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£50,000 - £60,000 + package


North West




Quantity Surveying Consultancy


Quantity Surveyor

Sub Discipline:

Quantity Surveyor



Job Description

Our client is a pioneering real estate company dedicated to making a positive impact on local communities. They are a unique blend of advisors and developers, partnering with the UK’s largest Local Authorities and Housing Associations as a Strategic Development Partner to revitalise aging housing estates. Their mission is to provide high-quality affordable homes while prioritising place-making and enhancing the end-user experience in every development. They are currently seeking a Project Quantity Surveyor to join their team and contribute to their ongoing success.

Job Description:
We are looking for an experienced Project Quantity Surveyor to join their dynamic team. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of 5 years of experience in quantity surveying, preferably with a strong background in residential development. As a Quantity Surveyor, you will play a crucial role in early RIBA stage development projects, contributing to the successful delivery of the regeneration initiatives.

Key Responsibilities:
” Cost Estimation: Prepare accurate and detailed cost estimates for early-stage development projects, considering all aspects of construction and associated costs.
” Budget Management: Monitor project budgets, track expenses, and ensure cost-effectiveness throughout the development process.
” Tendering: Manage the tendering process, including the preparation of tender documents, evaluation of bids, and negotiation with contractors and suppliers.
” Contract Administration: Administer construction contracts, review variations, and ensure compliance with contractual terms and conditions.
” Value Engineering: Identify opportunities for value engineering to optimise costs without compromising quality and functionality.
” Risk Management: Assess and manage project risks related to costs, advising the project team on potential cost implications and mitigation strategies.
” Collaboration: Work closely with architects, engineers, contractors, and other stakeholders to ensure smooth communication and collaboration throughout the project lifecycle.
” Reporting: Provide regular progress reports to senior management, highlighting cost-related insights and recommendations.

Qualifications and Skills:
” Bachelor’s degree in Quantity Surveying or related field.
” Minimum of 5 years of experience in quantity surveying, preferably as a PQS or Developer client-side QS
” Proficiency in relevant software and tools for cost estimation and project management.
” Strong analytical skills and attention to detail.
” Excellent communication and negotiation abilities.
” Knowledge of relevant regulations and industry standards.
” RICS or other relevant professional certifications are a plus.

Why Join:
” Exciting Projects: Contribute to transformative regeneration projects that positively impact communities and neighbourhoods.
” Professional Growth: Enhance your skills and expertise while working alongside industry experts and mentors.
” Innovation: Be part of a company that values innovation and encourages creative problem-solving.
” Collaborative Environment: Work in a supportive and collaborative environment where your ideas and contributions are valued.
” Career Development: Access ongoing training and development opportunities to advance your career within the company.

If you are a passionate and experienced Quantity Surveyor looking to make a difference in the regeneration of communities, we invite you to apply.

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