Adaptations Surveyor

Job Description



Salary:  £27,741 - £29,577 per annum

Permanent, Full-Time (37 hpw)


Can you help White Rose HIA to improve the people’s lives by delivering adaptations and related building projects in domestic dwellings?


You will join a small committed team, visiting homes to assess, design and plan repairs and building alterations including extensions. This will include carrying out feasibility studies, on-site surveys, producing schedule of works, preparing AutoCAD drawings, liaising with contractors, statutory authorities and residents.


We will look to you to provide information and advice, specifying remedial works, proposing technical solutions for improvements or adaptations, responding to changes in technical requirements or requests for alternative solutions. You will be responsible for designing and overseeing improvements and adaptations to homes, monitoring the quality of completed works, ensuring compliance with building and planning regulations and acting as lead on CDM (HSE) requirements.


With knowledge and experience of using AutoCAD to design home improvements, extensions and adaptations, you will demonstrate your ability to produce a range of schemes whilst balancing the needs of the Agency’s clients.


You will have vast experience of project managing building works and contractors and of liaising and negotiating with a range of clients and professionals in a problem solving capacity. You will also be able to listen and communicate with a wide range of people, adopting a strong customer service focus. You will be a self-starter who can organise and manage your own caseload.


A full clean driving licence is required and the successful applicant will be required to provide a car for which an allowance will be payable.  The successful applicant will also be required to undertake an Enhanced DBS check.


For informal enquiries please contact Owen Willis on 01723 363568.


If you think you’re the perfect candidate for this role, please apply online


Closing date: Noon, Thursday 22 April 2021


(If you have not been contacted again by Friday 30 April 2021, please assume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion).