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Managing Quantity Surveyor (Civil Engineering)

  • Location: City of London, London
  • Sector: Civil Engineering & Infrastructure
  • Position: Managing Quantity Surveyor, Senior Quantity Surveyor
  • Salary: £60000 - £70000 per annum
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Job reference: 904316_1519898172
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Job description

Key Experience
  • Ideal opportunity for a Senior QS, looking to take the next step in their career
  • Degree Qualified in Quantity Surveying or relevant qualification and experience.
  • Previous civil engineering, groundwork or infrastructure experience (build project experience an advantage but not essential).
  • Working on projects from pricing through to final accounts.
  • Knowledge and experience to measure for: either drainage, concrete works, landscaping, general civils packages.
  • Previous Main Contracting and / or Sub Contractor experience.


The Company

Our Client is an award-winning, multi-disciplined civil engineering and utilities specialist company. They have seen continual growth over the last 10 years and are renowned for delivering sustainable solutions to their clients.

The Role

The regional Commercial Manager is looking to take on a #2 to manage a portfolio of Central London projects, which will range from £700,000 to £17 million.

This is an ideal opportunity for a Senior Quantity Surveyor, who is looking to take the next step in their career in 2018.

Working on Central London New Build, Commercial and Mixed Use projects; you will oversee a team delivering civil engineering and groundwork's on prestigious London projects.

Reporting into the Commercial Manager, key aspects of your role will include:
  • Managing and mentoring a team delivering a portfolio of projects;
  • Procurement of suppliers and sub-subcontractors;
  • Ensure robust Cost Control & Budget Management;
  • Managing monthly/periodically application for payment information;
  • Developing effective working relationships with members of the client, senior management and project team;
  • Identification and valuation of variations;
  • Implementation & management of change control procedures;
  • Preparation and issuance of contractual notices;
  • Compiling and reviewing financial reporting for projects;
  • Issuing contractual correspondence;
  • Understanding of risk and identifying the implications of actions taken by yourself and the project team;