Thursday, 17 March 2016

Hays Engineering,Development Control/Fire Safety Jobs in Australia



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Fastest Growing Council in New South Wales


Your new company
Our client is a Local Government organisation based in Sydney‘s west. Due to a renewed focus on expansion and smart technology, a Development Control/Building Surveyor is required to join their expanding team.

Your new role
Due to the high volume of construction and development within this organisation‘s jurisdiction, a Development Control/Building Surveyor is required to provide specialist knowledge and expertise to major projects in the area.

In this role you will be required to assess applications made under the Environmental Planning and Assessments Act as the PCA representative. You will also be required to undertake compliance action for building issues and inspections including defective/dilapidated/damaged/non compliance requests for all building classifications.

What you'll need to succeed
To be considered for this position, you must have a relevant tertiary qualification in Building Surveying and be capable of achieving A1 or A2 Council Accreditation Certification. You must have a sound knowledge of relevant building legislation and regulatory aspects of building surveyor functions. You will also be able to demonstrate the ability to plan, organise and maintain work flow to achieve the section‘s established goals. Candidates must also have a valid NSW drivers license and strong knowledge in fire safety.

What you'll get in return
The successful applicant will be rewarded with a lucrative position based on skills and experience in a progressive organisation. You will enjoy a varied and interesting workload whilst enjoying a flexible working environment to suit your lifestyle.

What you need to do now
Interested candidates should contact Richard O'Neill at Hays Engineering on (02) 9249 2210 and email their CV to richard.oneill@hays.com.au

Reference Number: 1702760

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