Building maintenance surveyor, Building surveyor, Loughborough, Loughborough university, higher education
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An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Building Maintenance Surveyor to join one of the UK's leading Universities in their Estates & Facilities team. The department is the largest in the University employing over 700 staff and has a budget of £100m.
The team were recognised as the Top University E&FM team this year by the Association of University Directors of Estates (AUDE). To maintain this top position, they need to recruit the best talent.
They offer an unbeatable working environment and benefits package with options to suit all.
Your new role
You will work as a Building Maintenance Surveyor, within their Estates and Facilities Management team. You will have responsibility for Staff management, initiating and managing maintenance and installation projects ensuring effective planning, co-ordination of resources and adherence to H&S statutory compliance requirements to deliver high quality work within defined budgets.
You will lead and manage contractors and colleagues from the Maintenance & Engineering Team to prioritise, plan and deliver large maintenance projects through the efficient use of allocated budgets, internal staffing resources and external contracted services to ensure all works are delivered to a high standard, within agreed timescales and within budget.
You will also prepare project proposals for approval via the University's governance process to secure funding; update progress reports and make representation at appropriate committees at each project stage; take responsibility for monitoring large budget allocations; undertake regular financial forecasting to identify budgetary requirements for actual and future projects.
What you'll need to succeed
You will have experience in building maintenance as well as managing large scale projects, and liaising with contractors. You will ideally have a building surveying qualification as well as NEBOSH.
What you'll get in return
- £41,526 - 49,553
- 37.5 hour week
- 44 days holiday
- 21% pension contribution
- Flexible working hours
- Annual incremental pay increases
- 1 - 2 days remote working
- Death in service
- Long Service Awards
- Childcare vouchers
- Access to facilities at discounted rates / Retail discounts
- Opportunity to enrol in further education
What you need to do now
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