Quantity Surevyor - Civil Engineering

Recruiter
Sphere Solutions
Location
Cardiff
Salary
£38000 - £45000/annum + Car + Package
Posted
22 Jul 2017
Closes
21 Aug 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
One of the UK’s leading privately owned civil engineering companies working across a wide genre of subsectors require a Quantity Surveyor to join their busy regional office based in South Wales.

The company work within the capacity both principal contractor and as a specialist sub-contractor on a projects including energy, earthworks, groundworks, highways, drainage, bridges and heavy foundations.
The company have a very busy order book for 2017/18 and require a Quantity Surveyor with four to six years post qualification experience to commercial lead smaller projects valued £3.M - £5.M or work as a No.2 on larger schemes.

Duties:

Ensure the project team achieve or exceed budgeted targets.
Ensure subcontract orders accurately reflect the main contract requirements and scope of works.
Place supply chain orders in accordance with the procurement schedule.
Accurately value, certify and issue any relevant payment notices for the subcontract works in accordance with the conditions of their subcontract.
Ensure that external valuations are submitted in accordance with conditions of the main contract and that payments are received by the due date, taking full responsibility for the project's cash position.
Complete CVC reports, ensuring they accurately reflect the current position on site and the final profit projection.
Achieve timely and equitable resolution of client and supply chain final accounts.
Provide early warning of future financial problems and ensure accurate real time reporting.
Manage and minimise non recoverable costs on projects.
Develop and manage junior surveying staff.
Price and effectively agree all project variations.
Creatively consider value engineering and improved build-ability solutions.

The company are able to offer perspective candidates a progressive career, starting with a competitive salary, ongoing vocational training and continuity of regional work