York City Council is looking for two talented individuals to lead the advancement of the Building Controls team.

The City of York and the building control team will see a series of exciting changes over the next few years with new legislation raising the profile of building control and significant development proposals within the city.

These roles will give successful candidates the opportunity to work on:

  • Regeneration of York Central, including projects at the National Railway Museum, up to 2,500 homes and 112,000m2 of office, leisure and retail.
  • Regeneration of the York Castle footbridge.
  • Important university and hospital developments.
  • Amendments to meet the objectives of the Building Safety Bill.
  • The council has spearheaded sustainable and eco-friendly housing developments by nationally recognized award-winning architects

We are looking for motivated individuals with proven building control qualifications and experience who can:

  • Work independently and as part of a team to provide customer-focused service.
  • Prioritize requests and manage time effectively.
  • Communicate effectively with colleagues, construction professionals and the public.
  • Instruct and mentor junior colleagues.

Residents tell us York is a great place to live and work with a vibrant, world-renowned historic center and a wealth of cultural, business and entertainment facilities.

Our aim is to attract, develop and retain the best people to deliver our services and in return we can offer you an attractive package including a generous pension scheme, authorized parking, opportunities for continuing professional development, a car rental program and a flexible combination of working from our office, home or on site. We take great pride in being a friendly, flexible and professional organization.

Relocation costs are available to the successful candidate to support relocation to York if required.

If you love the challenges of the future and want to help shape the future of our city, we welcome your application.

You can apply online here or, if you prefer, please send your CV to [email protected]

Please note that your CV must contain (at least):

  • Name and contact details (telephone, email, address)
  • Complete work history (name of employer, job titles, dates of employment and salary)
  • Qualifications
  • Explanation of any gaps in employment
  • Contact details of at least two references, including current/most recent employer

At this time, due to the impact of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, some of our employees are working remotely from home, but a return to a combination of remote and physical working from Council offices is planned. in a close future.

As a newcomer, your contract location will be the designated council office for your team. Your working arrangements will vary depending on your department and role, as well as current government guidelines. For many roles, there will be more opportunities in the future for remote and hybrid working. However, with this comes the expectation that as workplaces open up, there will likely be an ongoing and occasional requirement to travel to the workplace.

The Council is committed to investing in the talent and well-being of our staff and can offer a generous annual leave allowance, access to the local government pension scheme, comprehensive health and well-being initiatives and a rewards package that recognizes your contribution. We can offer flexible work practices, community involvement and volunteer activities and, as part of our commitment to you, promote continuous learning and development. In addition, we also offer a growing range of discounts, rewards and savings.

For more information or an informal discussion, please contact Becky Eades (Head of Planning and Development Services) at [email protected]

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