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Senior Surveyor (Damp & Mould)

Up to £57650 per annum Additional Benefits
 
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Paolo Moraldo Managing Consultant – Asset Management, Property Services & Compliance

Job Description

MMP Consultancy currently have an opportunity for a Senior Surveyor (Damp & Mould) to join housing association based in South West London.

My client is offering a hybrid working role and is expected to be in the offices/area minimum twice per week.

This will be a permanent position paying £57,650p/a Benefits.

Overall Responsibilities:

  • The Senior Property Surveyor will lead on a newly created specialist workstream which will track specific damp & mould repair issues reported in our stock, ensure inspection requests are logged correctly on our systems, visits are allocated to yourself or a surveyor to take place and are recorded capturing all details of the condition and use of the property.

  • Responsible for tracking and overseeing the Damp & Mould cases and to ensure these cases are accurately diagnosed, delivered within agreed timescales, and be of excellent quality. This includes ensuring that capital works are referred and included in future programmes and the Customer is kept informed at all stages of their Damp and Mould case.

Main Accountabilities:

  • Diagnosis of the correct work is raised on the system on both specialist reports and the system using NHF Schedule of Rates .
  • Track and ensure the work completed is correct to remedy the issues identified. Ensure the work is carried out in accordance with the specification and to an excellent standard.
  • To set up a monitoring regime for post work inspections at set periods up to 12 months after the work has been completed to ensure success.
  • To capture the information which will inform future business decisions on Assets including intelligence to inform and put forward proposals for Planned Investment programmes or to make suggestions to the Regional Asset Review Group to review Asset Disposal and stock rotation.
  • Build and maintain relationships with customers, contractors and key stakeholders in the business will be essential to deliver this role and therefore it is important that these are established.
  • Assist the Disrepair and Responsive Repairs delivery teams with diagnosis and specifications. Develop an excellent contractor relationship with our internal and external contractors and stakeholders.
  • To set up a stable tracking and reporting suite to achieve objectives outlined above that are SMART
  • Control of expenditure in line with budget provision and that complex or planned work streams are formally passed to the correct team to manage.

General Responsibilities

  • To understand and comply with my clients safeguarding, safety and compliance policies, procedures and processes and support a positive safeguarding, safety and compliance culture across the organization.
  • Actively and effectively promote the organisations corporate values of Care, Dare, Collaborate. Role modelling appropriate behaviours and acting with the highest level of professionalism and integrity.
  • Play an active role in contributing to effective cross team working and provide cover for colleagues as required.
  • To maintain confidentiality with personal information and data regarding our customers, employees and stakeholders at all times ensuring compliance with the Data Protection Policy.
  • To comply with my clients Health and Safety policies, procedures, and processes and to promote health and safety compliance for all.

Title: Senior Property Surveyor (Damp & Mould)

Salary: £57,650p/a Benefits

Location: South West London (Hybrid Working)

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