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woking | £41,127
the starting salary for this role is £41,127 per annum, working 36 hours per week. the early yearscommissioning team works closely with early years settings and schools to fulfil our statutory duty to ensure that we have sufficient early years provision in surrey. the team provides business advice to support providers to be financially sustainable whilst delivery the best quality childcare and education to our youngest children. the team also has a focus on market management of the childcare sector in surrey to secure sufficient, good quality early education and childcare places for families with a particular focus on children with special educational needs and disabilities or those experiencing barriers to learning. our aim is to improve outcomes for children and families and to achieve excellence for all surrey residents. examples of our work include: providing information, support and guidance on business planning, financial forecasting and governance to support sustainability of the sector.supporting the sector to deliver the early years funded entitlement for 2, 3 & 4 year olds according to statutory requirements.monitoring and managing the market to ensure a mixed model of delivery to meet the needs of each community and achieve sufficiency.being responsible for a geographical area of surrey, gaining detailed and in-depth knowledge of the market and the needs of the community.ensuring that children with special educational need and disabilities or other barriers to learning are included.facilitating and creating opportunities for early identification and early intervention so children can reach their full potential.engaging with families and providers to ensure that the early years sector continues to meet the needs of surrey residents.ensuring that all providers are compliant according to statutory guidance for la’s when delivering early years funded entitlement we are looking for enthusiastic, highly motivated applicants who have knowledge, understanding and experience of the early years sector. working closely with a wide variety of teams you will be able to thrive in a fast-paced environment and working to strict deadlines. we would welcome your application if: you have commissioning experience or business and financial management.you have knowledge and experience of working at a senior level in the early years or schools sector.have excellent communication skills with the ability to influence and negotiate.can demonstrate the ability to work collaboratively with teams within the council and with external partners.have a passion for improving outcomes and services for children, young people and their families.a keen understanding for value for money.a full driving licence and access to a vehicle. at surrey, our values and behaviours are just as important as our skills and abilities. they shape who we are as an organisation. find out more about the values we follow. additional informationthe job advert closes at 23:59 on 17/08/2022. interviews will take place on 31/08/2022. an enhanced dbs ‘disclosure and barring service’ check for regulated activity (formerly known as crb) and the children’s and adults’ barred list checks will be required for this role. contact details for an informal discussion please contact carol savedra via email at .uk. we look forward to receiving your application, please click on the apply online button below to submit. benefits from flexible working to job sharing (where possible) we are committed to providing a healthy work life balance. a laptop and mobile will be supplied if applicable to your role. you will benefit from 26 days annual leave, rising to 28 days after 2 years' service, a generous local government salary related pension, as well as the option to join our car lease scheme. for more information about the wide variety of benefits you can take advantage of please visit mybenefits for surrey county council staff. our commitment surrey county council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. we want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups.
Closing on 16 Sep
nottingham | £40,000
estimator - office based mansfield nottinghamshire our client is a well-established manufacturer of high end interior fit outs that you would see in offices, retail , hotels, not only in the uk, but internationally . the work they do is diverse, bespoke and exciting with a real understanding of their client's vison on how you perceive their brand. in recognition of their international presence, strong brand and continued growth, we're recruiting for an office based estimator to join their vibrant team. a key requirement of this role is knowledge of joinery fabrication along with an understanding of the various manufacturing processes involved. this is an exciting opportunity for an individual with experience in estimating. you'll be working independently, however, be an integral part of the team to ensure all the customer requirements are interpreted and translated correctly. you'll be responsible for costing enquiries based on suitable materials and the accuracy around the associated labour costs. the candidate for this role you will need to: excellent communication skills - written and verbalexcellent attention to detail, an eye for detail and analyticalprevious experience in estimating and purchasing within joinery fabricationin-depth knowledge of various materials and production processeswork accurately with detailed informationmanage time constraints effectively and be a natural forward plannerability to read production drawings a full job description can be supplied
Closing on 15 Sep
london | £60,000
at ardmore, we're currently recruiting for an estimator to join our pre-construction team, based at our head office in london, n1. this position will support the estimating team throughout the full tender process. to be successful within this position, you will have a bsc in construction management, or equivalent. have a good understanding of estimating methodologies and techniques and have previously worked within a similar position. your responsibilities: assist with reviewing all tender information and er'ssupport and assist with prepare built-up rates and pricing informationsupport with the coordination of the preparation of tender packsobtain and analyse tender returns for inclusion within tender submission and handover packsattend site visits as and when requiredliaise, provide information and support pre-construction, technical and planning functionsassist with the preparation of risk registers and information required for contractor’s proposalsattend pre-tender, mid-tender and post-tender meetings as requiredassist and prepare handover packs for internal departments including financealongside the senior estimator, assist the commercial teams in establishing project budgets company benefits generous maternity, adoption & paternity pay scheme3 days special leave you can use if your boiler breaks down, childminder cancelled or you have something important to doday off on your birthdaysingle medical cover (most pre-existing conditions are covered)generous amount of holidays, starting with 25 + bank holidays and going up to 30 days + bank holidays (dependant on length of service)sick leave fully paid, up to 20 days (dependant on length of service)a good pension scheme to help you for when you retirelife assurance (paying 4x your salary)we pay your professional membership fees that are relevant to your rolesupport with your professional growth and learninggenerous staff referral scheme, paying up to £3,500the opportunity to save up to 25% on your bike via the cycle to work schemediscounts on 100's of retailers and gymsemployee assistance programme - offering counselling and emotional support for you and your family, 24hours a day, 7 days a week about ardmore group the ardmore group is one of the largest family owned construction companies in the uk. although we have delivered across the uk, we are best known as london’s builder given our unrivaled reputation for delivering large scale residential, hotel and regeneration schemes in london since our creation in 1974. ardmore has been involved in hundreds of major projects across london, including landmark buildings that have shaped the face of the capital. we have established a major reputation for delivery of large-scale phased regeneration schemes. we were the first tier-one contractor at the athlete's village for the london olympics and are lead contractor on two of london’s largest regeneration programmes in lewisham and greenwich. in addition to our expertise in the residential sector we have extensive experience in delivering bespoke luxury hotel refurbishment schemes. in 2011, we completed the luxurious corinthia hotel, and followed that success by delivering two of the best new hotels in the world in 2017 at the four seasons, ten trinity square and the ned at poultry.
Closing on 12 Sep
camden | £37,000
maintenance surveyor - domestic compliance central london or surrounding areas permanent, full time (37.5 hours per week) salary circa: £37,000 - £40,000 / £41,000 pa (southeast and london periphery), dependent on skills and experience, plus brilliant benefits!delivering on our customer promise. that’s when it hits homewe’re looking for maintenance surveyors to join our responsive and voids team looking after our domestic compliance. you will provide technical advice to improve the quality standards of our maintenance service specifically in relation to gas and electricity compliance. you’ll inspect home group’s properties to ensure that repairs are ordered and carried out to a high standard for all heating repairs.you’ll be delivering a responsive, high quality and caring maintenance service to our customers using customer insight to maximise the customer experience. you’ll be responsible for working with our contractors to deliver a first-class domestic compliance service - including gas, electric, solid fuel, solar etc.be yourself at home home?group?is?committed to?tackling?prejudice and discrimination, not just for our customers, but?for our?colleagues too!?we’re super proud of our internal diversity networks and allies (multicultural, lgbtqia+ and disability) which support colleagues from different backgrounds to be their true selves. we?recognise and celebrate our differences, together we make home group a great place to work! do let us know if you’d like us to make any adjustments to support you in your application.about you you will have the ability to manage, control budgets and expenditure with effective time management skills and be able to prioritise workload to meet deadlines. you will have the ability to work unsupervised covering a large geographical area.you will need to have a great working knowledge of gas and / or electric, ideally either be a qualified gas engineer or hold an electrical qualification to underline your competence. previous experience of contract management and working with external partners would be an advantageous to the role.due to the nature of the role you will be required to drive and have access to your own vehicle which you will be able to claim your business miles back on.what you will get to help you be brilliant25 days annual leave rising to 30 days (with the option to buy 5 more), as well as bank holidays...
Closing on 06 Sep
ipswich | £34,373
suffolk county council have an opportunity available for a senior planning officer (infrastructure) to join our team. you will be working mainly from endeavour house, ipswich, but hybrid working (from home with attending the base office occasionally) is also possible. you will join us on a full time, permanent basis (part time working will be considered for this role) and in return, you will receive a competitive salary of £34,373 - £40,455 per annum (pro rata if part time). it is important to us that we proactively focus on career development and growth, investing in our people to create a positive team culture supported by lifelong learning. the county council is entering an exciting period of change, creating many opportunities to drive and influence strategic priorities. we must achieve carbon neutrality by 2030 and this environment goal influences all the council’s activities. in addition, suffolk is one of nine areas identified as being in scope for a devolution deal, as set out in the recent government levelling up paper. do you have recent experience of infrastructure planning? would you like to develop your career through working with different aspects of planning?would you like to work with an incredibly varied range of professionals and projects? are you passionate about making a positive difference for the future environment and lives of people in suffolk? about the senior planning officer role: we are looking for a chartered town planner who is interested in securing infrastructure to deliver essential services to our communities. you will make a significant input to the county council's planning team helping to secure and report on development contributions towards infrastructure through engagement at various stages of the planning process, particularly through the community infrastructure levy and planning obligations. there will be opportunities to work with different aspects of planning across the team, to represent the council at inquiries and examinations, and to contribute to the delivery of the council's own developments. your responsibilities as our senior planning officer will include: advising the public, councillors and colleagues on our infrastructure policyattending public local inquiries and examinations in publicproviding planning advice and support for corporate development projects and other initiativesmentoring and coaching the members of the team in their professional development. to become our senior planning officer, you will need: to be a chartered town planner (mrtpi) or have a degree in a development-related subject and eligibility for membership of a relevant professional organisationexperience of dealing with complex and contentious proposals and of preparing reports for committees and/or inquirieseffective communication and negotiation skills. the team you will be part of a small and busy team of planners and other professionals working on a diverse range of projects. we are a very supportive team who will enable your personal and professional development, through on-to-one support, staff networks and a range of learning and personal growth opportunities. we are responsible for ensuring new development meets the county's infrastructure needs, supporting district and borough councils on strategic planning issues, interacting with nationally significant infrastructure projects for minerals and waste planning policy, planning applications for the council's own development and providing planning support for scc development projects. we will offer you: a broad range of professional interactionsthe opportunity to mentor less experienced and enthusiastic team membersflexible working options to support you, your work-life balance and careera generous leave entitlementpublic transport discounts and season ticket loan scheme we positively encourage the use of technology to communicate, but in this role, you will need to travel to locations away from your contractual base, so you must either hold a full and current driving licence and have access to personal transport or meet the mobility requirements of the role through other reasonable and suitable means. why not click ‘apply’ today to find out more about the role and be considered as our senior planning officer – we would love to hear from you! closing date: 11.30pm, 8th august 2022 interviews for this post are planned for 15th and 16th august 2022. if you are selected for an interview but are not available on this date, please make contact to arrange an alternative. this authority is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. dbs checks or police vetting will be required for relevant posts.
Closing on 07 Sep
taunton | £34,984
here at somerset county council we are looking for a building surveyor to join our corporate property team based in taunton. you will join us on a full time, permanent basis and in return, we are offering a competitive salary of £34,984 - £39,336 per annum, plus benefits. about the building surveyor role: this is a new role in our expanding team and will offer a high level of autonomy in a flexible environment, delivering large scale projects and programmes across a diverse property portfolio. the county council is currently undertaking an extensive programme of schools and corporate asset capital maintenance programmes, decarbonisation schemes and refurbishment projects. you’ll play a key role in scoping, commissioning and delivering these programmes. here's what you can expect to be doing as our building surveyor: managing a 3 year, £1.2m programme of condition and decarbonisation works across our residential and activity centre assets. this is a programme of work across two listed estates to improve the overall condition and customer appeal of these assets, as well as undertaking a scheme of decarbonisation works to remove or reduce the use of fossil fuels as part of scc’s climate emergency objective.managing a £400k programme of condition works across our heritage trust assets. working with the trust, you will manage a scheme of high priority maintenance works across the four historical sites, including the scheduled ancient monument of taunton castle.taking a lead role as the client across a diverse property portfolio, undertaking a wide range of maintenance and improvement programmes, carrying out condition surveys and undertaking works inspections. what are we looking for in our building surveyor? experience of managing programmes of maintenance or construction works on operational premises (ideally as a building surveyor or property professional).the ability to work effectively in a challenging environment, successfully managing your own diverse workload whilst also being a key member of a wider team delivering an effective property management function.excellent (or at least really, really good) knowledge in construction and building regulations, defect analysis and ability to carry out condition surveys using dedicated asset management software.access to your own vehicle with business use purposes as you’ll need to carry out site visits and surveys across the country of somerset. why choose somerset county council? a local government pension scheme.discounted lease car via salary sacrifice scheme and options for discounts on petrol or diesel.my staff shop offering discounts in shops, online shopping, restaurants, cinema tickets, insurance benefits and so forth.a flexible benefits scheme via salary sacrifice to obtain a cycle for work, childcare vouchers, additional annual leave, computers, mobile phones and health screening.generous annual leave and flexible working arrangements.staff discounts in gyms.employee assistance and support offering a variety of employee wellbeing services to support a healthy work/life balance and lifestyle.optional pension enhancement through our additional voluntary contribution scheme. additional information: the salary for the role is £34,984 to £39,336 per annum (this includes a £4,000 recruitment allowance per annum for up to 3 years). closing date: wednesday24th august 2022if you feel you have the skills and experience to join us as our building surveyor,then please click ‘apply’ now, we’d love to hear from you! we recommend applying as soon as possible. depending on the level of response, we anticipate conducting interviews and potentially making an offer, ahead of the closing date.
Closing on 07 Sep
manston | £35,000
we have an opportunity for a building manager to join our team based in manston, kent. you will lead and manage the site teams providing the delivery of an excellent workplace experience to customers with a primary focus on soft services and compliance, but you will ideally also have an understanding of catering services should the need arise. a flexible approach due to the nature of the site and the likely peaks and troughs in the volumes of customers is needed. you will also assist the area manager to deliver strategic, sustainable, integrated facilities services for your allocated buildings whilst driving high levels of customer service to create a great workplace experience for our customers and building visitors. you'll be working in line with kpis and sla performance agreements delivering against these objectives and the budget guidelines to support the site and contract business target. responsibilities will include: managing and developing a team of soft service delivery colleagues working with the area manager to lead the team to deliver our service standards, maintain hse excellence and a secure workplace actively engaging in the provision of service innovation projects, programs and processes, keeping the contract informed and updated accountable for the overall management and control of costs in your areas of responsibility for the various service stream within your building managing the computer aided facilities management (cafm) system to ensure that all jobs are logged and closed and investigating for resolution ensure that all contractors abide to the ocs standards and work in safe manner provide monthly reports to the area manager on the works completed on the sites under your supervision qualifications and experience required: iosh, managing safety hold professional membership (cibse,bifm,iosh) or willingness to achieve professional membership it skills including microsoft, sap and cafm software platforms awareness of legislation relating to building compliance strong it skills (microsoft, sap, cafm, platforms) full clean driving licence what will you get in return? an enhanced pension scheme (above auto enrolment rates) - to save for the future life assurance - to protect your family should the worst happen 25 days holiday, plus 8 bank holidays on top option to purchase additional annual leave private medical insurance - to protect you access to 100s of high street discounts financial wellbeing support - access to low interest loans recognition scheme 'ocs stars'- monetary rewards given to top performers training and development- apprenticeships, e-learning, english as a second language and our award nominated 'impact' programme long service awards cycle to work scheme- discounted bicycles access to our employee assistance programme- 24-7 health & wellbeing support why join ocs group uk ltd? ocs prides itself as a company with strong family values and we are passionate about hiring people who demonstrate the same. we take care of you; we act safely and responsibly; we are trustworthy; we work as experts. if you share these values, we want you to be part of our team. ocs have a well-respected brand and our colleagues are empowered to be the best version of themselves. we offer job stability and are committed to developing our colleagues by offering more than just a job. we are a financially stable business who continues to be privately owned since its inception in 1900. we reward those who demonstrate our values and since the launch of our ocs star recognition scheme we have rewarded nearly 1,500 colleagues with monetary vouchers, certificates, and public recognition within the business. we invest and support the growth of our people and are currently sponsoring over 310 colleagues who are enrolled in a variety of apprenticeship programmes, ranging from level 3 qualifications in customer service to degree programmes in leadership. if you want to develop you career, ocs is a great choice. ocs offers the family feel of smaller organisations although large enough to offer so many opportunities. we recognise your efforts and contribution and show our appreciation through a variety of reward schemes which in turn results in our colleagues staying with ocs. our business is the family you can choose, and our people stay for the friendships, opportunities, and career fulfilment we offer
Closing on 05 Sep
woking | £32,173
the starting salary for this role is £32,173 per annum based on working 36 hours per week. whilst having an administrative base of quadrant court in woking, the planning team are now working to an agile workstyle, with an expectation that officers will work out of different locations/venues, including home. staff are encouraged to choose the location where they think will be most productive and have access to technology to connect with team members. are you looking for an opportunity to build on your planning career? the county council is the planning authority for minerals, waste, and the county council’s own development proposals. it also works closely with the 11 surrey boroughs and districts in respect of strategic development across the county, infrastructure to support local plans and the impacts of airport expansion. surrey county council’s planning service handles planning applications for mineral and waste development and development by the council required for the provision of its services, such as schools. the surrey context minerals are essential for the building and maintenance of homes, commercial and industrial buildings, schools, and hospitals as well as transport and utility network improvements. maintaining the supply of minerals and safeguarding mineral resources from sterilisation is integral in enabling development. surrey’s mineral resources include sand and gravel; clay; silica sand; chalk; oil and gas.over three million tonnes of waste is generated annually in surrey, which requires increased rates of refuse and recycling as well as major waste management infrastructure to help us deliver sustainable development by driving waste management up the waste hierarchy.county council development includes primarily schools, but also care homes, fire stations, and other county driven infrastructure projects. to help us achieve our goals we have an opportunity for a planning development monitoring officer to join our team. you should be self-confident and will value working as part of an experienced and supportive team. you should be able to work under pressure to deadlines, communicate effectively and demonstrate drive and commitment. this role would suit enforcement or monitoring officers looking to continue to develop their careers and as well as recent planning graduates at the start of their careers, looking for monitoring and enforcement experience. you will work in a supportive atmosphere which encourages learning both internally and externally. excellent communication skills are crucial for this role; you will be able to communicate verbally, politely, and confidently, and in writing with the public, fellow professionals, applicants, site operators, landowners, and county councillors. good organisation, self-motivation, enthusiasm, and attention to detail are important personal skills in this role. to be shortlisted for interview, your application will need to clearly show evidence of: a relevant degree or experiencea full uk driving licenceexcellent verbal and written communication skillsan understanding of the uk planning system or the ability and willingness to learn and develop this further at surrey, our values and behaviours are just as important as our skills and abilities. they shape who we are as an organisation. find out more about the values we follow. additional informationthe job advert closes at 23:59 on the 7th augst 2022, with a date for interviews to follow. this post has been designated as a politically restricted post in accordance with the local government and housing act 1989. contact details if you would to like to know more about the role, please contact ian gray, planning enforcement team leader by email at .uk or stephen jenkins, planning development manager by email at .uk. we look forward to receiving your application, please click on the apply online button below to submit. benefits from flexible working to job sharing (where possible) we are committed to providing a healthy work life balance. a laptop and mobile will be supplied if applicable to your role. you will benefit from 26 days annual leave, rising to 28 days after 2 years' service, a generous local government salary related pension, as well as the option to join our car lease scheme. for more information about the wide variety of benefits you can take advantage of please visit mybenefits for surrey county council staff. our commitment surrey county council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. we want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups.
Closing on 02 Sep
woking | £46,634
the salary range for this role is £46,634 - £52,625 per annum based on working 36 hours per week.whilst having quadrant court in woking as an administrative base, the planning team are now working to an agile workstyle, with an expectation that officers will work out of different locations/venues, including home. staff are encouraged to choose the location where they think will be most productive and have access to technology to connect with team members. are you looking for an opportunity to build on your planning career? development management sits within the planning group. development management is the county planning authority in respect of applications for planning permission for mineral working, for waste management operations, and for county development, for example schools and highways. minerals and waste planning is contentious and sensitive and can involve complex technical and regulatory detail. there are approximately 50 mineral sites and 100 authorised waste sites in surrey, plus an additional 50 sites involving unauthorised waste development. such development often raises issues of significant public interest and requires strong organisational skills to manage them effectively. to help us achieve our goals we have an opportunity for a principal planning officer (enforcement) to join our team to undertake key activity including: dealing with unauthorised waste development and assisting with the processing of complaints and investigation around unauthorised waste developmentnegotiating with developers to secure compliance or cessation around waste matterspreparing enforcement instructions and working with legal colleagues to initiate these in line with surrey county council’s enforcement protocol and best practice.supporting the wider development management team with planning, enforcement and appeals work and to make recommendations on proposals, including the writing of reports and presenting proposals to committee or to senior officers acting under delegated powers.to represent the planning authority as an expert planning witness, to prepare and submit written representations on behalf of the council and to assist counsel in the presentation of cases as required in relation to any appeals, prosecutions or poca proceeding in relation to any enforcement notices or other planning appeals. you will be self-confident and will value working as part of an experienced and supportive team, with an ability to work under pressure to deadlines. effective communication will be crucial as well as a strong commitment to drive and deliver work, using your own initiative. your creative thinking and contribution of new ideas to develop processes that will improve the team’s efficiency and improve service delivery is encouraged and supported and in return we will support and develop you to help you reach your own professional ambitions. to be shortlisted to interview your cv and personal statement will clearly evidence: a degree with a relevant professional qualification and either eligibility for membership of the rtpi or working towards this status.a good understanding of minerals and waste development management issues and the uk planning system, with at least three years relevant experience in planning enforcement with a county planning authority.experience in dealing with a range of customer stakeholders including applicants, consultees, councillors, mps and residents.a full uk driving licence. at surrey, our values and behaviours are just as important as our skills and abilities. they shape who we are as an organisation. find out more about the values we follow. additional informationthe job advert closes at 23:59 on 7th august 2022 with a date for interviews to follow. this post has been designated as a politically restricted post in accordance with the local government and housing act 1989. contact details if you would to like to know more about the role, please contact ian gray, planning enforcement team leader by email at .uk or stephen jenkins, planning development manager by email at .uk. we look forward to receiving your application, please click on the apply online button below to submit. benefits from flexible working to job sharing (where possible) we are committed to providing a healthy work life balance. a laptop and mobile will be supplied if applicable to your role. you will benefit from 26 days annual leave, rising to 28 days after 2 years' service, a generous local government salary related pension, as well as the option to join our car lease scheme. for more information about the wide variety of benefits you can take advantage of please visit mybenefits for surrey county council staff. our commitment surrey county council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children, young people and vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment. we want to be an inclusive and diverse employer of first choice reflecting the community we serve and particularly welcome applications from all under represented groups.
Closing on 02 Sep
home meadow | £40,000
building control surveyor, socotec, £45,000, any location in the ukto support our ambitious growth plans, we have a great opportunity to join our building and real estate division. socotec is the market-leading independent provider of building control, and we pride ourselves on being the experts and leading authority on building controls within the industry. we’re looking to hire a number of building control surveyors at all experience levels to support this growth. with a significant portfolio, from small specialist projects to some of the largest opportunities in the country. this scope and size mean we can offer you the chance to live and work locally while also supporting and delivering some of the uk’s most prestigious projects. here at socotec building control we understand that we deliver excellence to our customers by having the very best people. we are committed to personal and professional development and you will be supported and mentored at every step of your journey with us. you will join a large team of industry leading, expert professionals and get exposure to some of the best opportunities and challenges available. to be successful in this role, you will be able to demonstrate: membership or working towards membership of rics, cabe or equivalent (or qualified by suitable experience) ensuring cpd requirements are met thereafter to broaden and develop skills.excellent communication and relationship building skillsability to build relationships with clients and deliver excellent client carea self-starting attitude and an ability to work independently as well as part of a large project teamexperience of solving complex issues through analysis, development of suitable solutions and the implementation of these solutions socotec is the uk's leading provider of testing, inspection and certification services. we offer an unrivalled range of technical expertise and services throughout the uk and worldwide. by joining us, you’ll be part of an 1,800+ strong team, where we will provide you with both the flexibility and a host of opportunities. we are committed to personal and professional development, and you will be supported and mentored at every step of your journey with us. you will join a large team of industry-leading, expert professionals and receive exposure to some of the best opportunities and challenges available. as well as a competitive salary, we can offer you a wide range of benefits including, 25 days holiday with the opportunity to buy more. an electric car scheme, energy bill supplement payments, employee recognition schemes, family friendly support, employee benefits and discounts app, employee assistance programmes and enhanced company pension. think you’ve got what it takes to add value to our success? we would love to hear from you and look forward to receiving your application.
Closing on 31 Aug
hertfordshire | £40,000
property surveyor location - home counties (field based) role purpose greene king is the country's leading pub company and brewer, first established in 1799. at greene king it's not just pints that we want you to pour, we want people who can share our purpose and pour happiness into lives. we are on a transformational journey for both customers and colleagues which will make us the pride of british hospitality. with over 40,000 people working across our 1,600 pubs, our breweries and two support centres, a career at greene king has no limits. this is a great opportunity to join the greene king property team as a regional building surveyor to manage and maintain c100 of those pubs to ensure our businesses are the first choice for our customers. you will help lead our approved consultants, contractors and suppliers in maintaining these assets with a defined regional area together with the support of your wider surveying team, inhouse helpdesk and compliance colleagues. no two days will be the same as you deal with every conceivable issue in a building surveyors checklist - these are not only pubs or hotels, but homes and offices to our staff, food and beverage outlets and increasingly sustainable businesses generating energy or providing suitable charging points for customers vehicles. check out our job description and see where a career as a pub surveyor can take you. a greene king regional building surveyor is responsible for the repair and maintenance of a diverse property portfolio ranging from new builds to listed buildings including pubs, restaurants and hotels within a defined geographical area. reporting to a senior surveyor, and part of a larger surveying team, this is a field based role with significant autonomy to diagnose and resolve on-going defects and reactive repairs to all elements of a building within your patch. the surveyor will be responsible for the management of their repairs & maintenance budget and agreed investment capital within their region. ensuring their pubs comply with relevant statutory obligations and are maintained in accordance with agreed company and divisional/brand standards. this is a fast paced, multi site role that would suit both a surveyor relatively new into the profession seeking additional knowledge and qualifications or someone experienced in the pub trade looking to work across a truly diverse range of properties and issues. what can you expect from us?- competitive salary and pension contribution scheme- private medical insurance (75% employer contribution) + free health screening- option to purchase discounted dental insurance- life assurance- 33% discount for you on food and drinks across all our managed sites and 15% for your friends and family- 50% discount for you at greene king hotels/inns and 25% discount for your friends and family- access to company perks portal for regular retailer discounts- 33 days holiday (including bank holidays) and the opportunity to buy 5 additional days- free onsite parking- an employee health, wellbeing advice and guidance service- as one of the industry's leading apprenticeship providers, we can offer training and development at any stage of your career, whatever step you decide to takeinclusion and diversityat greene king we're setting the bar for inclusion & diversity. we are on a journey towards everyday inclusion where everyone feels welcome, can thrive and truly belong. with external commitments like the valuable 500, if not now, when? and our calling time on racism manifesto, our community partnerships and the support of our 4 internal employee led inclusion groups we have a clear plan based on education, awareness and activity that's already making an impact. we value the diversity of our people and are working to increase this, by joining us on this journey you can help us to shape our future inclusive culture.corporate social responsibilitywe also want to be a positive force for good, having a social purpose that threads through every part of our business, whether it be through caring for the planet, caring for our communities through our hugely successful partnership with macmillan (raising over 10 million pounds!) or caring for our people, creating life opportunities for all through innovative social mobility programmes. we are on an incredible journey and our goal is to be the pride of british hospitality.fancy joining us?#li-tr1 #li-remote
Closing on 15 Aug
bakewell | £35,000
are you an experienced quantity surveyor looking for your next opportunity? are you a highly motivated go-getter with an ability to cost, financially manage and de-risk projects in the construction and infrastructure sectors? do you have a passion for delivering value and benefit through archaeology? are you highly successful with numbers and estimating, highly organised, efficient and with a high work-rate? this position is for an experienced quantity surveyor who will assist with the continued expansion of the company and our work pipeline. although we are recruiting for those with experience of quantity surveyor work in relation to archaeology, we also warmly invite applications from those from a broader construction/infrastructure background with the drive to get involved in a value-added part of the supply chain - namely archaeology. experience of delivering to and administering nec3 contracts is essential. this post is nominally based at bakewell but could include some homeworking based elsewhere in england with regular office and site visits as required. as a quantity surveyor you will ideally have experience of financial costing and management of a wide range of projects, preparing tenders and contract documents, planning staff allocations to jobs, negotiating with clients and sub-contractors, invoicing/applications for payments, financial monitoring and reporting and risk reduction. you will be accountable to the chief operating officer. a good knowledge of british archaeology would be helpful. we welcome applications from quantity surveyors with any of the following skills or attributes: surveyor, quantity surveyor, surveyor management, qs, senior archaeology construction, boqs, nec3, excel, project, primevera 6. benefits competitive salarybonus scheme linked to achieving company performance targetsattractive company pension contributionlife assurance coversector-leading commitment to training and career progressionmember of the company's health cash plan which includes a wide range of health services and financial supportdiscounts and rewards on health, fitness, and entertainment28 days annual leave (inclusive of bank holidays)additional annual leave awarded according to accrued length of serviceaccommodation provided for away work with subsistencefull personal protective equipment and company branded workwear100% of cifa subscription fees and cscs card fees essential skills experienced at producing boqs, costings etc, within the construction industry or specifically archaeology.good experience of running the commercial side of projects, including specifically nec3 contracts, and dealing effectively with clients, regulators, sub-contractors, and your own wider team.documented experience of organising and delivering commercial aspects of site work and post-excavation/construction work and producing high quality written reports.highly competent use of relevant key software such as excel, project, primevera 6.successful track record in costing jobs accurately that have ensured good profitability and minimal risk. desirable skills a good understanding of how archaeological projects work within the construction/infrastructure environment.a relevant professional qualification (e.g. member royal institute of chartered surveyors) or post-graduate qualification (e.g. mba, masters). about company archaeological research services ltd is an experienced commercial practice providing a full range of archaeological and heritage services. by offering a complete service we keep costs down and gain efficiencies for our clients through the lifecycle of a project so you can be sure of maximising the value of your investment. we operate throughout the uk from our network of offices, and we welcome opportunities to work abroad. whether you are building infrastructure or houses, establishing a quarry, converting mills, or regenerating urban places, we offer a one-stop shop for dealing with all archaeological and heritage matters. from preliminary advice and assessments to high level consultancy, fieldwork, post-excavation analysis and dissemination, our approach is committed to providing successful outcomes by way of tailor-made solutions geared to the strategic needs of our clients. we are an efficient organisation committed to investment in our staff, equipment, and technology. this means you can be sure of being assisted by skilled, hard-working and motivated staff who take pride in their work, create value and deliver jobs on time.
Closing on 12 Aug
nottingham | £42,263
the facilities contract manager will effectively lead a team of employees to provide a fully integrated and efficient fm service to the pfi contracts in line with agreed budgets and service specifications. you will also monitor and report on the quality and financial performance of the services within the scope of the contract, to include innovation in service delivery.responsibilities will include:be the first point of contact for the management of ocs service delivery to clients and stakeholders.provide regular progress reports and service updates to our supply chain partners.responsibility for ensuring due compliance to the contract specification.account management responsibility to develop contract operations.provide reports for our client representative and ocs management teams on all aspects of service delivery.by daily personal inspection, ensure that the scope of contract is being correctly delivered and that service standards are maintained and improved, taking remedial action where necessary.manage and motivate the teams and ad hoc contractors to always provide a quality, customer friendly service, in line with the partnering ethos/culture.ensure that the work schedules are regularly reviewed to ensure best value for money and efficient delivery of services to our client requirements.monitor and report on financial performance & quality of service delivery.ensure service delivery in line with ar's and kpi's and contractual obligations at all times.monitor customer feedback and respond to customer comments.qualifications and experience required:a level, further higher education or equivalent.nebosh/iosh certificate would be desirable.ih membership, appropriate trade qualifications and recognitionit literate, ms office/competent in the use of excel, power point.hard fm background is desirable.mbfim desirable.substantial experience in an education environment dealing with a tfm contract.must have experience of full budgetary control to include complex fixed price contracts.what will you get in return?an enhanced pension scheme (above auto enrolment rates) - to save for the futurelife assurance - to protect your family should the worst happen25 days holiday, plus 8 bank holidays on topoption to purchase additional annual leaveprivate medical insurance - to protect youaccess to 100s of high street discountsfinancial wellbeing support - access to low interest loansrecognition scheme 'ocs stars'- monetary rewards given to top performerstraining and development- apprenticeships, e-learning, english as a second language and our award nominated 'impact' programmelong service awardscycle to work scheme- discounted bicyclesaccess to our employee assistance programme- 24-7 health & wellbeing supportwhy join ocs group uk ltd?ocs prides itself as a company with strong family values and we are passionate about hiring people who demonstrate the same.we take care of you; we act safely and responsibly; we are trustworthy; we work as experts. if you share these values, we want you to be part of our team.ocs have a well-respected brand and our colleagues are empowered to be the best version of themselves. we offer job stability and are committed to developing our colleagues by offering more than just a job. we are a financially stable business who continues to be privately owned since its inception in 1900.we reward those who demonstrate our values and since the launch of our ocs star recognition scheme we have rewarded nearly 1,500 colleagues with monetary vouchers, certificates, and public recognition within the business.we invest and support the growth of our people and are currently sponsoring over 310 colleagues who are enrolled in a variety of apprenticeship programmes, ranging from level 3 qualifications in customer service to degree programmes in leadership. if you want to develop you career, ocs is a great choice.ocs offers the family feel of smaller organisations although large enough to offer so many opportunities. we recognise your efforts and contribution and show our appreciation through a variety of reward schemes which in turn results in our colleagues staying with ocs. our business is the family you can choose, and our people stay for the friendships, opportunities, and career fulfilment we offer
Closing on 11 Aug
rowley regis | £55,000
colas is looking to recruit a construction manager for the recently awarded 6 years service delivery framework contract with 5½ years remaining. you will cover areas 7 and 9 (east and west midlands regions). this key position will involve managing contracts and client expectations whilst ensuring that there is compliance with all quality procedures and safe working practices. this is a permanent and full-time position and can be based in rowley regis or duxford. package descriptionas well as a highly competitive salary, colas offers some great benefits with this role, including:• a generous pension contribution• life assurance cover (x4 basic salary)• 25 days annual leave + bank holidays (with the option to buy/sell more)• flexible working policy• opportunity to study towards a professional qualification fully funded• ongoing training and personal/professional development• discounts on car leasing, holidays, cinema tickets, restaurants and much more through our online employee benefits portal main responsibilitiesthe candidate will provide leadership, motivation and direction to the contract unit delivery team. this person will also be responsible for: · efficient management and utilisation of all business unit / company resource through programming, planning and effective dialogue with peers / clients · liaison and leadership of supply chain deliver and programming · ensuring data provision to meet reporting requirements · developing and updating regular activity programmes for all contract responsibilities in accordance with client requirement · ensuring the safe and efficient running of all contracts to budget with full responsibility for the financial performance of contracts · annual budget forecasting in partnership with business accountant. the ideal candidatethe ideal candidate is likely to have 5+ years of experience in supervising or managing road restraint system works on motorways and trunk roads. however, we will also consider applicants with heavy civils experience, including rail. you will hold a relevant cscs card (ideally black card) as well as safety and fencing industry skills qualifications. about the companycolas ltd are a uk subsidiary of the global colas group, which operates in over 50 countries worldwide and employs over 55,000 people including over 1500 in the uk across multiple sites. we are specialists in highways construction and have been involved in large scale uk and international construction projects within the highways, airfields and marine sectors as well as offering highways maintenance services and manufacturing our own innovative surfacing products. we hold a ‘gold investor in people’ award for continuously developing and rewarding our employees, offering excellent career potential. colas is fully committed to promoting equality and diversity and maintaining a culture of fairness, transparency and respect for all employees, clients, communities, suppliers, contractors and other stakeholders. colas aims to be inclusive, meet diverse needs and promote awareness and ownership in the workplace and the communities in which we serve. colas values the strength and differences that a diverse workforce brings to the organisation and believes that by harnessing these differences, we will foster a productive environment where equity and mutual respect are intrinsic, where talents are being fully utilised and organisational goals are met.
Closing on 09 Aug