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Construction Recruitment Derry, County Derry
Apr 23, 2021
Full time
Construction Administrator Ref. VAC-12713 Derry Perm. Contract FT Hours Salary DOE We are now recruiting for/on behalf of a leading property development firm who has grown over the years to become one of the leaders in their sector. They are now offering a highly experienced Construction Administrator the opportunity to join an expanding construction and development team. This is a high-level administration role where previous experience and knowledge in construction is crucial, in order to positively support the Construction Director and the wider team by: -Working co-operatively as part of a team to provide effective and efficient administrative support -Proactively liaising with colleagues to provide consistent services -Developing detailed knowledge, skills and expertise within our business The ideal candidate will support all internal and external stakeholders of the business by handling a variety of tasks, ensuring that all interactions between the business and others are positive and productive, ensuring that all tasks are completed accurately with a high quality and in a timely manner. Key Accountabilities -Ensuring accuracy, confidentiality and security of all data through: -Providing accurate, timely and detailed administrative support to Construction Team -Processing and responding promptly to incoming communications and distributing information as necessary -Collecting, processing and inputting data into the company’s information management systems and databases -Monthly co-ordination of expenses for Construction Team staff -Weekly co-ordination of timesheets for Construction Team operatives -Manage approval and tracking of sub-contract orders and other commercial documentation -Co-ordinate approval & submission of invoices -Maintaining emails, diaries, appointment systems, travel, scheduling and arranging meetings -Organising transport, travel and accommodation plans, as required -Ensure key information is up to date for all staff throughout the business -Update all records on staff and site contact details as and when required -Order materials as required -Monitor construction platforms BIM 360/Dropbox for current join issues and uploads -Undertaking general clerical and administrative tasks to support the service as required Essential Experience -Demonstrable administrative experience in the construction industry of at least 5 years -In-depth knowledge of construction industry -Administrative experience within a busy office environment, including minute-taking -Proven customer service experience -Excellent IT skills, including typing skills and proficiency in MS Office and Google Drive, particularly Excel projects desirable Job Related Skills Ability to work confidently on own initiative, and competently as part of a team Ability to organise and prioritise workloads, with a strong attention to detail Ability to use initiative, flexibility and adapt within a quickly changing environment Excellent organisational and interpersonal skills Excellent verbal and written communication skills Good attention to detail Proactive approach Strong decision-making ability Required skills Administrative   Construction   Construction Industry   Document Management   General Admin  
Construction Recruitment Leicester , Leicestershire
Nov 30, 2020
Full time
Utility Surveyor - Leicester - East Midlands £25,000 - £32,000 + Benefits 'Join a market leader and progress with your career!' A Fantastic opportunity to join a leading consultancy who due to growth are looking for a Utility Surveyor to join their growing team in the East Midlands. Key Duties of a Utility Surveyor includes: Delivering projects to the survey brief Management of utility mapping projects, from quotation to delivery stage Attending client and site meetings Carrying out buried service and utility mapping surveys in line with industry guidelines Undertaking internal and external training Experience Required: 2 years' experience as a Utility Surveyor Good knowledge of the PAS128 standard for utilities mapping Experience using EML and GPR equipment Ideally a relevant industry qualification in this field Full UK Driving License On offer for the chosen Utility Surveyor is a full benefits package including company vehicle, and most importantly the opportunity to progress through the organisation.
Construction Recruitment Northamptonshire
Nov 30, 2020
Full time
About The Role As a Maintenance Operative here, Kindness will be at the core of everything you do. It touches upon every aspect of our Dementia, Nursing, Residential and Specialist care homes. Every single person who works here understands that our residents are people just like them with their own stories to tell. And, by joining us, you’ll have a wonderful opportunity to give something back to those people. About You For you, that will mean making sure our residents live in a place that’s proactively inspected and brilliantly maintained at all times. You’ll carry out audits and make sure records are kept up-to-date. And, whether you’re replacing a tap or mixer valve, fitting a new extractor fan, repairing the timber on a bedroom window or putting up new wallpaper in the dining room, you’ll do so with a sense of kindness above anything else. We’re looking for someone with solid experience in maintenance, building, DIY, cleaning and housekeeping. You’ll also need technical knowledge of mechanical and electrical systems, as well as ideally some IT skills. And, whenever you communicate with a resident or co-worker, you’ll be truly considerate and kind.  
Construction Recruitment St. Asaph , Clwyd
Nov 27, 2020
Full time
As a quantity surveyor for this leading employer you will have a minimum of two years residential experience and have previously worked on new build developments. Your role and responsibilities will include; Managing small to large value contracts within social housing / public sector. Carry out cost appraisals/ procurement of new sub-contracts relating to modular timber frame construction. Value engineer costs to maximise margins. Prepare applications for payment. Prepare cash flow forecasts & commercial viability reports. This client is looking for a quantity surveyor who can take the lead role in the contract administration, a confident individual who is comfortable challenging contractors to ensure value of money is achieved and maintained throughout the projects, using your initiative you will ensure a high quality of service is achieved resulting in high levels of customer satisfaction. The ideal candidate for this role will possess the following skills and experience; Previous construction experience Experience delivering projects adopting JCT and NEC Forms of contract. Previous experience of manipulating data and evaluation of costs against Schedules or Rates Advanced Problem-Solving Capabilities This excellent employer is really making a stamp on the North Wales coastline and offers a fantastic working environment for the right individual. Your package would include a salary of up to £40,000 per annum, holiday entitlement of 23 days plus bank holidays, flexi time / time off in lieu as well as training and development opportunity's.
Construction Recruitment Boston Manor , Middlesex
Nov 27, 2020
Full time
duties of the position include: Managing the residential development taking full responsibility for onsite staff Recruit and train team members as required Set and manage a significant budget with multiple schedules Oversee contractors onsite, ensuring compliance with health and safety at all times Build strong relationships with the residents and stakeholders Respond to issues, accordingly, resolving efficiently This position will suit someone who enjoys being out and about across the development and engaging with the residents. It is an impressive site and a positive working environment. There is a full estate team to delegate to, meaning that you can focus on senior matters. You will be supported fully by the managing agent with dedicated reports. I am looking for someone with the following skillset/experience: Experience of managing major works Technically minded Able to lead front of house teams in best practice Communication skills on all platforms AIRPM / MIRPM qualified
Construction Recruitment Croydon , Surrey
Nov 26, 2020
Full time
The Logistics Manager role: The logistics manager will be required to manage the movement of people, goods and equipment throughout the site in order to ensure organisational effectiveness, efficiency and safety in both the pre-construction and construction phases of the project. Assist the Project Team in the coordination of associated trade contractors, which include all logistics and works activities ensuring that consideration is given to the neighbouring / local community Attend daily “Black Hat” briefings for the coordination of Trade Contractors and Sub-contractors Create a schedule of logistics meetings and ensure logistics are represented at site meetings Ensure components / equipment are delivered to site in line with the construction programme taking into account any changes on site i.e. design changes or delays Specifying and managing plant and equipment Maintain an asset register of equipment Mewps and lifting equipment. Your profile: A proven track record of delivery within a construction management or logistics function that has led to performance improvement e.g. cost reduction, process/service enhancements, innovation Personal commitment to promoting a sustainable approach to logistic procurement and supply chain development Capacity to deal with complex logistics issues, and to implement logistics and supply chain vision, strategy and priorities Site Management Safety Training Scheme SMSTS Rewards We're ready to invest in you and your future, and offer wide-ranging, performance-related progression opportunities. Our competitive rewards packages feature flexible benefits to fit your lifestyle and priorities.
Construction Recruitment London , South East England
Nov 26, 2020
Full time
Our client is seeking a reliable candidate with maintenance and repairs experience to join them on a temporary basis until further notice. Core working week is Monday to Friday 8.00am - 4.00pm, 37.5 hours per week. You will need to be flexible to work at both the Dartford and Greenwich site and will therefore need your own transport. If you do not already possess a valid (within the last 3 years) enhanced DBS check you will need to complete a risk assessment on day 1 of the booking. The DBS process will also begin immediately and will be paid for by the candidate. Experience required: Knowledge and understanding of H&S and risk assessments Trades or handyman experience Technical handyman skills including painting, electrical, plumbing, carpentry, grounds work and general building work Basic PC skills Daily duties: To manage day to day workload and ensure high standards of work quality and customer satisfaction within set timeframes using the department's management tools Responsible for the health & safety of any task being carried out and to make sure that the plant, equipment, or machinery is compliant with all legislation To liaise with external contractors, suppliers, staff and customers as required, to carry out any maintenance tasks Provide core maintenance service for the Association, including planned projects, reactive maintenance, cyclical and preventative repairs, administration and any ad-hoc tasks as required Tasks to cover a wide range of technical and handyperson skills, including painting, electrical, plumbing, carpentry, grounds work and general building work and other duties as appropriate, dependent upon skills and qualifications required to achieve the task Responsible for site plant and equipment maintenance Any administration duties as required by your Line Manager Any other reasonable duties as required by your line manager Hourly pay rate is £12.00.
Construction Recruitment Cambridge , Cambridgeshire
Nov 25, 2020
Full time
We are looking to recruit a Facilities Manager for our client a professional services business based in Cambridgeshire. You will play an integral role in the development of the facilities management offering of the business as they seek to grow their portfolio of national clients. You will support the business development team in a role of subject matter expert on all bids and take responsibility for the full lifecycle of FM service delivery. As the Facilities Manager you will be responsible for the facilities management,  where you will be expected to grow and manage a team of professionals with a focus on service excellence. As the team grows you will co-ordinate the production of performance reports, analysis of the results and appropriate action to ensure continuous improvement and present all reports to the Head of Department. Reporting to the Head of Facilities Management, the role is to ensure that the estate is maintained and managed to ensure compliance and a high standard of service, with a focus on value for money at all times. Main duties and key responsibilities Overall responsibility for each building’s fabric and facilities Maintaining statutory compliance Production of annual service charge budgets Management of spend against budget (with variance reporting) Procurement of planned and reactive contractors Contract management Performance evaluation of service providers Regular inspections Evaluation of facilities Planning, implementing & monitoring standards Liaison with tenants Insurance claims Project Management Auditing health, safety & welfare facilities & facilities services Trouble-shooting Oversight of jobs administered by the FM Helpdesk Skill & Experience NEBOSH Diploma preferred Relevant professional qualifications (e.g. IWFM/MRICS) Strong communication skills Strong customer service ethos Significant relevant Facilities Management experience including portfolio and budget responsibility Employee Benefits Competitive salary Company car or car allowance Company pension scheme Subsidised gym membership Perkbox (vouchers and discounts on shopping and entertainment) Cycle to work scheme This is an exciting opportunity to develop a career in a professional environment with a focus on quality of customer service and strong financial and legislative controls.
Construction Recruitment London , South East England
Nov 25, 2020
Full time
The Senior Project Manager needs to have good pre & post contract experience from working on a variety of Mixed Use, multi million pound schemes. The Senior Project Manager Role: Project focused role, working on a variety of build sector schemes. With a driven Senior Project Manager team already in place, it is the perfect working environment to hit the ground running. The Senior Project Manager Project Manager with Construction Consultancy experience Ideally MRICS or progressing through APC Diverse build sector experience In Return? £55,000 - £65,000 Pension Health care Bonus scheme Mobile Company phone Vouchers Laptop 6 month pay review
Construction Recruitment Birmingham , West Midlands
Nov 24, 2020
Full time
Consultant / Senior Consultant - Buildings Acoustic (Birmingham) This is a unique chance to join a start-up consultancy that has established itself successfully over the last 2 years. Specialising in noise, vibration and air quality, this consultancy continues to enhance it's reputation by supporting both public and private sector clients with a range of services across due diligence advice, feasibility studies, environmental statements and assessments. Affiliated with specialist civil engineering, development planning and transport planning consultants, this consultancies client portfolio continues to grow and boasts a strong order book of projects heading into 2021 and beyond. The business and it's partnerships, are well positioned to offer it's clients an integrated service as the UK begins to prioritise environmental targets and the green agenda. Due to continued growth through new client and projects wins, I am looking to recruit a Consultant or Senior Consultant with a specialist focus on Acoustics and Noise consulting. To be based in the West Midlands and within commutable distance of the Birmingham office, the ideal candidate will have: A relevant degree or post graduate qualification in Acoustics. The ideal candidate will be an Associate or full member of the Institute of Acoustics. 2-8+ years of consulting experience across the preparation of acoustic assessments for the planning of new and evolving residential and commercial buildings. Strong noise mapping, modelling (CadnaA) and Insul skills and abilities. An understanding of the specifications for mitigation measures. Experience of preparing information to address noise pertinent planning conditions. Project management experience and the ability to work in multi-disciplinary teams. An understanding of the commercial side of consulting, with the ability to assist with project scoping and pricing.
Construction Recruitment Halifax , West Yorkshire
Nov 24, 2020
Full time
Multi Trade Carpenter or Plumber - Social Housing Repairs (Permanent) Halifax - Surrounding area £27,000 to £28,000 company van + fuel card Multi Trade Experience - Carpenter  - You will be responsible for all aspects of carpentry including kitchen repairs, bathroom repairs, bathroom and kitchens installs etc. Multi Trade Experience  - You will also be confident in carrying out additional trades such as minor Plumbing, minor Brickwork, Patch Plastering, roofing and Tiling. Multi Trade Additional Requirements NVQ Qualified/City and Guilds Qualified (Level 2 minimum) Valid Clean UK Driving Licence Current valid DBS Check or be willing to undertake as required Experience working within tenanted properties Familiar with PDA usage Clean, presentable, and must be eligible to work in the UK (with proof) Looking for someone based in the Halifax area Client information You will be working for a modern, forward thinking business; that believe the strengths, skills and personalities of their people are the key to the group's success. This is a full-time permanent role starting in December 2020 that comes with a van, fuel card and benefits.
Construction Recruitment London
Nov 23, 2020
Full time
Our client are a highly successful asset management business and they has been engaged to execute asset management for a UK based residential portfolio. An exciting opportunity has arisen for an energetic, proactive individual to assist their Technical team with the asset management, contract administration and procurement process, carrying out targeted asset value enhancement strategies. The role is a hands on and strategic role that will include the following responsibilities: Client briefing and build relationships with contractors Maintain the contractor database and conduct surveys Prepare and manage the tender including preparation of specifications in collaboration with the architects Post tender negotiations Administer the terms of building contract during the progress of works. Manage communication and issue of contractual letters to clients and contractors Monitor, report and manage cost control of works progress Post contract liaison with clients and design team Prepare and submission of interim/final valuations Manage and value variations Agreement, preparation and submission of final accounts Hand over and management of defects liability period. Key Requirements: Minimum 2:1 Undergraduate or Postgraduate degree in real estate or related field (Real Estate Management, Planning, Building Surveying), or relevant real estate experience 3 years qualified Very good working knowledge of forms of contract currently used within the Building and Civil Engineering industry Very good working knowledge of standard forms of measurement Excellent Microsoft Office skills (Excel, Powerpoint, Word and Outlook) Excellent verbal and written English skills Well-developed communication skills
Construction Recruitment West London
Nov 23, 2020
Full time
Main duties Job Specific (Business Development) Schedule, co-ordinate and supervise the daily activities of site operatives Ensuring the work is being done to specifications, on time and within budget. Carry out and record site inspections Ensure all works are carried out in line with approved method statements Conduct toolbox talks/briefings Keeping line managers informed of issues on site Ensure gangs/site operatives complete all required documentation Track and document daily work productions Co-ordinate delivery/pick up of materials as required. Auditing/Monitoring /Inspection Monitoring and tracking of site progress where necessary to support the delivery teams and the Head of construction. Back-Up and Support Provide back up to the Head of Construction as required. Provide back up, support and business/statutory advice to administrative departments as required. Documentation Ensure that all relevant business and site documentation are completed accurately and/or revised to ensure quality levels are maintained to the required standard. Meetings To attend as required; Site Meetings Administration and general Staff meetings. Systems Development Provide input to support the development of new systems and improve existing systems. Time Management Plan and prioritise own work schedules to ensure allocated tasks and responsibilities are implemented and actioned within agreed/ required timescales. Training Recognise own training requirements and bring them to the attention of your line manager. Attend training courses as agreed in the PT&DP. Person Specification Professional approach to work and colleagues Strong management skills Well developed management interpersonal communication skills Able to work with minimal supervision and use own initiative Able to work well under pressure Ability to multi-task whilst keeping organised Well groomed, articulate Flexible Minimum 5 years experience and ideally from hi end residential back ground in projects of >£750k Certificate of Higher Education (Required) Language English (required) Location: West London, (Preferred) Driver’s License (Preferred) Health and Safety responsibilities Follow company policies and procedures at all times; Report any apparent deficiencies in systems of work or equipment provided that may result in failure of service delivery or risk to health and safety or the environment; Use all work equipment and personal PPE properly and in accordance with training received; Report any issues or training needs to your Line manager and /or via incident reporting system; What  our client can offer you A fun and enthustic working environment Competitive salary with confidence of working for an established and growing company Pension Scheme Possible career growth for the right candidate An opportunity to work on some of the most exciting projects A stimulating & dynamic environment Excellent training programme Team bonding events
Construction Recruitment Norwich , Norfolk
Nov 21, 2020
Full time
You will have responsibility of leading a team in growing the company portfolio, working as head of department alongside other senior managers. Development and implementation of lettings-related strategies and processes across the organisation, responsible for end to end management of all residential lettings activities across the business.  Responsible for data analysis and reporting, setting dept, team and individual objectives. Effective leadership Undertake lettings valuations of properties to achieve a high conversion rate in bringing new landlords and properties to market Dealing directly with customers, solving issues and maintaining excellent service standards Providing advice to clients as an expert in the market Contributing to marketing ideas and campaigns Ensuring staff are meeting company standards and updating accurate information Developing and delivering growth of the lettings portfolio and managed properties, meeting agreed sales targets and objectives Carry out property inspections and producing reports (full specification available) Minimum of 5 years industry knowledge and experience within lettings and management role. Property qualification, ARLA or similar industry related such as RICS or IRPM. Self-motivated with proven experience meeting and exceeding targets Presentable individual with fantastic communication skills and client service standards UK driving licence is essential.  Salary between £40,000 - £48,000 dependant on experience, plus company benefits