About Coin Street Community Builders
Coin Street Community Builders (CSCB) is a social enterprise responsible for developing and managing a significant part of London’s South Bank. We have transformed a largely derelict area into a thriving place for people to live, work and visit.
Our 13-acre estate includes:
- the iconic Oxo Tower Wharf, home to designer-maker studios, exhibition and gallery spaces
- a successful conference centre
- cafes, bars and restaurants
- parks and the riverside walkway
- award winning co-operative housing
- an Ofsted Outstanding family and children’s centre providing a nursery and family support
As a social enterprise income we generate stays in the neighbourhood. It’s used to improve and maintain our site which includes Bernie Spain Gardens and the riverside walkway, and to provide a range of free and affordable programmes and activities for families, children, young people, adults and older people in Waterloo and North Southwark.
About the role
We’re currently looking for a qualified surveyor who will ensure that our properties, including one of London’s landmark, the Oxo Tower, is properly maintained and to advise on building and property matters. You will ensure that financial decisions on property and building matters are informed and that any risks are anticipated and controlled.
The role is busy and varied and requires someone who is professional and confident with a can-do attitude. They must have the ability to multi task, work to tight deadlines and have an eye for detail and accuracy.
In return we can offer you:
- 27 days’ annual leave (excluding bank holidays), pro rata
- 8% contributory pension scheme (5% employer contribution, 3% employee contribution)
- Season ticket loan on completion of probation
- Health and wellbeing package including a confidential employee assistance programme and online therapy sessions
- Commitment to training and development
To apply please submit an up to date CV and the supporting questions form. We are unable to consider CVs if they are not accompanied by the supporting questions form. The equal opportunities form is optional.