Quantity Surveyor

City of London
£48000 - £60000/annum Pension, Medical + more
09 Jun 2017
08 Jul 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
Quantity Surveyor - Intermediate or Senior level
* Previous Mechanical & Electrical (M&E) experience essential
* Boutique consultancy based in West London
* Diverse projects including retail, commercial, higher education, and more
* Knowledge of the building services side of construction is essential

Do you want the opportunity to work with a fun, vibrant and thriving team? To join a consultancy that can nurture, develop, and support you professionally? A team who enjoy social events to ensure team comradery? Do you want to join a consultancy that is growing from strength to strength?

Well you've come to the right place!

This is an exciting opportunity for an experienced M&E Quantity Surveyor (ideally at a Senior Quantity Surveyor level) to join a forward thinking, inclusive, successful consultancy. Based in West London / South West London, its a close commute from Victoria and right on the river Thames.

No extra detail needed really; if you have a consultancy background, have proven job stability, want a permanent role, and have a strong M&E / Building Services Cost Management background - I'm wanting to talk to you.

What's on offer?:

* Exciting opportunities for progression, which have clearly agreed targets between yourself and management.
* Pub lunches and frequent social events for the whole office, to ensure everyone mingles and the team are strong at its core.
* A competitive remuneration package, negotiable based on experience but between £48,000 - £60,000 + benefits.
* An open door policy with Senior Management and Partners. I'm talking hands on support, an openness to new ideas, and an honesty when it comes to expectations.
* International projects, global clients, known brands, and exciting projects.

If you are seriously considering a new role and really thrive in the M&E / Building Services side of Cost Management, you could be the Quantity Surveyor we need. APPLY NOW and let's start the conversation