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      Technical Coordinator

      ACR are recruiting for a very well respected, privately owned developer based in Stansted who are seeking a Technical Coordinator to join their skilled, talented technical team. This company not only builds high spec developments but also has a genuine passion to viably conserve, restore and newly create Britain’s architectural heritage.

      Summary/Purpose of Job:

      • To manage all technical and production information aspects of a project from site purchase to construction completion and hand over to sales.
      • To create, deliver and continually improve the performance of the Technical Department in order to achieve or exceed the Departmental and Corporate Objectives.
      • To work with all relevant teams to help deliver a high quality, best value product which meets or exceeds Departmental and Corporate Objectives.
      • To deliver projects that enhances and maintains the high reputation of the company.


      Job Specific Key Tasks/Responsibilities:

      • To appoint and manage consultants and to manage allocated projects.
      • To provide technical advice on schemes being considered for purchase and prepared for planning applications.
      • To create high quality production information that makes the most of a buildings potential, and to work with the Interior Designers and Sales & Marketing department to ensure the layouts are well planned and functional.
      • To attend site and review the progress, quality and costs.
      • To ensure compliance with the designer and client CDM responsibilities.
      • To provide technical advice in relation to utility services and drainage, and update meter port schedule information.
      • To arrange for postal addresses and postcodes
      • To respond to RFIs by the timely issue of CVIs.
      • To arrange and manage Building Control approval.
      • To manage compliance with other bodies such as LABC, Eco Homes etc.
      • To arrange and provide information for inclusion in H&S and O&M manuals including as built information
      • To arrange for information to be provided to Sales and Solicitors prior to Sales release includes postal addresses, conveyance plans, EPCs, CML Certificates & Building Regulation completion certificates, and amending sales plans.
      • To check and comment on Consultants information.
      • To ensure specialist sub-contractor/supplier information is checked.
      • To ensure the department maintains key information schedules and documents to aid performance and communication.
      • To act as Temporary Works Coordinator
      • Attend site meetings and taking minutes as appropriate.
      • Pursue consultants for timely issue of information to enable programmes to be adhered to.
      • Attend sites to carry out measured and photographic surveys as required to assist production of information.
      • To produce regular information & reports in line with Group requirements that allows project performance to be assessed. Information and reports will accurately forecast project progress in terms of programme, costs, and quality.
      • To ensure work accords with Group Practices, systems and procedures (Roles and Responsibilities) and complies with legislation including in particular Health & Safety.
      • Work with and fully co-operate with all other departments in order to achieve the Group objectives Provide general technical and administrative support for the department as workload allows.


      Experience Required:

      • Minimum 5 years’ relevant experience within the construction industry sector.
      • Recent experience of working for an architect, developer, contractor or construction professional in an office environment.
      • To have a sound understanding and appreciation of the importance of Health & Safety, including a thorough understanding of CDM, Temporary Works & Pre-Construction Health and Safety Files.


      Essential Skills/Competencies/Qualifications Required:

      • ONC/OND & HNC/HND in Building Studies or similar, or a degree in Architectural Technology or a degree in Architecture (Part 1), or a structural, civil or building surveying degree.
      • Proven computer skills (AutoCAD, Word, Excel, Outlook).
      • Awareness of the Town & Country Planning system
      • Knowledge of the Building Regulations.
      • Awareness of the statutory Health & Safety requirements.
      • Good communication skills – oral and written
      • Good organisational skills
      • Good problem solving skills
      • Strong attention to detail
      • Self-motivated, willing and conscientious
      • Ability to prioritise activities.
      • Technically orientated person with a high attention to detail.
      • A willingness to work within a team and an ability to work alone.
      • Ability to remain calm under pressure, be proactive, resourceful and confident.
      • Ability to work under pressure.
      • Clean driving license


      If you would like to register your interest, please contact Maisie on  07852579150.


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