Senior Clerk of Works

We are seeking a highly driven Senior Clerk of Works to join our Bristol team, working on projects across the South West of England. 

Our company is continually expanding as we celebrate new business wins month-on-month. Our sectors of operation include residential, commercial, arts & leisure, and education - with residential developments being our primary area of operation. This is an exciting opportunity to become part of an exceptional team which thrives on delivering the highest standards of quality in construction for every client.

We are looking for an individual who has the initiative to hit the ground running. The work pace is fast and understanding our objective to be 'the consultant of choice' is key to how we deliver an exceptional service. 

The right individual will have:
  • An eye for detail and high-quality workmanship
  • The ability to prioritise and manage several tasks or projects to deadline
  • A customer-focused attitude
  • A team player mentality, keen to work closely with clients and colleagues
  • A sound knowledge of building construction
  • A professional approach to daily tasks
  • Excellent report writing and presentation skills
  • Good verbal communication skills, with a comfortable presence in meetings and a willingness to contribute
  • The ability to work under direction, but able to use own initiative when required
  • A commercially aware and financially astute attitude
  • MICWCI or working towards membership
  • Ideally, knowledge (and preferably a qualification) in fire stopping
  • A full, clean driving licence - travel to a wide range of sites is a key aspect of this role
Job summary

As our Senior Clerk of Works, you will be responsible for inspecting the workmanship, quality and safety of work on our projects and reporting back to our Surveyors, Aftercare Team and Clients. You will be given the opportunity to work across leading local development which truly impact communities in a positive way, No two days will be the same as you will be tasked with inspections across a wide range of sites, but generally, your responsibilities will include: 

  • Assisting in the training and development of our wider Clerk of Works team 
  • Attending initial and recurring project meetings with the Client and relevant Rund project team, to develop a full understanding of the project specification and Employer's Requirements
  • Carrying out regular site inspections to ensure the works meet the drawings and specification
  • Completing and distributing the Rund Site Inspection Report, Progress Report, and Quality Control Sheet
  • Providing progress photographs
  • Attending site meetings when requested and providing verbal reports for the Client and Rund project team
  • Assisting in carrying out and preparing snagging and de-snagging sheets
  • Assisting in the handover procedure

You will be joining a highly experienced and friendly team based out of our Bristol office, established in 2021. Since opening, the office has gone from strength to strength, and our confirmed pipeline is steadily growing. In joining this office, you will be given the opportunity to help bolster our South West presence and really have a say in the direction of the company. You will have the potential to grow, as we offer strong training schemes with hopes of getting the right individual fully qualified in their field. This will be part of a long-term development plan, tailored to your personal training needs and career aspirations. Opportunities for development and role diversification are regularly reviewed on a bi-annual basis to ensure your career goals are on track, and we place a strong emphasis on "growing our own talent" - so opportunities for progression are bountiful.

We offer a competitive salary, with great benefits including a pension scheme, relevant professional membership fees paid, personal development, and CPD training courses. Additional benefits, as you progress your career with Rund, include private healthcare and death-in-service benefit. 

Our Bristol office is located in a brand new, state of the art building in the city centre and a close walk from Bristol Temple Meads Station. Our facilities include a dedicated meeting room, a fully fitted kitchen and a break-out space with soft seating. The site contains a sustainable sourced ground floor cafe and lounge, a rooftop bar and terrace, a community auditorium with a large events screen, and a wellness studio with accessible fitness and nutrition classes scheduled throughout the day and evening. Our Bristol office also boats a regular social calendar, with recent team socials including bowling and an evening at the Christmas market.

This is an overview of the job and will be periodically reviewed and updated to ensure that the job description fully reflects the responsibilities required of the post holder. Your line manager will discuss with you personally specific detail relating to the responsibilities contained in this job description. 

Rund Partnership Limited is committed to promoting equality and diversity and welcomes applications from all suitably qualified persons.
To find out more about this position by contacting the Rund Recruitment Team, via email at [email protected]
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