Graduate Building Surveyor

35000.00 - 35000.00 GBP Annual + Excellent benefits
13 Jul 2021
10 Aug 2021
Start Date
We have two wonderful Permanent opportunities to join this organisation as their Graduate Building Surveyor/Asset Surveyor with a starting salary of 35,000 per annum.

This is an excellent opportunity offering development and support through RICS and in gaining your APC.

We're looking for a committed and motivated Building Asset Surveyor to work closely with the Asset Intelligence Team and support the Head of Asset Management in delivering a high-quality surveying service to our organisation. You'll be undertaking detailed asset condition surveys to inform long term investment decisions and build annual programmes of works. Especially with regard to post Grenfell issues and tall blocks.

You will play a key role in ensuring that the organisation collects and maintains accurate and comprehensive asset data in order to inform central government returns and long-term investment decisions. You will be expected to carry out condition and inspections to properties both internally and externally.

The majority of the works will be validation of the condition for component replacements such as kitchens and bathrooms, roofing and window renewals. You will be assessing what work needs to be done and then passing this information over to the Asset Intelligence Team through agreed process of data transfer. You will also be expected to carry out an external envelope assessment, recording of building height as per AD B2 and record percentage of the external building material through non-intrusive surveys.

Other duties will include asset checks, property maintenance assessment, planning and scheduling feedback, identifying Health and Safety Issues, pre/ post inspections, accurate logging of HHSRS Surveys and SAP updates, producing photographic images of all surveys, measuring spaces raising non-compliances and document control. The ability to travel is essential, coupled with excellent client facing communication skills.

Our Client is a registered social landlord, managing circa 7,000 homes in London and Hertfordshire. They provide affordable housing in their communities as well as related care and support services to the people who live in them

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