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Asset Planning & Clerk of Works Manager

Employer
Networx Recruitment
Location
PE2 7BZ, Peterborough
Salary
£55,000
Closing date
16 Dec 2023

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Asset Planning & Clerk of Work Manager  

Location: Peterborough Head Office / Remote 

Salary: £55,000 per annum  

 

The Vacancy  

Full Time – 37 hours per week – Remote working  

Cross Keys Homes have an exciting opportunity for someone who wants to play a leading role in the way that Cross Keys Homes plan and deliver their asset management service. 

Over the last 20 years CKH have invested significantly in the quality of their properties – ensuring we continue to meet the decent homes standard, continue to raise standards and ensure that residents can enjoy a safe and high-quality home. 

We are now looking for someone to join us and develop the plans for the next 20 years – 

  • developing our asset management strategy, 

  • setting the investment plans for the future, 

  • incorporate a series of plans for the upgrade and renewal of our estates 

  • and of course to meet the challenge presented by carbon net zero. 

  • You will also work with our clerk of works team in ensuring high quality in the new build development process. 

 

There will be an opportunity for a clear thinker to help shape our plans, devise new strategies, and really make a difference to the way we plan and deliver repair and maintenance programmes to our 12,000 properties. So, if you fancy a challenge, get in touch. We’d love to hear from you. 

Knowledge & Experience 

  • Experience in building construction and maintenance and knowledge of working under a strategic partnering arrangement using open book principals. 

  • Extensive knowledge of asset databases and handheld technologies for stock surveying. 

  • Knowledge of working with integrated databases and statistical analysis of data. 

  • Experience of managing stock condition surveys and maintaining an asset management database within a social housing environment. 

  • Knowledge of Decent Homes standards, HHSRS, EPCs and asbestos regulations. 

  • Experience of budget setting and cost management control for planned investment programmes. 

  • Experience of managing and reporting data from an asset management database such as Keystone. 

  • Experience of project planning the delivery of major works programmes 

  • Analytical understanding of Stock condition Surveys 

  • Experience of diagnosing and remedying disrepair and defects in domestic environments. 

  • Knowledge of Health and Safety Regulations Including CDM. 

  • Previously managed and developed an asset management database. 

  • HNC in building construction or equivalent 

  • Experience of leading the delivery of major works and planned investment programmes. 

Skills 

  • An ability to prepare detailed reports from data held within an asset management database. 

  • Ability to demonstrate excellent customer care skills. 

  • Ability to undertake detailed statistical analysis of data using Excel. 

  • Ability to conduct detailed investigations, analyse and evaluate a broad range of data and identify potential changes to the service/work programmes 

  • Ability through qualification and knowledge of energy databases manage and produce energy performance information and certificates 

 

Qualifications 

  • HNC in Building studies or equivalent related qualification. 

  • P402 Certificate for the taking of asbestos samples. 

  • Level 3 Diploma in Domestic Energy Assessment. 

  • HND in Building studies or equivalent related qualification. (Desirable) 

 

Additional Requirements 

  • Enhanced DBS check required 

  • Clean Driving Licence 

  • Flexibility to work evenings, weekends unsociable hours (if and when required). 

  • The ability to respond to emergency situations / callouts       

  • Access to a suitably insured motor vehicle for work use 

 

 

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