Construction Recruitment

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Construction Recruitment Central London, London, UK
Nov 08, 2021
Permanent
Company Info With a vision to be identified as a trusted client advisor, our clients are national in reach, local in service and selected for their quality and expertise in the built environment. They are a leading, forward thinking multi-disciplinary consultancy in the business for over 80 years. They are a multi-award winning business that has retained its family culture and values where the health and wellbeing of their staff is taken seriously. They have a well-being initiative ‘Healthy Together’ and an active staff social club where you will get the opportunity to meet other colleagues for social and fun occasions and build friendships along the way.     Job Purpose   You will lead on Project co-ordination, contract administration and perform general Surveying duties across a range of projects and clients.   Hours:  35 Hours a week   Position summary   Key responsibilities for this role include but not are not limited to: Receiving Client instructions and agreeing fee proposals for various projects and professional surveying instructions in conjunction with group leaders. Surveying and reporting on both commercial and residential properties.   This includes building surveys, defect investigation reports, schedules of conditions and planned maintenance surveys. Dilapidations, including surveys, preparation of schedules and negotiating settlements. Party wall matters including advising Clients, serving Party Wall Notices, recording schedules of condition and agreeing and publishing awards. Acting as Lead Consultant for various refurbishment projects of both commercial and residential properties.  Includes briefing clients, design, coordinating consultants, local authority consultants, specifying, cost advice, tendering, drafting contractual documents ad contract administration. Acting as Project Manager, Project Co-ordinator or Employer’s Agent for commercial projects with varying degrees of involvement, including agreeing terms for consultant appointments, advising and preparing contractual documentation, cost advice and general coordination of project teams performance. Any other reasonable duties that may be relevant to this post. Candidate Requirements: Demonstrate good oral, written communication and personal presentation as the role is client facing and you will be required to give presentations, chair meetings and prepare professionally written reports to a high standard.  You will need to demonstrate your resilience as this position attracts a high volume of work and at times, can be a pressured environment. Be organised and prioritise own workload to meet tight deadlines. You will need to manage client expectations skilfully and bring solutions to challenging situations. Be able to work under own initiative and also as part of a team. The role will include an element of mentoring junior staff. You will be required to drive between sites so need to have access to own vehicle and a clean driving licence. Key Values Professional Integrity Technical Expertise Solution Focused Reliable Personal Service 
Construction Recruitment East Sussex, Surrey, South and South East London area
Nov 08, 2021
Permanent
Company Info With a vision to be identified as a trusted client advisor, our clients are national in reach, local in service and selected for their quality and expertise in the built environment. They are a leading, forward thinking multi-disciplinary consultancy in the business for over 80 years. They are a multi-award winning business that has retained its family culture and values where the health and wellbeing of their staff is taken seriously. They have a well-being initiative ‘Healthy Together’ and an active staff social club where you will get the opportunity to meet other colleagues for social and fun occasions and build friendships along the way.     Job Purpose   You will need to demonstrate an ability in undertaking inspections of building works in progress in new build residential sites, liaising with Building Contractors and preparing reports for Employer’s Agents and Project Management.  The work will involve undertaking regular inspections of residential new builds to monitor progress, verifying compliance with contractual drawings, warranty standards and employer’s requirements, identifying discrepancies, preparing written reports with supporting photographs on weekly intervals and organising snagging and end of defect inspections with the Client in attendance. You will also need to demonstrate experience in projects including a good understanding of passive fire safety.   Hours:  35 Hours a week   Position summary   Key responsibilities for this role include but not are not limited to: Keep yourself up to date with building regulations and compliance Verifying compliance with contractual drawings, warranty standards and employer’s requirements Good observation to be able to identify discrepancies and raise these appropriately Prepare written reports with supporting photographs to a high standard and submit in a timely way Organise snagging and end of defect inspections with the client Maintain a good client relationship throughout  Candidate Requirements: Preferably a member of ICWIC, or other designations such as CIOB, CABE, RICS, IFE Our client would be keen to help you working towards these Experience of writing professional reports to a high standard Must be able to demonstrate excellent up to date technical knowledge  Be able to organise and prioritise own workloads Good communicator both written and oral  Capable of working under their own initiative and as part of a group Able to work under pressure  Take a pride in your work and ensure it reflects our company image and expectations  Continue to learn and develop your knowledge ensuring it is relevant and up-to-date Key Values Professional Integrity Technical Expertise Solution Focused Reliable Personal Service 
Construction Recruitment Orpington (Hybrid Working)
Nov 08, 2021
Permanent
Company Info With a vision to be identified as a trusted client advisor, our clients are national in reach, local in service and selected for their quality and expertise in the built environment. They are a leading, forward thinking multi-disciplinary consultancy in the business for over 80 years. They are a multi-award winning business that has retained its family culture and values where the health and wellbeing of their staff is taken seriously. They have a well-being initiative ‘Healthy Together’ and an active staff social club where you will get the opportunity to meet other colleagues for social and fun occasions and build friendships along the way.     Job Purpose   This is an exciting opportunity for a Surveyor to diversify their skills in a sector that is becoming increasingly in demand.  We are currently looking for two full time Surveyors to join our clients small Fire Support Team in the fast-growing Fire Safety sector. You will have a desire to specialise in Fire Protection and will be willing to undertake further training in this area in order to progress your career.  Hours:  35 Hours a week   Position summary   Key responsibilities for this role include but not are not limited to: Site Inspections Information Gathering and Product Research Reporting to Partners Candidate Requirements: Have a background in construction or Building Control/NHBC or will be qualified in Building Surveying/Fire Engineering or another relevant construction related discipline to at least HNC level. Be willing to undertake further training and sit exams (fully funded). Demonstrate the ability to research issues and obtain information from Manufacturers/suppliers/British Standards etc. Hold a CSCS card or obtain one during the first 6 months of employment. Have a basic understanding of Building Regulations and Industry Standards Have an interest in technical detail. An understanding of contract administration and experience of document management systems would also be advantageous. Key Values Professional Integrity Technical Expertise Solution Focused Reliable Personal Service 
Construction Recruitment London Road, Orpington, Sevenoaks, UK
Nov 08, 2021
Permanent
Company Info With a vision to be identified as a trusted client advisor, our clients are national in reach, local in service and selected for their quality and expertise in the built environment. They are a leading, forward thinking multi-disciplinary consultancy in the business for over 80 years. They are a multi-award winning business that has retained its family culture and values where the health and wellbeing of their staff is taken seriously. They have a well-being initiative ‘Healthy Together’ and an active staff social club where you will get the opportunity to meet other colleagues for social and fun occasions and build friendships along the way.     Job Purpose We have an opportunity for a Partner - Civil/Structural Engineer; the successful candidate will be working within a busy group of Civil and Structural Engineers. The Partner should be professionally dedicated, innovative and enthusiastic with a flexible approach to work.  You will be reporting to the Partner in charge of the department (Group Leader) and will be involved in the group management, business development, mentoring of staff and be responsible for the timely and cost-effective delivery and management of projects. Interaction with Clients and other members of the Design Team will be a key undertaking of the position. The role will also include design of civil or structural elements where required. You should pay attention to detail and be adaptable, demonstrate good oral and written communication skills and have an organised, mature and professional attitude.  Hours:  35 Hours a week   Position summary   Key responsibilities for this role include but not are not limited to: Report to, and take direction from, the Group Leader in the Civil and Structural Engineering team.  Business Development and winning work.  Team Development and Client management.  Prepare design programmes for production deliverables.  Prepare formal technical proposals and fee bids.  Supervise and mentor Engineers and Technicians within the team.  Financial and resource management of projects.  Manage projects from inception to completion to ensure that deliverables are issued to programme, to the required quality standard and within the budget set by the Group Leader.  Assist in pursuing late payments by Clients.  Undertake survey inspections and produce written reports to a high standard. Prepare reports, general correspondence, etc. as required in connection with the running of projects.  Undertake scheme and detailed design as appropriate on individual projects, including preparation of detailed design calculations, checking drawings and other deliverables where required.  When required by the Group Leader, assist other members of the Team to complete tasks, particularly in relation to meeting project deadlines.  Liaise with other members of the design and construction team, representing the Civil and Structural Engineering Group.  Candidate Requirements: Essential  A Degree specifically in Civil or Structural Engineering.  Chartered Member or Fellow of Institution of Civil Engineers or Institution of Structural Engineers.  Experience of leading a Civil & Structural Engineering design team on projects with construction values in excess of £40M.  Proven leadership skills, including business development, client relationship management, technical leadership, team building and motivation.  Excellent communication skills including the ability to write compelling proposals and deliver engaging presentations to existing and prospective clients.  Competent and reliable designer in structural steelwork, reinforced concrete, masonry and timber.  Excellent knowledge of standard engineering practices, techniques and procedures.  A high level of understanding of project management principles and practices.  Sound knowledge of construction contracts and professional agreements and experience in negotiating fee agreements.  Familiar and empathetic with all forms of building construction.  Good attention to detail.  Able to produce written reports to a high standard. Good oral and written communication skills. Self-starter, motivated, personable and confident.  Team worker with good communication and people management skills through a mature and professional attitude.  Proactive individual with the ability to work independently as well as part of a team. Hold current UK driving license. Desirable Proficient in the use of analysis and design software (TEDDS, TSD, etc).  Experienced in refurbishment and change of use designs as well as new build work.  Experience in selling multi-disciplinary consultancy services  Experience in leading and managing multi-disciplinary project teams comprising internal teams and sub-consultants.  An understanding of contract administration and experience of document management systems would also be advantageous. Key Values Professional Integrity Technical Expertise Solution Focused Reliable Personal Service 
Construction Recruitment Burton Latimer, UK
Nov 08, 2021
Permanent
Company Info Our Clients provides customers with a single source for all equipment solution requirements; a complete equipment solutions provider, offering material handling equipment, telehandlers, powered access, sweepers, cleaning / facility maintenance equipment and rough terrain forklifts. In collaboration with quality and leading equipment manufacturers, their portfolio reflects the requirements of the markets they serve. Their equipment range is available for sale, contract hire and short term rental, providing an unbeatable full service equipment solution to their customers and are committed to providing the right equipment, at the right price for the right application. Job Purpose   Reporting to the Head of Service, you as a Service Engineer are responsible for commissioning, maintenance and servicing of equipment and plant machinery.   Hours:  Monday – Friday 0800-1730    Position summary Key responsibilities for this role include but not are not limited to: Repair, maintain, and service forklift trucks Repair or replace faulty parts Request parts via PDAs Report to Service Co-ordinator for scheduled work Maintain and develop relationships with Customers Follow Service Team procedures. Adhere to site Health & Safety requirements. Follow and maintain clients business and team objectives. Pursue personal development of skills and knowledge necessary for effective performance of the role and attend training courses as required. Adhere to our clients Quality and Compliance responsibilities, and policies and procedures. Adhere to Health & Safety responsibilities and procedures The above is not an exhaustive list of duties and you will be expected to perform different tasks as necessitated by your changing role within the organisation and the overall business objectives of the organisation. Candidate Requirements: Essential NVQ in Mechanical Engineering (or equivalent) Numeracy skills Knowledge of Forklift trucks Analytical with an eye for detail Excellent communications skills Professional and strong interpersonal skills Able to work to tight deadlines Flexible and willing to contribute by helping others Courteous, friendly and tactful Desirable Experience in materials handling industry or similar Good working knowledge of using PDAs and Protean Knowledge of mechanical machinery Personal Qualities Personable Problem Solving Good Customer Service Presentable Able to work as part of a team Good attention to detail
Construction Recruitment Office, Churchill Square, Brighton, UK
Nov 08, 2021
Permanent
Company Info   Our clients are an established, leading and independent property consultancy with offices based in Brighton and Crawley, from which they comprehensively cover Sussex, Surrey and the South East region. They provide both commercial and residential estate agency, asset and property management and a range of valuation and property services. . Job Purpose   Managing a portfolio of residential & mixed-use blocks and estates on behalf of our client’s Freehold customers, RMC’s and RTM Companies located along the South Coast of England and predominantly in or around Brighton   Hours:  Monday to Friday 09:00 – 5:30 with 1 hr lunch break (37.5hrs) In addition to be available for client’s meetings during evenings and weekends To be on call (by telephone) for Saturday help desk cover approximately every 6 weeks, 9am-1pm)   Position summary Key responsibilities for this role include but not are not limited to: To provide an efficient and effective service to landlords and long leaseholders, including contractual and financial management.  To develop and maintain a culture of good public relations and customer care. To attend monthly department meetings and weekly Property Manager meetings and to present progress reports to the Head of Department on a fortnightly basis.  To prepare and issue service charge budgets to quarterly deadlines.  To review draft annual service accounts prior to issue to external accountants, to sign and issue finalised accounts to our client’s customers and leaseholders.   To carry out routine (normally six monthly) and emergency inspections of properties and prepare inspection reports for internal action and reference.  To ensure compliance requirements in respect to health and safety including fire risk are assessed as required appointing accredited professional where appropriate and to ensure actions are completed against assessed and required deadlines To diagnose basic defects and put forward suitable remedies for repairs and to engage Surveyors/Structural Engineers to complete diagnostic investigations where appropriate. To prepare basic long-term maintenance plans and to engage Surveyors to prepare more complex long-term capital expenditure plans.  To assist Administrators in handling enquiries from lessees relating to repairs, general service charge queries and all aspects of property management.  To read, understand and apply the requirements of leases pertaining to Residential & Mixed-Use Block Management, particularly in the identification and discharge of covenants as they apply to responsibilities for maintenance and repair.  To produce specifications for cyclical maintenance (e.g., Internal redecorations) and contract/term maintenance agreements (e.g. cleaning, gardening, lifts, entry phone systems), to draw up tender documents, review tenders and appoint contractors.  To administer S20 consultations in respect of qualifying major works.  To liaise with Major Works Co-ordinator, Building Surveyor, or other external Building Surveying resources in respect of Section 20 projects.  To draft and issue licences for alterations in consultation and at instruction of our clients customers  To actively promote referrals & cross-selling of services within PS&B.  To be motivated to generate income from services provided within the role and department and to promote and assist where possible in the acquisition of new business.  To liaise with the accounts department in respect of financial matters  To liaise with the insurance department in respect of insurance matters.  To attend meetings of lessees, AGMs, and Resident Association meetings.  To act as line manager for the appointment and management of on-site scheme managers and caretakers, both day and residential appointment To provide management information for pre-contract enquiries to PS&B management/legal enquiries administrator.  Candidate Requirements: Good level of experience and understanding of managing residential and mixed-use property and estate management. Committed to providing a high standard of customer care with excellent customer facing skills Be a team player. A sound knowledge of various building construction forms and techniques for their repair and maintenance. An appreciation of the legislation framework pertaining to long leasehold residential and mixed-use management, both current and past, but most particularly an understanding of The Landlord and Tenant Acts 1985 & 1987 & The Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002 (CALRA). Good public relation and communication skills, orally and written, good telephone manner. Ability to communicate effectively with people at all levels, e.g. freeholders, lessees, contractors, etc. Possess good IT skills, particularly Microsoft Word and Excel, QUBE (formerly Estate Computer System (ECS)), email, etc. An ability to read, understand and apply relevant clauses within residential leases, particularly in respect of the various covenants pertaining to responsibilities for repair and maintenance.  Qualifications: IRPM qualified or part qualified or prepared to take the IRPM examinations.
Construction Recruitment Bognor Regis, UK
Nov 08, 2021
Permanent
Company Info   Our clients are a long-established Brighton property firm with a respected and revered Professional Services Department that provides accurate and detailed valuation advice their customers. All surveyors are RICS registered, with expertise in property law and excellent knowledge of the county of Sussex and surrounding area.   Job Purpose   Managing a portfolio of residential & mixed-use blocks and estates on behalf of our client’s Freehold customers, RMC’s and RTM Companies located along the South Coast of England and predominantly in or around Brighton   Hours:  Monday to Friday 09:00 – 5:30 with 1 hr lunch break (37.5hrs) In addition to be available for client’s meetings during evenings and weekends To be on call (by telephone) for Saturday help desk cover approximately every 6 weeks, 9am-1pm)   Position summary Key responsibilities for this role include but not are not limited to: To provide an efficient and effective service to landlords and long leaseholders, including contractual and financial management.  To develop and maintain a culture of good public relations and customer care. To attend monthly department meetings and weekly Property Manager meetings and to present progress reports to the Head of Department on a fortnightly basis.  To prepare and issue service charge budgets to quarterly deadlines.  To review draft annual service accounts prior to issue to external accountants, to sign and issue finalised accounts to our client’s customers and leaseholders.   To carry out routine (normally six monthly) and emergency inspections of properties and prepare inspection reports for internal action and reference.  To ensure compliance requirements in respect to health and safety including fire risk are assessed as required appointing accredited professional where appropriate and to ensure actions are completed against assessed and required deadlines To diagnose basic defects and put forward suitable remedies for repairs and to engage Surveyors/Structural Engineers to complete diagnostic investigations where appropriate. To prepare basic long-term maintenance plans and to engage Surveyors to prepare more complex long-term capital expenditure plans.  To assist Administrators in handling enquiries from lessees relating to repairs, general service charge queries and all aspects of property management.  To read, understand and apply the requirements of leases pertaining to Residential & Mixed-Use Block Management, particularly in the identification and discharge of covenants as they apply to responsibilities for maintenance and repair.  To produce specifications for cyclical maintenance (e.g., Internal redecorations) and contract/term maintenance agreements (e.g. cleaning, gardening, lifts, entry phone systems), to draw up tender documents, review tenders and appoint contractors.  To administer S20 consultations in respect of qualifying major works.  To liaise with Major Works Co-ordinator, Building Surveyor, or other external Building Surveying resources in respect of Section 20 projects.  To draft and issue licences for alterations in consultation and at instruction of our clients customers  To actively promote referrals & cross-selling of services within PS&B.  To be motivated to generate income from services provided within the role and department and to promote and assist where possible in the acquisition of new business.  To liaise with the accounts department in respect of financial matters  To liaise with the insurance department in respect of insurance matters.  To attend meetings of lessees, AGMs, and Resident Association meetings.  To act as line manager for the appointment and management of on-site scheme managers and caretakers, both day and residential appointment To provide management information for pre-contract enquiries to PS&B management/legal enquiries administrator.  Candidate Requirements: Good level of experience and understanding of managing residential and mixed-use property and estate management. Committed to providing a high standard of customer care with excellent customer facing skills Be a team player. A sound knowledge of various building construction forms and techniques for their repair and maintenance. An appreciation of the legislation framework pertaining to long leasehold residential and mixed-use management, both current and past, but most particularly an understanding of The Landlord and Tenant Acts 1985 & 1987 & The Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002 (CALRA). Good public relation and communication skills, orally and written, good telephone manner. Ability to communicate effectively with people at all levels, e.g. freeholders, lessees, contractors, etc. Possess good IT skills, particularly Microsoft Word and Excel, QUBE (formerly Estate Computer System (ECS)), email, etc. An ability to read, understand and apply relevant clauses within residential leases, particularly in respect of the various covenants pertaining to responsibilities for repair and maintenance.  Qualifications: IRPM qualified or part qualified or prepared to take the IRPM examinations.
Construction Recruitment Orpington, UK
Nov 08, 2021
Permanent
Company Info With a vision to be identified as a trusted client advisor, our clients are national in reach, local in service and selected for their quality and expertise in the built environment. They are a leading, forward thinking multi-disciplinary consultancy in the business for over 80 years. They are a multi-award winning business that has retained its family culture and values where the health and wellbeing of their staff is taken seriously. They have a well-being initiative ‘Healthy Together’ and an active staff social club where you will get the opportunity to meet other colleagues for social and fun occasions and build friendships along the way.   Job Purpose   Due to increasing work our clients have an opportunity for a Senior or Associate Building Surveyor with relevant degree to join our multi-disciplinary practice in Orpington. You will be assisting the Partners and other team members at an appropriate level to your qualifications and experience and provide a professional service to clients.   Hours:  35 Hours a week   Position summary   Key responsibilities for this role include but not are not limited to: Managing the internal team including maintaining and developing internal quality systems, supervising and mentoring staff. Delivering professional BS services to a high standard. Maintaining and improving the profitability of the team. Preparation of technical and financial reports. Some evening and weekend meetings (e.g. tenant, planning, committee etc.) may be necessary. Objectives: Each month report on progress on own projects and assist Partner in ensuring fee plans are updated. Attend group meetings, which will be held at least every twelve weeks. Attend one to one reviews at least on a yearly basis. To be alert to potential new business opportunities and in liaison with the Partners, pursue these to secure new commissions. To develop the volume and range of work applicable to the BS team and to be alert to cross referrals to other professional disciplines within the Practice. Develop client relationships and maximise repeat business opportunities. Candidate Requirements: Demonstrate good oral, written communication and personal presentation as the role is client facing You should be professionally dedicated and enthusiastic with a flexible approach to work. You will need to demonstrate your resilience as this position attracts a high volume of work and at times, can be a pressured environment. Be organised, pay attention to detail and prioritise own workload to meet tight deadlines. Be able to work under own initiative and also as part of a team. You will be required to drive between sites so need to have access to own vehicle and a clean driving licence. Competencies: The Senior Building Surveyor will maintain MRICS status and will be expected to develop their competency through experience and continued learning.  The Associate is also expected to demonstrate strong management skills. Key Values Professional Integrity Technical Expertise Solution Focused Reliable Personal Service 
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.