Commercial Building Consultancy with offices UK wide are looking to increase their team with an Associate Building Surveyor to be based in the Cambridgeshire office.
If you have hit a glass ceiling or are still waiting for a position to open up for that promotion and fancy working for an award winning industry leader please get in touch for an informal discussion.
This opportunity will focus on a split workload of dilapidations, Project Surveying and Technical Due Diligence (TDD). You will be involved in mentoring APC level surveyors in your team and assisting junior members of staff with development and training. You will be networking with clients and assisting with business development.
Requirements for the role are:
- MRICS Chartered Building Surveyor with over a year of post qualification experience
- Schedules of Dilapidations on both landlord and tenant sides
- Contract Administration, Party Wall surveys, TDD, Refurbishments, Schedule of Conditions and Project Management
- Commercial and Retail experience
- Project Management experience valued from £20k up to £3m
There is an excellent training and development programme in place for employees and genuine career progression and a generous package available with a competitive salary.
Our client specialises in the management of water quality in commercial and industrial buildings throughout the UK. Their areas of expertise include Legionella risk assessment and Preventative maintenance programmes, Water sampling and analysis, Disinfection of domestic water systems, Cooling tower management and Swimming pool & spa sampling. They are now looking to recruit a Graduate Engineer to join their Cambridgeshire office.
You will be responsible to Technical & Operations Director. The purpose of the position is to provide high quality, efficient and effective basic water sampling activities direct to customers at a range of different locations. To assist Engineers in cleaning and disinfecting operations
You will promote the Company and its services by demonstrating a high level of personal efficiency and effectiveness at all times, developing positive customer relationships and having a detailed arid up-to-dale knowledge of the services provided by the company
Set an example to other staff in standards of performance and approach to work eg punctuality, enthusiasm
Identify potential problems and take action to address as appropriate and in consultation with your manager or supervisor
Comply with ISO 9001 policies and procedures and maintain appropriate paperwork, particularly visit/service sheets, overtime and expense claim forms, weekly/daily visit records,
annual leave and sickness forms
To liaise effectively with customers both face-to-face and on the telephone, as required, in order to provide an effective high quality service to foster positive relationships and to enhance the reputation of the company
Duties will include -
Management of bacterial sampling for UKAS analysis
Temperature monitoring of domestic water systems
Storage capacity testing of domestic water tanks
Domestic water storage tank inspection
Weekly cooling systems service visits
Bacterial sampling of domestic water systems
General bacteria sampling of domestic system
Legionella sampling of domestic water system
Bacteria sampling of cooling system
Legionella sampling of cooling systems
To undertake internal and/or external training as required and agreed with your manager in order to be able to complete your training as possible by demonstrating the necessary competencies required for appointment to Engineer
Other duties include complying with Company Policies in the use, maintenance and care of any Company Vehicle you are required to use in course of your work, attending and participate in Operation Team meetings and activities as required and carrying out any other tasks as may reasonably required by your manager.
No previous experience is necessary but candidate must have either a relevant science or engineering degree.
In return the company are offering a competitive salary and good career progression.
Our client is one of the top 5 Water Treatment Companies in the UK that is currently on a large recruitment drive. The company provides services to manufacturers, commercial businesses, public organisations, institutions, FMs and maintenance firms looking for better ways to perform strategic, non-core processes managing water, hygiene and compliance.
The company are now looking to recruit a Water Treatment Technician to work in Cambridgeshire.
To ensure all work is completed in compliance with current legislation and documented at all times.
To complete all tasks identified as the responsibility of the Water Treatment Engineer to the total satisfaction of the client.
Tasks to be carried out in accordance with company procedures/method statements.
Maintain and promote Health and Safety standards within your team, to sub contractors, and to clients to company standards and procedures.
Calibration / instrumentation
Flushing / chlorination of buildings/ pipework (closed circuits)
Tank Cleaning and chlorination works
Basic Base Exchange service / fault find
Base Exchange install
Filtration service and install
TMV service and replacement
Cooling tower clean and service
Dosing systems service and install
Chemical top up of chlorine dioxide
Injection pipework chlorination works
Copper /silver ionisation
RO service and install
De-Ionisation service and install
Closed circuit flushing and dosing
Swimming pool plant service
UV install and service
Electrical installs (only by accredited personnel)
RPZ service work and install (only by accredited personnel)
In return the company offer a competitive salary and benefits program
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 Cambridgeshire 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 are an environmental consultancy who are now seeking to recruit a Principal Ecologist located in Cambridgeshire.
-At least ten years' relevant consultancy experience and full membership of CIEEM (CEnv and/or CEcol an advantage)
-Experience of managing complex projects
-Ability to lead, inspire and develop staff
-Strong ornithological survey and assessment skills
-Hold a Class 2 Natural England survey licence for bats, an advantage, and have held EPS mitigation licences within the last three years
-Proven experience of EIA and HRA
-Understanding of the UK planning process and legal framework
-A genuine interest in working in a multi-disciplinary environment
In return our client offer a compeititve salary and a generous benefits package
Our Client, an industry leading Ecological Consultancy who provide quality advice and surveys are now looking for and Ecologist to join their team in Cambridgeshire.
The position will involve the following responsibilities:
-Assisting with and/or managing a range of ecological field surveys, including protected species surveys and extended Phase 1 Habitat Surveys
-Undertaking desk studies, literature reviews and data analysis, as well as assisting with preparing reports to a high technical standard and within deadlines
-Assisting in the production of Environmental Impact Assessment documents
The successful candidate will have:
GCN or Bat Licence
A relevant Degree
Ability to complete species surveys
Full driving licence
In return, our client is offering the selected candidate excellent benefits and employment conditions, together with the opportunity to develop your career.
Our client is a Multi-Disciplinary Design Practice comprising of Landscape Architects and Urban Designers. They operate nationwide and have an exciting and diverse portfolio of work in both urban and rural environments.
Due an increase in workload in Cambridgeshire they are currently looking to recruit at a couple of levels from Junior or Assistant Landscape Architect with 1-3 years Industry experience through to Senior /Associates with 10+.
The ideal candidates will be talented Landscape Architects with experience and some of the following:
Excellent report writing skills and ability to produce high quality designs
Good technical and analytical skills applied in practice
Fluent in AutoCAD and Adobe Creative Suite
Overall understanding of the Industry and good leadership skills
In return, the company is offering a competitive salary with bonus packages for the right candidates. There is excellent opportunity to progress in the industry with ongoing training, exciting projects and P2C support when the time is right for junior personnel.
As there are a number of levels available, further information and role responsibilities on each can be provided on request.
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 Landscape Architecture opportunities, please give Adam a call on 03453195555
I am working for an established independent Chartered Building Surveyors' practice based in Cambridgeshire with an expanding client base and turnover with a high level of business within London and throughout East Anglia.
I have been asked to find an experienced Building Surveyor to join their expanding team with the possibility to progress to director level for the right candidate.
You will be offering a wide range of services including, but not limited to the following:
> Building Surveys
> Contract and Tender Administration
> Project Management of refurbishment and alteration schemes
> Party Wall Matters
> Schedules of Condition
> Defect Diagnosis
> Expert Witness Reports
> Fund Monitoring
> Acquisition Surveys
> Specification Writing
Together with quality experience of delivering excellent customer service, the ideal candidate will be MRICS qualified, self - motivated with outstanding customer service and communication skills, both verbal and written. If you are in the final stage of your APC your application will be considered depending on your experience.
To be successful in this role you must be professional, flexible and highly efficient working under pressure with the ability to prioritise and multi task.
In return, they offer a competitive salary package, training and the opportunity to further grow your expertise at an expanding company that can offer you a rewarding and progressive career. If you would like the benefit of working from home this is an option.
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.
Our client is an International multi-disciplinary Consultancy providing engineering, environmental, planning and management services to a diverse range of clients in both the public and private sectors.
The company now has an exciting new opportunity for an Associate Landscape Architect to join their team in Cambridgeshire
The successful applicant will provide line management to the existing landscape team, reporting to the Associate/Director with individual responsibility for project delivery and management. They will be expected to undertake project cost control on individual projects and will also have the opportunity to develop their own technical skills. The position will include the following duties:
Manage projects and assist in the development of business
Provide design advice and guidance on projects at all stages of the design process from outline plans to tendering and contract supervision
Provide input to planning applications and development proposals in close association with all team colleagues, clients and stakeholders
Prepare design briefs, master-plans, landscape and design strategies and detailed scheme design
Use time and resources efficiently to accomplish targeted objectives
Prepare Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment for EIA reports
Carry out landscape survey, assessment and analysis and presentation of the information
Attend and participate confidently and effectively at client, project and team meetings
Use proved CAD skills
Provide mentoring and supervision to junior team members
Act in accordance with the equal opportunity policy and undertake the duties as required by corporate and directorate action plans
The company is looking for a motivated individual, a self-starter and initiator with excellent client facing skills and a genuine enthusiasm for the subject.
Applicants should be a Chartered Landscape Architect with extensive experience post MLI. They must bring tangible design consultancy related skills/experience and a positive and proactive team working attitude to the position. In particular, the company is seeking a person with large scale master planning and reclamation experience who possesses the willingness to be flexible and work on a wide range of contracts
Our Client is a Well-Established Multi-Disciplinary Consultancy who concentrate portfolio of projects and work throughout the UK on diverse schemes in a variety of sectors.
At this stage, due to an increase in work, they are looking for a talented Senior Ecologist to join their office in Cambridgeshire.
Role responsibilities as a Senior Ecologist will include the co-ordination and supervision of Field and Assistant Ecologists to ensure projects are performed and delivered to the highest possible standard, Field work including Phase 1 habitat surveys and protected species work, 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 CIEEM Membership.
On offer is a Generous Salary and Company pension Scheme, a flexible working week, possibility of Home Working when required and ongoing training and Support.