Successful legal firm have a rewarding opportunity for an experienced Surveyor to join their expanding team in the property team to carry out HomeBuyer Surveys and to offer additional services to clients to bring in work to the team.
The successful candidate will be tasked with undertaking a range of surveying services which will include homebuyers surveys and reports, building surveys and ideally commercial rates reviews.
The successful candidate will be well presented and articulate as this will be a client facing position. Excellent communication and report writing skills are essential, as well as being organised and have the ability to manage your time to work autonomously when required.
My client invests in staff professional development which continues the high level the service provided. A competitive salary ranging from £45k to £50k and benefits package is available for the successful applicant.
Our clients are a well-established civil engineering and groundworks contractor providing a wide range of services in both the public and private sectors. Generally contracts will include the construction of roads and sewers for private housing developments, all groundworks, shell and core construction. As they continue to grow, they are looking to recruit an experienced Quantity Surveyor to join their team based out of their Hampshire office.
They're ideally looking for someone with a minimum of 5 years' experience working in the groundworks and civil engineering sector to manage multiple projects throughout the South East. In return, they're offering a competitive salary up to £60K plus company car or car allowance.
- Minimum 5 years' experience working on groundworks and civil engineering projects
- BSc Quantity Surveying degree
- Experience managing projects with limited supervision
- Self-motivated and confident
- Financially astute
- Excellent communication skills
- Well organised
- Full UK drivers licence
My client is a highly successful and well established Chartered Surveying Practice who work throughout the South of England.
They are currently recruiting for a Chartered Building Surveyor, MRICS or AssocRICS, to carry out project management and contract administration duties on a wide range of Social Housing, Public Building and schools projects. Some other responsibilities may include Contract Administration, Design, Project Running and Forensic Reporting.
The ideal candidate will have at least five years' post-qualification experience of delivering regeneration, planned maintenance and capital expenditure schemes in support of Registered Social Landlord, Local Authority and Education Commission clients.
My client has an inclusive culture which is based on regular consultation with and input from employees is actively encouraged and they are proud of their approach to staff management and training, which is recognised by their attainment of the Investors in People standard.
They are committed to meeting the career aspirations of all staff and provide a comprehensive induction programme, payment of professional membership fees, flexible working arrangements, monthly CPD events and career development plan.
If you don't have every requirement mentioned above but have a similar background to that described and are interested in applying for this role please send in your CV as there may be other suitable vacancies.
Our Client are a leading Environmental and Engineering Consultancy that is now looking to recruit an
Assistant Ecologist to join their team in Hampshire.
You role would contain the delivery of site surveys, mitigation, reporting and advisory work. Duties to include ecological surveys, desk study and report writing, mitigation design, site supervision, BREEAM assessments and liaison with internal/external clients and sub-contractors.
-Understanding of protected species legislation and survey methodology required
-The ability to communicate effectively with other team members using a variety of media
-Ecological survey, assessment and report writing experience is desirable
-Previous experience of working with protected species is desirable. Possession of relevant licences an advantage (eg GCN Licence)
Some understanding of the ecological requirements of BREEAM an advantage
-The ability to communicate in a fluent and positive manner and produce clear and concise written documents in English
-Qualified to degree level, preferably to MSc level in a relevant environmental science
-Associate or Graduate Member of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management preferred
In return the client offer a competitive basic salary with a excellent benefits package
Our client is a Multi-Disciplinary Consultancy who offer a comprehensive range of ecology surveys and services are now looking for a talented Assistant Ecologist to join their team in Hampshire.
As an Assistant Ecologist the role will involve assisting on several high-profile projects. Undertaking protected species surveys, Assisting with writing reports, Liaising with clients and Desk studies.
-BSc in Ecology or a related discipline
-Great Crested Newt Licence
-Experience in carrying out ecological surveys (GCN, Bat, Bird, Reptiles and Badgers)
-Phase 1 Habitat survey experience
-Full UK Driving Licence
The company are offering a Generous Salary and Company pension Scheme, a flexible working week, possibility of Home Working when required and ongoing training and Support.
Our Client is a Well-Established Multi-Disciplinary Consultancy who concentrate on a portfolio of projects and work throughout the UK on diverse schemes in a variety of sectors. Due to an increase of work they are now looking for a Principal Ecologist to join their team in the Hampshire.
Their Ecology services include Protected and other species surveys, Vegetation and habitat surveys, Ecological desk studies and scoping exercises, Ecological Impact Assessments and Habitat management. Other areas include Long-term monitoring of habitats and species, BRE Environmental Assessment Method and Biodiversity Benchmark Assessments.
As a Principal Ecologist you will be working with a Multi-Disciplined team, the successful Principal Ecologist will have the following duties:
-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
The ideal candidate must have:
-Degree or equivalent in Ecology, Conservation, or a related subject
-Hold a protected species licence(s)
-Demonstrable experience of successfully managing multi-disciplinary project teams
-Proven experience of team and project management
-Financial management experience
-Knowledge of environmental planning issues
-Experience of compiling fee proposals and project budgets.
-Minimum of 5 years Ecology Consultancy experience
The company are offering a Generous Salary and Company pension Scheme, a flexible working week, possibility of Home Working when required and ongoing training and support.
Our client is an established multidisciplinary consultancy who work on a variety of projects for clients throughout the UK. They are now looking for and Ecologist/Senior Ecologist to work out of their office in Hampshire.
The successful candidate will be responsible for the co-ordination and supervision of Field and Assistant Ecologists to ensure projects are performed and delivered to the highest possible standard. There will also be a large element of field work involved with the role including Phase 1 habitat surveys and protected species work. Other duties will involve contributing to the promotion and development of the company's ecological services and mentoring junior team members.
Applicants must have a degree in Ecology. Relevant experience of project management in a consultancy environment is essential along with experience of ecological surveying, impact assessment and mitigation. Applicants must hold at least one English Nature licence and possess exceptional identification skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are also required for the role as is IEEM Membership.
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.
Our client is seeking enthusiastic Graduates to join their new and exciting Water & Air Hygiene Trainee/Graduate Programme.
The role will be mainly site based, working in the South East.
The purpose of the programme is to develop and train university leavers in all aspects of the water and air hygiene business. All areas of the business will be covered including:
-The role and responsibilities of the service technician/service engineer within the air & water divisions
-The role and responsibilities of a pre commissioning cleaning engineer
-Risk assessments & indoor air quality monitoring
-Sales and account management
-Administration, planning and scheduling
-Health & Safety
-Purchase ledger, buying, invoicing and cash collection
-Stock control & warehouse
Full training will be given in each area either by external courses or internal/onsite training. All areas of the business will be covered to give the trainee/graduate the most rounded overview of this sector.
Other areas that will be covered throughout the program will be confined spaces training, first aid, asbestos & Legionella awareness, Air Hygiene including kitchen extract and general extract systems, Sales/Account management & administration/planning and scheduling, Water Hygiene, Indoor Air Quality Monitoring and Legionella Risk Assessment of Water Systems (WMS).
Other areas of development subject to identification of the preferential/most suitable area for the trainee/graduate may include system training, sales training, management training, finance training.
Our clients are a high end residential house building contractor based in Hampshire providing high quality building services throughout the South East. Due to recent growth, they are currently looking for an Assistant Quantity Surveyor to joing their team in Hampshire.
Candidates must have a minimum of 12 months' experience working in the Residential sector. Reporting to the Commercial Manager you will be responsible for minimising costs of projects and enhancing value for money, while still achieving the required standards of quality.
Key responsibilities include:
- Reviewing contract documents, including bills of quantities and preliminaries
- Assisting in establishing a client's requirements and undertaking feasibility studies.
- Advising on procurement strategy.
- Financial controlling accountability.
- Identifying, analysing and developing responses to commercial risks.
- Preparing and analysing tender returns
- Analysing outcomes and writing detailed progress reports.
- Re-measuring projects insuring they match with the Estimators bill of quantities.
- Managing valuation and sub-contractor invoicing.