Building Surveyor

£29,636 - £33,779 yearly
  • Stockport Homes
  • Cornerstone
  • 11 May, 2020
Permanent,   Full Time   Building Surveyor

Job Description

In 2020, Stockport Homes achieved three star ‘extraordinary’ Best Companies accreditation and were recognised as one of Britain’s best employers for the eleventh consecutive year running by the Sunday Times newspaper.

We are the Number 1 Not-For-Profit Organisation to work for in the Sunday Times Top 100 list for 2020 (Number one in the Best Companies Top 25 Housing Organisations to Work for) and have also achieved Platinum Investors in People status for our approach to people management and development.

We are looking to recruit a Building Surveyor to join us to provide a specialist technical support service for Stockport Homes, working closely with range of stakeholders including in-house contractors, partner contractors, subcontractors and tenants/customers, to deliver a wide range of repairs services.

Conducting in depth surveys utilising specialist equipment to assist in diagnosis of disrepair issues and any minor structural defects, you must carry out ‘joint surveys” with expert witnesses to agree remedial works (for Scott Schedules), whilst preparing schedules of work and prioritising the work as required.

Obtaining accurate and detailed information about necessary repairs/improvements to properties you will undertake a range of surveys, i.e., HHSRS, Legionella and Asbestos, whilst observing working practices onsite, ensuring appropriate action is taken where unsafe practices are taking place.

Candidates for this role must hold a recognised building related qualification (HNC or equivalent minimum), have a trade background and experience of working in a social housing environment. Experience and knowledge of Disrepair protocol resolving claims is essential and you must have a comprehensive understanding of Legionella management, the L8 ACOP and the application of the HHSRS legislation.

With a comprehensive understanding of dampness and condensation related defects and resolutions, you will have experience of dealing with building contractors and knowledge of legal and regulatory requirements including Health and Safety, CDM, Asbestos at work and the Party wall act.

Please refer to the attached role profile for full details on the position

Closing date for applications: 26th May 2020

Interview Date: 17th June 2020 (Subject to changed due to current restrictions)

All posts offer attractive conditions of service and a range of employee benefits including a commitment to personal development, work life balance and a genuine commitment to embrace diversity for employees and customers.