Job details

Location
Chester
Salary
Market related
Job Type
Contract
Ref
249204
Posted
etwa 11 Stunden her

QUANTITY SURVEYOR

As a sector leader in the international Design & Build market, we have an exciting opportunity for a Quantity Surveyor (who will be based on site office) to lead the commercial process of the subcontractors for an industrial project in Chester.

Description

- Role: Quantity Surveyor 

- Location: Chester, UK

- Contract length: 18 months, option to extend. 

- Start date: ASAP

- Competitive, negotiable day rate

Required skills:

Engineering or Quantity Surveying Degree and 8+ years of experience in construction industry.

- Experience in RIBA Stages 4-6,

- Experience in Industrial projects,

- Knowledge of UK Building Regulations,

- Experience in Multidisciplinary Coordination,

- Experience in Technical Detailing and Site Installations,

- Knowledge of Microsoft Office,

- Experience in Planning and Cost Control,

- Proactivity, Analytic Thinking and Problem solving,

- Management and Organizational skills,

- Having a can-do attitude,

Responsibilities 

- Manage subcontractors on a daily basis, including tasks such as tendering, negotiation, and contract administration before and after awarding contracts.

- Monitor project costs compared to budgeted amounts. Prepare contract forecasts and identify risks and opportunities for project spending/budgets. Provide regular reports on cost performance.

- Develop and execute effective commercial strategies to optimize project cost management. Provide feedback for continuous improvement in procurement processes.

- Handle all commercial correspondence and contractual notices, ensuring compliance with contractual conditions and clarity of the client's position.

Identify emerging problems proactively and report contractual claims. Assist in managing and resolving legal and/or commercial disputes, coordinating with Regional/Functional management as needed.

- Lead final account settlements on all projects, ensuring adherence to project authority and agreed-upon timelines. Coordinate with relevant stakeholders for smooth project closure.

- Attend project meetings and offer expert advice on commercial matters."

- Conduct regular site visits to assess progress, quality and compliance with contractual obligations.

- Collaborate with project manager to develop accurate project budgets and forecasts.

- Review and negotiate variations/change orders with subcontractors and clients.

- Maintain accurate records of all commercial activities, including contracts, variations, and claims.

We expect a very quick turn around due to interest and we're hoping to conduct interviews this week. For any questions, reach out to 02072689291. To submit your application, email jamie.beduaddo@spencer-ogden.com with your CV.