MRICS/AssocRICS Residential Surveyors required for my client to cover the North West region for residential surveys and valuations. You will ideally be based in Cheshire or Manchester and it is essential that all applicants must have a full UK valid driving licence and access to a vehicle for business use.
You will ideally be chartered but there is a facility to train someone from SAVA or Graduate with limited experience.
The main responsibilities will be to carry out mortgage valuations, homebuyer reports and building surveys for lenders and private customers.
You will be rewarded with a competitive remuneration package with training where needed and the support of the office adminitration staff.
If you don't have the relevant skills required for this particular position please get in contact as we have other Building Surveying and General Practice vacancies throughout the UK from Graduate level to Director/Partner, some of which are not advertised due to the clients request.
I am working on behalf of a Chartered Surveying practise who are well established and have a wide range of clients. They are experiencing an increase in workload in the Building Surveying department and are consequently looking to add to the team.
The successful candidate will meet the following criteria:
- Building Surveying or related degree
- At least 2 years of post qualification experience working in the role of Building Surveyor
- Previous experience of preparation of dilapidations reports and Party Wall notices/awards
- Project Management and Contract Administration
- Experience with Commercial property (small part of residential is desirable)
- worked as part of a Building Surveying team
- worked on own initiative to deadlines
Due to the nature of the business and need to travel to sites and client meetings all applicants must hold a valid UK driving licence
There is flexible working available when needed but the role is office based and it will be important to be part of the overall team.
Salary will be in the range of £35k to £45k and is negotiable depending on level of experience and ability
Our client is a leading firm of Chartered Town Planners, Surveyors and Property and Business Consultants who offer a complete planning and development service around the UK.
Due to expansion they are now seeking a Town Planning Consultant to join their team in Cheshire.
As a Town Planner duties will consist of researching planning policies and constraints, preparing detailed planning policy and design statements, site visits and land appraisals. The successful candidate will also be preparing and submission of planning application forms, attending meetings, delivering planning services and developing new areas of planning work.
As a Town Planning Consultant you will be offering a complete planning and development service of initial site assessment to obtaining planning and building regulation consents.
They successful candidate must have up to date knowledge of the planning system, experience in the management of small to large scale planning applications and an understanding of a commercial environment.
Must be RTPI qualified with a minimum of 5 years post qualification experience.
Must hold a full drivers licence.
Our client is offering a competitive salary, profit sharing scheme, ongoing training, healthcare scheme and more.
Our client is an independent practice offering a specialist service in geotechnical and geo-environmental engineering. They are currently looking to recruit a Geotechnical/Site Investigation Engineer to join their team based in Cheshire.
The role will be diverse and will require an interest in fieldwork, an aptitude for project and site management, and also for liaison with clients and field crews.
The ideal candidate will possess the following:
A relevant degree with a minimum of 2 to 3 years pertinent field and office experience
Be familiar with UK site investigation techniques and practise and be able to log soils and rock to BS5930-A2, and ideally be familiar with the requirements of Eurocode 7
A sound understanding of geotechnical site investigation and be able to manage and understand investigations directed at geo-environmental schemes, particularly where contamination issues are involved
You will be expected to prepare reports at least to factual status and have well developed communication and writing skills.
In return, the company offers a competitive salary for the right candidate and the opportunity to progress within the company.
Our client is a site investigation contractor with a large fleet of drilling equipment. It is further supported by a fully accredited UKAS laboratory is part of the UK's largest site investigation service providers. Due to an increase in workload they are currently looking to recruit an experienced Project Manager to oversee a wide range of ground investigation activities with regard to programming, procurement, managing resources and financial support to geologists and engineers.
This interesting position will be based from the Cheshire office however travel is expected anywhere in the UK supporting contracts at our other offices.
Ensure tender handover is completed and contractual obligations are understood.
Create and deliver project work plans and revise as appropriate to meet changing needs and requirements.
Liaise with engineers and geologists to identify resources and assign responsibilities.
Manage day-to-day operational aspects of the ground investigation project(s), including the monitoring the progress of contracts and contractual compliance..
Competent in require project methodology and understanding of management hierarchy.
Ensure project documents are completed in a timely manner, current, and appropriately stored.
Work closely with company staff resources and relevant external stake holders to ensure effective and efficient implementation of the project(s).
Understand the financial requirements and P/L; meets financial objectives by forecasting requirements; preparing a contract budget; scheduling expenditures; analysing variances and initiating corrective actions.
Submit contract progress status reports to senior management and external stakeholders; reviews problems; anticipates and reacts to change.
Develop Health and Safety plans, along with undertaking site specific risk assessments.
The ideal candidate will need to be able to demonstrate a good understanding, and experience of the Health and Safety requirements within the site investigation industry and have a strong skill set in:
Active Listening, Coaching, Decision Making, Interpersonal Communication, Judgement, Management of Financial Resources, Monitoring, Persuasion, Resource Management, Time Management, Vision
Experience of managing a project team.
Qualifications: BSc(Hons) Project Management, Construction Management, Quantity Surveying, Civil Engineering/ Geology/Geotechnical Engineering an advantage but not essential
Other project management qualifications would also be useful such as Prince2 and a membership of a professional body.
Salary and Benefits
£ depending on experience
Contributory Pension Scheme
A flexible benefits programme including the option to buy additional holidays, childcare vouchers and private health care
Regular training and development
Our client is a Multi-Disciplinary Consultancy who provide a comprehensive ecology service to a broad range of clients. They are now seeking to recruit an experienced Principal Ecologist on a work from home basis in Cheshire.
As a Principal Ecologist you will be responsible for;
-Co-ordination and management of ecology consultancy services
-Developing the Ecology business
-Co-ordinate projects, overseeing staff members and processes
-Taking a lead role in the management of projects
-Briefing and managing ecology sub-contractors technical and financial performance.
-Technical review and approval of sub-contractors reports.
-Working with the existing team to manage and coordinate workloads and plan future growth
-Writing bids, costing projects and undertaking technical work to support projects as appropriate.
-Managing the commercial elements of ecology work
-Manage project accounts
-Managing junior members of staff
-Resource management and control
-An appropriate academic qualification in a related
-Hold at least one protected species licence
-Experience of successfully managing multi-disciplinary project teams
-Experience of team and project management
-Knowledge of environmental planning issues
-Experience of compiling fee proposals and project budgets.
-Full UK driving licence
In return, the company are offering an excellent remuneration package commensurate with experience. Included in this is the potential for flexible working hours. They also offer a generous pension scheme and numerous other additional benefits.