To assist with the development of a high quality, efficient and effective Professional Maintenance Group as directed by the Senior Building Surveyor and Asset Manager, all in accordance with the needs and priorities of the Council and internal and external Clients.Requirements
To assist the Senior Building Surveyor with aspects of management of the Maintenance Group.
To assist the Senior Building Surveyor with the co-ordination & delivery of Property Condition Surveys (including preparation of Life Cycle Costings), identifying and prioritising issues relating to the Council's Asset Management Plan and School Estate Management Plan.
To ensure the timeous provision of appropriate information to the Senior Building Surveyor on matters of legitimate concern.
To assist with 'Best Value' issues relating to the Maintenance Group within Property Resources.
To assist with planning and programming of Capital and Revenue Works as requested, for all Clients.
To ensure the Maintenance Group complies with the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015 and Health and Safety Regulations in all aspects of its work.
To be responsible for your own performance both individually, and as part of a team and be willing to take appropriate steps to improve particular areas of performance.Responsibilities
Substantial experience of undertaking mechanical and / or electrical surveys on non-domestic properties or services installation site supervision.
Knowledge of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2015.
Knowledge of statutory legislation regarding disability access and fire regulations.
Recognised apprenticeship as a plumber, heating engineer or SJIB electrical engineer, or alternatively mechanical and electrical design qualifications.
HNC or equivalent in a building construction or services related subject
Willingness to work in a demanding position where a flexible approach is required.
Ability to accept delegation, ability to organise and supervise work using own initiative, with minimum supervision.
Willingness to take on additional tasks.
Self-confident and self-motivated
Knowledge of policies, issues, procedures and practices relating to the delivery of Condition Surveys.
Analytical and numerical skills.
Experience of Microsoft Excel, Access and Outlook Express Software.
Ability to co-ordinate information and write clear reports
You will be expected to travel efficiently and effectively between various work locations within Moray to meet the operational requirements of the service. Due to the rural nature of Moray this is normally undertaken by use of a car/van.
Effective communication and influencing skills (both oral and written).
Effective negotiation skills.
Understanding of the importance and ability to work as an effective team member.
Ability to relate well to colleagues, Elected Members and the public
Ability to carry out survey work and at all building levels, including basement and attic spaces, and site inspections at ground and roof level, including accessing scaffolding
Ability to work flexibly to meet the needs and demands of the service
Ability to work in different offices dependent on service requirements
Closing Date: 21 July 2017
Starting Salary: £28,011
Hourly Rate: £14.86
36.25 hours per week
Proposed Interview Date: 21 August 2017
For further information please contact Eddie Milne, Property Resources Manager (01343) 563708.
Applications must be made online at myjobscotland.gov.uk
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