Hudson is currently working in partnership with a Third Sector organisation to source a highly motivated Maintenance Surveyor to join their existing property team on a contract basis.
To deliver a Repairs & Maintenance service to the client and associated stakeholders.
To carry out maintenance and property inspections
To take a lead role in the delivery of a Planned Maintenance multi-property Programme
To undertake ad-hoc inspections of properties for purposes of pre-acquisition, post works, dispute resolution or quality control
Management of maintenance contracts covering planned and reactive services, ensuring delivery within budgetary limits, and all relevant Health & Safety requirements are met.
Responding to emergency / urgent issues as they arise, managing these situations to satisfactory conclusion
To advise the Estates Manager and internal clients on matters relating to minor repairs, maintenance and alterations
Support colleagues located in diverse locations
To ensure that all works are carried out in accordance with legislative requirements, industry best practice
The post holder will be expected to have :
A proven record of maintenance inspections, defect diagnosis and repair management to occupied buildings, especially residential
A working knowledge of The Equality Act 2010 and experience of carrying out Access Audits
An understanding of statutory compliance and health and safety issues as they affect property
A working knowledge of the CDM Regulations 2015
Experience of delivering Planned Maintenance Programmes to a multi-property, occupied portfolio
Qualifications would include any of the following :
Full membership of the RICS (Building Surveying).
Full membership of the Chartered Institute of Building.
HND in relevant property related subject.
A relevant property related degree.
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