Job Description


Property Compliance Surveyor inside IR35

My Client, a prestigious Local Authority in West London, seeks a Property Compliance Surveyor for a contract role to undertake a wide range of Building Surveying, Enforcement Inspections and related Project Management duties.You will need to have a proven background as a Property Compliance Surveyor within a Public Sector environment, and be available to start within 1 week of offer, a car is not essentialKey knowledge and qualifications:Degree or Surveying qualification
Demonstrate relevant experience gained in a social housing context.
Evidence of continued professional development.
Desirable - Chartered Status & member of RICS, RIBA, CIOB or equivalent
Experience in the preparation of party wall awards
Experience in undertaking building surveying, including undertaking inspections, diagnosing defects, identifying breaches in lease and building standards, specifying remedial works.
Experience in working with and leading a wide range of stakeholders within a Public Sector Context.
Excellent customer care skills with an ability to translate complex information making it easily understood
Experience of Project Management of complex remedial works.
Experience contributing to a fee earning business unit.
Experience of building surveying methods, procedures and processes
Commercial awareness and experience in supporting a fee earning business
Knowledge of Party Wall legislation and experience of preparing party wall notices
Knowledge & experience of Building Regulations
Knowledge & experience of CDM regulations and their application in managing works
Knowledge of Right to Buy principles and methods for undertaking Right to Buy surveys.
General understanding of tenancy terms and leasehold conditions relating to building fabric.
Knowledge and understanding of the Equalities Act 2010
Experience and evidence of collaborative working and partnering
Ability to use a wide range of IT packages Excel, WordThe role involves the following:Assist the Property Compliance Team with:Determination of landlord’s licence applications for alterations
Determination of remedies in the event of breaches of lease and/or tenancy obligations
Party wall matters
Rights to light
Right to buy
Scaffold licences upon Council land
Site inspectionsProvide professional and technical advice and reports on all matters within the functionality of the service, including undertaking the role of professional or expert witness at hearings, adjudications and legal proceedings etc.Oversee the project management and preparation of design requirements, specifications, and the preparation of building related drawings to satisfy all regulations, standards and codes of practice, for the purpose of repair and refurbishment to council owned buildings.Carry out Project Management duties and ensure responsibilities in respect of the CDM Regulations 2015 are fully met ensuring that partners are competent to carry out their responsibilities under the CDM legislationOversee the preparation of specifications for one off capital projects and remedial works.Consult with customers about remedial works and ensure that the contractors resident liaison function meets diverse customer’s needs in the preparation and delivery of works.Maintain and update relevant Quality Assurance systems/procedures/processes.Act as Contract Administrator for small programme of remedial works contracts to ensure effective contractual and technical monitoring of contractors performance.Contribute to the development of policy, practice, procedures and service planning for Asset Management and Property Services and participate in projects, working groups, service developments, audits and reviews as directed.Maintain own up to date knowledge of legislation, advances in technology and best practice relating to the functionality of this post and ensure that it is translated into action.Build and maintain effective and productive working relationships with all internal and external stakeholders.Monitor and report on performance to ensure that services meet performance, contractual compliance, quality and budgetary targets.Take corrective action if they fall out of target.Responsible for financial performance of allocated projects of remedial works ensuring that projects are delivered on time and in budget. Agree final accounts and applications for payments with contractors, liaising with quantity surveying services as requiredAuthorise and process requests for cost variations and invoices and ensure that all orders
and Invoices are processed in line with the Council’s Standing Orders and FinancialRegulations so that all expenditure is committed, tracked and monitored against target, actual
and forecasted budgets.Provide information as required to colleagues to support budgetary andPerformance monitoring, Health and Safety reporting, statutory and regulatory returns, audits and self- assessments.Please only apply if you have the required qualifications and experience. This is a contract role and is inside IR35Resourcing Group is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy