20 Apr, 2024
Permanent
Hertfordshire, UK
Our client based in Hertfordshire is currently recruiting for a Structural Engineer to join their team as soon as possible. This is a full time, permanent role offering hybrid working from their office in Hertfordshire, the ideal candidate must have 3+ years working on residential projects. The purpose of the role is to be responsible for the successful technical and commercial execution of project work, including managing personnel and resources. Senior Engineers will be technically competent and be good communicators, able to develop relationships with clients and fellow professionals. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Undertaking more complex analysis and design calculations Provide guidance to other engineers and technicians Checking work of other engineers and technicians Understanding and implementing business management systems Assistance with the preparation of fee bids Management of projects including invoicing Assisting with training and appraisal of...
19 Apr, 2024
Temporary
Yorkshire, UK
A client within the Public Sector based in West Yorkshire is currently recruiting for a Structural Engineer to join their team as soon as possible. The client is offering a full time, temporary position on an ongoing basis with the ideal candidate having experience of working within a local authority. The Role Key purpose of the role is to have detailed knowledge of structural issues associated with new build, extensions, remodelling and refurbishment of all building types Domestic / Commercial / Schools / Sports Centres / Care Homes) including historic and listed buildings. Key responsibilities will include but not be limited to: Environmental and contaminated land and property assessments including undertaking desk-based studies and procuring specialist site investigations, advising on flood risk and drainage strategies and undertaking land profiling exercises Manage demolition contracts and land remediation schemes from feasibility stage to completion of works on...
13 Apr, 2024
Permanent
Essex, UK
A client within the Private Sector based in Kent is currently recruiting for a Chartered Building Surveyor to join their team as soon as possible. The client is offering a full time, permanent position with the ideal candidate having experience of working within a construction environment. The Role Key purpose of the role is a mixture of traditional building surveying and project management across a variety of different sectors, including but not limited to education, social and privately owned housing, local authority, education, property development, ministry of defence and conservation. Key responsibilities will include but not be limited to: Undertaking refurbishment projects ranging from 50,000 to 2,000,000 Manage traditional and D&B new build and refurbishment projects. Client management Contract administration Preparing tender packages The Candidate To be considered for this role you will require a professional membership with RICS or CIOBS....
04 Apr, 2024
Temporary
Tyne and Wear, UK
A client within the Public Sector based in the Northeast is currently recruiting for a Repairs Surveyor to join their team as soon as possible. The client is offering a full time, temporary position on an ongoing basis with the ideal candidate having experience of working within a local authority. The Role Key purpose of the role is to assess and evaluate the condition of properties, conducting surveys, and identifying necessary repairs and maintenance work. Key responsibilities will include but not be limited to: Collaborating with the Repairs and Maintenance team to develop cost estimates and project plans for identified works Providing accurate and detailed reports on survey findings, including documentation of defects, recommended remedial actions, and estimated costs Ensuring compliance with relevant regulations, health and safety guidelines, and industry best practices Liaising with internal stakeholders, contractors, and clients to coordinate survey...
04 Apr, 2024
Temporary
Yorkshire, UK
A client within the Public Sector based in West Yorkshire is currently recruiting for a Clerk of Works to join their fire safety team as soon as possible. The client is offering a full time, temporary position on an ongoing basis with the ideal candidate having experience of working within a local authority within a housing environment. The Role Key purpose of the role is to provide technical expertise on building fire safety in particular the supervision of programme delivery to district-wide FRA work actions programmes which achieve the highest standards of fire safety, Key responsibilities will include but not be limited to: Supervise contractors and specialist suppliers during the delivery of FRA works action programmes ensuring comprehensive records of installation and robust handover of completed works. Inspect work in progress and provide technical guidance and ongoing support to installers. Undertake weekly reviews of work in progress and report overall...