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Lead Property Inspector


Salary Package: £15 - £16 per hour
Location: Southampton, England
Consultant: Rachael Corri
Posted: 14/10/2020


An exciting opportunity for a lead property inspector has arisen to work with a local authority, responsible for providing an inspection service to ensure that assets are effectively maintained and managed.

This is a temporary role, for a minimum of two months. The hours are 37 hours a week, Monday to Thursday 07:30-16:15 with a 15:15 finish on a Friday. This role is based in Nursling so own transport would be preferred. The pay rate for this role is between £15.00 and £16.00 per hour.

As a lead property inspector, your main duties will include:

  • Liaising with tenants as and when necessary and approve tenants structure changes in accordance with policy and preservation asset values

  • Suggest and investigate ideas for improvement works

  • Investigate complaints as requested and follow through to conclusion ensuring a customer focused approach

  • Undertaking surveys of properties

  • Enter data on stock condition survey database

  • Carry out inspections in a professional manner

Candidate Requirements:

  • Qualification at ONC/OND level or extensive surveying experience in a similar role

  • To be able to survey and make assessments quickly to identify the condition of properties

  • Able to successfully plan and prioritise workload

  • Have a good understanding of social housing within Southampton

  • Must be computer literate, and able to successfully use MS office and other programmes

Company benefits:

  • Free parking

  • Early finish on Friday

  • Friendly office environment

Working for Berry Recruitment, you also receive excellent benefits such as:

  • Discounted gym memberships

  • 24 GP medical advice

  • Discount on high street stores, dining and family trips

  • 24 personal helpline for any support you may need

Please apply with your CV today for an immediate start

Please note that no terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of a person's gender, marital status, race, religion, colour, age, disability or sexual orientation. Every candidate will be assessed only in accordance with their merits, qualifications and ability to perform the duties of the job.