This job has expired

Building Safety Manager

Employer
Southampton City Council
Location
United Kingdom -- England -- South East England Hampshire
Salary
£44428 - 48474 per year + Benefits
Closing date
21 Dec 2023

Individual                      Southampton City Council

Closing date                  03/12/2023 23:59:00

Reference                     SCC - 14427

Title                              Building Safety Manager

Job Type                      Permanent

Job Hours                     Full-time

Industry                        Construction

Location                        United Kingdom -- England -- South East England Hampshire

Salary                           £44428 - 48474 per year + Benefits

Job description

The council has a diverse portfolio of Commercial, Civic, School and Residential Buildings including High-rise Residential Blocks.

The role is for 2 Building Safety Managers, with responsibility for co-ordination and management of all matters relating to structural and fire safety in in-scope buildings to meet current and forthcoming legislative requirements, to deliver the regulatory requirements of the Building Safety and Fire Safety Acts to provide an efficient building safety service to Southampton City Council’s Higher Risk Buildings and ensure compliance with and implementing changes detailed in the building safety legislation.

To work with and assist the Fire Safety Lead in the development and implementation of the Building Safety Case and to ensued their effective maintenance and management post-implementation.

You will be proactive, self-motivated and well organised in your approach, as well as being flexible to the needs of the Council

Additional information:

Please note the salary quoted is based on full time hours (37 hours per week)

This is a permanent position.  

Please note that appointments are usually made at the bottom of the salary scale.

This post requires a DBS check.

For any posts that require a DBS check, if you have lived outside the UK within the last 5 years, you will be required to provide a Certificate of Good Conduct or a police certificate from the country/countries you have resided in. Kindly note that this is at the expense of the candidate, as well as any costs involved for translating into English.

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