Building Safety Surveyor
Our client is excited to be setting out their next chapter. They have grown significantly over the past few years, building quality homes and investing in their local communities. Their ambition is to be the landlord of choice in Maidstone and mid Kent therefore they recognise that they need to continue to focus and strengthen their foundations to ensure their buildings are safe and they provide an excellent customer experience.
Following the launch of their new Corporate Plan and Operations Service Strategy, now is an exciting time to be joining them. You will be part of a newly structured Property team in their Operations directorate and play a key role in shaping their future.
What you’ll be doing
As Building Safety Surveyor, you will be responsible for the property assets and working to deliver the asset management strategy. You will undertake a range of building surveying including but not limited to feasibility studies, options appraisals, building longer term work plans for stock to meet housing standards.
You will be a direct liaison with the proposed Building Safety Regulator and Fire Services, as well as other professional bodies including Local Authorities Building Control and HSE.
More about you. What can you bring?
They are looking for an individual that has a clear focus on performance. You will be driven, collaborative, a team player and want to do the right thing and do it to a high standard.
You will have a degree in Surveying or similar equivalent qualification. You will be able to demonstrate experience in housing/construction industry advising on aspects of Health /Building Safety. You will have excellent influencing and communication skills.
When and where you’ll be doing it
You will enjoy a 37 hour working week and earn an annual salary of circa £42,000 dependent upon your knowledge, skills and experience.
Our client’s head office is in central Maidstone where you will be based in their new modern and bright office space which offers creative, collaborative and flexible ways of working.
What will you get in return?
Creating an environment which enables their people to thrive is crucial for them and their Total Reward package goes beyond your salary, designed to support you throughout your working life here.
28 days annual leave per year (plus bank holidays)
Company Pension contribution and life assurance
Flexible Benefits including health cash plan, additional holiday purchase, cycle to work scheme, onsite gym, retail discounts and more.
An annual Wellbeing Fund
Closing Date: Monday 10 August at Midnight
Interviews: w/c Monday 17 August