Job I.D: 18796
Role: Quantity Surveyor
Industry: Lift Industry
Commutable from: Reading, Guildford, Woking, Chertsey, Twickenham, Croydon, Bromley
Salary: £35,000 - £38,000 (Depending on Experience)
Benefits: 25 Days Holiday, Company Pension Scheme, Phone, laptop
We have a fantastic opportunity in the lift industry for an experienced Quantity Surveyor to work from the office located in Surrey. A very commutable location for Assistant Quantity Surveyors or Project Coordinators with a construction industry experience. Also ideal for pre- or postgraduate professionals with experience working for a multinational corporation or reputable firm working as a Quantity Surveyor. This role will be working for a well-known, market leading lift engineering company with loads of opportunities for career progression. Our client is looking for talented and career focused Quantity Surveyors.
1. Purpose - Quantity Surveyor
The Project Quantity Surveyor is responsible for proactively preventing and actively resolving contractual concerns in contracts between company and customer and in contracts with subcontractors/suppliers. The emphasis is on actions that minimize legal and commercial risk proactively. The role is involved all the way from tender phase (supporting sales team) to project execution and close out (supporting project team). The role may be located direct to the project OR part of the local front-line unit.
2. Responsibilities and key activities - Quantity Surveyor
Ensures that the Sub-Contracts are made in line with contract guidelines and policies
Supports Project Manager and team in preparing a Project Execution Plan and maintaining appropriate control processes defined therein.
Fully understands the scope and terms of the main contract as well as sub-contracts, including both obligations to customer and subcontractor's obligations to the client.
Monitors compliance with the contractual obligations throughout the contract Term.
Monitors potential claims, including the following actions: - Quantity Surveyor
Reporting of matters that are potentially harmful to the company Keeping up-to-date records of these matters, e.g. variations to scope of works, events that entitle to an extension of time under the contract.
Ensures all payments are made on time and ensuring all notifications to third parties are made on time.
Monitors the cost control and client change control processes.
Maintains project forecast costs, revenue and profitability using SAP and business reporting tools.
Monthly Reporting: - Quantity Surveyor
Liability statement (gross liability in respect of each subcontractor)
Cost/Value reconciliation (contract value measured against contract cost)
Leads and co-ordinates project final account discussions with the customer.
Resolves or assists Legal in resolving any contract disputes between our company and the
customer and/or subcontractors.
Follows changes in laws and regulations and advises on how they impact the project.
Entry-level requirements - Quantity Surveyor
At least two years of pre- or postgraduate professional experience with a multinational
corporation or a reputable firm working as a QS
Appropriate level legal degree or QS qualifications
Fluent English with fluency in additional languages being an advantage
Construction Industry experience required and beneficial
Desire to participate as a full-member of the project leadership team
Interested? Here are your three options:
1. "This is the job for me! When can I start?" - Call now and let's talk through your experience. Ask for Ben Marmon on 44 (0) 116 2545411
2. " I think I'm right for this position, but I am not sure I have enough to get an interview" - Click "apply now" so I can read your resume and let you know -
3. "I'm interested but need to know more about what this job can offer me" - email with your resume and questions and I will reply with more detail
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