Your new company
Your new company is a leading provider of total facilities' management across the Southwest region, offering a suite of bespoke services to the public sector including structural surveys and condition reports, building surveying, project management and estates management. You will work for an employer who are truly passionate about improving peoples lives, aiming to provide a good quality, value for money service, whilst generating a strong financial return for public sector partners.
Your new role
You will utilise your technical building surveying skill-set in order to undertake structural surveys, specifically within an education setting. Your role will include visiting a numeber of schools and education buildings across the county of Devon, before undertaking a condition survey to include inspection of RAAC (reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete) concrete - identifying any risk or health & safety concerns before producing a report with your findings, and making recommendations on proposed works.
What you'll need to succeed
In order to succeed in this role, you will need to have a strong background in building surveying and / or structural engineering. It will have been beneficial to have previously undertaken roles within an estates setting (school, higher education, local authority, charity) as a Surveyor, ideally involved in defect diagnosis or producing schedules of condition.
What you'll get in return
In return, you will receive an initial contract with up to three months initial duration, with possibility of further extension from this point. You'll receive an hourly rate of pay of up to £40 per hour, paid to you on a weekly basis. Flexible contracts and part-time working will be considered.
What you need to do now
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