Technical Coordinator Job In Exeter, Devon

Published 2021-12-16
Expires 2022-01-16
ID #795991487
47500 £
Technical Coordinator Job In Exeter, Devon
United Kingdom, Devon, Exeter,
Published December 16, 2021

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Technical coordinator
Min. Salary: 35000.00

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Technical Coordinator


£35,000-£47,500 & Car Allowance

Permanent / Full-Time

Our client, a family owed house builder are looking to recruit a Technical Coordinator to join their team, to cover projects in Devon and Cornwall. Junior & Senior candidates are also welcomed to apply.


* Monitor consultants that are currently employed by us and report to the Commercial and Technical Director.

* Ensure that consultants prepare detailed designs in accordance with requirements and regulations.

* Hold design meetings

* Responsible for the management of design information

* Set up, monitor and maintain the design stage programme

* Manage Statutory Service Applications where required

* Attend Site Project Meetings

* Review co-ordination aspects

* Set up information/drawing registers and ensure that information control is in accordance with Company Procedures

* Promote the company and its activities, internally and externally.

* Review design development to allow construction works to follow safety working practices in accordance with current legislation

* Ensure post planning application pre-commencement activities carried out on site comply with Policy & Procedures.

* Comply with Quality Assurance procedures.

Suitable candidates will possess the following:

* New Build experience in Social and Private spec housing, Traditional construction, Concrete Frame, Extra care accommodation and Timber frame construction

* HNC/D in a construction related subject

* Member of CIOB/RIBA/RICS is desirable

* Computer Literate

* Can communicate clearly with confidence at all levels

* Driven to achieve customer satisfaction

* Can make decisions within authority

* Good time management

* Ability to lead and work within a team

* Commercially aware

* Proven ability to deliver design projects on time

My client would consider an assistant or senior technical co-ordinator. Hybrid working is available & salary will depend on experience.

To Apply:

For an informal discussion please call Abbie Evans on (phone number removed) or apply as instructed. Sphere Solutions are one of the South West & Wales market leaders in providing recruitment services to the built environment.

With specialist consultants based in our regional offices (Bristol, Cardiff, Plymouth and St Austell) we fill vacancies daily with contractors, developers, civil engineers and their supply chain in high volume with quality candidates

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