Currently looking for an M&E Quantity Surveyor within Leeds.
Monday - Friday, 08.30-17.30
£350 a day.
The position of M&E Quantity Surveyor is responsible for the minimization of project costs to enhance value for money whilst still achieving the required standards and quality. The Quantity Surveyor will assist the site team in delivering projects across on time, within budget and to the specification.
Responsibilities, skills and experience include:
Wide understanding of model form contracts (JCT/MF1/NEC etc.)
Ability to identify the most appropriate form of contract for the given use
Ability to draft contracts and assist in the process to apply appropriate risk/liabilities, often drawn from the Head Contract
Ability to interpret and enforce contracts
Ability to support the site team on how to adhere to contract terms/ mechanisms
Subcontract Financial Reporting and Control
Ability to interpret a CVR
Ability to create and maintain a CVR
Ability to develop forecasts (final position and cash flow)
Ability to develop and understand a project budget from which to ensure compliance
To maintain and apply a good understanding of business objectives in all aspects of the role
Experience of working in large organisations
Experience of working on district heating/ industrial installation projects
Experience of site working
Experience of feeding into the delivery of a portfolio of Mechanical, Electrical and Civil projects through a diverse set of Senior PM's, Project Managers, Site Managers, Engineers and Designers
Ability to liaise with site teams, external parties and contractors to discuss the progress of the project and to address any issues that may arise
Ability to liaise with external contractors and suppliers to organize the phases of the construction development
Ability to influence
Ability to present information in a concise manner, both orally and written
Experience of working in a quality led environment, with full adherence to systems and procedures, and a focus on continual improvement for all ENGIE projects
Ability to identify, monitor, mitigate and manage project and operational risks
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
HNC / BSc / MSc / or other professional qualification in Quantity Surveying or Construction Related Project
MRICS or working towards APC
Can do attitude
Strong communication including writing reports and presenting
Time management and planning
High Attention to detail
IT/ Computer literate
Ability to remain calm under pressure
Work as part of a team and individually
Understanding engineering principles preferable
Good knowledge of construction
Excellent problem-solving skills
Good financial and numeracy management skills
Excellent negotiating skills
The ability to absorb complex information and assess requirements readily
If you are interested, available and have the above experience within a similar role. Please contact Loren or apply within.
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