An award winning Contractor seeks to appoint an experienced Quantity Surveyor for their Construction division to work on Residential Partnership projects across the North West.
As our Quantity Surveyor, you will be responsible for the commercial delivery of residential redevelopment schemes in the North West Region. You will be able to demonstrate an in-depth knowledge of JCT and possess a strong appreciation of project processes and design and risk management. Experience of successfully delivering affordable housing and contracting schemes with values of minimum £3m up to £15m.
Main Duties and Responsibilities:
" Strive to maximise the profitability of the Contracts " Ensure that the Contracts achieve the maximum cashflow position " Completion and compliance with required contract documentation including Performance Bonds, Parent Company Guarantees and Warranties " Ensure that all contract documentation and sub-contract documentation is completed and forwarded to the Department Head / Managing Quantity Surveyor (MQS) for authorization " Maintaining necessary systems to efficiently file and retrieve information digitally to allow others to do likewise in accordance with the Management System " Compliance with Commercial and Company procedures " Presenting and agreeing the external valuation with the Client's Representative " Pricing and agreeing variations with the Client's Representative " Prepare and manage key and large risk subcontract accounts from inception to final accounts " Subcontract procurement strategy and implementation " Ensure the procurement of sub-contractors is in line with the Management System and that the packages cover the scope of the works " Check and ensure compliance and issuing of timely Payment and Pay less notices to Subcontractors " Control, monitor and improve commercial processes and deliver the objectives and targets for the Contract teams " Preparing monthly Cost Value Reconciliation (CVR) reports for presentation to the Management team " Monitoring risk and opportunity schedules and managing risk from Commencement to Completion " Provide input and cost and value engineering advice throughout the design life of the scheme and attend design team meetings " Ensure a proactive approach to dispute avoidance " Ensure company health and safety standards and procedures are followed throughout the team.
The successful candidate will have the following skills, experience and attributes:
" Minimum 5 years of QS experience within a Construction industry " Account management and commercial experience " Excellent IT skills (Microsoft Office and AutoCAD LT) " Degree or HNC/ HND in Construction/Building/Surveying would be preferable " Experience of planning " Ability to follow direction and meet deadlines without compromising on safety and quality " Ability to work independently " Strong numeracy and financial management skills " Excellent communication and presentation skills " Highly motivated and driven to succeed " Maintain a high level of professionalism at all times
In return for your skills, my client are offering a competitive salary and package, and the opportunity to work on prestigious developments across the North West.
How to apply
If you are interested in this role, and would like to apply, please contact Deena at Bromak or send your application via the link.