15 May, 2024
Contract
Cambridge, UK
Leading main contracting organisation seeks a Senior Quantity Surveyor with experience of working with the NEC (option A,B,C) form of contract and who has worked on major construction projects for a contract opportunity in Cambridge. This position will see you work on a major construction project in Cambridge. Responsibilities: You will update cost forecast on a weekly and monthly basis and update of project resource histograms. You will ensure that the forecast reflects programme changes each period and ensuring trend register is maintained for any forecast fluctuations. You will ensure rates and pricing is current and in line with project orders and costs. Preparation and production of monthly cost value reconciliation in line with company procedures. Pricing and administration of change management under the Main Contract and Subcontracts. Administration and use of the Contractors costing system (Microsoft D365). Identifying risks and opportunities in the...
03 May, 2024
Contract
London, UK
Introduction Our client, a leading company in the water industry, is currently seeking a Senior Quantity Surveyor to join their team. This is a contract position based in Walton-on-Thames, offering a competitive daily rate of 450 a/d Inside IR35. With a focus on the water sector, this is an exciting opportunity for an experienced Quantity Surveyor to contribute to important projects in the industry. Key Responsibilities Manage the contractual and financial aspects of projects, ensuring compliance with company standards and client requirements. Prepare and review cost estimates, budgets, and cash flow forecasts. Perform risk analysis and identify potential cost savings or value engineering opportunities. Liaise with clients, contractors, and suppliers to ensure accurate pricing and timely payment processing. Monitor project progress, variations, and claims, providing regular reports to stakeholders. Assist with the preparation of tender documents, contract negotiation,...
03 May, 2024
Permanent
Surrey, UK
Our tier 1 Water sector contractor client are looking to strengthen their Commercial team with a Senior Quantity Surveyor based at Walton On Thames with hybrid working available on their Thames Water framework. You will report directly to the Managing Quantity Surveyor and you will be expected to take responsibility for the Commercial Management of Projects with a combined value of 10m which is heavily subcontractor delivered. The role will have support from a graduate QS also. Responsibilities Quantity surveying duties in respect of managing projects and work packages Liaise with design, construction and supply chain teams to capture, analyse and control cost Collaborative work with the client to ensure business requirements are met Manage the main contract ensuring contractual notices and correspondence are identified and raised as necessary Preparation and issue of subcontract documentation Assist in the management and performance of subcontractors Manage the...
03 May, 2024
Contract
York, UK
Leading rail main contracting organisation seeks a proven Lead Quantity Surveyor to join their York based team on a 24 month contract. The role offers hybrid working but candidates will need to be in the office 3 days a week with the rest worked from home. This role will see you work on a major rail programme so candidates must have experience working for a main contractor in the rail industry. If you have experience of working on rail systems projects this would be an advantage but not essential. Key Responsibilities: Proactively administer Sub-contract accounts from project start up through to final account.- Accurately report Sub-contract liabilities Raise Sub-contract payments and issue notices strictly in accordance with contractual and legal requirements. Provide records which identify progress, delays and controlled change management, contributing to event registers and entitlement documentation, so that timely actions can be completed Job Requirements:...
03 May, 2024
Contract
Oxford, UK
Job Purpose As a Clerk of Works, your main purpose will be to act on-site for the Supervision team, ensuring compliance with the contract specification and promoting best practices. You will collaborate with the Contractor, taking early corrective intervention to avoid defects, and collate records for commercial and technical purposes. Main Responsibilities and Duties Ensure Contractor adherence to the Contract Specification Testing & Certification requirements. Observe and record daily ongoing works, including plant, people, gangs, and weather. Inspect works to be covered up as part of the permanent works and collaborate with the Contractor to correct defects. Agree on defective works with the Contractor and record them in the site quality systems. Suggest areas for improvement to the Supervisor. Monitor on-site health and safety aspects of the Contractor's operations and report any risks or areas for improvement. Attend meetings as requested by the Supervisor....
03 May, 2024
Contract
Somerset, UK
Our client, a Local Authority based in the South West, are currently seeking a Building Control Surveyor to join their team on a contract basis. As a Building Control Surveyor, you will play a vital role in ensuring compliance with building regulations and standards. Key Responsibilities: Conducting inspections to assess compliance with building regulations and standards Reviewing and approving building plans and drawings Providing expert advice and guidance to clients, architects, and contractors Investigating and resolving issues related to building control Carrying out site visits and project monitoring Preparing reports and documentation Collaborating with other professionals in the construction industry Staying up-to-date with changes in building and construction regulations Job Requirements: Significant experience in Building Control Strong knowledge of building regulations and standards Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Attention to...
03 May, 2024
Permanent
London, UK
The following are essential skills for successful performance in the role: Degree level qualification in Civil or Structural Engineering Minimum of 8 years' relevant experience in a design consultancy, ideally with experience of executing, leading and managing the design of projects within rail/energy/infrastructure sectors 4+ years' experience of managing a team of engineers and technicians and evidence of developing their skills and knowledge Excellent attention to detail Strong written and verbal skills Strong analytical and design skills with the ability to interpret design requirements and analyse complex structures A high level of computer literacy with experience of relevant up-to-date engineering design software. Experience of producing simple, clear calculations and drawings Strong health and safety management experience including management and maintenance of CDM Risk Registers An adaptable and flexible working style with the ability to develop and foster...
03 May, 2024
Permanent
Leeds, UK
Leading main contracting organisation seeks to employ a proactive Quantity Surveyor who has NEC target cost contract knowledge and experience of working for main contracting organisations to join their established, friendly and supportive team based near Leeds. You will join a leading brand who see their commercial staff as a key element of the business and have created their own established Commercial Academy that enables them to continually develop your skills both professionally and academically. You will be responsible for supporting the financial effectiveness and profitability on a flagship infrastructure programme through diligent application of proper contractual and commercial practices, with the careful management of risk. Responsibilities: Maximise the financial effectiveness and profitability of the project through diligent application of proper contractual and commercial practices Efficiently direct and manage the commercial resource within their section,...
03 May, 2024
Permanent
Leeds, UK
Leading main contracting organisation seeks to employ an Assistant Quantity Surveyor to join their friendly and supportive team based near Leeds. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a company who are looking to heavily invest in your training and development through their established Commercial Academy. In return you will support the Senior Quantity Surveyor and Quantity Surveyor with commercial support on a flagship engineering programme that will have a positive impact on the public and bring communities together. Responsibilities: Monitor, review, analyse and report on all contract costs for allocated projects Assist with the preparation of monthly reconciliations of contract performance on a contract by contract basis. Assist with the preparation of client applications for payment and associated reporting. Support the pricing of variation orders/change requests. Assist with the preparation of interim and final accounts. Assist with preparation of comparing actual...
03 May, 2024
Permanent
Hampshire, UK
. As a Quantity Surveyor, you will play a crucial role in ensuring the successful delivery of marine construction, offshore construction, and civil engineering projects. This is a permanent position based in Fareham. Key Responsibilities: Demonstrating your extensive experience as a Senior Quantity Surveyor. Utilizing your in-depth knowledge of Quantity Surveying practices. Applying your expertise in Marine Construction, Offshore Construction, or Civil Engineering. Working with the NEC suite of contracts (experience is preferred). Job Requirements: Significant experience as a Quantity Surveyor, specifically in a Senior role. Hold a degree in Quantity Surveying or be RICS qualified. Proven experience in Marine Construction, Offshore Construction, or Civil Engineering. Understanding of the NEC suite of contracts (experience is preferred). If you are an experienced Quantity Surveyor looking to take the next step in your career and join a dynamic and...
03 May, 2024
Permanent
Oxford, UK
Your role is critical to ensuring our commercial success, allowing us to invest in new technologies, aiming for infrastructure that is sustainable, carbon positive and built/maintained in a way that supports our planet for future generations of all our families. You'll be engaged in a variety of activities, including: Generating weekly revenue and cost reports. Controlling submissions of daily completed jobs. Producing 'Schedule of Rates'. Reconciling Subcontractor costs and preparing payment certificates. Liaising with Operations and Planning to monitor job progress and scope changes. Reviewing scheme works to ensure targets are on track to be achieved. Pricing completed jobs for high volume works. Analysing of weekly and monthly cost and revenue data. We would love to hear from you if you can demonstrate Experience in delivering NEC contract schemes, sub-contract management expertise, and a background in the utilities/civil engineering sector. A proven track record...
03 May, 2024
Permanent
Oxford, UK
You will assist in the management of commercial responsibilities on the framework in order to maximise profit and control costs. You will Assist the Quantity Surveyors and Senior Quantity Surveyors with a range of commercial aspects of local contacts to maximise profit and control costs. RESPONSIBILITIES Process and produce transparent weekly and monthly cost value reconciliation process to ensure that accurate and timely information Capture and allocate all relevant costs and liabilities. Maintain long term relationships with internal and external teams for transfer of information within parameters to ensure that relationships are maintained to meet the needs of the business. Assist in managing opportunities and risks to the business ensuring deviations from working practice are identified and highlighted. Assist the Quantity Surveyor in the development of commercial tenders, offers and contracts and formal engagement with other companies. Identify and escalate...