|Location: Bangor||Salary: £50000 - £70000 per annum + package|
|Sector: Commercial, Construction||Type: Permanent|
|Contact: Matthew Clegg||Job Published: 26 days ago|
A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a Quantity Surveyor or Senior Quantity Surveyor to join a leading infrastructure contractor on a major civil engineering project through a National Park in North West Wales. The Quantity Surveyor will quickly become an integral part of the project team, managing the costs & commercial delivery of the project which includes the construction of a tunnel and the replacement of their clients existing surface based assets over the next 5 years.
Working closely with the Commercial Manager, the Quantity Surveyor will be responsible for:
Budget Management: Develop and manage project budgets, monitoring expenditures throughout the project lifecycle, and ensuring adherence to budgetary constraints.
Contract Management: Administer and manage construction contracts, including preparation, negotiation, and evaluation of contracts, as well as handling variations and claims.
Cost Control: Implement cost control measures to identify cost-saving opportunities and minimize cost overruns during the project.
Risk Analysis: Conduct risk assessments and identify potential risks and opportunities related to cost, procurement, and project delivery, and propose risk mitigation strategies.
Tendering and Procurement: Prepare tender documents, evaluate bids, and recommend suitable contractors and suppliers while ensuring compliance with procurement regulations.
Value Engineering: Collaborate with project teams to explore value engineering options and alternatives that optimize costs while maintaining project quality and performance.
Cost Reporting: Prepare regular cost reports and forecasts, providing stakeholders with accurate financial information to support decision-making.
Change Management: Assess and manage changes to project scope, costs, and schedules, ensuring proper documentation and negotiation of variations.
- Bachelor's degree in Quantity Surveying or a related field.
- Proven experience in quantity surveying, preferably on large infrastructure projects in the UK
- NEC knowledge
- Strong knowledge of UK construction laws, regulations, and standards.
- Excellent communication, negotiation, and problem-solving skills.
- Ability to work collaboratively in a multidisciplinary team.
In return, the successful Quantity Surveyor or Senior Quantity Surveyor can expect a rewarding career that includes exposure to an exciting, technically challenging project, plenty of room for career progression with no glass ceilings, the security of working for a large, well regarded name and a generous salary & package that includes:
- Starting salary of £50,000 to £70,000
- Company car or travel allowance of up to £5,750
- 25 days annual leave + bank holidays and Christmas shut down
- Private pension
- Contributory healthcare
Due to the remote location of the site, our client can also provide accommodation which includes ensuite bathroom facilities, private bedroom and parking.
If you're a Quantity Surveyor with experience of civil engineering or large infrastructure projects, get in touch with Matt Clegg at Gold Group today to register your interest.
Services advertised by Gold Group are those of an Agency and/or an Employment Business.