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Senior Quantity Surveyor - Manchester

Senior Quantity Surveyor - Manchester

Ref BR00038

Salary: 45,000 - 60,000 + company car.

An exciting opportunity has become available for for an experienced and knowledgeable Quantity Surveyor to join the successful Major Projects team of a world-leading, multidisciplinary consultancy, with an enviable track record of delivering a wide range of cutting-edge energy transition projects, as well as an interesting portfolio of more traditional infrastructure schemes. The team can proudly say that their projects make a real-world difference, delivering innovative sustainable solutions across renewables, recycling, education, defence, industrial and commercial. Working as part of their dynamic Manchester office, you will have the opportunity to work among talented multidisciplinary teams. This role provides an exciting opportunity to take a leading role in the delivery of consultancy services on a range of infrastructure projects, seeing them through from their initial conception to their construction.

In order to be considered for this Senior Quantity Surveyor role you will:

  • Hold degree level or equivalent in Engineering, Building, Quantity Surveying, Science or Business subject.
  • Have membership of a relevant profession institution, e.g. MRICS.
  • Have experience of preparing procurement strategies for major capital projects, including procurement of consultancy services and construction contractors.
  • Have experience of cost estimation methods and standard methods of measurements, including CESMM and NRM.
  • Have knowledge of a wide range of contract forms, including NEC, JCT, and FIDIC.
  • Have experience in the management of major procurements of construction contracts.
  • Have strong communication and negotiation skills.
  • Be able to demonstrate experience of successful and effective team management.

Working as a Senior Quantity Surveyor you will:

  • Be leading a team of surveyors, responsible for performance management, recruitment, coaching and staff's career development.
  • Manage liaison with clients to ensure that service both meets requirements and achieves high levels of client satisfaction.
  • Financially manage services to deliver contract requirements.
  • Establish processes for the effective estimation project costs (capital and operational procedure).
  • Collate data to support estimate preparation, parametric, comparative, bottom-up and use of appropriate indices.
  • Develop cash-flow analysis for estimates in liaison with project schedulers.
  • Develop three-point estimate data to support monte-carlo simulation and risk management.

Our client is offering a competitive salary, full benefits package (including pension, healthcare and generous annual leave), and hybrid working. Please note that whilst this position is advertised here in Manchester, this role can be fulfilled from any one of a number of offices across the UK.

To discuss this Quantity Surveyor role please email your CV to .

Greater Manchester, England, UK