Senior Quantity Surveyor - Crawley
Senior Quantity Surveyor- Multi Level Residential Apartments
Head Office: Southampton
Projects: 78 Residential and Commercial units - Value £16 Million
Salary up to £60,000 + Car / Allowance + Package
A well know and respected local contractor based in Southampton is looking for a Senior Quantity Surveyor to manage the commercial activities 78 Residential and Commercial ` units - Value £16 Million
They are well known for delivering refurbishment, fit-outs, refurbishment and new build projects across the UK
They are about to start building a 78 residential apartments and commercial units in Crawley, project value £16 Million. The project will consist of groundworks, RC frame and modular construction elements.
You will be a knowledgeable Senior Quantity Surveyor from a Main Contractor or Developer and have multi story residential RC frame or Timber frame.
Main purpose of role
As managing quantity surveyor you will manage all commercial aspects including the preparation and pricing of contracts. You will support the bid team and work with the design and delivery teams to ensure costs savings are successfully delivered.
Main responsibilities of the role
Develop and agree a project commercial strategy, which achieves budget and maximises profitability.
Lead, manage and develop the wider commercial team.
Manage commercial risk and opportunity.
Ensure all commercial reporting procedures are adhered to.
Act as a single point of contact for all commercial, legal, financial and administrative issues with the customer, suppliers and subcontractors.
Partner with technical experts to provide regular commercial insight on the performance of supply chain organisations contracted to projects, enabling the project to make informed decisions about contract variation.
Manage the relationships with our customers commercial teams to ensure a constructive relationship is maintained throughout the lifecycle of all projects
Ensure commercial / contractual arrangements comply with all applicable legislative, regulatory and corporate standards.
Develop, implement and continually review procedure and practice to ensure the effective commercial management of contracts.
Assess compensation events, claims and disputes regarding the contracts.
Demonstrate leadership by developing a culture to minimise claims.
Ensure commercial risks are identified analysed and managed.
Ensure all commercial and procurement reporting procedures are adhered to.
Ensuring accurate forecast in place for the business area projects.
Accurate cost value reconciliations to be in place for all projects which are to be reviewed and interrogated monthly
To find out more about this role call Stephen Blaymires at Interaction Construction on or E: