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    Document Control Administrator - Facilities Management - Kinsale, Cork - 35,000 Euro's plus excellent benefits Are you an experienced Document Control Administrator looking for a new role? This is a fantastic opportunity to join a Global Facilities Management company at one of their prestigious client's sites based in Kinsale, Cork. Salary: 35,000 Euro's Location: Cork, Kinsale Hours of work: 8am - 4:30pm Monday to Thursday, 8am - 3:30pm Friday. Hybrid working available after successful completion of probationary period. Free transport to site available from Cork City Benefits to include: Subsidised canteen, Free gym access, Free GP service, Contributory pension up to 6%, life Assurance. Main Responsibilities Management of regulatory documents, ensuring their accuracy, quality, and integrity Collect and upload documents in line with site SOP's Ensure all documents comply with site version control Routing and formatting of documents, uploading of documents. Management of life cycle of laboratory notebooks General administration tasks as part of site admin group Assist on internal and external audits The Ideal Candidate Ability to work with a high level of self-management in a dynamic work environment. Managing time to meet the multiple demands. Candidate must be a self-starter and self-motivated Ability to maintain confidentiality and sensitive information. High level of organizational and planning skills, professionalism, and attention to detail. Ability to make schedule decisions in time sensitive situations. Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to adapt to frequent changes in priority. Proficiency in IT systems such as Outlook, Powerpoint, Excel, Word, collaboration sites. Experience working in a highly regulated environment. Carbon60, Lorien & SRG - The Impellam Group STEM Portfolio are acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy

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    Building Surveyor  

    - Tallaght

    An established new-build Structural Warranty Provider now requires a graduate Building Surveyor of private rental properties in South Dublin. The majority of properties will be located outside of the M50. The role would suit construction professionals and recent graduates looking to gain defect diagnosis experience pertaining to structural issues. Up to €42,000 basic salary plus €5750 vehicle allowance or company vehicle, fuel allowance, with comprehensive healthcare scheme. The 2-year full-time temporary contract (with likelihood for extension) will require a degree related to Building Surveying / Architecture/ Structural Engineering. The role will involve inspections within Firhouse, Lucan, Palmerstone, Clondalkin and Tallaght. Building Surveyor responsibilities Conduct compliance inspections of private rental properties, ensuring that properties meet Building Regulations and Housing (standards for rental houses) Regulations 2019, including investigating structural issues and rainwater ingress claims Compile inspection reports, including photographic evidence where required, whilst adhering to safeguarding policies Liaise with the client, the Administration team, and Landlords and Tenants as required Prioritise reporting serious breaches of Health and Safety to the Managing Surveyor/ Contracts Manager, and subsequently the client Follow-up inspections to ensure all non-compliance issues are resolved Ensuring targets set by the company and client are met Provide occasional cover in respect to conducting warranty risk assessments on new build properties; inspect developments throughout construction, liaising with builders on any technical issues or sub-standard/remedial works.Building Surveyor requirements Degree qualified Clerk of Works /Building Surveyor, Structural/Civil Engineer, or Architect / NFQ Level 8/EQF Level 6 / equivalent. Prior experience of surveying private residential properties (new-build or existing) preferred but not essential Working knowledge of the current Building and Housing Regulations 2019 and other relevant housing regulations /standards preferred but not essential Full driving licence Effective communicator IT literateBenefits: Up to €42,000 basic salary €5750 car allowance Fuel allowance Private healthcare PensionTraining and mentoring provided to achieve registered Building Surveyor status if sought. All relevant equipment provided to undertake the report aspect of the role. The role does not require any office-based working; report writing is undertaken entirely in a home-based capacity. To discuss the Building Surveyor role in more detail, please contact (phone number removed) / (url removed)

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    Building Surveyor  

    - Maynooth

    Our client is leading property surveying company who specialise within the diagnose, treatment and monitoring of all damp, mould and water ingress issues in all types of properties across Ireland. Due to an ever-growing demand for their services they are seeking talented Building Surveyor professionals to join the busy, dynamic team. Candidates must have a minimum of 2-3 years onsite Building Surveying experience. Full training will be provided. Key Responsibilities • Carry out in-depth onsite inspections. • Preparing comprehensive reports. • Keep all information updated on company systems. • Customer follow up where required. • Ability to communicate with clients. • Ability to sell onsite. • Ability to plan, manage and monitor surveys and works. • Liaise directly with Operations and Administration Divisions to schedule all surveys and works. • Ensure compliance with current Building Controls and Health and Safety regulations. • Ensure compliance with company policies and procedures. Knowledge and Experience Required: • Building Surveyor with a minimum of 2-3 years onsite experience • Exceptional communication skills. • Sales experience is an advantage. • Accuracy and attention to detail. • Strong Organisational and administrative skills are essential. • Strong computer skills. Knowledge of Office 365 is essential. • Approachable and friendly communication manner. • Efficient time management. • Good understanding and knowledge of buildings must be evident. • Ability to work on own initiative. Essential Competencies • Excellent interpersonal skills. • Be receptive and respectful to the viewpoints and concerns of others. • Be adaptable and flexible and able to cope with an evolving role. • Be innovative and forward thinking. • Bring a positive and enthusiastic approach to the role. • Must at all times remember confidentiality is essential. • Have tact and diplomacy. Nationwide coverage will be required. Job Type: Full-time. The salary is negotiable. Branded company vehicle, laptop and company phone will be provided. Due to their continued success there is huge scope in this role for personal growth. To register your interest please apply online or contact George at ICDS

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