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St Albans
£39,516 - £43,447 per year (plus car allowance), plus up to 18.5% employer pension contribution
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Windsor, Berkshire
£55000 - £60000 per annum
Job description
Senior Building Surveyor

Section / Branch: Property
Location: Windsor 
Contract/recruitment type: Permanent
Starting salary: £55,000 – £60,000 per annum, dependent on experience
Hours of work: 37.5 per week, plus occasional weekend working and on-call work (for which there is a team rota)

About the role

It's building a sustainable future for world famous historic buildings

It’s inspiring the changes behind the traditions. And it’s the pride in leading a team at the heart of a world famous institution. 

The size, complexity and heritage of the residences will present you with some truly fascinating, and often unique, challenges.

Joining the Windsor team, you'll be responsible for organisation and management of their cyclical programme of maintenance: a wide range of operational activities, which are a combination of planned and reactive works across the estate.

From identifying refurbishment needs to advising on renovation projects, you’ll take on the end-to-end management of a range of works, varying in scope and scale.

Every day, like every project, will be different. You'll have oversight of maintenance schedules, compliance and risk, budget management and stakeholder relationships and be responsible for driving works through to completion.

You’ll also play a key role in the development and improvement of their new Computer Aided Facility Management System, ensuring all data recorded is accurate, all with a view to improving their asset management and customer experience.

And you'll ensure the team around you are engaged, motivated and delivering works to the highest standard, and within deadlines. These daily challenges will be vital to the continued running of their historic Estates.

But maintenance and conservation is only half the story. With every new project, you’ll take a strategic view, identifying new ways to improve their working practices and property maintenance.

About you

As a Chartered Building Surveyor with substantial experience within an environment of occupied spaces, and an understanding of what an exceptional ‘visitor experience’ looks like, you're the expert they're looking for.

Experience of managing and maintaining historic buildings would also prove an asset, but it’s not essential.

You know how to lead projects and maintenance works, considering statutory compliance and risk, whilst also being aware of cost control and contract management.

You’ll also have experience and be aware of the benefits of using a CAFM system as a tool for property management, and can share your knowledge with others.

Your focus on customer service will be clear in everything that you do, and as an effective communicator, you can quickly build positive relationships with colleagues and external contractors alike.

Highly organised, you'll be confident managing a number of different projects and planned and reactive maintenance requirements, with multiple deadlines across the estate.

At your best working as part of a team, you’ll bring great people management and contractor leadership skills.

You’re a logical and innovative problem solver too, able to suggest pragmatic solutions and keep calm under pressure.

Computer literate and with strong administrative skills, you'll be able to use Microsoft tools and CAD software to deliver your varied workload.

What’s more, with a naturally collaborative approach, you'll enjoy leading in-house and contractor teams to deliver the exceptional.

Interview date
1st stage interviews will be held virtually within the week commencing 8th November. 2nd stage interviews will be held face-to-face within the week commencing 15th November.

Vacancy Closing Date: 31/10/2021, 23:55
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Posted on: 18 October 2021
Closing date: 01 November 2021
Job ref: 103830
Tags: Policy/Research,Project Management
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