Building Manager (Statutory) (Engineering and Surveying)

Job Details

Job Purpose:

To take direct and indirect operational responsibility for ensuring the Council’s compliance
with its landlord statutory and non-statutory duties and obligations is met and maintained on
the portfolios assigned to the post holder. To work with the Strategic Compliance Manager and other sections across the Council such as Planning to ensure the Council is managing its Housing and related properties, Fire Safety, and Health and Safety in line with current UK regulations including Building Safer Futures, and to support the implementation of future legislation post the Hackitt Report.
To undertake the role and / or function of Building Safety Manager as it evolves and it

Key responsibilities and duties:

Make a positive contribution to the delivery of the relevant services; this will include working
flexibly and positively to achieve the objectives of the council. Manage and lead staff to achieve high performance and effective operational delivery, including developing and improving staff capability. Reviewing and providing comments in fire safety strategy during design stages. Means of escape analysis. Developing up to date floor plans and elevation of building designs. Assessments and understanding of the main British Fire Safety Legislation, Building Regulations and Standards.

Qualifications and Professional Membership requirements:

Degree in Fire Safety Engineering / Chartered Engineer with the Institute of Fire Engineers or equivalent.
National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety or equivalent experience.

36 hours a week with an hourly pay rate of £41.04 Umbrella.