Maintenance Inspector
Venesky-Brown’s client, a public sector organisation in Livingston, is currently looking to recruit a Maintenance Inspector for an initial 12 month contract with option to extend on a rate of £19.66/hour PAYE. The working hours are 36 hours per week. This role will be a hybrid of working at home and in the office. 
 
Responsibilities: 
 
– Deliver comprehensive maintenance service, keeping properties safe, secure, legal and available for use within allocated maintenance budgets. 
– Resolve problems with sound technical judgement in a complex environment with minimal guidance and within current policies and legislation. 
– Be the initial point of contact for customer enquiries and maintenance requests. 
– Carry out regular property audits, condition surveys and other building assessments to gather property related asset management information. 
– Update project programme and cost information as part of the organisation’s capital programme monitoring processes. 
– Prepare specifications and tender documentation for minor works, instruct and supervise contractors working in occupied buildings and liaise directly with occupants in the planning of the works. 
– Take appropriate decisions to progress projects, referring to managers where appropriate, to ensure contractors deliver to specification, price and quality. Carry out project reviews and report on contractor performance. 
– Plan, organise and prioritise own work to achieve maximum contribution to management plans and targets. Co-ordinate work with that of other staff in the team. 
– Ensure all activities required to comply with building and property related legislation are effectively carried out. 
– Carry out risk assessments for construction operations, applying CDM Regulations where required. 
– Demonstrate pro-active involvement and awareness of legislation issues. 
– Ensure all records associated with contract documents, test certificates, risk assessments and legislation compliance records are properly managed and accessible when required. 
– Write reports giving recommendations and advice as required 
– Identify gaps in service provision and be pro-active with customers to determine service level requirements, encouraging feedback and responding positively with recommendations to managers. 
– Contribute to the development of term maintenance contracts in accordance with Standing Orders and Procurement Policies and Procedures. 
 
Essential Skills: 
 
– ONC/HNC in a building related discipline or appropriate membership of a qualifying body or time served tradesman with considerable supervisory experience. 
– Knowledge of appropriate current regulations. 
– Good communication skills 
– Experience of the construction / maintenance process, at technical or supervisory level. 
– Computer literate, being able to use Microsoft Outlook, Word, Excel and work ordering related systems 
 
Desirable Skills: 
 
– Ability to work independently or as part of a team 
– Knowledge of appropriate current legislation for: 
  1. i. Health & Safety at Work Act
  2. Health & Hygiene (Scotland) Act3.
  3. COSHH 
  4. Asbestos regulations
  5. CDM Regulations
  6. Building Regulations
  7. Water Bylaws
  8. Other appropriate legislation 
 
If you would like to hear more about this opportunity please get in touch. 

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Maintenance Inspector
Livingston, West Lothian, Scotland, Scotland
£19.66 per hour -
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