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Quantity Surveyor

  • Location:


  • Sector:

    Utilities, Power & Telecoms

  • Job type:

    Contract - Full Time

  • Salary:

    £350 - 450 per day

  • Contact:

    Kent Streek

  • Contact email:

  • Contact phone:

    02393 876009

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  • Published:

    about 1 month ago

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Looking for a Quantity Surveyor role on a large Utility Civil Project>
My client are a large multinational contractor working on the delivery of a large pipeline project across the South of the UK. They have been working on a large project crossing several counties rom the south coast to London and are on the next phase of the project.
Based out of Farnborough, they are looking for an experienced QS to join the team and look after a large project that spans across rural and urban areas. You will work closely with the senior commercial manager and the development team to ensure the project runs smoothly.
As a Quantity Surveyor you will be responsible for
·Administer the NEC form of contracts
·Raise early warning notices to the client and subcontractors
·Identifying, notifying and pricing of compensation events
·Production or supporting the production of CVRs and P&L reports
·Manage subcontractors from tender enquiries to final accounts
·Reviewing subcontract quotations and placing subcontract orders
·Assessing and paying subcontract applications
·Preparing applications for payment for assigned work packages
·Checking time-sheets and staff allocations for individual work packages
·Agreeing final accounts with clients and subcontractors
You will be working on an ongoing contract.
They require you have the following skills and knowledge:
·BSc Quantity Surveying or similar qualification
·A minimum of 5 years' PQ experience in a similar role
·Working knowledge of the NEC3 & NEC4 suite of contracts
·Experience using Aconex or CEMAR would be advantageous
·Previous experience with a civil engineering or utilities contractor
·Experience with administering multiple packages of work