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Asset Surveyor

Up to £43945.00 per annum
 
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Stuart Pryce Principal Consultant – Asset Management, Property Services & Compliance

Job Description

MMP is working with one of their Housing Association Clients in Cambridgeshire who are seeking for a new Asset Surveyor to join the business.

Agile Hybrid Homeworking (Office base Cambridgeshire)
Full time, 37 hours a week, Monday - Friday
Salary: £43,945
About the role
To support the Contract Manager in collecting and analysing asset stock condition and EPC data to inform delivery of the Asset Management Strategy and future asset management decisions.
To carry out damp and mould inspections and surveys on behalf of our clients for defect diagnosis, assurance around quality/performance, H&S compliance and asset condition.
To manage projects in relation to our clients deliverables and objectives, such as projects Net Zero Carbon, Decent Homes, insurance, social value etc., including contribute to the contract procurement processes.
To provide a high performing service for our clients and its customers, through the effective day-to-day the management of designated contractors.
To ensure an effective and prompt customer-focused repairs and maintenance service for the benefit of our clients customers with accountability for customer outcomes and Value-for-Money at all times.
To ensure compliance with Health & Safety requirements for designated contracts e.g. CDM, Landlord Health and Safety Compliance etc.

Principal Duties
To collect accurate and timely asset data through delivery of stock and equipment condition surveys in line with agreed targets and to the required quality.
To update the asset management database to ensure that our clients develops forward programmes of work that are robust and realistic.
To identify suitable interventions and options for our clients' assets through the use of asset performance data.
To contribute to the overall management of the delivery of repairs and maintenance services for our clients' property assets within defined budgets and to agreed standards and timescales.
To be responsible for the day-to-day management of designated contracts on behalf of our clients ensuring compliance with Health and Safety Regulations, our clients' Health & Safety Policies (including compliance with its landlord obligations) and agreed Service Standards, and to ensure these services provide Value-for-Money.

To provide regular reports to the Contract Manager on the operation and performance of the contracts, highlighting areas for improvement and escalating areas of concern for intervention.
To manage the financial operation of these contracts within approved limits and within approved budgets, ensuring sound auditable processes are applied throughout.
To obtain and interpret reports on the performance of service providers and to use this information to recommend and agree changes with service providers to improve delivery, including re-tendering options where necessary.
Use financial data to pro-actively manage service delivery within agreed budgets and to contribute to annual budget setting process.
To chair or attend regular meetings with contractors, external consultants, and internal and external customers to ensure a comprehensive and consistent service is provided.
To comply with our clients' Financial Regulations and ensure repairs and maintenance services are delivered in line with budgets the Asset Management Strategy.
To carry out pre inspections as required, ensuring follow up actions are implemented within agreed timescales.
To carry out post inspections of completed work to provide assurance to our clients on quality and Value for Money.
To carry out other surveys as required to support the work of Property Services.
To provide support and guidance to the Customer Services Team with queries from customers regarding areas of work overseen by Property Services
To organise and deliver the effective operation of our clients' out of hours emergency repairs service on a rota basis, together with other members of the Property Services Team.
To ensure property maintenance records and Health & Safety files are maintained, up to date and are accessible to all staff as appropriate.

General
* Attend team meetings, supervision meetings and training courses and conferences as required.
* Carry out any other duties in accordance with the nature and scale of the post as may be required from time to time.
* Comply with the our clients Group Health and Safety Policy and contribute to good health and safety practice.
* Comply with the our clients Equality and Diversity Policy Statement, actively seeking opportunities Recognise the value of diversity and ensure equality of opportunity in services delivered.
* Comply with all aspects of the our clients Code of Conduct and our clients behaviours.
* Actively demonstrate a customer focused approach in all dealings with the public, employees and external agencies.
* Use ICT systems proficiently and in accordance with standards set down for the role.

Benefits:
* 30 days holiday increasing to 35 days inclusive of Bank Holidays (pro rata for part-time staff), depending on length of service.
* Hybrid working policy
* Flexi-time Scheme
* Holiday purchase scheme - up to 5 days per year
* Company sick pay scheme
* Contributory pension scheme - which both you and our clients will contribute to
* Employee Assistance Programme
* Free on site/nearby parking

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