Building Control Officer
The Borough of Dudley is the historic heart of the Black Country. With the recent announcements of over £400m investments including Metro, the Black Country Living Museum, DY5 Enterprise Zone and the town centre redevelopments, major growth is planned for the Borough.
Hours: 37 per week
We are looking to appoint a Building Control Officer to assist our dedicated and friendly team in helping to deliver these developments.
You should have excellent communication skills and be pro-active in delivering an established first class service to existing and new customers. You can expect to be involved in a wide and varied workload typical of a busy metropolitan area, which will provide challenging and interesting work and career development opportunities.
You should have proven previous experience in Building Control and be suitably qualified. Membership of a recognised professional body such as RICS, CIOB or CABE would be advantageous.
Further information can be found on the WM Jobs website or for an informal chat please contact Craig Worgan, Building Control Manager, on 01384 814114.
NB. We reserve the right to close vacancies prior to the advertised closing date should a large number of applications be received
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