Job Tittle : Project Quantity Surveyor
Location : Home Working
Salary : £55,000 - £65,000
We are looking for an experience Quantity Surveyor to provide commercial support to a variety of critical national infrastructure projects across the full scope of the project from estimation through to completion.
To be considered for this role you will need to have extensive experience as a QS within a similar infrastructure environment - whether that be rail/highways/water etc.
This role will be permanently home based with the expectation - once restrictions are eased - to visit client sites when required.
The Project Quantity Surveyor will manage a commercial team through the lifecycle of numerous projects from initial bid, project set up to final accounts and close out, ensuring that at all times the Company’s governance and any contract specific requirements are adhered to.
Within a defined delegated level of authority, this role is responsible for the implementation and delivery of the Group Commercial Objectives, and appropriate to the activities in which the role is engaged.
Providing support to Commercial Manager/Senior Commercial Manager
Leading and developing the efficient and effective management and issue of accurate, timely and compliant notices and correspondence
Ensuring contractual and commercial risks and opportunities are identified to the Project Director/Manager
Preparing monthly progress valuations and claims for work completed within deadlines
Producing monthly cost reports, forecasts, and Contract Budget reports
Liaising with the Customer’s commercial team
Ensuring effective and consistent implementation of the Company's commercial policies and procedures
Ensuring registers of variations, delay, extension of time applications and claims are contemporaneous and maintained
Producing records of pre-Contract tender negotiations & reports where necessary
Review value management and advise on Risk management
Prepare, review and complete of sub-contract documentation
Plan change management and cost control
Prepare & agree interim applications for payment
Prepare & agree final accounts with sub-contractor
Manage subcontracts from initial placement of order to final account
Monitor and update Procurement Plan, Sub-contract procurement including analysing commercial comparisons
Produce requisition and award letters
Reconcile weekly plant, material, labour reconciliation against budget
Monitor main contract- including assisting with and producing Change Reports, Value Change Report Forms Main Contract, Monitor allocation changes Report on matters relating to insurances relevant to the project
Understanding the implications of health, safety and environmental regulations.
Ensure all health, safety and environmental risk situations are brought to the attention of Contract Leader / Project Manager