Your new company
My client is a leading multi-disciplinary construction and property consultancy. They provide a range of consultancy services that include building & quantity surveying, project management, architecture & master planning, civil & structural engineering, mechanical & electrical engineering, sustainability, and health & safety.
This company have a strong client base and repeat work, but also focus on new business as well to ensure they have consistent fees coming through the office, this is confirmed with a recent large project win with a large public sector body.
As the Building Surveyor, you will be working on refurbishment and new build projects for public and private clients across residential, commercial and education. This will include briefing Clients, design, co-ordinating consultants, specifying, cost advice, tendering, drafting contractual documents and contract administration.
Your new role
In the role of Building Surveyor you will be tasked and measured in the following; preparing tender documentation comprising schedule of work, producing CAD drawings/plans, overseeing tender procedures and evaluation of tenders, managing contracts and controlling expenditure within budget and time, carry out the duties of Principal Designer under the CDM Regulations 2015, undertake Building and Condition Surveys, carry out inspections of construction work, write specifications of work, carry out the duties of Contract Administrator, carry out the role of Surveyor under the Party Wall etc Act 1996 and undertake Property Title investigations.
What you'll need to succeed
In order to be considered for this role you will need to have the following; knowledge of Asbestos management duties, H&S legislation and CDM Regulations, experience in Management of Small to Medium sized projects, identifying building defects and preparing specifications, working knowledge of IT systems and software such as MS Project, Office, & AutoCAD and knowledge of the JCT forms of Contract. You will ideally be MRICS or close to taking your APC interview.
What you'll get in return
As part of the package for this role, you can expect a salary of up to £50k along with a 25 days holiday + bank holidays which goes up to 30 after time served, reimbursement for APC and professional examination costs, professional fees paid for, pension options and life assurance.
What you need to do now
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