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Building Surveyor

Posted 6 March by Adecco UK Limited Easy Apply Ended
Adecco are currently recruiting for a Building Surveyor for Cheshire Constabulary to undertake the condition and schedule of dilapidation surveys, and then use this data to assist with the formation of five year planned maintenance programmes to ensure buildings are safe and fit for purpose.

This role is for 6 months from the initial start date with a pay rate of £17.90p.hr as a PAYE Employee or £22.83p.hr. via Umbrella Company.

The successful applicant will be expected to:

* Carry out core building surveying activities, for example, dilapidation reports (interim, final terminal to include Scott schedule preparation and expert witness duties), various surveys (pre-acquisition, condition, utilisation, Asbestos, Structural, Capital Allowance, Space rationalisation), repair schedules, risk appraisals, insurance valuations etc.

* Be responsible for the site management of all planned maintenance and improvement projects ensuring that schemes are completed in a timely manner (in conjunction with the project surveyors programme), within budget and to the required standards. Understand and take ownership of project risks.

* Manage the Building Regulation and Planning applications.

* Manage the safety of work carried out by staff/contractors in accordance with the Health & Safety at Work Act.

* Draft terms of reference, estimate costs and resource requirements, and produce project initiation documents for corporate projects to ensure that all work is accurately scoped and sized and presented.

* Prepare contract documents and invitations to tender for work, evaluate bids, negotiate variations and report on submitted tenders.

* Manage framework/external consultants, staff and contractors, monitoring their performance, make site visits, chairing/attending project progress meetings and carry out inspections of works to ensure quality standards are achieved.

* Contribute to the compilation of Estates and Property Services guidance notes, H & S manuals, good practice building notes ensuring that information is relevant and visible to appropriate staff.

* Liaise with the Facilities Management Team to assess the impact of Estates management work on their services, working together to deliver continuous service improvement.

* Provide guidance, advice and assistance with fire evacuation plans and fire safety documentation and other inspections as required (incl. fire and false alarm investigations).

This role is offered subject to a background check.

In order to be considered for this position, please either apply directly to this advert, or contact Amy at Adecco on .

Adecco is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy. The Adecco Group UK & Ireland is an Equal Opportunities Employer.

Reference: 34614666

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