Assistant Quantity Surveyor

Hays Specialist Recruitment Limited
19 Mar 2017
18 Apr 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Assistant Quantity Surveyor wanted for top main contractor paying up to £40,000 in Cambridgeshire

Your new company

You will be working with a main contractor that has worked on a number of prestigious projects and has an enviable future workload across a wide range of sectors with values of up to £80m. Due to a strong orderbook they are now looking to take on an additional Assistant Quantity Surveyor who will progress within the company.

Your new role

You will be working in a large team supporting and providing assistance to Project Surveyors. This will include the subcontract accounts, paying invoices, procuring materials, ledger accounts and other related duties. You will be working on projects ranging upward from £3/4 million to around £75/80m.

What you'll need to succeed

Ideally you will have a degree in Quantity Surveying or related discipline. Preference will be given to those from the top 10 main contractors and it is necessary to come from a main contracting background. It would suit someone who has a few years experience as a trainee and is looking for the next step up.

What you'll get in return

You will be working with a progressive and reputable main contractor and as such the opportunity for career progression will be made available. You will receive up to £35,000 pa depending on experience and a competitive benefits package.

What you need to do now

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