Building Technical Officer

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Location
Agile - Hambleton
Salary
£33,812 + £2000 car allowance per annum pro rota
Posted
16 Jul 2021
Closes
27 Jul 2021
Seniority
Officer
Contract
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Organisation Type
Housing association / RP

The opportunity

We are recruiting a Building Technical Officer to join our HIA Team at Yorkshire Housing. The Building Technical Officer will work regionally to provide, technical advice and support to best meet the needs of customers through adaptation, repair and improvements to their homes.

What you’ll be doing?

You’ll provide a full technical support and advice service to Home Improvement Agency and Yorkshire Housing customers/staff to deliver necessary and appropriate adaptation, repair, improvement or other similar work.

You’ll prepare detailed schedules of work, specifications and drawings to determine accurate costing’s and provide contractors with all information necessary to carry out works.

You ‘ll obtain planning and building regulations approval (where necessary) and ensure that contractors are aware that appropriate health and safety measures and legal requirements must be met for work allocated to them.

You’ll liaise with the HIA Management team, to build good working relationships with local authorities, contractors and other organisations to ensure that the customers’ needs are best served.

You’ll monitor the on-site progress of works to confirm specifications are met and sign off upon satisfactory completion, keeping both the customer and partner organisations regularly informed.

The stuff that sets you apart

This role would suit someone with building, maintenance or repair experience. You’ll have the ability to provide detailed and accurate schedules of work and specifications for repairs, renovations or disabled persons adaptations.

You’ll have good interpersonal and negotiating skills as well as being able to communicate effectively within a wide range of levels, including elderly, vulnerable and /or disabled customers.

You’ll have the ability to work full time, to work outside normal office hours on an occasional basis and a willingness to respond to occasional out of hours emergency calls.

What’s in it for you?

We offer a salary of £33,812 per annum pro rota for a 21 hour week, but must have the ability to work full time if required to cover holidays etc. 25 days annual leave (raising annually to 30 days) plus Bank Holidays.

We also promote a flexible working culture, as long as these fit in around the needs of your role. So you don’t need to take a day off to do that parent child reading class or take your pet to the vets or doing both! But talk it over with your manager, to make sure it fits in around what you need to do and meet business needs.

We also provide a fantastic reward package to suit everyone –a variety of amazing discounts via PerkBox, a great Healthcare cash plan called Health Shield and a contributory pension scheme where we will match your contributions up to 9%!  As well as our great benefits and a fantastic work environment, we’re absolutely a company that cares about its employees and its customers.

The finer print

If you are applying for this role internally, you must inform your current line manager.

If a competitive candidate pool is identified, we reserve the right to close the role early therefore, we would encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible.

Our values

We’ve got a few ‘house rules’ at Yorkshire Housing (no pun intended!). One of them is work is something that you do, not somewhere that you go and another is that we think in careers, not jobs. Our flexible working environment and friendly culture means you can be yourself, take advantage of development opportunities and succeed – that’s just how we roll. 

We’re inclusive and welcoming and offer a fun and open culture with a shared belief in making a positive difference to people’s lives – it really does feel like joining a big family!

A bit more about us

We’ve got a few ‘house rules’ at Yorkshire Housing (no pun intended!). One of them is work is something that you do, not somewhere that you go and another is that we think in careers, not jobs. Our flexible working environment and friendly culture means you can be yourself, take advantage of development opportunities and succeed – that’s just how we roll. 

We’re inclusive and welcoming and offer a fun and open culture with a shared belief in making a positive difference to people’s lives – it really does feel like joining a big family!

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