The role: BSRIA provides a nationwide service for compliance across the UK with airtightness (Part L or Section 6), sound insulation (Part E or Section 5) and ventilation (Part F) testing and consultancy. Our range of services to help constructors and designers comply with Building Regulations, and ensure buildings are completed to design requirements. As a member of ATTMA, BSRIA is UKAS accredited to test to CIBSE TM23, BS EN 13829, and ATTMA TSL1 and TSL2. This job relates to a vacancy within our Compliance Department. To be successful, candidates must live in East Scotland.
For the right person this position will provide an interesting and satisfying opportunity to work with a range of developers on some of the UK’s most prestigious projects, providing them with a quality testing service, as per the requirements of Part E, F and L of the Building Regulations.
The engineer will have the primary responsibility for testing new buildings using specialist equipment and reporting software. This role requires the postholder to have a clean driving licence.
As a Compliance Engineer your main duties will be:Conducting sound insulation testing in accordance with Building Regulations Part E, Code for Sustainable Homes, BB93, section 5 of Scottish Building Standards
Conducting airtightness tests in accordance with Building Regulations Part L, Section 6 of Scottish Building Standards and client specified standards
Conducting ventilation performance tests in accordance with Building Regulations Part F
Conducting related consultancy services as required
Liaising with site management
Results analysis and producing findings in accordance with the Company reporting procedures
Prepare all the necessary reports for the line manager
Presentation of findings to clients
Conduct daily routine checks of the equipment and vehicle to ensure that the equipment/vehicle is in good working condition
Report any faults/ repairs requirements to the line manager
Operate in adherence with the Corporate and applicable Client policies, procedures and rules
Completion of administrative duties to required timescales
To be successful in this role you will possess the following Skills and Knowledge:
Knowledge of UK Building Regulations
DAT course certificate
External ventilation testing and commissioning course certificate
Clean driving licence
Knowledge of the Company reporting procedures
Knowledge of the Company policies
Sound understanding of Health & Safety Regulations
Excellent organisational and planning skills
Time management skills
Confident and assertive communicator with ability to positively influence and persuade
Ability to work unsupervised
Analytical mindset with ability to understand, interpret and apply regulations, standards and procedures
Customer focus with the aim to deliver excellent service
Problem solving and decision making skills
Collaborative team player with dynamic and flexible
COVID-19 considerations: Due to Covid we are currently using mixed approach for interviews. Interviews will be held online or face to face, where suitable. We operate as a Covid secured workplace and adhere to government guidelines.