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  • list Quantity Surveyor

    Up to £44 per hour Umbrella

    MMP Consultancy currently has an opportunity for a Quantity Surveyor to join a local authority based in the West Midlands.

    This will be a 6-9 Month Interim contract potentially to be extended paying £44 P/H Umbrella

    The Role:

    • The post holder will be responsible for the development of appropriate contract documentation, procurement of goods, services and works contracts across Housing Property Services. With the delivery of these contracts the post holder is responsible for the financial measurement and valuation of works, preparing interim payments and final accounts together with all necessary project related financial reports.

    Job Purpose:

    • To prepare contract documents (Tenders, Bills of Quantities, Work schedules, Specifications and Schedule of Rates) and to procure goods, services and works contracts. This will include participating in the evaluation of tenders and reporting on the outcome.
    • To undertake site measurement and the valuation of works undertaken including the preparation of payment notification and all relevant associated documentation.
    • To prepare and agree costs for variations and non-standard items of work.
    • To prepare, analyse and agree claims and final accounts.
    • To produce relevant financial reports for projects and contracts.
    • To maintain knowledge of standard methods of measurement and standard forms of contracts.
    • To assess, collate and present leaseholder contributions together with relevant service charges and conduct a review where required.
    • To assist and prepare any relevant returns associated with Government or Regulator requirements including external funding providers.

    Title: Quantity Surveyor

    Salary: £44 P/H Umbrella

    Location: West Midlands

  • list Building Surveyor

    Up to £44 per hour Umbrella

    The Role:

    • To undertake extensive building contract administration, the preparation of legal contract tender documentation, specification, supervision and monitoring of capital contracts for Council owned Housing.

    • To carry out inspections of void and tenanted properties to agree work specifications.

    • To be responsible for the delivery of a customer focussed reactive maintenance service. Proactively engaging with residents to provide support, advice and interventions to ensure that properties are effectively maintained, all repairs are undertaken promptly and to high standards, contractors are monitored and supervised ensuring performance targets are achieved and high levels of customer satisfaction is attained

    Job Purpose:

    • To undertake feasibility studies and stock condition surveys, and to prepare specifications and schedule of works for possible remedial works.

    • To provide regular updates of expenditure on capital budgets and performance of the services and to maintain financial and statistical records for all capital works including any special projects.

    • Monitor and supervise contractors to ensure an effective and efficient delivery of work/contract

    • To prepare and present regular progress and performance of contracts following monthly contract meetings

    • To be responsible for dealing with any customer complaints and undertaking the necessary action

    • To assist in the identification of properties and schemes requiring future planned maintenance programmes including carrying out stock condition surveys.

    • To carry out pre and post inspections of void properties and prepare detailed schedule of works for contractors, obtain necessary quotations in accordance with the Councils Corporate Procurement Rules

    • Carry out surveys of specialist projects/works and compile information to assist with the preparation of specifications and other contract documents, including measured surveys.

    • To ensure compliance with all statutory requirements and respond quickly to actions arising from the Council's legal obligations, .e.g. Section 82's and Section 11 requirements

    • To work in compliance with appropriate legislation including Financial Regulations, Corporate Procurement Rules, Data Protection Act and the Standing Orders of Redditch Borough Council.

    • To carry out all duties with a working knowledge of Health and Safety whilst adhering to the safe systems of work specified in the Redditch Borough Council Health & Safety policy.

    • To maintain an awareness and knowledge of changes in legislation that may affect schemes of work i.e. Health and Safety, Building regulations, Asbestos Awareness, Case Laws etc.

    • To exercise proper integrity and respect of confidential matters and personal information obtained during the execution of the duties of this post.

    • To promote an effective relationship between my client, it's tenants and the local community to pursue a high standard of quality of service.

    • To adopt high standards of personal and professional conduct in communication with the public, members and other officers.

    • To undertake such other duties commensurate with the experience of the post holder and the grading of the post.

    • To provide excellent repairs and maintenance services to customers in accordance with Redditch Borough Councils policies, procedures and service standards, including:

    • Delivery of all reactive, void property, service charge, and estate management maintenance activities

    • To assist the with the preparation of appropriate Tender & Contract Documentation

    • To ensure that all repairs and contracts are commenced, completed and inspected in accordance with agreed programmes and within budget.

    • To ensure that the quality of work by contractors appointed for reactive, void and service charge maintenance and service contracts is of the highest standard and complies with my clients requirements.

    • To liaise with Tenants, key stakeholders, tenancy officers and other departments directly affected by the works to ensure that they are fully aware of the initial proposals and any variations instructed during the course of the works.

    • To carry out void inspections and co-ordinate and supervise all necessary remedial works to return properties to a condition suitable for re-letting.

    Title: Building Surveyor

    Salary: £44 P/H Umbrella

    Location: West Midlands

list Quantity Surveyor

Up to £44 per hour Umbrella

MMP Consultancy currently has an opportunity for a Quantity Surveyor to join a local authority based in the West Midlands.

This will be a 6-9 Month Interim contract potentially to be extended paying £44 P/H Umbrella

The Role:

  • The post holder will be responsible for the development of appropriate contract documentation, procurement of goods, services and works contracts across Housing Property Services. With the delivery of these contracts the post holder is responsible for the financial measurement and valuation of works, preparing interim payments and final accounts together with all necessary project related financial reports.

Job Purpose:

  • To prepare contract documents (Tenders, Bills of Quantities, Work schedules, Specifications and Schedule of Rates) and to procure goods, services and works contracts. This will include participating in the evaluation of tenders and reporting on the outcome.
  • To undertake site measurement and the valuation of works undertaken including the preparation of payment notification and all relevant associated documentation.
  • To prepare and agree costs for variations and non-standard items of work.
  • To prepare, analyse and agree claims and final accounts.
  • To produce relevant financial reports for projects and contracts.
  • To maintain knowledge of standard methods of measurement and standard forms of contracts.
  • To assess, collate and present leaseholder contributions together with relevant service charges and conduct a review where required.
  • To assist and prepare any relevant returns associated with Government or Regulator requirements including external funding providers.

Title: Quantity Surveyor

Salary: £44 P/H Umbrella

Location: West Midlands

list Building Surveyor

Up to £44 per hour Umbrella

The Role:

  • To undertake extensive building contract administration, the preparation of legal contract tender documentation, specification, supervision and monitoring of capital contracts for Council owned Housing.

  • To carry out inspections of void and tenanted properties to agree work specifications.

  • To be responsible for the delivery of a customer focussed reactive maintenance service. Proactively engaging with residents to provide support, advice and interventions to ensure that properties are effectively maintained, all repairs are undertaken promptly and to high standards, contractors are monitored and supervised ensuring performance targets are achieved and high levels of customer satisfaction is attained

Job Purpose:

  • To undertake feasibility studies and stock condition surveys, and to prepare specifications and schedule of works for possible remedial works.

  • To provide regular updates of expenditure on capital budgets and performance of the services and to maintain financial and statistical records for all capital works including any special projects.

  • Monitor and supervise contractors to ensure an effective and efficient delivery of work/contract

  • To prepare and present regular progress and performance of contracts following monthly contract meetings

  • To be responsible for dealing with any customer complaints and undertaking the necessary action

  • To assist in the identification of properties and schemes requiring future planned maintenance programmes including carrying out stock condition surveys.

  • To carry out pre and post inspections of void properties and prepare detailed schedule of works for contractors, obtain necessary quotations in accordance with the Councils Corporate Procurement Rules

  • Carry out surveys of specialist projects/works and compile information to assist with the preparation of specifications and other contract documents, including measured surveys.

  • To ensure compliance with all statutory requirements and respond quickly to actions arising from the Council's legal obligations, .e.g. Section 82's and Section 11 requirements

  • To work in compliance with appropriate legislation including Financial Regulations, Corporate Procurement Rules, Data Protection Act and the Standing Orders of Redditch Borough Council.

  • To carry out all duties with a working knowledge of Health and Safety whilst adhering to the safe systems of work specified in the Redditch Borough Council Health & Safety policy.

  • To maintain an awareness and knowledge of changes in legislation that may affect schemes of work i.e. Health and Safety, Building regulations, Asbestos Awareness, Case Laws etc.

  • To exercise proper integrity and respect of confidential matters and personal information obtained during the execution of the duties of this post.

  • To promote an effective relationship between my client, it's tenants and the local community to pursue a high standard of quality of service.

  • To adopt high standards of personal and professional conduct in communication with the public, members and other officers.

  • To undertake such other duties commensurate with the experience of the post holder and the grading of the post.

  • To provide excellent repairs and maintenance services to customers in accordance with Redditch Borough Councils policies, procedures and service standards, including:

  • Delivery of all reactive, void property, service charge, and estate management maintenance activities

  • To assist the with the preparation of appropriate Tender & Contract Documentation

  • To ensure that all repairs and contracts are commenced, completed and inspected in accordance with agreed programmes and within budget.

  • To ensure that the quality of work by contractors appointed for reactive, void and service charge maintenance and service contracts is of the highest standard and complies with my clients requirements.

  • To liaise with Tenants, key stakeholders, tenancy officers and other departments directly affected by the works to ensure that they are fully aware of the initial proposals and any variations instructed during the course of the works.

  • To carry out void inspections and co-ordinate and supervise all necessary remedial works to return properties to a condition suitable for re-letting.

Title: Building Surveyor

Salary: £44 P/H Umbrella

Location: West Midlands