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Building Surveyor

Salvation Army Trading Company
United Kingdom
£competitive + benefits
Closing date
27 Feb 2023

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Contract Type
Full Time
Building Surveyor, Project Management
Business Type
Public Sector

Your new company
Salvation Army Trading Company Ltd (SATCoL) is the trading arm of The Salvation Army in the UK and Republic of Ireland. We were established in 1991 to help fund The Salvation Army’s vital work in the UK, and today we raise money and encourage reuse and recycling through a network of over 230 charity shops and a clothing collection division. Our core purpose is to enable mission and provide resources to help the work of The Salvation Army, which we do following our 4 company values: Commitment; Accountability; Responsibility; Equality.

Your new role
You will work as a Regional Building Surveyor covering central and south England, supporting your seniors in managing and developing occupational property portfolio. This includes ensuring that all new projects are delivered on time and within budget, occupation costs are minimised and our retail shops and other locations are fit for purpose and comply with company, operational and legal requirements within allocated budgets.

You will manage the property maintenance budgets to ensure that annual works are delivered to maintain the portfolio, whilst ensuring a safe working environment for all colleagues, as well as assisting in the preparation of the annual property and facilities budget.

You will inspect and diagnose building defects, design and arrange for repairs to be carried out across the UK Property portfolio. The role will involve liaising with the Estate Surveyor regarding landlord repairing responsibilities and where applicable providing information to include obtaining landlords consent as well as ensuring that all property information and records are maintained accurately and up to date and develop as necessary. The role is Home based (midlands) with significant travel involved. Some travel to the Wellingborough office may be required from time to time as well as to the wider UK portfolio.

What you'll need to succeed
The ideal candidate will have a construction related degree or equivalent, as well as experience in Building Surveying. You will have experience in managing projects, as well as having strong communication skills, as you will liaise with other consultants and colleagues. A driving licence is required as you will have to travel to site for the role.

What you'll get in return
You will receive a competitive basic salary, company car/allowance, company bonus scheme, 25 day holiday plus bank holidays, defined contribution pension scheme.

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