Current vacancies

Clerks of Works, Quality Site Inspector vacancies

We are looking for Clerks of Works in; Manchester, Lancaster, Stoke and Durham.

Below is a brief overview of the responsibilities:

  • Being the trusted ‘eyes and ears’ of the client on site, updating them on quality standards both verbally and through production of weekly reports.
  • Reporting on health and safety issues, site conditions and ensuring any matters are dealt with by the site management.
  • Reviewing drawings and ensuring that the project is being built using correct methods and to specification/drawings, raising/querying any discrepancies verbally and in written format.
  • Monitoring progress against the contract programme.
  • Identifying and highlighting defects and following them up until they are rectified.

The right individual will ideally have experience working on schools / educational projects as a Clerks of Works ideally a member of ICWCI, however we are willing to consider personnel with a construction management background. Experience of working on construction sites, the ability to read technical drawings and interpret contract programmes and knowledge of British Standards and site health and safety is also essential.

How do you apply?

For more information, please speak with our Operations Manager Jon King on 01226 743959.  If you would like to apply please forward your CV and covering letter to Jon King at

Shaping the future of Building Control

Our sister company, BRCS, has an opportunity for you to join one of the first three companies in the UK granted a licence to undertake the Building Control role for commercial projects.

Senior Building Control Surveyors, Chelmsford office

They are looking to recruit Senior Building Control Surveyors to join the existing Southern team. You will be responsible for strengthening their presence, be highly-experienced with dealing with commercial projects, carrying out site inspections and checking plans and associated documentation for compliance with the Building Regulations. You will also attend both client and design meetings.

Why work for them?

You will receive the following:

  • A highly-competitive salary
  • Company health insurance
  • Company pension scheme
  • Discretionary company bonus scheme
  • Primary Professional Membership fee will be paid
  • Continuous personal development (CPD) opportunities
  • Flexible working arrangements
  • 33 days annual leave (inclusive of bank holidays)
  • Mileage allowance.

Does this sound like you?

  • Ideally you will be qualified to degree level, or equivalent, in Building Control/Building Surveying
  • You will be a Chartered Member of RICS/CABE
  • You will be able to demonstrate experience with commercial clients
  • You will have excellent client-facing and relationship-building skills.

How do you apply?

If you would like to join their team, please forward your CV and covering letter or email to Dawn Moore at, who will be able to provide more specific details about the positions available.