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Building Maintenance Surveyor


Fixed Base Worker

Salary: £39,036 - £46,674

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Closing date: 30th October, 2023

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Use your Building Maintenance Surveyor experience to help shape the future of the Fire, Force and LLP estate.

Working as part of the Assets Team on a permanent, full-time basis you will help to deliver property maintenance, cyclical, planned and capital maintenance projects and ensure that all Fire, Force and Limited Liability Partnership (LLP) properties are maintained to the highest standards in line with current Health & Safety legislation and Budgetary Constraints.

Through the completion of building condition and suitability and sufficiency surveys, you will enable us to understand how our properties are used and identify areas of concern and/or opportunities for improvement.

 As part of this team, you'll make a big contribution to our strategy of ensuring that all the constabulary's buildings are safe, fit for purpose and cost effective, as well as planning the properties of the future.

Key Accountabilities

  • Identify and prioritise planned and reactive maintenance needs, prepare budget costings for works, and report findings via Concerto asset management software to enable the formulation of planned maintenance programmes.
  • Manage a rolling programme of condition surveys of the fire, force and LLP
  • Coordinate external consultants and others as necessary to enable the successful completion of work programmes.
  • Provide advice to managers on building maintenance, management, refurbishment, and adaptation,

The must haves

  • HND/HNC or similar diploma in a construction related discipline such as Construction and the Built Environment, building etc. and /or significant experience of operating in a similar role across a comparable sized estate
  • Experience of undertaking building condition surveys of a range of building ages and types, diagnosing defects, proposing solutions and identifying and prioritising maintenance
  • Experience of managing cyclical, reactive and routine property maintenance; minor projects (to

         £500k) and office relocations.

  • Knowledge of relevant legislation, g. Health & Safety, DDA, etc.

What’s in it for you?

At Derbyshire Constabulary, we aim to create an environment that puts people first. We want you to feel supported in everything you do, so you can give your very best. What’s more, we have a range of reward and benefits that if you join us you could enjoy.

Salary - £39,036 - £46,674

For part time hours the salary will be calculated on a pro-rata basis, this is based on the number of hours for the vacancy.

Next Steps

If you feel like this is a place where you can belong, we'd love to learn more about you. Please click apply to attach your CV and Supporting Statement, stating how you meet the essential/desirable criteria as listed within the job description.

To support you with your application we have provided some application guidance and our recruitment process.

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Vacancy closes 30th October 2023 at 23:55.

Shortlisting 3rd November 2023

Interviews will be held 14th – 17th November 2023

Who we are

Here at Derbyshire Constabulary, Police doesn't have to mean patrolling the streets. Just as important as our uniformed officers is our strong team of professional and support staff working behind the scenes. It’s these skilled people, people like you who contribute to the policing of Derbyshire.

To understand how you can make Derbyshire safer together visit our careers website.

We welcome applications from individuals from all backgrounds and encourage anyone who has considered a career in policing to apply. We’re particularly keen to increase the number of females and candidates from black and minority ethnic communities and the LGBT community, so that we can truly reflect the communities that we serve in.

Agile Working Style

Fixed Base Worker

Entirely office based and requires regular use of specific non-movable equipment or access to technology and software which is only available on site.

Police Stations

Derbyshire Constabulary
Butterley Hall

Working for the constabulary

Policing in Derbyshire takes more than 3,500 people in a wide range of roles. Around half of these are police officers, but we also have a variety of police staff. From police community support officers to police staff and volunteers, we all play an equally important role in protecting the people of Derbyshire.

It’s a vibrant, challenging and rewarding place to work and we’re committed to equality and diversity. We aim to create a constabulary that truly reflects the communities we serve. As part of this, we promote Positive Action. This means when you apply to join us, as well as assessing you on merit, we’ll look at your application according to our need and in line with current legislation to actively encourage a more diverse workforce.