Post A Job
Post A Job
SCSI's Job Board Notice Postings
Get your job posted
Thank you for your interest in posting a job vacancy on the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland’s website. Our jobs board is promoted via our newsletters and on social media.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The SCSI will post such vacancies to over 4,000 professional members and trainees that are active contacts. Last year, the SCSI's job vacancy pages received over 100k unique page visits.
What you'll need
You will need to provide the following information on the completion of your purchase.
- Job Title (NB – Please see Memo below on Quantity/Building Surveyor Roles)
- Type of Surveyor (e.g. Valuation/Residential/Project Management etc.
- Job Description
- Job Requirements
- Contact details for applicants to reply. The Society reserves the right to refuse posting jobs, in such cases a full refund will be provided.
The administrative fee for posting is as follows: €100 per post for SCSI Members (single or multi-listing); €300 per post of a single listing for non-members; €500 for multi-listings within a single posting (various jobs advertised in a single post). A posting is active for 1 month. All new job postings will go live every Friday at noon.
EXPLANATORY MEMO – STATUTORY REGISTRATION OF BUILDING SURVEYORS & QUANTITY SURVEYORS
The professional titles - Building Surveyor and Quantity Surveyor - are protected under the Building Control Act 2007. Only those persons who are registered can use the title in connection with their professional work or role. The Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland (SCSI) is the Registration Body for the purposes of the Act and to whom applications for registration can be submitted. It is not a prerequisite to being a member of SCSI to be registered. Successful registrants can opt to also become Associate Members. The Act prohibits the use of the titles, either alone or in combination with any other words or letters, or name, title or description, implying that the person is so registered (examples include graduate, trainee, chartered etc.). If you are advertising a Building Surveyor or Quantity Surveyor role and intend the title to be (all or part of) the employee’s work title, you must include a provision that the candidate is either registered or is eligible to be registered under the provisions of the Act. Please be aware that any use of the titles is not permitted until registration has been successfully achieved. If you need further assistance or information regarding the use of titles of “Building Surveyor” or “Quantity Surveyor”, please contact email@example.com or 01-6445502