Surveyor (Building - Maintenance and Minor Works)
At Warwickshire County Council, we’re looking for a Maintenance & Minor Works Surveyor to manage a portfolio of properties and make sure they remain open. It’s a vital job that means our services can be delivered at all times.
37 hours per week
Reporting to the Maintenance & Minor Works Manager, you will:
- Provide maintenance and minor works for a number of council and independent properties of all shapes, sizes, ages and uses
- Identify, procure and deliver planned and reactive maintenance, adaption, renewal and extension of buildings
- Liaise between property users and construction services
- Deliver successful projects and manage relationships to ensure repeat business and income
- Keep timely, accurate and continuous updates of survey reports for all properties within your portfolio.
In addition to your day-to-day activities, we’ll ask you to inspect and estimate the needs of council and independent buildings every year. You’ll also input into the creation of a yearly work programme, a planned and reactive landlord work programme, and a client-funded minor improvements programme.
Please note: when emergencies happen, we’ll need you to work outside normal office hours.
You’re driven, self-disciplined and able to manage your time – as well as your relationships with clients. You work well in a team, and can communicate effectively with people of all levels.
You’ll have an HNC, HND or a degree in Building Studies (or equivalent), be a member of an appropriate professional body (RICS/MCIOB), and have experience working within a fee target environment.
You’ll also have:
- A successful track record managing contractors and design teams
- An ability to produce works specs, schedules and drawings
- An understanding of the construction industry, including asbestos and the JCT Minor Works contract.
Please note: we’ll need you to complete a DBS disclosure application if you decide to join us.
Additional Information & How to Apply
For further information about the role please contact the hiring manager: Nick Jakes Tel 02476 754285 /
Closing Date: 19th October 2018
Interviews: 7th November 2018
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