Building Surveyor

Recruiter
Interaction Recruitment
Location
Christchurch
Salary
45000.0000
Posted
16 Apr 2017
Closes
16 May 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Building Surveyor
Christchurch
Salary £45,000 to £55,000 + 25 days Holiday + Pension + Life Assurance 4 x Salary + Laptop + iPhone

A respected Construction and Property consultancy based in Christchurch is searching for a Building Surveyor to join the team.

Job Description
As a Building Surveyor you will assist the management team is providing professional surveying services for their planned and responsive contracts for residential and commercial clients. This is administered via a framework of approved contractors.

The Building Surveyor will be tasked with but not limited to the following:
Building excellent working relationships with housing and commercial operations, contractors and consultants to deliver the planned works program for your area to manage reactive repairs as required.
Continually monitor the framework in order to maximise the performance of the contracts.
Review the agreed performance indicators for both contractors and consultants making sure you direct any improvements that are required.
Project manages complex responsive repairs and planned maintenance projects in your patch.
Oversee responsive repairs works to enable improvements to the planned maintenance programmes.
Carry out annual stock condition surveys in consultation with the Planning and Performance team.
Provide high quality technical surveying assessments to a variety of projects.

The client will be looking for the following skills and experiences:
Experience managing major works and maintenance projects for a housing business or similar
Experience in preparing tender docs, scope of works and cost appraisal and dealing with interim / final accounts.
Understanding and working knowledge of contract documents such as JCT / NEC.
Knowledge and ability to write detailed technical reports.
BSc / MSc in Surveying or RICS qualification

To find out more about this role call Stephen Blaymires at Interaction Construction on or E: