3 days left
- Full Time
Job title: Project Quantity Surveyor
Salary: £50,000 - £60,000
Job Type: Permanent
I have just got a fantastic new position in from this fantastic Essex based main contractor who have been a big name within the contracting industry for the last sixty years. With a turnover of approximately £20 Million this company have a good name for themselves within large refurbishments and new build projects predominantly within East London and the Northern Home Counties. They are working on some really prestigious projects at the moment including the National History Museum. They have practically covered almost every establishment in London over their history and they have managed to uphold their brilliant family office atmosphere. With some outstanding testimonials and awards, this is definitely a company to take careers forward.
- The company have a Project Quantity Surveying opportunity based in Epping.
- You will be responsible for managing projects up to £8 Million in value.
- You will also be responsible for assisting with targets, monthly reporting, team performances, appraisals, liaison with other departments and project reviews.
- The sectors my client work in are a range from education, commercial, healthcare and the public sector.
- This is a brand new job and my client are looking to get interviews in place within the next two weeks.
- The company will offer up to £60K as a basic salary and on top of this you will also expect to receive an impressive car package or company car
- A generous holiday allowance plus bank holidays.
- There are annual salary reviews, pension and private healthcare as well as travel allowances and bonuses.
- This is a fantastic opportunity for a strong Surveyor within a large organisation to make a name for themselves in a new surroundings.
Education, experience and essential:
- Candidates are ideally asked to come from a main contracting background.
- A degree in Surveying or other form of construction background would be ideal but not always essential.
- At least five years in a surveying related role is essential.
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