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Building Maintenance Supervisor

Dorking

We're looking to recruit an experienced Buildings Maintenance Supervisor to organise, and manage maintenance work across our let estate. 

Alongside small and medium (up to £200,000) sized projects. Working across London and Surrey. Encompassing residential, commercial, and agricultural property that are occupied by our tenants, as well as holiday cottages. 

This is a supervisory role, the successful applicant will not be “on the tools”.

Interviews will be on 19th August 2022 @PolesdenLacey

To apply, please visit: https://careers.nationaltrust.org.uk/OA_HTML/a/?_ga=2.156425529.363159759.1625047604-1639500493.1625047604#/vacancy-detail/125707

What it’s like to work here

You will be part of a very busy team consisting of estate managers, rural surveyors, building surveyors, letting officers and an estate management officer and this post will report into a senior building surveyor.

You'll be based at our Polesden Lacey Office, www.nationaltrust.org.uk/polesden-lacey  near Dorking with the opportunity to work flexibly, you’ll be covering several rural property portfolios within Surrey.

 

Working together, our team are focused on managing our tenancies efficiently, effectively and flexibly, fulfilling our responsibilities as a good landlord. The work of the Estate Management team underpins our national rental income worth around £50m annually. It’s an essential part of our delivery for our land and nature conservation objectives.

As well as working as a key player within your team you’ll also work with other Buildings Maintenance Supervisors across the London & South East region and help shape our new delivery model and ways of working.

What you'll be doing

The role requires strong demonstrable experience in managing delegated budgets, and ensuring maintenance works and projects are delivered on budget and on time.

Who we're looking for

Demonstrable knowledge of the following

  • A task planner/scheduler
  • Experienced budgetary controller
  • Buildings Compliance
  • Rental property legislation
  • Strong IT Skills
  • Contractor management and compliance

 

This is a permanent, full time opportunity. Salary will be dependent on experience and relevant qualifications.

Building Maintenance Supervisor

South Downs

Contract type: Permanent f/t (37.5 hrs pw)

Closing date: 14 August 2022

Address: Slindon Estate, Sussex Downs Estate Office, Arundel, BN18 0RG

Link to apply:

https://careers.nationaltrust.org.uk/OA_HTML/a/?_ga=2.156425529.363159759.1625047604-1639500493.1625047604#/vacancy-detail/125188

We're looking to recruit an experienced Building Maintenance Supervisor to organise and manage maintenance work alongside small and medium (up to £200,000) sized projects. Working across the South Downs. Encompassing residential, commercial and agricultural property that are occupied by our tenants. Slindon Estate | National Trust 

This is a supervisory role. The successful applicant will not be “on the tools”.

Interview date: 16th or 17th August 2022

Internally this role is known as Let Estate Building Supervisor

What it's like to work here

You'll be part of a very busy team consisting of estate managers, rural surveyors, building surveyors and supervisors, letting officers and an estate management officer and this post will report into a senior building surveyor.

You'll have the opportunity for hybrid working, a combination of home and site/office working.

Amazing locations to work.

Interesting variety of work type.

A good work-life balance.

What you'll be doing

You'll manage day to day repairs to our properties, through to cottage refurbishments and village wide repairs and redecoration programmes. This will include:

  • Organising planned repairs for residential, agricultural and commercial buildings.
  • Managing the delivery of budgets for conservation and maintenance works in conjunction with Estate Manager and Building Surveyors.
  • Maintaining and developing relationships with contractors.
  • Overseeing risk management in the delivery of projects.
  • Investigating and advising on remedial works to properties.
  • Maintaining positive working relationships with tenants and other key stakeholders alongside our Lettings Officer and Estate Managers.  

Who we're looking for

You will need to demonstrate the following:

  • A task planner/scheduler
  • Project management skills
  • Experienced budgetary controller
  • Listed building and planning knowledge
  • Rental property legislation and compliance
  • IT skills. Microsoft, Property Computer systems –Horizon
  • Contractor management and compliance
  • Building materials and techniques knowledge for historic and listed buildings

 

Buildings Maintenance Supervisor

Hughenden Manor, High Wycombe

IRC124761 - Buildings Maintenance Supervisor

Contract type: Permanent f/t (37.5 hrs pw)

Closing date: 31 July 2022

Address: Hughenden Manor, Hughenden Park, High Wycombe, HP14 4LA

Link to vacancy:

https://careers.nationaltrust.org.uk/OA_HTML/a/?_ga=2.231944604.2097412996.1655824273-1135677903.1654676914#/vacancy-detail/124761

 

Summary

We are looking to recruit an experienced Buildings Maintenance Supervisor to organise and manage maintenance work alongside small and medium (up to £200,000) sized projects. Working across Buckinghamshire and Berkshire.

This is a supervisory role. The successful applicant will not be “on the tools”.

We place our work out to external contractors and the role requires you to be able to develop, and manage, productive working relationships with contactors.

We are looking for someone who has a solid working history and practical understanding of property maintenance of listed and old buildings, and who can diagnose problems and find solutions.

This is known as a Let Estate Building Supervisor at National Trust

You will be part of a very busy team consisting of estate managers, rural surveyors, building surveyors, letting officers and an estate management officer and this post will report into a senior building surveyor or the senior estate manager.

You will have the opportunity for hybrid working, a combination of home and site/office working.

Amazing locations to work.

Interesting variety of work type.

A good work-life balance.

Principally working on historic and listed buildings you will be able to increase your experience and knowledge in managing these sorts of properties.

You will manage day to day repairs to our properties, through to cottage refurbishments and village wide repairs and redecoration programmes.

The role requires strong demonstrable experience in managing delegated budgets, and ensuring maintenance works and projects are delivered on budget and on time.

Who we're looking for

  • A task planner/scheduler
  • Project management skills
  • Experienced budgetary controller
  • Listed building and planning knowledge
  • Rental property legislation and compliance
  • IT skills. Microsoft, Property Computer systems –Horizon
  • Contractor management and compliance
  • Building materials and techniques knowledge for historic and listed buildings

Clerk of Works

Disrepair (Kent & Sussex)

Closing date: 31st July 2022 at 23.59pm

We’re looking to recruit a Clerk of Works with a proven track record of managing buildings works across a wide range of sites to ensure quality, safety and timely completion of project deliverables.

You’ll be responsible for the day-to-day quality control on disrepair works and HHSRS enquiries, providing in-house technical support, advice on specifications and standards to be achieved. You’ll attend sites and areas where contractors are carrying out works on our behalf, ensuring they meet the required safety standards and take steps to remedy any health and safety issues as they arise, recording all health & safety incidents on OSHENS. You’ll also ensure contracts and works are formulated and delivered in a timely and cost-effective manner to agreed quality standards, value for money, statutory and regulatory legislation, health & safety compliance, all the while ensuring high levels of customer and client satisfaction.

You’ll carry out pre, mid-term and post inspections and health & safety spot checks recommending corrective action where necessary and ensuring contractor compliance from start to finish. You’ll liaise with our in-house legal team on a regular basis to ensure progress on our disrepair cases is kept up to date and attend regular disrepair meetings.

You’ll be confident in inspecting sites to check workmanship and standards of construction comply with quality controls and are compliant with the agreed materials, contract conditions, current legislation and are defect free. You’ll have experience of working with disrepair cases, HHSRS enquiries, project work, planned, cyclical and major works, such as roofing, structural, adaptions, windows, doors, electrical/gas inspections and kitchen and bathroom upgrades.  

You’ll have experience of working in a maintenance or housing environment or as a tradesperson and/or Clerk of Works and have the ability to record progress on site, including a record of any variations, snagging and health and safety records.

You’ll need a strong understanding of property condition surveys, analysing the survey data and preparing reports and a thorough knowledge of building construction and relevant legislations, defects identification and the ability to write technical reports and schedules of works.

For further details or to apply, please click here

 

Clerk of Works

Sittingbourne, Kent

Closing date: 31st July 2022

We’re looking to recruit a Clerk of Works with a proven track record of managing buildings works across a wide range of sites to ensure quality, safety and timely completion of project deliverables.

You’ll attend sites and areas where contractors are carrying out works on our behalf, ensuring they meet the required safety standards and take steps to remedy any health and safety issues as they arise, recording all health & safety incidents on OSHENS. You’ll also ensure contracts and works are formulated and delivered in a timely and cost-effective manner to agreed quality standards, value for money, statutory and regulatory legislation, health & safety compliance, all the while ensuring high levels of customer and client satisfaction.

You’ll be confident in regularly inspecting sites to check workmanship and standards of construction comply with quality controls and are compliant with the agreed materials, contract conditions, current legislation and are defect free. You’ll have experience of working in a maintenance or housing environment or as a tradesperson and/or Clerk of Works and have the ability to record progress on site, including a record of any variations, snagging and health and safety records.

You’ll have experience of planned, cyclical, and major works, such as roofing, structural, adaptions, windows, doors, electrical/gas inspections, and kitchen and bathroom upgrades and will carry out pre, post and mid-term inspections and health & safety spot checks recommending corrective action where necessary.

You’ll need a strong understanding of property condition surveys, analysing the survey data and preparing reports and a thorough knowledge of building construction and relevant legislations, defects identification and have the ability to write technical reports and schedules of works.

You must have a valid UK driving licence and access to your own vehicle.

What's in it for you

  • Pension
  • Life assurance
  • Healthcare cash plan
  • Eyecare & dental
  • Birthday leave
  • Retailers discounts
  • Cycle to work
  • Buy & sell annual leave
  • Season ticket loan
  • In-house academy & career development
  • Flexible working

For further details or to apply, please click here

Clerks of Works

Hickton Quality Control

 

Hickton Quality Control are recruiting for M&E Clerks in Yorkshire!

We are excited to be recruiting for several M&E Clerk of Works in the Yorkshire and Humberside region.

  • Hours: Mixed from one day a week of full-time.
  • Knowledge: Time served working on M&E Projects, whether that be as an Engineer, Site Manager, Project Manager or work of a similar nature.
  • Start On-Site: Numerous projects are due to start imminently and later this summer.

The benefits of working for us:

  • Flexible Working Hours
  • Diverse client base
  • Competitive Salary
  • Multi-skilled (Build and M&E)
  • We offer head office technical & administration support.

To get involved, please contact our Resource Team on 01226 743959 or email a copy of your CV to resource@hicktonqualitycontrol.co.uk

About us:

We are a leading national Quality Site Inspection consultancy providing comprehensive services ranging from Clerk of Works and NEC Supervisory Services with the aim to improve the quality of UK construction for Nationwide clients.

For the last 30 years, we have worked with a diverse client portfolio, located across all regions of the UK, to ensure that their construction projects are built and delivered to a high-quality standard. We have had the privilege of providing our services for The Glass Works Barnsley, Leeds Skelton Lake Services, Leeds Collage of Building, Sheffield Children’s Hospital, Huddersfield Royal Infirmary, The Piece Hall & Library and the Barbara Hepworth Building .

If you are interested in working with us, either Build or M&E, please contact us on 01226 743959 or email resource@hicktonqualitycontrol.co.uk. We have many opportunities located throughout the UK.

 

Hickton Quality Control is part of Hickton Group, Championing excellence in the built environment. Please visit their website www.hicktongroup.co.uk to find out more information about Building Control, Quality Site Inspection, Energy & Sustainability, Gas and Electrical Safety Management or Gas Auditing and Consultancy services.

Clerk of Works

Sentinel Construction Compliance (Jersey) Limited

 

Sentinel Construction Compliance (Jersey) Limited is a leading provider of Health and Safety, Clerk of Work and HSPC duties here in Jersey, Channel Islands. The business continues to secure significant appointments with major private clients, Government, States and Parish bodies in all areas from housing and apartment schemes, hospital, nursing and care facility providers, sports stadia and facilities, airport and ferry facilities, office refurbishments through to high net-worth clients extending or starting afresh. 

 

We are seeking a qualified and experienced CoW to support our expansion for which we offer an attractive salary, relocation package and subsistence allowance. For the right candidate there is opportunity to become a Director with the further benefits this will bring. A start for the right candidate by the end of June or sooner is our aim. Following a review of CV's, selected candidate interviews will then be held on-line with a further weekend invite to Jersey planned leading towards a final interview and decision for the chosen candidates. Closing date for applications is noon 10th June 2022 - written CV by email preferred to address given.

 

Applicants must hold a full UK driving licence or equivalent and ideally have use of their own transport when in Jersey. As this is a licenced recruitment (Government approved for off-island appointment), the candidate must obtain a satisfactory DBS check before an offer of full employment can be given. This process may be requested to be commenced early in the selection process - the cost of which will be reimbursed to those candidates.

 

Contact: info@sentinel.je

Clerk of Works / Site Inspector

Various sites - London

Commensurate with experience + Bonus + Benefits

Clerk of Works: As a result of a number of exciting, long-term contract wins, a fantastic opportunity now exists to join a positive, energetic and forward thinking multi-disciplinary private practice, with a number of unique employee benefits and the opportunity to work on some truly fulfilling projects with high-profile industry leading clients and professional, like-minded colleagues.

Over the last two years Capital have seen extensive growth in their business which will enable new and existing employees to develop both professionally and personally within a progressive and dynamic business for the next decade and beyond.

Key Responsibilities:

  • To assist and work with the Capital Project Management and Contract Administration Teams engaged on large scale Refurbishment and external Repair Projects, including major Cladding Remediation Contracts.
  • To provide Clerk of Works/Site Inspector services, including Site inspections and Reporting.

Skills & Experiences

  • Member of the Institute of Clerk of Works or other Building Construction related qualification.  
  • Experience in the construction industry at Site Management level or as Clerk of Works relevant to specific contracts, either working for Consultants or Local Authorities/Housing Associations.
  • IT Competent (Microsoft Office - Word and Excel).
  • Works collaboratively within a team whilst also being able to work independently when required.

Capital will ensure you have all the support you’ll need to take your career to the next level. In addition to a highly competitive salary, a benefits package including flexible working (designed to fit around childcare or similar existing commitments) and a re-location package for those candidates not currently based in the South East or who would need to move location to take up employment is also available. Capital is dedicated to providing opportunities for ambitious people to grow within the business and develop their career path through the company up to Partner and Director level. Apply now!

For further details visit: https://www.capitalpcc.co.uk/careers/

or to email to apply or request further information: workwithus@capitalpcc.co.uk

NEC Supervisor

Atkins – Cambridge / Hybrid Working

Are you ready to take up a vital role in shaping some of our exciting projects?

Atkins have an exciting opportunity for an NEC Supervisor to join the Project Delivery Team based in Cambridgeshire. This new role is required to assist with the delivery of a significant programme of projects across our client framework. The majority of projects will be within the education sector (new schools and substantial extensions) but the scope will also include the healthcare and wider community infrastructure sectors.

Successful candidates will be expected to undertake the role of Supervisor as defined under the NEC contract, but consideration will be given to individuals who can demonstrate relevant experience as a Clerk of Works, with the potential for further training to be provided. 

The Supervisor will have a key role at all stages of the project lifecycle including:

  • Undertaking high level technical reviews of emerging design proposals during the pre-contract phase.
  • Carrying out regular site inspections to monitor progress and quality of works post-contract.
  • Managing the defects identification and rectification process during the post-construction stage.

The Supervisor will have a key role in the successful delivery of a range of high-profile projects. This role represents an excellent opportunity for the right person to join an existing, successful, and motivated team and play a pivotal role in our continued growth.

The role will involve a hybrid working model involving working from home, working from our Cambridge office, and attendance on client sites when required.

To apply for this role then please visit:

NEC Supervisor/Clerk of Works job in Cambridge | Careers at SNC-Lavalin, Atkins, Faithful + Gould (snclavalin.com)

Clerk of Works

Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire

 

A new, exciting Clerk of Works vacancy to work for a successful QS and PM Consultancy. You will be responsible for inspecting and reporting on residential projects all over Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire.

Your employer is a market leading professional quantity surveying and project management consultancy that has a fantastic reputation providing long term Clerk of Works services to social housing providers that want the highest standards of construction from their housebuilding contractors and supply chain.

Applications from Members of the Institute of Clerk of Works and Construction Inspectorate ICWCI are highly welcome.

Project Details

The main responsibility of a Clerk of Works will be to undertake regular inspections of construction work, such as residential developments to monitor progress and quality, verifying compliance with contractual drawings.

Projects will largely be new build and refurbishment projects and there is strong emphasis within this role towards projects in the residential sector.

The business deals projects nationwide but are specifically looking to hire a Clerk of Works who can manage sites around Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire area.

The hiring company is looking for candidates to carry out the role on a permanent PAYE basis only.

Driving license for this role is essential.

For further information: https://www.maximrecruitment.com/clerk-of-works-job-milton-keynes-buckinghamshire-9376

 

Clerk of Works

Harlow Council

 

Service: Housing

Location: Civic Centre

Post Number: TS0002X

Hours: 37.5 per week (including 30 minutes to be used towards the shut down between Christmas and New Year)

Harlow Council currently manages capital investment, repairs, and maintenance and compliance services for nearly 10,000 homes, 2,400 leasehold properties and a number of light industrial, shops, offices, community buildings and leisure facilities.

As part of the success they have invested over £100 million in assets to provide better homes and more modern commercial premises for residents and lessees. Its journey of transformation in the past few years has been remarkable.

As a Clerk of Works you will be responsible for the following duties:

  • Assist in the production of position statements on relevant technical guidance
  • Develop, maintain and contribute to the improved culture of planned and preventative maintenance, including the gathering of SCS data.
  • Carry out site inspections of building related works, and ensure strictest standards of quality, safety, timeliness and satisfaction.
  • Evaluate site and trade specific method statements and risk assessments, productivity schedules and levels of resources allocated to the projects and programmes.
  • Assist the role of Project Manager in overseeing and monitoring contractor’s performance.
  • Observation and enter into dialogue with contractors, and communicate the same to resident liaison representatives.

You’ll have experience in the oversight of quality, safety, timeliness and satisfaction of projects and programmes of improvements, and monitoring the performance of contractors and their subcontractors, that deliver positive and meaningful changes to the quality and standard of our domestic and non-domestic property assets, with a good understanding of Safety, Health and Environmental (CDM15) requirements.

For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Bob Purton, Operations Manager, on 01279 446995

Contact Harlow, Civic Centre, The Water Gardens, College Square, Harlow, Essex CM20 1WG

Website: www.harlow.gov.uk/jobs

Senior Clerk of Works

Affordable housing developments in the Surrey or South West London region


A Senior Clerk of Works/Quality Control Inspector with detailed knowledge and experience in fire control measures and Building Regulations is needed to inspect affordable housing developments in the Surrey or South West London region.

Applications from Members of the Institute of Clerks of Works and Construction Inspectorate (ICWCI) are highly welcome.

 

Project Details

Exciting opportunity for a Senior Clerk of Works (Quality Control Inspector) to join employers friendly and professional team. They are looking for someone who can start immediately to cover the Surrey and South west London region.

Experience in affordable housing development is ideal, along with detailed knowledge and experience in: 

Fire control measures

Building Regulations

British Standards requirements and compliance. 

The successful candidate must hold a full, clean driving licence and have access to a vehicle. 

For further details:
https://www.maximrecruitment.com/clerk-of-works-job-surrey-south-west-london-9332

Clerk of Works

Central Bedfordshire Council

Central Bedfordshire Council is a financially stable, modern, forward thinking with an efficient operating model.  Recently described in an independent review as ‘an impressive Council’ we are only 35 minutes from London, but without the inner-city challenges and pressures.  Central Bedfordshire is a diverse area and is home to around 264,500 people, living in picturesque villages, hamlets and historic market towns and with great transport links.

It is desirable that you have at least 10 years in a construction role - Clerk of Works and other relevant professionals such as Site Managers, Building Control Inspectors, Building Warranty Inspectors etc are welcomed. You will also hold a level 4/5 (HNC/HND) or equivalent qualifications/experience, valid CSCS card, Driving License and membership (or be working towards) with a professional body like ICWCI, MCIOB, ICE.

Knowledge of H&S Legislation, CDM 2015, construction technology and regulations. The successful Clerk of Works will be responsible for checking the contractor’s compliance with the contract drawings, specification, Building Regulations and Building Warranty standards and producing reports of findings. You will carry out snagging inspections prior to Practical Completion and issue lists of identified defects.

Taking pride in meeting client’s expectations and requirements is key to this role and with your technical knowledge and previous experience you will excel in this area.  You will be customer friendly, efficient and connected in how you work, while ensuring you maintain the best interest of the Council.  Mobile working is a key part of this role, and your IT skills will allow you to examine proposals and produce reports when away from the office environment.

For an informal discussion about this position, please contact: eugene.konyardi@centralbedfordshire.gov.uk or call 0300 300 4946

 For queries related to the recruitment of this vacancy, please contact: The Recruitment Team at recruitment@centralbedfordshire.gov.uk

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