Building Control Area Team Leader

Manchester Permanent £57,720 - £61,379 per year
  • Work in a vibrant city, leading on impactful work, unique to Manchester
  • Work for an authority that provides generous benefits and career support

About Our Client

'This is Manchester, we do things differently here!'

Working for Manchester City Council you will join a team who are passionate about what we do, and Building Control is at the heart of shaping and delivering development to better the lives and wellbeing of all the citizens of Manchester.

'Make a difference in Manchester'

The projects you will be working on will have a real impact on the people of Manchester. The variety of projects mean that your work will affect professionals, students, families in their everyday lives.

'Be yourself and thrive'

Manchester City Council strive to create a fair and inclusive workplace that is as diverse as the communities we serve. We also welcome new ideas and get you involved which is why we have great staff retention, we invest in our people with further training and development, and look after your well-being with all the benefits on offer.

Job Description

This opportunity stands out in the Building Control and Local Government space. It provides unique, headline-grabbing projects that you won't find elsewhere. You'll be involved in various types of development across the Borough, including, leisure developments such as the extension to the Etihad stadium and other nationally prominent leisure and cultural developments such as the Coop Live Arena and the Factory, , student accommodation, high-rise residential buildings, city centre offices and commercial schemes, town centre regeneration projects such as Wythenshawe, Hospital redevelopments including at the World Renowned Christies Hospital as well as Manchester Airport . As part of the 20-member building control team, you'll report to the Technical Manager, supporting them in managing the team's financial and operational performance. Your role focuses on enhancing standards related to buildings, construction, and public safety, while fostering essential partnerships to maintain high-quality service delivery. Daily tasks include site visits, collaboration with your team, and ensuring project compliance and safety. You will manage a team of Building Control professionals and help them develop their careers and professional knowledge.

The Successful Applicant

If you're a Principal Building Control Inspector or a Building Control Inspector seeking career advancement, feel free to reach out! I'd be happy to explore how your expertise in current building regulations can contribute to enhancing standards related to buildings, construction, and public safety. If you're not already at Level 3 according to the Building Inspector Competence Framework, don't worry, the council will support you in achieving this qualification.

What's on Offer

Join an organisation that prioritises your career growth and well-being. As part of the public sector, you'll enjoy a stable and engaging workload, along with generous benefits, including:

  • The UK's largest pension scheme in local government.
  • 26 days of annual leave (plus 5 extra days after 5 years).
  • The option to purchase up to 10 additional days of leave per year.
  • Hybrid working opportunities.
  • Annual awards recognizing performance and long service.
  • Enhanced maternity pay.
  • One professional is fee covered.
  • 10 days of paid paternity leave.
  • Discounts at various retailers.
  • Support for further career development.



Why work for us - Manchester City Council (eploy.net)

Please click on the below link to hear Mark Dickens, Assistant Director of Planning and Building Control at Manchester City Council discuss the opportunity that exists at Manchester City Council and in the Building Control function.

https://open.spotify.com/episode/0oaIV3G6lYpSl3Pl8aibzs?si=Mi8F2E0-TyiOZftkp75vpQ

If you are interested in this amazing opportunity please submit a one page cover letter along with your CV, against this advert.

This will be a two stage process, with first and second stages, being on the 10th July.

The closing date for applications is on the 2nd July at 23:59.

Contact
Matthew Masters
Quote job ref
JN-052024-6439185
Phone number
07951180360

Job summary

Job function
Public Sector
Subsector
Programme Manager
Sector
Public Sector
Location
Manchester
Contract type
Permanent
Consultant name
Matthew Masters
Consultant phone
07951180360
Job reference
JN-052024-6439185