Quantity Surveyor

Permanent
  • Permanent
  • London
  • Salary: £35000 - £50000/annum

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Experienced Quantity Surveyor? Looking to work for a progressive and supportive firm? Experienced in a consultancy construction role previous? Then apply below!

We are looking for an experienced Quantity Surveyor to work on projects and work that will span across a diverse range of client areas including residential, commercial, healthcare, education, and arts and leisure.

We are looking for an individual who has the initiative to hit the ground running.

You will have an excellent opportunity to grow and develop within their strong training scheme.

There is a competitive salary on offer, with great benefits including a pension scheme, relevant professional membership fees paid, personal development and CPD training courses.

The right Quantity Surveyor will be:

Experienced in the roles of Quantity Surveyor and ideally from a consultancy background
Degree qualified in a relevant discipline
MRICS status or working towards achieving MRICS
Confident at client meetings
Ambitious and keen to develop
A team player and keen to work closely with clients and colleagues
Excellent at communicating and managing workload
Excellent at problem-solving
Methodical in their approach to tasks
Ideally experienced in contracts other than a JCT (though this is not essential)
Have strong technical knowledge of constructionThe role of the Quantity Surveyor will include:

Preparation of cost plans and budget estimates
Understanding of construction contracts
Preparation of feasibility studies
Preparing, regulating, and analysing costs for tenders and contracts
Valuing work completed on site and certifying payments
Assessing value for money
Undertaking risk assessments
Estimating cost variations
Preparing cost reports and cash flows
Life cycle costings
Completing final accounts
Administering JCT construction contracts and development agreements, including chairing meetings
Preparation of Bill of Quantities

To apply for this job please visit www.cv-library.co.uk.