Building Surveyor - Facilities Management
|Job Title:||Building Surveyor - Facilities Management|
|Salary:||£20 - 23 per hour|
|Contact Name:||Jordan Mascall|
|Job Published:||about 1 year ago|
Job description To ensure the successful project delivery of building maintenance works by planning, budgeting, managing stakeholder relationships, actively managing risks and issues and identifying and managing dependencies.
To effectively liaise with and manage in the role of Principle Designer and on a ‘client agent’ basis the in-house team, Contractors, Suppliers and Customers to ensure building maintenance works are completed within budget, on time, to the specified quality whilst adhering to the strict regulations which govern every aspect of building maintenance and construction.
Part of a Building Maintenance team undertaking the planning and management in relation to Council wide buildings and maintenance management – in relation to approximately 400 buildings and excluding domestic property.
You will be responsible for the specifying and scheduling of planned asset works.
You will be responsible for liaising with the client and managing expectations in line with budget, building regulations and best practice.
The role covers a standard 37 hour week with flexible hours between 7:30am – 5:30pm, the role is expected to last a minimum of 12 months.
Currently the post is a hybrid working basis and the expectation is that you will operate between the office, site and your own home.
Mileage and parking tickets can be claimed as expenses on the understanding that the individual covers business use on their car insurance policy.
Pending experience and qualifications up to £23ph via umbrella be offered.
Requirement (or equivalents) HNC or Equivalent IOSH Managing Safety in Construction of equivalent or commitment to attain qualification in 12 months Good knowledge of building regulations and best practice.
Good knowledge of general building maintenance techniques.
Demonstrable knowledge of relevant legislation and/or Codes of Practice i.e.
Construction, Building Regulations and Health & Safety Experience of effective risk identification and risk management (including Health & Safety implications)
Strong personal organisation skills including ability to manage a diverse and demanding workload within a constantly changing environment Proven ability to use own initiative to make appropriate decisions Good communication skills including written; verbal and interpersonal Good IT skills and working knowledge of Microsoft Windows applications and repairs/maintenance based software A full driving licence An enhanced DBS check will be required if offered this post
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