Our client, based in Cumbria, is currently recruiting for a Building Control Manager on a permanent basis. The position boasts numerous benefits such as an attractive relocation package, generous annual leave entitlement and pension scheme, Flexi working scheme and Holiday purchase. The position is due to start as soon as possible on a full time basis, and the salary is extremely competitive.
The ideal candidate must be a corporate member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), Chartered Association of Building Engineers or have similar knowledge and experience of Asbestos and managing contractors. They must have a full UK driver’s license.
Duties will include (but not limited to):
* Manage a team, ensuring that processes are adhered to in a timely manner
* Examine building design plans, structural calculations, and technical specifications of works
* Act as a first point of contact for the team and main accounts
* Complete inspections of works on the site throughout the construction process
* Initiate the receipt and invoicing of building regulations charges
* Assess potential dangerous structures and buildings, to initiate and supervise remedial works or demolition
* Lead and manage the building control Service in accordance with the outlined business plan and also the professional mandatory and statutory standards including Health, Safety and Welfare
* Coordinate recruitment and staffing issues as necessary
* Promote and encourage use of the Local Authority Building Control service, including associated products and business partners
Knowledge/Skills/Experience/Expertise (delete as appropriate) required:
* Corporate member of the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS)
* Member of the Chartered Association of Building Engineers (or similar)
* Experience of Asbestos and managing contractors
For further information on the position, please contact Emily Reynolds or Molly Haley on 0161-341 0147 or please email enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
James Andrews is acting as an employment agency and business in relation to this role.
KEYWORDS: Building Control; Local Authority; Public Sector; Council