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Permanent ? Senior Building Control Surveyor
Assist with the development of trainee surveyors within the team. Senior Building Control Surveyor – £51k-£70k + Discretionary Performance Related Bonus.
Senior Building Control Surveyor
What's involved with this role: Interim Senior Building Control Surveyor Reference no: WNC (HQ) WNC 13328 Pay Rate: £230.77 per day PAYE 37 Monday – Friday, normal working hours This opening assignment is for 3 months City: NORTHAMPTON The role is office and site based. To have worked in a Building Control and to undertake Building Control site inspections and plan checking Key Responsibilities: Deal with a varied caseload of building regulation applications with the emphasis on more complex applications. Ensuring that allocated building projects are constructed and designed to comply with Building Regulation, Standards and relevant Acts. Inspection of building works and associated tasks under the regulations and relevant Acts. Keep full and accurate records and prepare detailed reports on all aspects of regulated work. To stand in for the Principal Building Control Surveyor and in exceptional circumstances the Building Control Manager during absence, as required, to ensuring the day-to-day supervision of the service. Assist with the day-to-day training and supervision of Building Control Surveyors, Assistants and trainees. Examination and consultation of plans deposited under the Building Regulations or under the scheme of the Local Authority National Type Approval Confederation. Responsibility for ensuring that Partner Authority applications are administered and checked according to the LABC Partner Authority Scheme. To deal with the investigation and resolution of breaches of the Building Regulations and relevant Acts. To represent the Council in court and give evidence on breaches of the Building Regulations and relevant Acts NB: Please feel free to apply to us direct via email@example.com by quoting the job reference and job t
Senior Land & Measured Building Surveyor
Salary: £32k - 45k per year Reference: JO0000046295 Role: Senior Land & Measured Building Surveyor Location: Nottingham Salary: Up to £45,000 per annum + company vehicle + overtime Job Type: Full-time, Permanent Are you a Land & Measured Building Surveyor looking for your next challenge? My client, a leading Engineering Surveying company, is looking for a Senior Surveyor to join their team in Nottingham to work on a variety of projects in different sectors. You will be based out of the Nottingham office and your working hours will be 8am - 4.30pm Monday - Friday, however site hours will vary so overtime and occasional weekend working and staying away will be required. You will be contracted 40 hours per week, any hours worked over this will be paid at an increased overtime rate. You will work closely to support the office Survey Manager, ensuring that projects are completed on time and to the company's high technical standards. You will be responsible for leading a variety of large-scale, complex land and measured building survey projects. Your role will also involve completing full measured building surveys with floor plans, elevations and sections; using a combination of traditional methods and 3D scanners to a high standard, and mentoring a dedicated surveying team. Required Skills/Experience: Previous experience working as a Land & Measured Building Surveyor, in a Senior Surveyor or Experienced Surveyor role.Proficient using Total Stations, laser scanners, GPS, LisCAD, N4CE and AutoCAD equipment and software.Full UK Driver's License and Right To Work in the UK. What they offer: 24 days leave + bank holidays, increasing for years of service up to 30 daysCompany sick payLife assuranceCompany vehicleBirthday giftsLong service
Senior Building Surveyor
194869_1695390435 Posted: 22/09/2023 £40000 - £55000 per annum + benefits / package Birmingham, West Midlands PERMANENT With offices across the UK, this extremely well established Construction Consultancy has recently opened a Birmingham office and have been successful in winning a substantial ongoing programme of works with a large utility client. We are now looking for an experienced Building Surveyor to join their new office in Birmingham. The work is varied and would include some project management / contract administration, as well as general building surveying and maintenance management. This is an ongoing contract with an existing client; we'll be looking for a Building Surveyor keen to focus on service delivery and able to deliver consistently high standards to this valued client. As this will largely be an autonomous role we are looking for an experienced Building Surveyor capable of managing their workload and able to take on a client facing role. You will be working within a small mutli-discplinary team and will have the flexibility to manage your diary ensuring that deadlines etc are met. This role would therefore suit a self sufficient, reliable individual who values flexibility and responsibility.
SENIOR BUILDING SURVEYOR
Salary: £37,261 per year + £5017 Market Force Supplement Reference: WEYSBS21/09/2023 SENIOR BUILDING SURVEYOR Trowbridge, Wiltshire PERMANENT POSITION £37,261 pa +(£5,017 Market Force Supplement) Monday to Friday - 37 Hours per week CLOSING DATE 9th October 2023 INTERVIEWS DATE 23RD October START November 2023 TO APPLY CALL 01305 239239 Mon to Friday 8am to 5pm OR EMAIL CV TO Weymouth@citycentrerecruitment.co.uk ONLINE APPLICATION Our client is seeking SENIOR BUILDING SURVEYOR to join their team on a permanent basis. You will be responsible for the coordination of a wide range of contractors. To assist the Environmental Compliance Manager in the management of planned and reactive maintenance of the property portfolio, minor capital works and projects (up to £500k). To provide expert knowledge, advice and support to others within the Service OR to external parties regarding the Service and to ensure the provision of Specialist services in line with Service needs. To establish, implement and maintain effective procedures and administrative systems including day-to-day financial administration and contributing to administrative planning for the function. To represent the department/function at meetings and act as Service representative for initiatives as required. To undertake project tasks or more specialised administrative work relating to the specific function or department. To manage the collection, maintenance, and integrity of data within Service systems and ensure the timely and accurate provision of information. Must be able to fulfil the travel requirements of the role. Including a willingness to travel frequently throughout both Counties and outside the Service area as and when required Within your CV, you must show evidence of the following skills: MRIC