via online study with occasional one day classroom based workshops.

Your work will be assessed via a variety of methods from essays, reports, tests, exams and work bases assessments. The end point assessment will include RICS Assessment of Professional Competence (APC), providing you with a MRICS Chartered Surveyor status.

The entry requirement for the Level 6 Apprenticeship will typically be A Levels (96 UCAS tariff points) or an Extended Level 3 BTEC in Construction or property related discipline.