Asset Condition Surveyor
Asset Condition Surveyor x 3 Job Ref: WH21 943-945
Band F (£30,896 - £33,445)
37 hours per week
Are you an Asset Condition Surveyor looking for a new role?
If you are, then you could be one of three enthusiastic individuals we are currently looking for to join our growing Stock Investment Team, responsible for collecting accurate stock condition data across our portfolio of circa 22,000 homes and associated non-domestic assets.
You will undertake comprehensive surveys and reports relating to stock condition that will be used to inform strategic investment decisions, and support an intelligence led approach to asset management.
Carry out dynamic risk assessments of asset condition, including structural integrity and fire safety, summarising your findings in clear and detailed reports including potential hazards related to the Housing Health & Safety Rating System (HHSRS)
Have a good working knowledge of stock condition surveys, building component lifecycles and a demonstrable knowledge of building pathology and construction methods.
You will have strong customer service, communication and team working skills, and experience of working to deadlines and achieving performance targets.
Wolverhampton Homes are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all sections of the local community. If you know of any potential applicants who may be interested, please pass on these details.
Please see the job description for further details, or for an informal discussion, please contact Mark Taft, Stock Condition Manager on 01902 554449.
Closing Date: 06 August 2021 – 12 noon
Interviews: 17 August 2021
Directorate: Property Services
Job Title: Asset Condition Surveyor
Service Area: Assets & Stock Investment
Special Conditions: Car Mileage
Role Profile: TE35A
DBS Disclosure: Not applicable
Issue Date: March 2021
Responsible to: Stock Condition Manager
Job Purpose and Role:
To carry out accurate Stock Condition surveys to domestic dwellings across the City Council’s social housing portfolio, in accordance with predetermined assessment criteria.
Undertake dilapidation surveys as required including preparing schedules and outline specifications and option appraisals associated with all aspects of Stock Investment.
Capture and maintain lifecycle information to inform future investment priorities / planned programmes and contribute to the maintenance and operation of a housing stock condition data base.
Undertake periodic audits of data accuracy and integrity to reinforce the quality of asset management data and to ensure accurate and reliable stock condition information is held.
Undertake dynamic HHSRS risk assessments to inform asset condition, including summarise and report all key issues.
Identify opportunities for stock rationalisation, disinvestment, conversion or redevelopment.
Undertake energy assessments and create EPC’s where required.
Undertake 12-month defects / handover inspections on new build dwellings.
Contribute to long-term decision making on future stock investment priorities by providing accurate assessments and data.
Assist the Stock Condition Manager in the preparation of feasibility studies, service reviews, committee and board reports.
The duties of the post may change and develop from time to time in light of new legislation, Wolverhampton Homes Policies, organisational developments and social trends. Such developments will be monitored in conjunction with the Chief Executive and will be reflected as necessary in the aims and objectives of the post.
Whilst every effort has been made to explain the main duties and responsibilities of the post, each individual task undertaken may not be identified. Employees will be expected to comply with any reasonable request from a manager to undertake work of a similar level that is not specified in this job description.