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JOB TITLE - DIGITAL SURVEYOR
LOCATION - LONDON (CAMDEN)
DURATION - 12 MONTHS

We're looking for a Digital Surveyor to join our Digital Surveying team. As a Digital Surveyor, you will be responsible for capturing key data and imagery of properties to allow us to create digital assets for our customers. Your captures will take you out and about in London and you will be responsible for representing our brand with all those you will interact with. You will use industry-leading hardware along with propriety software to capture data so an interest in technology is a plus.

As a Digital Surveyor, you will:

  • Travel around London to measure and document spaces with our 360° scanner.
  • Think creatively to spot opportunities for beautiful imagery that make use of space and light.
  • Act as our brand ambassador, connecting with our customers and their clients to provide excellent customer experience.
  • Plan your time effectively to meet daily targets.
  • Offer regular updates and insights to your senior digital surveyor and customer support team.

REQUIREMENTS

You will be an outgoing, practical person who thinks on your feet, is eager to learn, and always steps up to take responsibility. Our promise is to deliver high-quality experiences "on time every time", so you'll be a good planner with strong organisational skills. You'll have a positive attitude, sharp attention to detail and bags of creative ideas to improve how we do things.

You must:

  • Be at least 21 years old with a full UK Driving Licence
  • Be comfortable being based from home and working on the road.
  • Be confident speaking to members of the public, and fluent in English.
  • Be numerate with self-organisation and time management skills.
  • Be smart, presentable and professional.
  • Have a degree in a relevant discipline (surveying, photography, engineering or related).
  • Be willing to travel around London using a moped or motorised scooter (this will be provided as part of the role in addition to basic CBT training).

Ideally, you:

  • Have experience in photography or property surveying.
  • Have property photographic and/or survey experience.
  • Digitally literate and excited by technology.
  • Full, clean UK driving licence.

We're a diverse bunch and we recognise the value having a range of different experiences and perspectives brings to our team, so we actively welcome applications from everyone, regardless of race, gender, disability, religion/belief, sexual orientation or age. We are happy to consider applicants with a range of experience, if you have recently graduated from university or looking for a new and exciting challenge please don't hesitate to apply!

.*Ajilon Consultant*

You will be an integral part of Ajilon (Adecco), a FTSE500 Global organisation with over 52 clients and sole supplier to the biggest organisations in the country and the world. You will be a permanent employee onsite with our client where you will receive a regular salary, annual bonus payment, pension contributions, holiday and sick pay, plus a number of additional benefits such as medical insurance, income protection, critical illness and life insurance, access to our discounted benefits website and library of online training materials and future career and certification opportunities.

This great opportunity is being offered on a PAYE basis which means a LTD/Umbrella company cannot be used.

If you think you have the experience and you would like to become a permanent employee of this fast-growing business unit within Ajilon please apply with your CV right now for instant consideration.

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Planning Officer - Development management - 6-month Contract - West Midlands - remote working

G2 are currently working with a local authority based in the West midlands who are looking to hire a planning officer on an initial 6-month contract.

The role is predominately working from home with the occasional site visit, so holding a driving license and having your own car would be beneficial. IT equipment will be provided by the council.

Requirements:

  • Household and Minor applications experience
  • Planning validations experience
  • Listed Building Consents
  • Experience of using UNIFORM IT system.

Interviews for the position will take place next week and will be conducted by Microsoft Teams.

The role is inside of IR35.

To apply for this role, contact Elliot or email an up to date CV

Alternatively, if this role is not for you please do contact me for any none advertised roles we have throughout the UK.

g2 Recruitment are committed to equality of opportunity for all applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships or any other characteristic protected by law.

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  • £300.00 - £400.00

My NHS client is looking for an experienced Head of Estates with NHS experience.

The Head of Estates is responsible for the day to day running of the estates and maintenance division across the trust. This involves overseeing all statutory compliance requirements and ensuring that the trust is receiving value for money with regards to how FM and Estates Management is being delivered. You will be responsible for designing and implementing a strategy that is aligned with the needs of the trust and ultimately one that is successful in allowing the trust to function at its optimum level. This will involve modernising existing systems as well as implementing new systems particularly with regards to tracking and reporting on statutory compliance. You will oversee a large team of professionals who are responsible for the day to day maintenance of the estate and you will need to manage, motivate and recruit accordingly to ensure that the team are both adequately staffed, trained and equipped to carry out their day jobs.

To be considered for this Head of Estates position you will need to demonstrate good leadership experience and have lead and managed a maintenance strategy and team across a technical environment. Experience within a healthcare environment would be advantageous but other backgrounds will certainly be considered.

Any questions give Jonny a call.

Vivid Resourcing are committed to equality of opportunity for all applications from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief and marriage and civil partnerships or any other characteristic protected by law.

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  • £9.36 - £10.50/hour
Facilities Assistant Winchester, Hampshire £9 - £10.50ph, depending on payment method Afternoons/evening shifts White Knight are delighted to be working with a local company to provide a Facilities Assistant on temporary basis. This position will be working the late shift, between 1-9pm. Duties include: Supporting the delivery of defined customer focussed, effective, safe, clean and secure FM services Reception, post room and general office functions including maintenance of FM information systems, enquiry handling, room bookings and portering duties. Provide support for building maintenance, security and events management. Occasional lifting and manual handling, movement of stationery and office equipment between office locations. May require driving around the complex and handling of confidential information. Required skills/experience: GCSEs or equivalent NVQs including Maths and English Basic IT skills Effective written and oral communication skills Valid UK Driving license If you are interested in applying for this position, or would like to find out more, please apply now or contact Ellie at White Knight Recruitment on (url removed)
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Housing & Support Officer Respect, empowerment, responsibility and excellence. These are our values and they guide all we do. Transform Housing & Support helps people to reach their goals and live independent and fulfilling lives. We provide housing, support and care for more than 2,000 people each year, in Surrey, West Sussex, Berkshire, Hampshire and south west London. Transform is a place where people make a difference to our clients, feel valued and have fun. Position: Housing & Support Officer Location: Walton-on-Thames (KT12) Job type: Full time, 12 Months Fixed Term Contract Hours: 39 hours per week Salary: £21,250 per annum + sleep in allowances + benefits About the role: Our Elmbridge team delivers services to a diverse client group including young people, people with learning disabilities or mental health problems, and people with a history of homelessness. Acting as a key worker to named clients, you will be involved in everything from assisting clients to acquire daily living skills and play an active role in their own futures, liaising with professionals from a variety of agencies, day to day property management, making applications for welfare and housing benefits and maintaining accurate and up to date records, so you can expect plenty of variety. About you: Ideally you will have six months’ experience of working with at least one of the client groups supported by the team, as well as knowledge of supported housing and the benefits system. Above all, you must be keen to learn fast and make a real difference, be highly organised, methodical and team-spirited. Open to trainees No experience of working in Supported Housing? Don’t be put off – if you have the desire and aptitude for helping people change their lives, we will be able to consider taking you on initially as a Trainee. (Starting salary £20,000 pa + sleep in allowances + benefits.) Enhanced DBS clearance will also be required. You may have experience of the following: Support Worker, Housing, Vulnerable People, Charities, Social Worker, Community Development, Volunteer, Housing Support Worker, Challenging Behaviour, Third Sector, Residential Care Worker, Charity, Voluntary Sector etc. Ref: 93521
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Housing & Support Officer - Higher Needs Respect, empowerment, responsibility and excellence. These are our values and they guide all we do. Transform Housing & Support helps people to reach their goals and live independent and fulfilling lives. We provide housing, support and care for more than 2,000 people each year, in Surrey, West Sussex, Berkshire, Hampshire and south west London. Transform is a place where people make a difference to our clients, feel valued and have fun. Position: Housing & Support Officer Location: Walton-on-Thames (KT12) Job type: Full time, 24 Month Fixed Term Contract Hours: 39 hours per week Salary: £21,250 per annum + £1,500 pa extra responsibility allowance + sleep in allowances + benefits About the role: Our Elmbridge team delivers services to a diverse client group including young people, people with learning disabilities or mental health problems, and people with a history of homelessness. Acting as a key worker to named clients, you will be involved in everything from assisting clients to acquire daily living skills and play an active role in their own futures, liaising with professionals from a variety of agencies, day to day property management, making applications for welfare and housing benefits and maintaining accurate and up to date records, so you can expect plenty of variety. About you: Ideally you will have six months’ experience of working with at least one of the client groups supported by the team, as well as knowledge of supported housing and the benefits system. Above all, you must be keen to learn fast and make a real difference, be highly organised, methodical and team-spirited. Open to trainees No experience of working in Supported Housing? Don’t be put off – if you have the desire and aptitude for helping people change their lives, we will be able to consider taking you on initially as a Trainee. (Starting salary £20,000 pa + sleep in allowances + benefits.) Enhanced DBS clearance will also be required. You may have experience of the following: Support Worker, Housing, Vulnerable People, Charities, Social Worker, Community Development, Volunteer, Housing Support Worker, Challenging Behaviour, Third Sector, Residential Care Worker, Charity, Voluntary Sector etc. Ref: 93522
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MMP Consultancy are working with a Housing Provider based in London to recruit a Compliance Officer to join them on a temporary contract. Working as part of the wider Property Services team to ensure the business meets its statutory landlord compliance obligations in areas including gas safety, water safety, asbestos, fire safety, electrical safety and lift maintenance. Responsibilities: Providing support to the department in relation to Compliance matters Dealing with data processing, service contract administration, sickness/absence admin, providing telephone cover, timely and effective record keeping, diary management, arranging meetings, producing and circulating minutes, booking training and events, maintaining and archiving filing systems, and assisting in the smooth running of the department Supporting with the collation, presentation, and analysis of KPI's Scheduling pre and post-inspections of actions; monitoring the process; liaising with the consultants and contractors to provide essential updates; identifying and escalating obstructions to progress; archiving records and updating systems Skills Required: Previous experience of working within property Compliance Excellent working administration and data experience Proven experience of using multiple databases, spread sheets and analysing large quantities of data Excellent communication skills Experience of working within the social housing sector and experience in a compliance/data monitoring and reporting
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Our client is looking for an experience Chartered Building Surveyor to support the delivery given growth in workload in their borough.  The successful candidate will possess the following skills, qualifications and experience Degree qualified in a related discipline. A chartered member of the CIOB or RICS with a minimum 3 years post qualification experience would be advantageous in the role. A CSCS yellow card holder is a prerequisite for this role. Knowledge and experience of estates maintenance and surveying work in non-domestic properties including diagnosis of defects and detailed report writing, preparation of drawings and specifications of work for tender, planned maintenance programmes, management of contracts and condition surveys, Schedules of dilapidations, preferably within the public sector. At least 3 years’ experience of project management. (MAPM or similar qualified preferred) An understanding of the National schedule of rates (NSR) and their application to works. A working knowledge of grounds maintenance. Knowledge of service level agreements. Able to manage multiple projects and clients at any one time. Knowledge of health and safety legislation relating to non-domestic buildings including fire safety, asbestos, control of legionella, gas and electricity regulations. Knowledge of CDM 2015 Regulations and an understanding of all duty holders’ responsibilities. Please contact us ASAP for further details.  Scantec Personnel Limited is acting as an employment business and an employment agency. For contract or interim roles (and unless otherwise stated), all pay rates stated are on a Limited Company basis (outside IR35 Determination). Agency PAYE and Umbrella engagement models are also available, which will result in a different pay rate than advertised above. Due to the high volume of applications Scantec receives it is not always possible to acknowledge every application. Shortlisted applicants will be contacted within 28 days. If you don’t hear from us within 28 days your application has not been shortlisted at this time, to be considered for future vacancies please register with us on our website
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  • £38000 - £41000/annum
I am working with a financially strong Housing Association who are looking for an IT Partner to cover for maternity leave for 14 months. It is crucial in this business to have the right business systems in order to deliver upon their strategic objectives, in particular their digital agenda. Your role is to ensure that the business delivers an IT offer that meets customer and colleague needs. You will support the successful delivery of core housing and scheduling systems to provide functionality and performance that customers and colleagues require. You will also support the Lead Business Partner (Architecture and Digital) in the development of the technical solutions necessary to achieve the organisation's ambition of having 80% of customer-initiated transactions undertaken online. Key duties in this role: Understand the needs of the business and help ensure core systems meet those needs Maintenance, configuration, and upgrading of core housing and scheduling systems Support on the specification and implementation of new functionality for core housing and scheduling systems Support on the technical development of a high-quality digital experience for colleagues in line with road-map for redesign and digitisation Support the effective management of housing management digital platform, in line with overall digital solution Provide technical resolutions to issues with core systems Support relationships with key technology partners Key skills and experience needed: Configuration and maintenance of core housing management systems (e.g., Northgate and Kirona) Ability to build relationships with the business Ability to support customer platform Attention to detail Approachable and friendly If you think that this role suits you then please apply! Alternatively, if this role is not right for you but you are on the market at the moment then please do drop me an email and I will see what I can do to help. (url removed)
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Job Title: Tenancy Support Manager Location: Sevenoaks, TN13 (Can agree with manager some working from home as a result of Covid, but successful applicant will be required in office also) Contract Type: 6 month FTC Salary: £33,340 per annum Work Pattern: Monday to Thursday 8.45 - 5.15 and Friday 8.45 - 4.45 Start Date: ASAP Closing date for application: 9.00 am on Monday 20 July Key Responsibilities: *Lead and develop a high quality tenancy sustainment service that has a positive impact across the housing offer. *Continuously improve the service, through monitoring and reporting against performance measures. Provide regular performance reports to Executive Team. *Manage, motivate and develop the team to deliver consistently outstanding performance. *Develop established services and expand the business through collaborative working with partners, stakeholders and commissioners. *Lead on managing the partnering contract for Facilities Grants. *Deliver value for money in the management of the telecare lifeline contract ensuring our residents embrace technology to support their independence and become self-reliant *Deliver on the contractual requirements of the support and management contracts relating to tenancy sustainment. *Deliver the vision for tenants by supporting the strategy to transform accommodation for older persons. *Establish effective internal and external partnership relationships to further services. *Support positive outcomes in the management of empty homes, arrears and community safety through collaboration with colleagues *Lead and develop the team to achieve positive outcomes for a range of vulnerable customers Essential Criteria: *Knowledge of current issues, legislation and best practice in relation to services for vulnerable clients *Experience of delivering a positive customer focussed service *Experience of undertaking risk assessments and proven communication, interpersonal and written skills adaptable to all audiences, including the ability to write reports for senior management *Proficiency in using and developing mainframe and other IT software to a good level *Experience of managing teams in a pressured environment to achieve excellent outcomes and making a positive difference *Track record of creating, setting up, delivering new initiatives to support vulnerable tenants *Ability to analyse and report on complex data to support performance management and policy decision making *Experience of negotiating skills to support effective contract management and dispute resolution *Ability to lead projects and support culture change programmes, motivating staff during periods of evolutionary change *Understanding of housing management *Self-motivated to work independently and with the ability to self-manage own learning *Experience at establishing effective relationships with stakeholders to further services *Experience of applying equality and diversity principles in all situations and tailor services according to need If you are interested in this position and meet the above criteria, please send you CV now for consideration. If you require any additional information regarding the position, please call Ryan at Service Care Solutions on (phone number removed) or send an E-Mail to (url removed)
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