Managing Quantity Surveyor
We are working with a long established, highly successful Top 20 main contractor who have created an excellent reputation for delivering varied and interesting projects for both Public and Private Sector clients typically valued up to £50 Million in the North West of England.
They now have a rare opportunity for someone to join their North West Commercial team at Managing QS level.
Ideally, they would like to recruit an established Managing Quantity Surveyor from a similar organisation but are also willing to consider applications from those at Senior QS level who are ready to progress to Managing QS level (they will support someone through this process).
Key responsibilities will include the following;
You will have commercial responsibility for around 4 projects (with an average value of £10 Million each) and associated commercial teams.
Managing the team to ensure all commercial and contractual requirements are considered on the designated projects in accordance with the company procedures and processes, ensuring sound financial performance including profitability, cashflow, and managing risks and opportunities.
Monthly cost reports for review with the Commercial Director.
Good working knowledge and application of Main Contract and Sub-Contract Forms and Standard Method of Measurement.
Appointment of Subcontractors in accordance with Company Procedures, including procurement and account management including valuations, payment notices and agreement of final accounts.
Liaise with Contracts Management to review and monitor project costs.
You will have worked as a Managing Quantity Surveyor or Senior Quantity Surveyor for a building contractor previously.
You will be based in or be able to commute to the North West daily.
You will be IT literate and contractually aware.
The successful candidate will benefit from a salary and benefits package that rewards endeavour.
You will be working with a forward thinking, successful contractor who can provide a challenging and supportive working environment.