Quantity Surveyor

Interaction Recruitment
17 May 2017
16 Jun 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Quantity Surveyor – High End Residential


Salary £45,000 to £50,000 + Car /Allowance + 25 days Holiday + Pension


The Opportunity:
Working for a local developer who is fast becoming one of the South’s most construction firms preparing, planning and delivering both residential and commercial properties across the building spectrum, from high-end homes to mixed-use developments and office complexes.
This is an office based role however the successful candidate will be expected to attend site meetings as and when required.

The Candidate:

Reporting to the Commercial Director the ideal candidate will be able to work autonomously on projects up to £2million and have the ability to undertake a number of tasks including:

Tender enquiries to Sub-Contractors

Searching for and assessing potential new Sub-Contractors

Analysing tender returns and comparisons, with an aim to ensuring packages are let with minimum risk to the Company.

Agreeing & producing stage payments/contract breakdown

Producing budgets

Reviewing & reporting on a regular basis on the financial performance of each project

Liaison and good communication with the Site Management Team – on a day-to-day basis

Producing Sub-Contracts & associated documents.

Understanding the importance of Cost Coding and accurate reporting

Helping the Company grow by having an input into new processes/procedures (along with the implementation)

Close liaison with the Buying Team regarding cost & materials selection and optional procurement paths

Understanding of planning requirements and restrictions.

Desirable Criteria:

Degree/HND/HNC in Quantity Surveying or a Construction related subject.

Experience working for a developer or contractor.

Experience overseeing multiple projects.

Rewards / Incentives:
Upto £50,000 per annum for the ideal candidate

Company car / car allowance

Full package

To express your interest please contact Simon Hawes at Interaction Construction on or E: