Building Control Surveyor

  • £ 30000.00 - £ 40000.00 per annum
Building Control Surveyor    
Location - North London    
About    
Our innovative commercial model was set up in 2013 and brings together the best of public and private sector delivery. Our services include; Planning and development management, building control, land charges, environmental health, trading standards and licensing, cemetery and crematorium, highways, regeneration and strategic planning. Our aim is to create places where people want to invest, live, work and play.  
Role & Responsibilities  
Prime responsibility for taking decisions on all aspects of Dangerous Structures and responding within 2-hour target time. When necessary to work in accordance with the emergency plan and liaise with other departments of the Council and outside bodies to achieve removal of the dangerous structure. Complete call out reports, issue and serve any required notices.
  • Ensure that all works controlled under the Building Regulations and associated legislation are undertaken in such a manner as to comply with substantive provisions.
  • Provide professional advice and guidance to all users of the service and recommend innovative and practical solutions to complex building regulation queries.
  • Ensure unauthorised work is brought into compliance and lead on any necessary enforcement action under the Building Regulations and Building Act.
As the successful Building control surveyor you are likely to have:  
Essential experience.
  • Previous successful experience in a building control section of a local authority or similar organisation processing complex building regulation applications; enforcing and remedying breaches.
  • Good knowledge of current building control legislation, guidance and issues relevant to the post specifically and the service generally.
  • Understanding of LABC initiatives such as the Partner Authority and Type Approval schemes.
  • Practical understanding of the implications of Health and Safety legislation particularly in relation to personal safety and the safety of others
Desirable experience.
  • Relevant building degree.
  • Full driving licence and personal transport.
  • Able to make site inspections including ability to climb ladders.
Rewards & Benefits      
In return we will give you an opportunity to earn up to £40,000 along with a competitive company package.  
How to apply      
Apply now by sending your CV to Richard De-la-haye at R.delahaye@englandassociates.co.uk.           
 

Highways Inspector

  • £ 30000.00 - £ 30000.00 per annum
Highways Inspector
Location - North London  
About  
Our innovative commercial model was set up in 2013 and brings together the best of public and private sector delivery. Our services include; Planning and development management, building control, land charges, environmental health, trading standards and licensing, cemetery and crematorium, highways, regeneration and strategic planning. Our aim is to create places where people want to invest, live, work and play.
Role & Responsibilities
We are looking for Highways Inspectors undertaking Safety Inspections, Auditing of Contractors Works, Insurance Inspections and Crossover functions in order to effectively and efficiently meet the Councils Network Management duties.
  • To operate within a team of Highway Inspectors undertaking Safety Inspections, Insurance Inspections and Crossover functions in order to effectively and efficiently meet the Councils Network Management duties.
  • To assist the Senior Highways Inspector to ensure that the Inspections and other operations are carried out in accordance with documented procedures and in compliance with recommended codes of practice and to agreed time scales.
  • Ensure the cost effective and efficient co-ordination of required works identified through the inspections including making effective use of internal resources and external contractors as needed.
  • Effectively oversee the works carried out by third party contractors and the Authority to ensure compliance with regard to instructions, specifications, time scales and quality of works.
As the successful Highways Inspector you are likely to have:
Essential experience.
  • NRSWA Supervision
  • Proven track record of monitoring highway works
  • Good knowledge of current legislation
  • An understanding of specialist highway IT packages used for highway network management
  • Ability to engage with Senior Officials internally and within Partner/Contractor/Utility organisations
Desirable experience.
  • Experience of using IT software including Microsoft Word, Excel and Project
  • Some experience in highway engineering and/or management
  • Member/associate member of a professional institution
  • Substantial experience in local government
  • Experience of supervising contractors
  • Member/associate member of a professional institution
Rewards & Benefits    
In return we will give you an opportunity to earn up to £30,000 along with a competitive company package.
How to apply    
Apply now by sending your CV to Richard De-la-haye at R.delahaye@englandassociates.co.uk.         

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