Are you a Senior Quantity Surveyor with a positive attitude to problem solving and overcoming commercial and contractual matters? Can you demonstrate focus and determination to the settlement and agreement of final accounts whilst adding back value through negotiated outcomes? If so we would like to talk to you
Our client’s team is doing such a great job on an Energy Framework, they are looking to appoint an additional Senior Quantity Surveyor to work on a seconded basis with one of their long-standing clients.
The role will include pre-contract quantity surveying duties such as the preparation of tender documentation, estimates, cost planning and budget preparation. You will be pivotal in supporting across multiple projects as part of a £1.4bn programme of works.
With the added benefit of a hybrid working policy, you will be office based 2/3 days a week with a requirement for local site visits as required.
” Attend client briefing meetings
” Review current scope of works
” Cost planning preparation including; inputting, measuring, issuing, and presenting
” Review contractor proposals in detail including costs and quantities
” Clarify and issue tender addendums if required
” Meet with contractors and discuss proposals
” Review, query and agree contract sum
” Prepare contract documents and share with relevant stakeholders
” Ensure the contract documentation is signed and in place before commencement on site
” Attend prestart meetings
” Prepare and issue monthly valuations
” Prepare and issue monthly cost reports
” Administer and issue variation instructions, contract documents, tender documents and contract amendments.
” Attend progress meetings and issue minutes
” Deal with day-to-day actions and correspondence as required
” Control and manage all financial, programme and contractual issues arising
” Prepare and present monthly cost reports to the client
” Carry out valuations and prepare recommendation for payments
” Agree and value any variations
” Agreement of final account after completion of the works
” Oversee and run projects from conception to completion, managing and controlling the costs of the scheme on behalf of the client.
Experience Required –
” Hold a degree in Quantity Surveying
” A full member of the RICS or working towards your Chartership
” 5 years+ experience as a Quantity Surveyor ideally within the energy sector
” A good understanding of the NEC suite of construction contracts – ideally options A, B, and C
” Familiar with cost planning and tendering practice and procedure
” Ability to procure and administer contracts with multiple projects whilst working with main contractor and sub-contractors
” High attention to detail focused on successful project delivery
” Excellent stakeholder management skills with a keen desire to build and maintain client relationships
” Able to become embedded within a team to drive forward positive results
In Return –
They offer a fun and positive place to work, excellent remuneration including a competitive salary, a discretionary bonus scheme, plus loads more benefits.
They’re a progressive and flexible employer and they recognise the importance of a healthy work-life balance which is reflected in their commitment to providing a home-life friendly working environment.