Maintenance Inspector

Recruiter
Building Recruitment Company Ltd
Location
Manchester
Salary
£16 - £18 per hour
Posted
14 Apr 2017
Closes
14 May 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Our Client, a Manchester based Social Housing Provider are looking to recruit a maintenance inspector to coordinate, monitor and control the provision of repair and maintenance services to the buildings owned and managed by the Association.

Key Tasks
  • To ensure that the day-to-day delivery of the reactive repair service is both effective and efficient to a high quality standard.
  • To evaluate and assess repair work required and give clear instruction to contractors. Including carrying out pre-work inspections where necessary to determine work required. Also including using the in-house computer system to raise works orders for contractors with appropriate priority and pricing.
  • To carry out post work inspections, where required, to assess whether work has been successfully completed to the standard required and to the resident’s satisfaction and Stock Condition Surveys (SCS).
  • Inspect and report on potential insurance claims. 
  • Inspect void properties, specify works required (to exceed minimum relet standards) and coordinate contractors input to return property “ready to let” promptly.

Skills Experience Required:
  • ONC/ HNC Building and/ or a Building Trade qualification 
  • Experience of compiling specifications for minor works and contractor instruction.
  • Experience in Housing Maintenance within a social housing environment 
  • Familiarity with common forms of building contract.
  • Able to communicate successfully with lay people (eg tenants) and building industry professionals.
  • Experience of establishing and managing administrative systems.
  • Able to write clear technical reports and letters.
  • Full driving license and own transport required

This is role is for an initial 5-10 week period with the option of a permanent role following the successful completion of this contract.

For more information please call Amy Gee 0161 238 9000 on or apply via the below link.