Repairs Surveyor

Employer
Longhurst Group
Location
Nottingham, Rutland and Peterborough - Currently Homebased
Salary
£34,522.39 per annum
Closing date
12 Nov 2021
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Repairs Surveyor

Nottingham, Rutland and Peterborough - Currently home based with travel as required across our geography

Up to £34,522.39 per annum

Permanent, Full Time

Are you a Repairs Surveyor who would like to help improve the lives and homes of other people?

An opportunity has arisen for a motivated person to join our Planned Works team on a permanent basis in the Northamptonshire, Rutland and Peterborough region.

Here at Longhurst Group we want to deliver an excellent planned works service while focusing on our vision to improve the lives of our customers and communities.

As a Repairs Surveyor you will:

  • Be responsible for managing projects within our properties owned or managed by the Longhurst Group;
  • Work with colleagues and contractors to successfully deliver planned, cyclical and major works programmes in to agreed quality standards within budget and agreed timeframes;
  • Put customers at the heart of our service.

If you are looking for a role whereby the support you provide will improve the lives of our customers by providing quality planned works, then this could be for you.

About You

Our ideal candidate will be proficient in their field with a strong customer focus, excellent organisational skills and a drive to succeed.

As a Repairs Surveyor you must:

  • Have experience of delivering and managing planned works programmes with good knowledge of asset management.
  • Knowledge of general surveying and issues relating to statutory disrepair
  • Have excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to build sustainable working relationships with contractors, customers and colleagues
  • Be quality focused, with effective problem solving and decision making capabilities
  • Competent and confident in using ICT and digital platforms to undertake work
  • Monitor delegated budgets using excellent record keeping skills

If your application shows that you have the right knowledge, skills and that you share our values, we'll invite you to meet one of our team. We can’t wait to meet you…

Vetting Requirements

(The important things – Naturally working with our customers we need to complete pre-employment checks before you join us. This role is conditional upon receipt of two satisfactory references (one from your current employer).

PLEASE NOTE: We can only consider applications from candidates who have the right to work in the UK. All shortlisted candidates will need to verify eligibility to work in the UK at interview. Original proof must then be provided by day one upon successful candidature.

Equal Opportunities

Longhurst Group is an equal opportunities employer and positively encourages applicants that reflects the diverse communities we work with. We invite applicants to contact the employer to identify any additional support they may need during the recruitment process.

Company

What we do

One of the largest housing groups in the Midlands and East of England, Longhurst Group provides over 23,000 homes and delivers a wide range of care and support services.

Operating in 50 local authority areas, we have over 1,300 colleagues, 10 office bases and over 80 care and support locations.

Our customers are at the centre of everything we do and we intend to work even harder to identify what is most important to them and provide the support they need.

With a clear set of values that unite our Group, we put our customers first and work in collaboration with partners that share our ambition and vision to improve lives.

The Group already makes a positive difference to thousands of people’s lives, but we want to do even more.

That’s why we created our 2025 Improving Lives strategy; a long-term business plan that will guide the work we do over the next six years and beyond.

In May 2012, as part of the capital market issue and loan restructuring process, the Group established a special purpose funding arm to the business called Libra Treasury plc. This helps to help facilitate new borrowing arrangements.

We honour our promises and, in doing so, deliver homes and services with real social value.

Together, we tackle the challenging issues faced by our communities, focusing on delivering value-for-money to invest in homes and services that make a difference to the lives of the customers we serve.

How we are run

A charitable housing association registered as a community benefit society (Reg. No. 8009) and registered with the Regulator of Social Housing (No. L4277)

We are also a major provider of care and support services and a number of the care schemes we run are each registered with and regulated by the Care Quality Commission.

Our regulatory judgements on governance and viability have been consistently top-level (G1 and V1) with the most recent Regulatory Judgement of G1/V1 published in 2017 following an in-depth assessment further confirming our robust business and financial base.

Safeguarding our vision of ‘improving lives’ is our Board, which has responsibility for the overall management and performance of the Group and is supported by our Executive Management Team which, led by Julie Doyle our Chief Executive Officer, oversees the day to day management of the Group.

As a business with charitable and social purposes, we strive to be an ethical, transparent and accountable organisation. Each year we publish a Value for Money report to evidence that we are efficient in our spending, so that we are in a position to continue to invest in homes and communities, and in so doing, fulfil our social purpose. We also publish a breakdown of the categories of our expenditure as we wish to be transparent about how we spend our money.

Our customers are actively involved with us and scrutinise aspects of our delivery of customer services as well as participate in our customer editorial panel. Customer involvement is key to us improving our services and we support and train our customers to ensure they can play an active and effective role in helping and challenging management to continually improve our services.

Find Us
Telephone
0300 123 1745
Location
Longhurst Group
50 Newhall Hill
Birmingham
B1 3JN
GB
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