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      31 jobs found

      SHEQ Advisor

      • UK, South East
      • Negotiable, Full time, Permanent
      My client is a leading UK construction contractor and they are seeking a qualified Safety, Health, Environmental and Quality (SHEQ) professional with experience in the civil engineering/construction industry to cover regions in London and the South East of England. As a SHEQ Advisor you will ensure that a balanced approach is applied between Safety, Health, Environment and Quality aligned to the risks identified on any given project in all activities undertaken. Duties &

      Technical Coordinator

      • UK, East of England, Cambridgeshire, Peterborough
      • Negotiable, Full time, Permanent
      Key Responsibilities: Produce, co-ordinate and collate customer surveys & questionnaires (e.g., flooding questionnaires/responses). Support the SUDs Engineer with sustainable drainage surveys and questionnaires. Prepare ESQ plans. Prepare Estimating and Construction packs. Support Design Manager with auditing of design team deliverables. Update the Engineering Web portal under the instruction of Support production of ROV Meeting presentations, reports and the DEP. Assist the Engineer with

      Workshop Fabricator Welder

      • UK, West Midlands, Walsall
      • £12+ per hour, Full time, Contract
      Key Responsibilities: Operational & Technical Produce quality fabrications work to tight tolerances using engineering drawings issued by the office team. Operate workshop tools and equipment as required, including measuring equipment, oxy fuel, plasma cutting equipment, saw, punches and drilling machines. Operate 5T and 10T overhead gantry cranes to assist with operational tasks. Health and Safety Complete tasks in accordance with the workshop and fabrication method statements and risk

      Managing Quantity Surveyor

      • UK, North West London
      • from £65,000 to £70,000 per year, Full time, Permanent
      People To drive the vision, mission & values within the business Effectively manage the commercial team, including cost clerks and commercial support staff Ensure effective interaction between the commercial team and the operational site teams. Supervision and mentoring of Quantity Surveyors Reporting Ensure robust, accurate and timely cost & value reporting at both project and business unit level Ensure accurate cash flow reporting takes place Carry out cost management including

      Sub Agent

      • UK, South West London
      • to £350 per day, Full time, Contract
      Key Responsibilities: Site Management Maintain commercial performance of the contract Be responsible for the successful delivery of projects Produce and manage the project programme and supervise the delivery of it Understand and interpret drawings and specifications Provide engineering expertise and support to the project team Ensure all staff, subcontractors and visitors are properly inducted, meet the competencies required of them and hold relevant qualifications and tickets Undertake an

      Assistant Quantity Surveyor

      • UK, Greater London
      • Negotiable, Full time, Permanent
      My client is an independent Project and Cost Management consultancy that provides service to the construction industry. They are a growing consultancy and work in sectors which includes Hotels & Leisure, Residential, Commercial and Education. They are current;y looking for an assistant QS for their offices in central London . Preferably UK experience in the leisure, hospitality, residential and commercial. Their core clients / projects are leisure (hotels). As Assistant Quantity

      Senior Quantity Surveyor

      • UK, East of England, Hertfordshire, Watford
      • Negotiable, Full time, Contract
      The Role: The Quantity Surveyor will provide commercial support to project teams, maintaining commercial information and ensuring compliance with contractual requirements and the Company&rsquo;s &lsquo;Three Pillar&rsquo; objectives. They will liaise with customer representatives and other third parties on commercial issues including agreement of variations, claims and any additional payments. Key Responsibilities: Reporting Ensure robust, accurate and timely cost and value


      • UK, Central London
      • from £30,000 to £40,000 per year, Full time, Permanent
      The role will be varied and cover (amongst others), the following: &bull; Understand and scrutinise Project Specifications & Drawings &bull; Meeting with clients and consultants &bull; Carry out site visits and surveys &bull; Measuring and take offs for materials, plant and labour &bull; Complete tenders within short timescales, common return period between 1 and 3 weeks &bull; Able to tender between 1 and 3 projects at any time period &bull; Identify and present

      Business Development

      • UK, Central London
      • £30,000+ per year, Full time, Permanent
      The role will be varied and cover (amongst others), the following: 1. Researching; new sales avenues, as well as new companies and other contacts 2. Keep up to date with competitors&rsquo; activities and industry news. 3. Pitching to potential clients 4. Cold calling 5. Attending events 6. Visiting sites (across the UK). This could be to establish new leads, monitor existing leads, monitor progress of Company activity on site. 7. Maintain effective working relationships with staff at all
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