Technical Coordinator (House builder)
C.£55K – Car/Allowance
As a result of recent expansion, an established quality house builder seeks to recruit a Technical Coordinator with an engineering background to work in their Design Team.
Your role as a Technical Coordinator sees you tasked with working with the design department at planning stage to carry out duties in relation to civil and structural requirements of developments.
You will perform soil survey and engineering enquiries and arrange appointments to work with designers.
You will develop foul and surface water drainage strategies including SUDS,S104 approvals and Section 106 connection application.
Your role will involve slope stability issues and retaining wall designs and also levels issues.
You will work on roads,drives,paths designs to include S.38 and S.278 , as well as services enquiries. You will also perform service and drainage diversion enquiries and footpath diversions.
Information will be used to prepare planning applications and designs to ascertain costs. You will then work with the planning design departments to progress the planning process ready for build preparations.
The successful candidate will have experience as a Technical Coordinator – ideally from the house building sector although consideration will be given to those from a Main Contractors with residential experience or a design or Architectural Practice.
You must have Design and Engineering construction and technical and building construction knowledge as well as understanding of Building regulations and NHBC legislation.
They are an award winning housebuilder who build luxurious homes across the South East ranging from individually designed homes from apartments to more traditional two and three storey homes. They also build large traditional 16th century Yeoman style farmhouses and cottages across the Kent,Surrey and East Sussex area.
If you meet at least the minimum criteria and are a looking for a role that provides a high degree of autonomy and responsibility yet still gives you a ‘team’ feel then I would encourage you to apply.