All Careers Advice

  • Master your non verbal communication for interview success
    Preparation is the key to a successful interview but along with researching the company and position, rehearsing your answers and making sure you are looking your best what else should you think about when going for an interview?
  • You’ve been through the recruitment interview process and landed your next job – now all you have to do is resign from your current one. But as with all things work related, there is etiquette to handing in your notice to ensure you leave in the most professional manner.
  • You’ve just had a meeting with your manager to tell them you are leaving for a new job, and whilst for some this can be a play to receive a better package, for the majority of people a counter offer can throw them off balance completely.
  • Finding your first job can be daunting but it really shouldn’t be. We recently spoke with Alex Moore, Rebecca Neville and Hazel Whittaker - Trusted Advisors at Macdonald & Company (RICS preferred recruitment partner) to discover how millennials should prepare for their first job in the property s...
  • Ian Worboys left Panattoni for the Czech Republic as CEO of Pinnacle Real Estate. He talks about his company’s plans and about life among the expat property community
  • This is the last but most critical portion of the APC process. The APC chairman of assessors and chair of DeLever breaks it down and looks at its simplest terms

  • The final meeting before the candidate goes forward for assessment is the last opportunity to formally record the final stages of the APC process. The RICS training adviser says it is important that the supervisor and counsellor maintain their commitment

  • The recession, growth prospects and subprime markets all affect finance and funding. Since property is often used to securitise loans, this competency is critical to the role of most chartered surveyors, says the RICS APC and ATC assessor

  • The DeLever managing director and APC chairman and assessor offers his tips on preparing for the final assessment

  • Mark Hoffman, the founder of Hoffman Partners shares his tips on how to get ahead in property

  • Interested in networking? The 1st Friday Club brings together young professionals in property to network, socialise and discuss the challenges of the day

  • Looking for a new career in property? Then meet the right people at networking events around the country in the real and from the comfort of your home in the virtual world.

  • Developer Gerald Ronson, 70, is having the time of his life: his book has been published, and his piece de resistance, the Heron Tower, is going up a floor a week

  • If you have been made redundant recently, you are not alone. We interviewed some newly free agents who share their strategies for survival

  • Entrepreneur Slade and top agent Gibbon share their views on the state of the market with up-and-coming industry professionals

  • Meet three dads and their daughters who have followed them into property

  • Two young entrepreneur discuss their start-up ventures and the risks attached (and the benefits gained) from going solo

  • Being late for an interview propelled Bill Hughes on to become head of Legal & General Property. He shares his career history and offers some valuable tips on how to succeed in the workforce

  • Ever wondered what it would be like to train and work as a facilities manager…

  • Ever wondered what it would be like to train and work as an agency surveyor…