I am recruiting for a Senior Chartered Building Surveyor for a consultancy offering a comprehensive service to the insurance market.
You will be involved in and lead numerous projects typically ranging in value from £20k to £300K, you may occasionally be asked to assist in larger projects. You will need to have previous experience working alone and leading a small project team.
You will be involved in a wide range of surveying activities, ranging from technical reporting, defects diagnosis, preparing Schedule of Works, Contract Administration and Project Management so previous experience here will also be advantageous.
You will be asked to travel predominantly throughout the South East but may be asked to travel further on occasion. You must have a building related Degree with at least intermediate post degree experience and be MRICS/MCIOB qualified, or actively working towards this qualification.
You must have extensive knowledge of building construction and relevant legislation and be able to plan projects to ensure robust control of time and cost - Project Management experience is therefore desirable. Experience in schedule preparation and contract administration of building projects is essential as well as a full UK driving licence.
Multi-disciplined Property Company are looking for a qualified or nearly qualified Building Surveyor at Senior or Associate level. You must have an extensive and diverse range of experience.
The role will require arrange of skills including the following:
Project Management, Coordination and acting as Employer's Agent for commercial projects.
You will be lead consultant on refurbishment projects in both residential and commercial industries, this will include briefing clients, coordinating consultants, design, specifying and advice on costing, tendering and contract administration.
You will be dealing with dilapidations - surveys, preparation of schedules and negotiating settlements
Party Wall matters, serving notices, recording schedules of condition and agreeing and publishing awards.
Salary will be competitive and reflective of your experience and qualification.
We are currently recruiting for an established Water Treatment Company that are looking to fill the position of Water Treatment General Manager working in Hampshire.
Due to continued success and growth, an exciting opportunity has arisen to head up a team. You will lead the Management Team in the growth and delivery of an efficient and compliant water hygiene, water treatment and commercial heating service to r customers. You will ensure the business fulfils customer requirements for non-regulated sales across a range of product and service areas.
The post holder will take ownership and ensure that all identified opportunities are compliantly and efficiently driven by the team to the point of completion. The role will require the development and production of a detailed and transparent suite of performance driven management information to ensure clear and concise revenue, margin and performance reporting.
Build and develop the Management team to deliver required standards and targets.
Acquire and share market knowledge to the Commercial Department and liaise with all role holders to improve relationships internally and with customers.
Engage with relevant stakeholders on overall implementation and compliance.
Drive the Growth of the business utilising a mix of direct sales, cross selling and upselling of technical solutions.
Work with the Management Team to develop and manage delivery arrangements with suppliers and contractors.
Monitor SLA's and KPI's for internal and external activities.
Candidates should have the following experience:
Previous experience in relevant operational environment within the Water Treatment / Water Hygiene Industry
Driven and enthusiastic for achieving results
Educated to Degree / Diploma level or equivalent
Water Treatment / Water Hygiene professional qualification
Commercially focused with excellent negotiation and influencing skills
My client is a well established national supplier of Property Surveys and Valuations who are rapidly expanding and because of this they currently looking for multiple Building Surveyors to work throughout the UK.
Their current vacancies are for fully Chartered Building Surveyors MRICS/FRICS (consideration given to AssocRICS in some locations) who meet VRS registration requirements to work across both private and lender client base nationally.
This is a full time role and due to the requirement for travel each applicant must have a full UK driving licence and have access to a vehicle for business use.
My client has an excellent reputation for offering a competitive salary and a full range of benefits with flexible working to ensure an excellent work life balance. Salary offered will depend on the location and level of experience and qualification of each successful candidate. Full administration support is given from the office.
Our Client is a dedicated Landscape Architecture Practice who deal with all aspects of landscape planning and design and have built an excellent reputation within the Industry over the last 20 years.
The practice has a depth of specialist skills and expertise and a portfolio of landmark and award winning projects in a variety of sectors including Residential, Commercial, Education, Transport and Energy.
Due to an increase in workload they are now seeking a talented Landscape Architect to join their Hampshire team.
Key Skills required will include the provision of Landscape oversight in the design of a variety of projects, client contact and preparing and presenting detailed plans and drawings of schemes. Other areas will include taking projects from design concept through to site with a good ability to produce construction drawings and specifications.
All applications will remain completely confidential between yourself and Adam Johnston at W5 Resourcing Associates. You will not be added to any mailing lists and rest assured your details would NOT be passed on to anyone without your prior authorisation. If you are interested in this or any other similar opportunities, please give Adam a call on 03453195555
Our client is leading environmental management consultancy that strives to provide clients with an integrated service, offering a comprehensive range of environmental solutions to a wide range of issues. They recognise the growing importance of addressing environmental issues and the need to develop plans and strategies to protect and preserve the natural environment.
They are currently seeking to recruit an Ecologist to be based out of their Hampshire Office.
The role would require the management of a variety of projects including some large, complex projects. The majority of work is likely to be regional, but there will be technical collaboration and networking with the ecologists working within the company around the UK. The successful candidate will be expected to lead field surveys and help plan and co-ordinate ecological mitigation works; undertake nature conservation/ecology assessments; prepare bids and management of project budgets and have proven experience working within ecological consultancy.
Skills and Qualifications required for this role:
-Full CIEEM membership (or eligible if not currently held)
-A degree in ecology or similar subject
-Strong understanding of relevant UK & EU legislation, planning policies and licensing regulations
-Up to date knowledge of survey guidance and assessment for UK protected species
-Good project management skills
-Full UK driver's licence
-Strong experience of writing EcIA chapters
-A specialism in bats or birds would be desirable
In return our client offer a competitive salary including a generous benefits package.
Our client provides a complete water hygiene and water treatment service, helping organisations meet the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act, the Health and Safety Executive's Approved Code of Practice (ACoP L8), HSE 274 part 2 and the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations
They are now seeking to recruit a Water Hygiene Technician located in the Hampshire area.
The successful candidate will possess Level 2 NVQ Plumbing / City & Guilds Plumbing qualifications and previous experience of sampling or any associated fields would be advantageous
Job role for the successful candidate:
-Primarily be responsible for the service to water treatment sites in the Kent area and other areas, if required, for cooling water and steam boiler analysis and reporting to site engineer
-Trained on handling chemicals, dosing and control equipment, be able to trouble-shoot and resolve issues locally
-Have responsibility for monitoring tasks, sampling and keeping records on customers' properties and sites within the areas of Avon
-Demonstrate a working knowledge of the Approved Code of Practice L8 for the control of legionella bacteria in water systems
-Be responsible for cleaning and disinfecting hot and cold water systems, cisterns and cooling towers and associated systems and work to method statements issued
-Understand and be familiar with pre-treatment plant, especially base-exchange water softening and the principles of how they work, minor fault finding
-Work to agreed timescales for the duties, i.e. surveying and monitoring
-Build rapport with other departments in order to work co-operatively with them
-Be able to receive feedback in a positive manner and give feedback in the same way
-Undertake site surveys (once trained) of clients' properties and produce reports, estimates and quotations to ensure maximum efficiency and legal compliance
-Identify areas for growth of products and services
-Recognise cross-selling opportunities, wherever possible
-Maintain and build customer relationships through on-going monitoring, sampling and regular reviews
-Carry out all administrative work associated with departmental management requirements
-Liaise closely with other team members to ensure that the requirements of the Company are met with regard to the forward planning of labour
-Understand, comply and carry out their function in accordance with company policies and procedures
-Maintain knowledge and Legionnaires' disease through training and continual improvement as identified
This role requires you to have a full UK driving licence
In return our client offer a competitive salary with training & development opportunities, private health care, childcare vouchers and more
Our client provides a complete water hygiene and water treatment service, helping organisations meet the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act, the Health and Safety Executive's Approved Code of Practice (ACoP L8), HSE 274 part 2 and the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations. They are now seeking a Legionella Risk Assessor based in Hampshire to visit clients and carry out risk assessments and make recommendations based on the results along with estimates and quotes.
Responsible for completing legionella risk assessments, risk assessment reviews and surveys for new and existing clients on hot and cold water systems, cooling towers and other associated water systems that are found on site
Work to agreed targets and deadlines and escalate urgent issues in a timely manner
Undertake on site surveys of client properties and produce reports, estimates and quotations to ensure maximum efficiency and legal compliance with the ACoP L8 and the Water Supply Regulations 1999
Maintain and build on customer relationships through on-going servicing, monitoring, sampling and regular reviews
Be capable of interpretation of surveys, recognise issues and be able to liaise with clients at Board levels as well as operator level
Identify areas for growth of products and services
Liaise with other departments with regard to business opportunities from the existing water services client base
Maintain knowledge of Legionnaires disease through training and continual improvement
Responsible for carrying out monitoring of tasks, sampling and record keeping in strict accordance with the ACoP L8 and Legionella control Association (LCA) statement of compliance
Undertake on site surveys of clients properties and produce reports, estimates and quotations
Escalate any concerns or issues with allocated jobs to prioritise or re-schedule work
Complete all administrative work associated with departmental requirements and keep accurate records of work
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, peers, internal and external customers ensuring exceptional customer service standards are achieved
Carry out duties in parallel with the Water hygiene Standards of Service (SOS) 2005
Understand, comply and carry out function on accordance with company policies and procedures including Health & Safety
The successful candidate must hold City & Guilds Accredited Risk Assessment for legionella or equivalent, city & Guilds Accredited legionella Appreciation or equivalent, City & Guilds Accredited legionella Management for Water Systems or equivalent. Able to demonstrate a working knowledge of Approved Code of practice L8 Legionnaires Disease and proficient in completing risk assessment documents and surveys.
Must be able to demonstrate that you have a sound understanding of business goals and objectives. Evidence of excellent communication skills and excellent levels of customer service and interpersonal skills.
Must hold a full Driving Licence.
Our client is offering a competitive salary to the right candidate.
Our Client, a well-established Landscape Architects Practice with a diverse portfolio of work ranging from the design of play areas to the landscape master planning of new residential developments.
Due to an expanding workload and client base they are currently looking to recruit a talented and enthusiastic Graduate Landscape Architect to join their small and friendly team in Hampshire.
Graduate Landscape Architect (1 to 2 years post graduate experience)
The Devon based role will involve working on a range of projects with primary focus on play design and the hard and soft detailing of landscape schemes. The position will involve supporting senior colleagues on larger projects and the ideal candidate should have the desire to help grow the practice. Excellent graphic and written English skills are required and applicants should be competent with Cad, Adobe suite of programmes and a working knowledge of Keyscapes will be an advantage.
Candidates should have a good plant knowledge and will require a full driving license as site visits will be required.
Attractive terms of employment and opportunities for career development are on offer for the successful candidate.
Due to an increase in business activity, my client is seeking to appoint an experienced Senior or Principal Consultant to support the Waste and Resource Management Team, specialising in Environmental Permitting.
The Waste & Resource Management Team carries out a wide range of work, the bulk of which is connected with preparing planning applications (including Environmental Impact Assessments) for waste and minerals operations, applications for Environmental Permits, and advising Waste Collection Authorities. Other work includes the production of waste chapters for Environmental Statements, Site Waste Management Plans, Site Waste Strategies, commercial feasibility studies, due diligence and expert witness evidence for legal cases. We also have the expertise to provide specialised waste input to Construction Environmental Management Plans, Materials Management Plans and Environmental Management Systems.
The client has expertise in specialist areas such as anaerobic digestion, pyrolysis/gasification and electrical goods manufacture and recycling, and have published articles in the waste industry press. Working for a wide range of clients spanning central government, local authorities and private companies.
One of your key responsibilities will be for Environmental Permit applications for waste management facilities (including transfers, variations and surrenders) and industrial processes. This could include landfill, recycling, advanced thermal treatment, transfer and treatment facilities as well as mining waste and quarry restoration. You will prepare and assist with risk/impact assessments, permit options appraisals, Environmental Management Systems (preparation and audit), waste classification/analysis, due diligence including with public inquiries and expert witness work for more senior grades. You will prepare proposals and tenders for new work and be involved with business development, client contact, market research and you will attend client meetings.
Whilst your work will predominantly be office-based, you may be required to work on site, or from other offices or clients' premises as required by the project. You may very occasionally be required to work away from home for periods of time. You will have financial management of projects, including budgeting, invoicing and employment of internal and external specialists as appropriate and required.
Based in the Southampton office, you will demonstrate a strong understanding of the Environmental Permitting Regulations for England and Wales (and other relevant legislation), proven through a track record of working in the waste and/or minerals industries. Familiarity with methods and technologies employed in waste management would be an advantage. You will have a degree in a relevant discipline and full membership of CIWM, IEMA or similar would be an advantage. The role will also require a full UK driving licence.
In return for your dedication, you'll enjoy a quality total remuneration package, including contributory pension, health cover and flexible working options. Pick and choose your perfect blend from advantages including childcare, additional holiday and travel insurance. You'll also benefit from a tailored package or professional training and development, with support to achieve your career goals.