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Savills Cirencester appoints graduate surveyor to team

Savills has reinforced commitment to its graduate programme by appointing graduate surveyor Georgie Mason to its rural management team in Cirencester.

Since 2007, Savills has welcomed over 700 graduates to its national programme and in 2020 won the Times Graduate Employer of Choice for Real Estate for the 14th consecutive year.

After graduating from Harper Adams University with a 2:1 in BSc (Hons) Wildlife Conservation with Natural Resource Management, Georgie enrolled in MSc Rural Estate Management at the Royal Agricultural University. Georgie is assisting with the management of rural estates for a range of clients with the aim of sitting her assessment of professional competence to become a chartered surveyor in 2022.

Emily Hartnell, director at Savills Cirencester, said: "We're committed to developing young talent through our graduate programme at Savills and are delighted to be welcoming Georgie to the office. Georgie will work with our experienced teams to develop her skills and knowledge as she progresses in the role and builds her career at Savills."

Noel McGonigle, Savills Human Resources Director UK, says: "Savills is proud to have maintained all of its 104 graduate and sandwich placement offers for 2020 across the UK business, which is testament to the commitment and value that we put on our programme.

"In 2019, Savills recruited 127 graduates and sandwich placement students across the UK, so 2020 sees a slight reduction in numbers, however demand for graduates remains strong and we are continuing to recruit onto the programme outside of the central recruitment round.

"In light of Covid-19, the business has continued to adapt and our graduate programme induction this year will be a virtual learning programme, which will be interactive throughout to ensure our graduates are on-boarded into Savills effectively throughout these circumstances."

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