Regional Building Surveyor

Other, Project Management, Trades & Services
Salary Details
£39,031 (Inc London Allowance)
Contract Type
Hours per Week
Closing Date
Sense has an exciting opportunity for someone to join our Property Team as a Regional Building Surveyor. This is a full time role working 37.5 hours per week.

Job Description

Your role will be to manage, within a particular region, Sense’s property portfolio in accordance with Sense’s policy and Estates principles & the principles of good property / estate management; providing advice and guidance on property related matters to the optimum benefit of Sense. 

To contribute to the development and delivery of estates projects within the region.

To contribute to the wider work of the Estates team. 

Duties and responsibilities include:

  • To manage the property portfolio within the region
  • Preparation of specifications and drawings for planned maintenance, minor refurbishment, and capital projects.
  • Advising on reactive and compliance maintenance issues.
  • Undertaking pre-acquisition surveys and compliance inspections
  • New Property  Development
  • Health and safety
  • Compliance
  • PPM / Cyclical Renewals / Annual Inspections
  • Budget preparation

Key skills and experience required:

  • Degree in Building Surveying/HND/HNC.
  • Work experience in a Building Surveying role.
  • Good IT skills and preferably AutoCAD.
  • Car driver and willing to travel when required. 
  • Experience of interpreting and applying safety legislation 
  • Proven experience of commercial property management 

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Company Description

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