Hours: 37 hours per week (part time welcomed)
Building Control at North Somerset is a great place to balance a rewarding career with and a quality home life. In May this year we were the first team in the country to pass an external recertification audit by Alcumus ISOQAR and have so much to offer excellent individuals like you, that are customer focused and have great communication skills!
This is an opportunity to continue your career with the option to work part time at an organisation that values the need to balance work and home life. Other benefits include flexible working such as ‘compressed hours’ (which allows more days off work whilst maintaining a full-time salary), generous leave and pension benefits, support from a team of friendly professionals, ongoing training and working within a modern and forward-looking organisation.
It will be your job to undertake the assessment of building regulation applications to ensure works on site comply with prescribed technical standards and approved details.
This career grade post is an excellent opportunity for both recently qualified and experienced building control surveyors alike. The starting salary will be dependent on your experience and ability to demonstrate your expert skills and knowledge in relation to the LABC Competency Matrix. Whatever your level of experience we can help you to develop your career by providing training and support.
Apply now to join a group of likeminded, professionals who are dedicated to helping people and business thrive within quality developments.
For an informal discussion, please contact Jason Beale, Building Control and Service Development Manager on 01934 426 011.
Anticipated interview date: To be confirmed
North Somerset Council is an equal opportunities employer and designated as Disability Confident Leaders for the extensive support we provide to our valued staff. We welcome applications from all sections of our community regardless of age, disability, sex, race, religion, belief or sexual orientation. North Somerset Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.