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Permanent contract – 37 hours per week Remote working with site visits Help us to make our customers feel safe and sound in their homes Property health and safety compliance is at the heart of safeguarding the security and wellbeing of our customers. This is an exciting opportunity to join our asset compliance team if you want to make a real difference to ensure the safety of our customers is achieved. You will play an active role to ensure that all Worthing Homes property-related health and safety compliance across our residents’ homes is in line with current legislation. In this role you will be responsible for the overall day-to-day management of property compliance (gas, electrical, fire safety, asbestos and lifts etc.) ensuring remedial works/actions are completed on time and to a high standard. You will also assist with the procurement and management of compliance contracts. To fulfil this role working collaboratively with others will be critical to ensure that programmes are delivered in line with agreed budgets and key performance indicators are met. A methodical approach to work and a keen eye for detail is essential for recording and reporting compliance information to our stakeholders. The ability to successfully work in partnership to deliver high quality, customer focused solutions is key. The successful candidate will also have: • working experience and knowledge of current compliance legislation. • related construction / surveying qualification or equivalent work experience. • ideally a relevant construction / property compliance or health and safety accreditation (i.e. NEBOSH, fire safety, asbestos, etc.) • relevant experience in a housing or property/building organisation and be comfortable using housing and repairs management information systems. • a full UK driving license and the use of own car. There is limited travel to Worthing Homes properties. 85% are within a 5 mile radius of Worthing town centre. The remaining 15% within a 15 mile radius. If you would like to know a bit more about the role, Ian Reed our Head of Asset Management will be happy to have a chat – firstname.lastname@example.org (no agencies)
A multi-disciplinary Private Practice based in London is seeking a client-facing Building Surveyor to join their rapidly growing team.
Our client is looking for someone who is committed to delivering work of the best quality and who will uphold the professional standards of the RICS. The successful Building Surveyor will carry out a broad variety of traditional building surveying services including specification writing, contract administration and schedules of condition whilst being responsible for building and maintaining client relationships. They must have an eye for detail and a thorough understanding of building defects, maintenance and repairs.
They need to have experience of:
a wide range of structural and building defects
preparing and presenting comprehensive, accurate survey reports
providing clear, concise, justified conclusions
working independently and within a team structure
liaising with clients, both verbally and through written correspondence
This consultancy primarily focuses on high-end residential refurbishment projects throughout West London and the West End and boasts both celebrity and high net-worth individuals as clients.
The Successful Building Surveyor
3+ years industry experience
Organised, and capable of handling multiple projects and clients
Enrolled on the APC pathway
A RICS accredited degree
A positive, client-facing demeanour
£40,000 - £45,000
Uncapped career progression
Professional fees accounted for
25 days holiday + bank holidays
Continued training and CPD
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Building Surveyor / Assistant Building Surveyor / London / Surrey / MRICS / London / APC / RICS Recruitment
Building Surveyor / Assistant Building Surveyor / London / UK / MRICS / London / APC
Exeter, EX1 1HS
Overview Are you wanting to make a positive difference? We are seeking a motivated and experienced professional to make a significant and lasting contribution to the repair and improvement of the Church of England school buildings in Devon, with the works funded principally from a significant annual government capital allocation.
An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the professional Property Services Team as a Diocesan Surveyor for Education. As part of the team you will develop and maintain strong relationships with key personnel in church schools and academies and undertake a range of surveying, property management and architectural fee-earning services throughout Devon.
Strong technical knowledge and the ability to interact effectively with team members, school leaders and other consultants are essential skills to succeed in this challenging and rewarding role. You will be expected to further enhance the strong reputation of the Property Services Team through your design, specification and management of successful of building contracts across the portfolio of church schools and academies.
There is a competitive salary and benefits package on offer to the successful candidate.
Post Introduction The role, within the Property Services Team, works collaboratively with the Diocesan Board of Education to provide a surveying, property management and architectural service to primarily the VA church schools and church academies. Some degree of flexible working may be required on other properties in the diocese portfolio, which includes clergy housing and glebe land.
In conjunction with the Property Services Team:
Develop and maintain strong relationships with VA Church Schools and Church Academies. Offer and undertake a range of surveying, architectural and project management fee-earning services to schools and Academies to deliver a wide range of projects each year from small repair schemes to major refurbishment and extension schemes. Produce detailed inspection reports, feasibility and development plans. Build up and communicate a thorough knowledge of all legislation, guidelines and grant funding affecting church schools. Support and provide advice to governors, head teachers, and school building committees on property matters.
The role requires a high degree of proficiency across the domains of:
Design, specification and contract administration
Building regulatory compliance and technical building and health and safety knowledge
Building project delivery including time, quality and financial control
Due to the nature of the work, the Surveyor will be expected to be available for much of the school summer holiday period, when the majority of building contracts take place.
The role covers all work in the Diocese of Exeter and a considerable amount of travel is necessary. Occasional out of hours working is required for which time off in lieu may be claimed.
The Surveyor will be required to apply for an Enhanced Disclosure certificate from the Disclosure and Barring Service in connection with this role.