Engineer Surveyor (m/f/d) *
As an Engineering Surveyor you will undertake and meet the statutory examination and contractual inspection obligations of our clients’ plant and equipment. In doing so, you would be responsible for ensuring that you comply with all company policies, processes and procedures in the carrying out of your duties. We offer a highly competitive salary and benefits package along with full training, provided with CPD programmes. Surveyor training is provided for those joining from a Mechanical Engineering background or discipline.
As an Engineer Surveyor, there is no fixed place of work - you are required to attend the premises of the company’s clients in order to execute your duties. An office space is required to enable work management, organisation and submission of electronic reports at the end of each work day. You must live within the geographical location that you work in
Plan full, meaningful work days by arranging all work-related activities in an effective, timely and efficient manner, with an accurate account of all time involved being recorded.
Be familiar with the health and safety regulations and company policies applicable to the area of responsibility.
Take care of your own safety and set an example by using the appropriate health and safety procedures and appropriate use of PPE.
Esure that all plant on the contract schedule for the allocated service area is examined/inspected in accordance with applicable standards or accepted codes of practice, with reports compiled to the standard required.
So far as is reasonably practicable, ensure that safe systems of work are available, including application of appropriate risk assessments and method statements, both our clients’ and our own.
Provide, build and maintain excellent client relationships and ensure that all customer service standards are met.§Maintain an awareness of developments in standards and legislation affecting the appropriate discipline and support change as required (suitable and sufficient levels of CPD to maintain profession competency).
Typical examination may include, but is not limited to the following:
Equipment defined in LOLER 98, PSSR 2000, COSHH and PUWER
Other equipment not defined in statutory regulation but subject to the contractual requirements of our client companies.
Our work locations vary greatly, and can include but are not limited to:
Garage equipment: vehicle ramps, jacks, compressors, spray booths
Manufacturing/workshops: cranes, jibs, forklift trucks, steam boilers
Office/retail locations: lifts, escalators, boiler rooms
Dentists: autoclaves, compressors
Residential: stair-lifts, home lifts
Key skills and experience
Knowledge and understanding of statutory regulations such as LOLER, PUWER, PSSR, COSHH, and British Standards.
Ability to follow and apply statutory requirements and guidelines, and company defined policies, processes and procedures.
Ability to communicate at all levels.
Able to work unsupervised and under your own initiative.
Experienced at work planning and time management.
Good IT skills; able to operate Microsoft and Apple software.
Qualifications and educational requirements
HNC in Mechanical Engineering, or City & Guild full Tech Cert or equivalent
Holder of a UK driving licence
HSB is a specialist provider of construction, engineering and technology insurance and inspection services. As the UK arm of Hartford Steam Boiler, HSB helps clients reduce risk through a unique combination of specialist covers, engineering-based risk management strategies and loss prevention services. With a financial strength rating of A++ (Superior) by A.M. Best Company, we have over 500 employees across the UK and Ireland who are focused on delivering exceptional technical expertise and customer service to our clients.