East Hampshire – Assistant/Building Control Surveyor
East Hampshire District Council
Assistant/Building Control Surveyor
Salary: Grade 5–7 (depending on experience and qualifications)
Closes: 22 February 2019
- 37 hours per week
- Grade 5 £25,872 - £28,748
- Grade 6 £29,137 - £32,233
- Grade 7 £38,741 - £42,383 (including £3,000 market supplement)
Are you looking to become a qualified Building Control Surveyor or are you a fully qualified Surveyor looking for a change? Do you want a good work life balance combined with generous conditions? If so, this opportunity could be of interest to you.
East Hampshire District Council is based in the market town of Petersfield. The team covers urban and rural areas which includes large parts of the South Downs National Park.
Working within a small team of professionals in Petersfield you will play a part in helping customers ensure that their building projects are designed and constructed to comply with Building Regulations. Depending on your qualifications and experience you will also be involved in dealing with dangerous structures, demolitions, other enquiries and consultative work.
For this role you will need to have a proactive approach to work, good communication skills and be a team player with a customer focus.
The post has a career graded structure and so the starting salary will depend upon your experience of Building Control work and qualifications. Full training opportunities will be given including assistance with further qualifications where required.
In order to carry out the post applicants must possess a full and current driving licence and have a vehicle suitable to attend site inspections.
Other benefits include generous annual leave, flexible working hours, Local Government Pension Scheme and on site free parking.
For an informal discussion, please contact David Newman, Senior Building Control Surveyor, or David Harris, Senior Building Control Surveyor on 01730 234208.
Closing date for receipt of applications is 5pm on 22 February 2019.
Interviews are to be held on or around 7 March 2019.