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.

Adur & Worthing

Building Control Surveyor

Post no: 3276

£29,055 to £33,136 + £4000 Market supplement ( Reviewed annually)  + Essential car user allowance

Closes: 23 November 2018

Adur & Worthing is a rapidly developing area and we are seeing an increase in high quality construction and investment. 

We are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic, self-motivated, experienced Building Control Surveyor to join our customer focused partnership. 

You will be joining a dynamic service and will have the opportunity to use your excellent communication skills to be part of our team and of course be working in a fantastic coastal area.

Main duties include delivery of a customer focused service including application processing, issuing of decisions, site inspections, dealing with dangerous structures

Barnet Council

Surveyor/Senior/Principal Posts - Building Control

Up to £60,000 per annum plus 10% car allowance scheme

Closes: 31 December 2018

The London Borough of Barnet is an ambitious authority with one of the most significant programs of growth in the region. Depending on your qualifications and experiences, we are looking for enthusiastic and talented candidates at Surveyor, Senior and Principal level to help us to deliver a high-quality service.

These roles are all full-time positions and you will be an employee of Regional Enterprise (Re) supporting the Building Control function whilst providing a range of activities delivered in accordance with the Building Control Performance Standards and an LABC accredited Quality Management System (QMS). The ideal candidate will need to

Basildon Borough Council

Building Control Surveyor

Ref No: RQ00843

Salary: £35,826- £39,599 per annum inclusive of fringe + £4000 market supplement

Closes: 4 December 2018

Basildon Borough Council is a dynamic and diverse place to work with ambitious plans for our residents.

An opportunity has arisen for a hard-working individual to work within the Building Control Department. We are looking for an individual who will help the team deliver an excellent Building Control Service.

The successful candidate will enforce Building Regulations, assist in disabled person’s access works and take responsibility for the supervision of building within and across the borough.

You will need to be flexible and adaptable in responding to the fast-changing needs of the service.

Your skills will need to

Camden Council

Building Control Officer

£35,913 - £41,657

Closes: 25 November 2018

Location: 5 Pancras Square, London N1C 4AG

Salary: £35,913 - £41,657

Contract Type: 2 x 1 Year Fixed Term, Full time, 36 hours per week

Alternative flexible working options available/open to discussion. 

Click HERE for information on Camden’s flexible working options.

The Role

As a Building Control Officer, you’ll be taking the lead to ensure areas of the borough are compliant with building control legislation. You will be customer focused and will  be implementing marketing and quality initiatives to maintain our customer base and bring in new clients, recover fees and charges, as well as managing a caseload delivering a cost effective and efficient service. You’ll provide detailed information on individual

City of London

Starting at £67,330 pa and rising to £76,410 pa (subject to performance)

Inclusive of London Weighting and Market Forces Supplement

Closes: 3 December 2018

The District Surveyor’s office is the foremost provider of Building Control Services in the City. Our projects portfolio is predominantly multi-million pound office and retail developments, hotels and residential apartment blocks which often embrace leading edge innovative design solutions.  

As the Assistant District Surveyor, you will be committed to delivering a world class building control service in a highly competitive market. You will play a leading role in, ensuring that performance standards, resources, marketing and income generation are appropriate to maintain the viability and standing of the office in this

Copeland Borough Council

Career Grade Building Control Surveyor

Salary: £21,074 to £36,153

Closes: 10 December 2018

This is a rare and excellent opportunity to join the Council’s successful Chartered Building Control Consultancy and build an exciting career in regulation of the built environment, at a time when the building control profession is gaining increasing national significance. We are looking for a talented, self-motivated and well-organised individual who meets the requirements of one of the 4 stages of our Career Grade:

  • Stage 1: Building Control Technician – Candidates will have a minimum NVQ qualification in a construction related area, experience working in the construction industry and an understanding of building construction and associated trades.
  • Stage 2: Assistant

London Borough of Hounslow

Principal Building Control Surveyor (Team Leader)

Salary: £47,541 - to £50,442 (PO7)

Closes: 19 November 2018 

The London Borough of Hounslow is looking for a Principal Building Control Surveyor to join their ambitious and rapidly expanding service. 
The borough of Hounslow is currently experiencing unprecedented economic growth and to support this the Council is seeking a proven Surveyor, with a demonstrable technical track record, who is ready to lead a team. 
As Principal Surveyor you will mentor, train and inspire building control staff. You will be responsible for monitoring the output of your team as it delivers a quality service across the board, while, leading on the full range of more complex building control projects.
Here, no two days will be the

Isle of Wight Council

Senior Building Control Surveyor

Salary: Grade 11 £35,351 to £37,984 per annum plus an out of hours stand-by payment of £1,657 per annum

Hours: 37 per week

Closing 19 November 2018

Enthusiastic and self-motivated with the ability to organise a broad and interesting workload efficiently and effectively, you will deal with the full range of Building Control work within one of the most beautiful parts of the country. In addition, you will be responsible for the daily management of a small team of surveyors and assist in further developing the aims of the service.

The service has a reputation for delivering a high quality customer focused service and maintains a very large market share of building control work. As well as being qualified to degree level and a Corporate

London Borough of Merton

Building Control Surveyor

Salary: £25,746 - to £46,578

Closes: 21 November 2018, 12 noon 

The Building Control function plays a pivotal role in keeping residents and businesses in the London Borough of Merton safe. It's important to us that building standards are kept high and all construction performed in the borough is completed adhering to the correct legislation.

The council are looking for energetic surveyors to join the Building Control team. Whether you are just beginning your career, or a seasoned professional in the sector, we'd like to hear from you. We can offer a flexible working environment with an emphasis on work/life balance working practices.

We are improving our technology to assist officers in doing their job and are looking to have full mobile

Middlesborough Council

Principal Building Control Surveyor

Salary: £39,002 - £40,858

Reference: R0000140

Contract: 37 hours per week - permanent

Closes: 19 November 2018, midnight

To apply for this vacancy, please visit www.middlesbrough.gov.uk/jobs. If you are an existing Middlesbrough Council employee, please log on using your PC/Laptop credentials or your staff portal SP user details. 

All other users, please create an account if you haven't done so already.

Middlesbrough Council’s making great progress delivering its ambitious economic plans with exciting physical regeneration projects and unprecedented new housing growth.  Planning and Building Control Services are an essential component in achieving this and we need a Principal Building Control Surveyor to assist who is highly


Building Control Officer

£29,055 per annum (with the potential to earn up to £34,106)

Closes: 26 November 2018

As a qualified individual in a relevant discipline, we can offer you a challenging career opportunity in local government.

You will be responsible for administering the Building Regulations and allied legislation related to domestic buildings and undertaking work in connection with dangerous structures and demolitions. This will include participation in site visits and investigating breaches of building control.

As part of a team delivering an efficient and effective building control service, you will also provide pre-application advice to both professionals and non-professionals.

Evidence of working in a building related environment and processing building