Senior Quantity Surveyor

Gap Personnel South West
£47000 - £49000/annum
13 Jul 2017
12 Aug 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
This is an exciting opportunity to work as a Senior Quantity Surveyor for a contract to provide services as a Facilities Management Integrator. This is a hands-on role; hence the candidate must have the ability to work with cross-functional teams and deliver results. The role will be based in Swindon with extensive travel to client sites

All candidates will need to be successfully security vetted prior to employment.

Key purpose of the role.

•To ensure that the work orders are verified as per the terms of the Supplier contractual agreements.
•To manage a team of quantity surveyors (Swindon)
•To ensure supplier disputes are resolved expeditiously.
•To prepare reports, both regular and adhoc.
•To prepare estimates of project works for Client budgetary review and approval
To monitor progress on major projects
•To assist with the preparation of budgets and forecasts

Qualifications, Experience & Skills

•Demonstrates a systematic approach to tasks and measures progress against plans
•Demonstrates experience of managing a team
•Ability to work as part of an integrated team or individually as required
•Effective communicator both verbal and written with ability to produce accurate and timely reports
•Excellent MS Office applications skills
•A track record of identifying the need for additional systems and processes
•Has worked in roles where he/she has had to accept responsibility for data accuracy within own remit and work area and compliance with company and or legal requirements
•Ability to produce weekly / monthly summary reports
•Experience of working in a high volume transaction processing (multiple suppliers)

•Experience of working with Concept / Sharepoint
•Experience of working in a company that provides facilities management services

Key Tasks:
•Set up and manage systems appropriate for the commercial verification of work orders
•Ensure that the work orders are verified as per the Supplier contract agreements in terms of commercial values, rates, measures / quantities and material costs.
•Liaise with team members, assist in prioritising team work load, and ensure verified work orders are promptly processed.
•Timely communication with the supplier on all disputed work orders
•Liaise with the Supplier, other team members and Client to ensure speedy resolution of supplier work order disputes
•Produce all regular and ad-hoc reports in an accurate and timely manner
•Assist with production of budgets and forecasts for the project and monitor actual performance vis-à-vis forecasts.
•Report against commercial management deliverables and KPI’s
•Produce estimates of project works for Client budgetary review and approval
•Monitor progress against plan on major projects
•Produce ROC Forward Works Plans
•Review of supply chain quotations/tenders for Minor Works Projects to ensure costs are aligned with contracted rates
•Assist the MPS in the development of scopes and specifications for Minor New Works projects
•Carry out on-site valuations of work done to produce valuation certificates for Minor New Works Projects
•Carry out benchmarking reviews of all supply chain costs to ensure VFM is achieved
•Participate in supplier tender evaluations
•Carry out other ad-hoc tasks as required