We advertise current building control vacancies from local authorities throughout England and Wales. 

Councils: Building control job to post? Simply email us with the details at info@labc.co.uk. Please allow a week for the vacancy to go live.

Job hunters: Would you like to know more about what a career in building control can offer, and find out about the relevant qualifications needed? Visit our Careers page.

Bassetlaw District Council

Building Control Surveyor (full-time*, permanent)

Salary: SO1/2, i.e. £26,470–£30,756, subject to Job Evaluation

Closes: 12 February 2019

Directorate of Regeneration and Neighbourhood Services.

*Consideration will be given to applicants who may wish to work part time (2 to 3 days per week).

An exciting opportunity has arisen to join the Council's Building Control team. We are looking for an enthusiastic, self-motivated and forward thinking individual, to carry out Building Control duties including; plan checking, site inspections, enforcement and other building surveying duties when necessary. Based at Queen's Buildings, Potter Street, Worksop, you will play a key role in our future success. You will also be involved in the development and implementation of

Knowsley Council

Building Control Surveyor ×2 (permanent)

Salary: Pay Band L SCP 38–39 £34,106–£35,229 per annum / Pay Band M SCP 40–41 £36,153–£37,107 per annum

Closes: 25 January 2019

The Building Control service has undergone significant change in the last couple of years and you will be joining a young vibrant team at an exciting time as Knowsley and Halton Councils move forward with a shared Building Control service. You will be joining at a key time in this journey and you would play a key role in ensuring the partnership's success.

The successful candidate will undertake a full range of building control duties across a variety of large and small-scale domestic and commercial projects. You will also respond to emergency call outs across both Halton and Knowsley to investigate and

Malvern Hills District Council

Building Control Surveyor

Salary: £29,055–£32,233 (unqualified) / £32,233–£36,153 (qualified) depending on qualifications and experience

Closes: 27 January 2019

Malvern Hills District Council is a small, progressive local authority, situated in one of the Country's most attractive areas, offering excellent conditions of service and a high quality of life.

South Worcester Building Control Partnership brings together the Building Control services of Malvern Hills District Council, Worcester City Council and Wychavon District Council into one Partnership, sharing resources of expertise to provide a modern, flexible and customer focused Building Control Service.

This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Building Control Surveyor to join a professional

Mid Sussex District Council

Senior/Building Control Surveyor

Salary: Package up to £46,000 pa (includes market supplement of £4,000 pa)

Closes: 8 February 2019

Here at Mid Sussex District Council we are located in an area of outstanding natural beauty. We are proud of our customer service levels and our priority is to work collaboratively to ensure the best possible customer experience for all residents and businesses.

The Council offices are in the centre of Haywards Heath with free staff parking and within walking distance of the newly rebuilt mainline station.

Relocation expenses will be paid where appropriate, as well as financial loan support for private car purchase subject to completion of a successful probationary period.

Mid Sussex is an ambitious authority with one of the most

New Forest District Council

Building Control Surveyor

Salary: £22,546 - £34,467 (Band 5 to 7 career grade)

Closes: 31 January 2019

Hours: 37 per week (full time)

Location: Appletree Court, Lyndhurst

New Forest District Council Building and Coastal Services are seeking an experienced surveyor to join our Building Control team. We are looking for someone who is proactive, enthusiastic and driven to provide our customers with a first class service.

The Building Control service is currently going through a period of change, and the successful candidate would be instrumental in helping the team deliver the changes required. You must be forward thinking, able to engage and develop relationships with our customers, and be able to undertake all aspects of the building control process, which

New Forest District Council

Trainee Building Control Surveyor

Salary: £22,546 - £34,467 (Band 5 to 7 career grade)

Closes: 31 January 2019

Hours: 37 per week (full time)

Location: Appletree Court, Lyndhurst

New Forest District Council Building and Coastal Services are seeking a trainee building control surveyor to join our Building Control team. We are looking for someone who is proactive enthusiastic and driven to provide our customers with a first class service.

The Building Control service is currently going through a period of change, and the successful candidate would help the team deliver the changes required. You must be forward thinking, able to engage and develop relationships with our customers, and be willing to train to undertake all aspects of the building control process,

Uttlesford District Council

Building Control Surveyor Roles (ranging from Trainee to Senior via Career Grade)

Salary: Ranging from £21,074 – £40,858 (depending on qualifications and experience)

Closes: 16 January 2019

A rare and excellent opportunity has arisen to join the Council’s highly regarded Building Surveying team. We are looking for a variety of positions ranging from trainee through to senior level. You will be working in a friendly and supportive environment with colleagues from other Council services such as Planning. Do you have an interest in buildings and construction and want a role where you can make a difference? Perhaps you fancy a career change? Recruiting the right person is more important to us than experience.

We have a post for a Senior Building Surveyor who needs