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£35,000 - £45,000 + car allowance + benefits


North West




Quantity Surveying Consultancy


Quantity Surveyor

Sub Discipline:

Quantity Surveyor



Job Description

Our client is a renowned construction consultancy that consistently delivers exceptional professional services, always striving to exceed client expectations. Their culture of absolute openness, honesty, and integrity is at the heart of everything they do. They take pride in their highly qualified staff, who are proactive and innovative when addressing the unique needs of each client.

As a Quantity Surveyor, you will play a vital role in overseeing construction projects from inception to completion, focusing on the commercial and financial aspects. Collaborating with the Project Team, you will ensure projects are delivered safely on time, and within budget, consistently achieving high levels of client satisfaction.

” Production of cost plans
” Benchmarking activities and inputting costs into databases
” Market research of material costs, including obtaining quotations from suppliers
” Production of cash flows
” Preparation of procurement reports and cost reports
” Preparation of tender documentation
” Production of bill of quantities/pricing documents
” Interim and final assessment of valuations
” Production and collation of contract documents
” Change control process

Produce and oversee:
” Project measurements using Cost-X and BIM
” Option studies
” Life cycle cost plans
” Risk registers, including costings
” Value engineering and value management reports
” Tender evaluations and tender reports
” Review and settle disputes/loss and expense claims
” Oversee the tender process
” Follow practice procedures for quality assurance
” Support and train Assistant Surveyors
” Responsibility for health and safety, adhering to policies and procedures
” Attend site visits and meetings with colleagues, clients, and other consultants
” Continuously strive to improve our social and environmental impact

” Well-established relevant experience
” Degree qualification (RICS accredited or equivalent)
” Achieved or working towards MRICS
” Experience in the construction industry with commercial awareness of the construction process
” Excellent technical grounding in cost management and contract suites
” Comprehensive knowledge and understanding of value engineering
” Client-centric outlook, dedicated to cost-effective project delivery
” Proficiency in industry-standard processes and systems

In addition to being part of a great team, you can expect the following benefits:
” 33 days of holiday, including bank holidays, with an additional day added after five years of service
” Day off on your birthday
” Health cover from day one and x2 salary death in service benefit
” Opportunity to earn an annual bonus of up to 10% of salary
” Annual salary review
” Paid membership fees for relevant professional bodies
” Company pension
” Career development and training opportunities

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