Salary – circa £28,000 – £29,600 including car allowance
Hours – 37 hours per week
Contract – Permanent
Would you like to work for a successful local housing association with a rich heritage and passion for providing quality housing and services for people in later life?
Due to an internal promotion we are looking for a Repairs Surveyor to join us to ensure we continue to deliver excellent customer service to our residents. Key responsibilities include:-
- Contributing to the repairs and maintenance programme for the association.
- Contributing to the delivery of the cyclical works programmes for the association.
- Carry out pre and post inspections of routine repairs, maintenance, cyclical works and potential insurance works as required.
- Leading on the Grounds maintenance contract.
- Carrying out stock condition surveys.
- Ensuring our agents and contractors are aware of the statutory framework and auditing the work to ensure it complies.
- Undertaking void property inspections. Responsible for updating stock condition information, preparing schedules of work / specifications and ensuring works are undertaken within pre-determined limits.
- Liaising with local authorities to provide DFG works to PFH properties.
- Liaising with residents and providing advice, updates and support on repairs and maintenance works.
The ideal candidate will have:-
- Qualification in Construction / Building Studies with over 3 years’ relevant experience.
- Health & Safety related qualification (IOSH) is desirable but not essential.
- Good knowledge of building practice to enable defect identification and production of specifications.
- Experience of project management including maintaining a budget.
- A strong desire to deliver and maintain excellent customer service.
- Excellent working knowledge and experience of both Microsoft packages and a customer management information database (e.g. Kypera)
- A confident decision maker with demonstrable commercial awareness and the ability to build good working relationships with residents, contractors and staff.
- Own vehicle and a clean driving license is essential for this role.
Our workforce is fundamental to our success with a drive to deliver quality services to our residents. So, if you have the above qualities please forward your CV with a supporting statement detailing how you meet the essential criteria and what attracted you to this position along with a completed equalities form which can be found on our website to email@example.com.
For an informal discussion with regards the role please contact Martin Sherman or Darren Shreeve on 01482 223783.
Applications are to be received no later than 9am: Monday, 15 April 2019
PFH is an Equal Opportunities employer and values diversity in the workplace. We welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, disability, religion/beliefs or age.
We are committed to safeguarding vulnerable adults; therefore, clearance from the Disclosure and Barring Service is required prior to appointment.
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