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      Senior Quantity Surveyor

      • UK, East of England, Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire
      • to £55,000 per year, Full time, Permanent
      Key Responsibilities: Reporting Ensure robust, accurate and timely cost and value reporting at both project and business unit level Ensure accurate cash flow reporting takes place Carry out cost management including forecasting Update the monthly CVR, cost and commercial plans and have accountability, along with the project team for the commercial performance and strategy Processes Help ensure that commercial processes are adhered to across the business unit Actively seek to improve processes

      Project Manager

      • UK, Central London
      • from £55,000 to £68,000 per year, Full time, Permanent
      Key Responsibilities: General management Lead efficiently a large team of agents, surveyors, engineers and site support functions Produce financial forecast, monitoring and controlling project costs Administer the project in line with the Contract Review monthly CVR reports ahead of submission to Contracts Manager Deliver projects from design phase to completion including all handover documentation Review budget, progress, resources and forward planning Ensure the contract is defined and

      Plant Fitter

      • UK, South West London
      • from £28,000 to £30,000 per year, Full time, Permanent
      Key Responsibilities: General Service/repair a wide variety of mechanical/non-mechanical plant Carry out designated tasks as outlined by Team leader or the department manager Inspect tools/small plant and develop a scope of repairs Diagnose and find customer and operator complaints Liaise with Team Leader to update job progress and completion times Carry out tasks in accordance with Equipment Service & Hire policies and procedures Work in and maintain a working environment with an acceptable

      Quantity Surveyor

      • UK, South West,
        Multiple Locations: Midsomer Norton, Southampton, Maidstone, Swansea, Taunton
      • Negotiable, Full time, Permanent
      THE ROLE Review and negotiation of awarded contracts Completion of budget reviews and analysis with the project teams Preparation of project cash flow forecasts Compilation of financial reports and forecasts to feed back to management Provide commercial support to the project teams to ensure contractual compliance Assisting the project team in the identification and implementation of contract variation works Estimating Preparation of Interim valuations / payment applications Final account

      Marketing & Communications Administrator

      • UK, London
      • to £25,000 per year, Full time, Permanent
      Key Responsibilities: Market Research & Analysis Undertake market research and analysis on the industry in the relevant target sectors in addition to target projects and clients. This will help understand client drivers, competitor strategies and assist in determining our teaming plan. Assist in the population and management of sector plans and key account plans and help ensure that the relevant members of the leadership team are attending client meetings on a regular basis and to ensure you

      Commercial Analyst

      • UK, East of England, Bedfordshire, Leighton buzzard
      • from £30,000 to £35,000 per year, Full time, Permanent
      Key responsibilities • Deliver regular reports relating to forecast and actual costs and revenues for projects and service operations, as required by management and proactively offer new reports to improve insight into our business • Alongside the Projects & Service Office Manager, be the group's subject matter expert on SAP PS, SAP CS and the purchasing and vendor invoice management processes, supporting managers and staff as required • Maintain timesheet system reference data

      Senior Quantity Surveyor (Thames Water)

      • UK, East of England, Hertfordshire, Rickmansworth
      • to £60,000 per year, Full time, Permanent
      You will report directly to the Managing Quantity Surveyor and the responsibilities will include: • Understanding and implementing the contractual requirements of project documents, including the roles and responsibilities of all involved • Cost management for project/section of works • Value/change management for project/section of works • Maintaining project risk and opportunities schedule • Assisting procurement in the preparation and issue of subcontract

      Quantity Surveyor

      • UK, West Midlands, Worcestershire
      • Negotiable, Full time, Permanent, Contract
      Reporting To: Commercial Manager and Project Managers Purpose: To provide a service covering all contractual and financial aspects of assigned projects. Supervision: Exercised: Direction of allocated Assistant Quantity Surveyors Received: Direction from the Commercial Manager on contractual, financial and administrative matters. Once allocated wholly or partly to a project, use of time is under the sole direction of the relevant Project Manager. Principal Duties: To advise

      Quantity Surveyor

      • UK, Scotland
      • from £35,000 to £45,000 per year, Full time, Permanent
      The Role: The Quantity Surveyor will provide commercial support to project teams, maintaining commercial information and ensuring compliance with contractual requirements and the Company`s `Three Pillar` 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 reporting at both project and
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