Senior Surveyor

Job Details

  • This role will be a lead senior surveyor for Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council. Reporting to the Head of Estates and working directly with property colleagues to provide a broad level of asset advice in respect of the Council’s mixed portfolio. The post-holder will need to work collaboratively to deliver a comprehensive property service across the Council and be able to manage others.
  • Undertaking a range of property work including valuations and negotiations (where appropriate instructing and monitoring appointed consultants) for all purposes relating to:-
    1. a) Acquisitions, development opportunities, disposals and appropriations
    2. b) Land compensation claims for and against the Council
    3. c) Lettings, Rent reviews and lease renewals in relation to external lettings
    4. d) Granting or taking of any rights of any description in or over land. Internal valuation and property management advice to other Departments
    5. e) Viability studies and estimates
    6. f) Non Domestic Rating
    7. g) Encroachments on Council land
    8. h) Annual valuations of the Council’s Assets in accordance with the IFRS
    9. i) Reviewing and reporting on general property matters
    10. . Ensure that the Council’s policies in relation to the following areas are complied with:
      1. a) HR policies including managing absence, flexitime and take part in performance reviews, team meetings and one to one meetings.
      2. b) Risk Management – be aware of the Council’s policy on Risk Management and to escalate any new, emerging or potential risks are escalated to through the Property Manager.
      3. c) Health and Safety – to work in accordance with the Council’s commitment to provide a healthy and safe working environment including the promotion and implementation of health and safety policies and procedures.
      4. d) Equalities and Diversity
      5. e) Council’s corporate standards such as customer care and ensuring that complaints/freedom of information requests are investigated and dealt with
      6. f) To ensure that all necessary data is provided in an accurate, reliable and timely manner, and is fit for purpose in accordance with the Council’s Data Quality Policy.
  • Payrate: £54.00 umbrella