The Client Our Client based in Brentwood are a small residential developer with an annual turnover of £5m. They also undertake general contracting, small works and facilities maintenance. They're currently seeking an Assistant Quantity Surveyor to join their team. Salary would be around £25k plus package.
Responsibilities: - Produce accurate information for Contribution Forecasts and Monthly Cost/Value Reports - To efficiently report on Site Progress and ensure correct procedure are implemented for Extension of Time applications and recovery of Loss and Expense - Maximise profitability and cash benefit for the Company - Ensure Contract Valuations are prepared in accordance with current ruling Company Policy - Control and administer sub-Contract accounts - Re-measure of all Site works - Liaise with Contracts Management on Cost Control and all financial matters relating to the Contract - Ensure Architects Instructions and Variations are obtained and properly valued - Progress settlement of Final Accounts - Efficiently procure sub-contracts
Qualifications & Experience - Construction related Degree / equivalent, ideally Quantity Surveying / Commercial Management. - Previous experience within general commercial contracting is essential, previous experience within residential development is also desirable. - You'll ideally be situated locally to the area and understand the geographical industry
What to do next: If you are looking for a new opportunity and this role is of interest, apply via the link below and we look forward to discussing the role in more detail with you.
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