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Building Safety Surveyor

Up to £49535.00 per annum
 

Job Description

MMP is currently looking for a new Building Safety Surveyor to join one of my clients in East of England Area. This Opportunity would be on a permanent contract paying £49,535 (DOE) Car allowance inc within Salary.

About the Role:

The Building Safety Team (BST) delivers circa £18m of FRA works within a range of environments, including residential, care and leasehold sectors.

The Building Safety Surveyor (BSS) will be accountable and will manage a range of local and regional projects to ensure that our client meet all applicable regulatory and statutory requirements for the delivery of fire risk remediation works and associated building safety works.

The BSS will manage the delivery of fire door surveys and compartmentation surveys and work with colleagues in IT and the Health and Safety to ensure our client understands the risks inherent in its buildings around fire. The BSS will support the wider BST in managing the Pronotfoms app with contractor and client feedback to C365 The BSS will work closely in colleagues in the Health and Safety Team who will be undertaking Fire Risk Assessments to the our clients portfolio.

The BSS will have training and sector recognised training, experience, and competencies to undertake compartmentation surveys and fire door surveys to our clients homes.

Practical/technical knowledge:
* A sound understanding, in depth knowledge and experience of relevant current building practices and legislation (FRA) including Health & Safety at Work Act, Building Regulations, Party Wall Act, Workplace Regulations, CDM, Asbestos regulations, RRFSO and British and European Standards
* A sound understanding, knowledge and experience of Section 20 and leasehold requirements.
* A sound understanding, knowledge and experience of budgetary management across multiple projects/contracts
* A sound understanding, knowledge and experience of management of CDM projects across a variety of work types
* A sound understanding, in depth knowledge and experience of project and contract management
* A sound understanding, in depth knowledge and experience of effective, robust performance management of suppliers and contractors
* Best practice collaboration and lean delivery.
* Degree level qualification
* Project Management in qualification (Prince 2 or equivalent) desirable
* FDIS & IFI qualification
* Relevant qualification in surveying/ building construction.

Job Title: Building Safety Surveyor
Location: East Of England
Contract: Permanent
Salary: £49,535

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