Posted 07 March 2024
Salary £60 - £61 per hour
Job type Contract
Discipline Interim
Contact NameBen Holden

Job description

Brentwood Borough Council are looking for a Building Control Surveyor.

  • Inside IR35.
  • £60 per hour.
  • WFH is TBC.
  • 37 hours per week.
  • Must be regiseted as a Class 2, Category A Building Inspector with the Building Safety Regulator.

Main Duties and responsibilities:

  • To undertake; under the general direction of the Building Control Manager, any work or duty related to any or all the functions, duties, and responsibilities of the Service and upon others which may from time-to-time be added.
  • To technically evaluate deposited Full Plan Building Regulation applications for compliance with the Building Regulations and all allied legislation, and reject, approve or approve conditionally.
  • To technically evaluate Building notices and Regularisation Certificates for compliance with the legislation and request any additional information deemed necessary.
  • To technically evaluate Approved Inspection Notices/Certificates for compliance with the legislation and approve, approve conditionally, or reject.
  • To record fees as required by the Building (prescribed Fees) Regulations.
  • To carry out such visits and inspections as may be necessary where building operations are proposed, are in progress, or have been completed, to ensure compliance with the legislation, codes of practice or guidelines from time to time in force and in accordance with the general policies of the Service.
  • To attend dangerous structures to give advice, make decisions and to take any actions necessary; including the instruction of emergency contractors and liaising with other emergency services as required.
  • To deal with enquiries from members of the public, the Council, firms, institutions, or bodies and to give such proper advice, help or information as is considered appropriate.
  • To keep abreast of changing legislation, techniques, new materials etc by reading all necessary papers, journals, British Standards etc and attend training seminars as deemed necessary.
  • To consult and liaise with any external or internal person or bodies on matters relating to the work of the Service.