An opportunity has arisen with one of the North West’s leading SME Quantity Surveying practices whose primary market sectors include power, utilities and other process sectors.
This company has ambitious growth plans, they are looking for a career minded Senior Level Quantity Surveyor who has aspirations of becoming an Associate within 12-18 months then Board Director within 3-5 years.
Our client prides themselves on a driven and professional environment led by a mixture of experienced and fee earning Directors. Looking to build on their success within the Nuclear and Utilities sectors they are now looking for a Senior Quantity Surveyor to work with major clients around the UK.
The Senior Quantity Surveyor Role:
” Preparing tender and contract documents
” Undertaking cost analysis
” Assisting in establishing a client’s requirements and undertaking feasibility studies
” Performing risk, value management and cost control
” Advising on procurement strategy
” Analysing costings of tender returns
” Advice Clients on forms of contract suitable work works tendered
” Providing advice on contractual claims
” Analysing outcomes and writing detailed progress reports
” Valuing completed work and advising Clients of payments to be made
The Senior Quantity Surveyor
” Hybrid working, mainly remote home based with some site travel
” Degree qualified Quantity Surveyor with 7 + years’ experience
” Ideally professionally qualified, MRICS or equivalent
” Confident and Client facing individual
” Experience with NEC3/4 and infrastructure projects experience
” Ideally security cleared
” A competitive salary + car allowance relating to your experience
” 5% pension contribution increasing by 1% each year to a maximum of 10%
” 4x basic salary death in service insurance
” Private health care for yourself, co-habiting partner and children up to the age of 18
” Company provided laptop package and mobile phone package
” 25 days paid holiday per year in addition to the Bank Holidays
” Overtime in line with company policy.
The Consultancy invests heavily in its staff with a structured staff development programme