Project Quantity Surveyor role – Inverness Area
Your new company
Joining a leading locally based Civil Engineering Contractor on a permanent basis, you will be paid a competitive salary and be supported throughout your career with continual professional development and to work as part of interesting projects. This organisation is well established in the North of Scotland with a healthy roster of clients and opportunities in the coming year ahead already secured.
Your new role
In your new role as a Project QS, you will be dedicated to work on a medium-large scale civil engineering project in the Highlands. Working between the site and the head office, you will form a key part of the project team. Your responsibilities will include working to minimise risk in line with the contractual obligations of your employer, you will create forecasts and cost reports to help keep the project budget on track. Maintaining good working relationships with subcontractors, clients and other stakeholders will be key. You will work with the site team to produce monthly site valuations and create monthly reporting. You will prepare subcontract accounts and process payments as well as day-to-day contract administration.
What you’ll need to succeed
Ideally, you will have previous experience of working at a QS level with a civil engineering contractor. A degree in Quantity Surveying is preferred. However, applicants with a HNC/ HND will be considered if they have relevant professional experience. You will primarily work on NEC contracts, so knowledge in this area is essential. Strong IT skills, interpersonal skills and negotiation skills are also essential.
What you’ll get in return
You will be joining a highly reputable organisation who really commit to the development of their staff. Supported by a commercial manager, you will receive guidance throughout your career journey. This role offers a competitive salary package and a company car. In addition, you will be eligible for an annual bonus related to company performance. Working in experienced teams on high profile projects in the Highlands will be a reality when you join this organisation.
What you need to do now
If you’re interested in this role, click ‘apply now’ to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call Julie at Hays Inverness on .
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