A latent defect insurance provider are seeking a Building Surveyor / Inspector that can demonstrate building pathology knowledge in relation to new build development. Suitable applicants will be in the vicinity of Oxford and High Wycombe, and qualified to degree level or equivalent. Starting salary of up to £45,000.
Company clients include national house builders, developers and private clients within the residential and commercial sectors.
As a Building Inspector, your role will involve the following:
Site inspections and surveys on projects that are either completed or under construction
Ensuring work is completed to a standard which complies with current regulations, technical manuals, and health and safety
Completing reports and documentation based on site findings
Frequent liaison with peers and management on technical mattersThe successful Building Inspector will meet the following criteria:
Previous role experience as a Building Control / Structural Warranty Inspector or Clerk of Works
Associate/full member inspector status of RICS/CABE/CIOB/ICWCI
Degree/ NVQ Level 6 qualified in construction related discipline
Understanding of general insurance principles and defect diagnosis
Technical inspection knowledge throughout the build process
In depth knowledge of relevant regulations and health & safety legislation
Full UK driving licenceBenefits:
Salary up to £45,000 per annum
£300 monthly car allowance
Annual salary reviews
Private Medical Insurance
Up to two professional membership fees paid annually
Training and developmentWe aim to respond to suitable candidates within 5 working days. If you have not heard from us within this time, please feel free to contact us to receive feedback on your application and discuss your requirements.
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