Building Surveyors are responsible for carrying out building inspections, issuing notices, assisting with regulatory requirements, and providing technical building advice so compliance is achieved on-site.
The average salary of a Building Surveyor is $97,307 per annum.
As a Building Surveyor, it will also be your responsibility to liaise with stakeholders and assist with any issues relating to building and planning matters.
Projection: 10% more Building Surveyors employed in Australia in 2020 (compared to November 2015)
The top three regions for employment as a Building Surveyor are:
Learn everything you'll need to know to work as a Building Surveyor, including building regulations, codes, and design principles.
As builder licensing varies across Australia, you might need additional requirements on top of this qualification in some states. A SEEK Learning Consultant will be able to assist with any questions you have about meeting the licensing requirements in your state.