Minor Works Property Inspector Bolton Based 30K-35K 9 Month FTC
Our client, a leading property managing agent are currently looking for a Property Inspector to prepare specifications and project manage all minor works that are subject to Section 20 Major works in accordance with the Landlord & Tenant Act.
Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities:
- To work closely with the team Administrator' and Head of Major Works ensuring a smooth process between the issuing of the Section 20 notices and the on-site management of the project.
- To produce a specification for the required works which can be issued to the client for approval before it is sent out to tender.
- To inspect the returned tenders with the administrator to ensure contractors have quoted as per the specification and agree a tender analysis for presentation to the client for instructions to proceed.
- To oversee the works, including a pre-start meeting and regular inspections whilst the work is being completed to ensure the contractor is working satisfactorily to the specification and ensure they are abiding by all relevant H&S legislation.
- To produce reports detailing the project works inspections.
- Once the works have been completed, to attend site with the contractor and the client and confirm any snagging issues. A snagging list will be agreed and the contractor requested to complete before issuing a Certificate of Practical Completion
- A Statement of Satisfaction will be signed by the contractor, the client and the property Inspector..
- As well as project management, Preventative Property Maintenance reports (PPM's) will be requested from time to time. These reports are produced to assist Property Managers when projecting future costs for cyclical maintenance and capital expenditure on one off projects. Typically, the report will cover a period of 5 years.
If you would like to discuss the role in more detail please apply now and someone will be in touch.
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