Industry: Fit-out, General Construction, House Building, Maintenance, Refurbishment, Trades
Working Hours: Full-Time
Salary: £17000 - £22000 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
A growing Regional Contractor who operate in the Social Housing, Education, Healthcare and Restoration sectors seek to expand their existing Commercial team with a recent Quantity Surveyor graduate.
They are looking to bring aboard a keen, enthusiastic individual who is degree qualified and eager to make their first steps towards a successful career in Quantity Surveying.
You will be reporting to a Quantity Surveyor and will assist with the re-measures and other daily duties projects up to the value of £4 million within the Education, Commercial, Social Housing and Public sector. The role requires you to act as a professional member of staff providing a vital link between site and head office.
As a Trainee Quantity Surveyor you will:
" 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
To qualify for this role you will hold or be working towards a relevant qualification (HNC/HND Construction/Building Studies or Quantity Surveying Degree) and ideally have some experience in a Quantity Surveying role, ideally on similar size projects.
In return, you will be offered a basic salary up to £17000- £22,000 (dependent on experience) along with additional company benefits and further training and development.