When is the latest I can apply for a commercial position?

Applications for our 2018 intake will close on Friday 15 December 2017.

When is the latest I can apply for a planning and development role?

Applications for our 2018 intake will close on 15 December 2017.

Where will I be located?

The majority of our graduate positions are based in London although opportunities do arise in our regional offices. You need to let us know in your application if you’d prefer a non-London location. You’ll be based at your main office during most of your training period, although you will also be travelling around the country to see clients and their properties.

When will I start work?

If Gerald Eve works out as the place for you, you should plan any summer work or holidays around joining us at the end of September 2018.

Are any work placements available?

Different offices and departments offer holiday work and industrial placements from time to time. We suggest you send us your CV and covering letter, indicating what you’re looking for, when, where and for how long, and we will see what is available and try and match you to it.

Do I have to have a property-related degree to join as a graduate trainee?

No, we accept applications from candidates without an RICS or RTPI accredited degree, but who are interested in becoming a qualified surveyor or planner. You will need to specify that you hold a non-cognate degree as part of the application process.

Further details of courses can be found on the RICS website (www.rics.org.uk ) or RTPI website (www.rtpi.org.uk).

How long does the application process take?

We’ll acknowledge your application within seven days of receiving it. We’ll then review it in detail and let you know after the closing date whether you have been successful in getting to the assessment day. Our assessment days will be held during January/February.

How can I find out more?

Please email Jemma Freer, our HR assistant. Please also include a daytime telephone number and we will respond to you as soon as we can.