Quantity Surveyor - Waste Water

Posted 19 October by Finlay Jude Associates Ltd
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Our client is currently recruiting for a Quantity Surveyor working within the Waste Water Industry based in the Burnley area

The role involves a range of duties including monthly valuing of the works and making applications for payment; identifying values and agreeing variations with our clients; agreeing final accounts and reporting internally on the financial and contractual status of schemes including completion of monthly financial forecasts. Other responsibilities include procuring and letting sub-contract packages, managing sub-contractors with the site delivery team whilst on site and agreeing final accounts.

Specification

The successful applicant must be a good communicator and negotiator; with commercial awareness. Knowledge of construction contracts is preferred. The candidate should have good IT skills with experience of databases and Microsoft Office products. A degree or other qualification in Quantity Surveying would be advantageous but is not essential.
Previous experience in Quantity Surveying, some of which may have been within the Water industry.

  • A good working knowledge of various forms of Conditions of Contract
  • Working knowledge of basic plant, equipment and materials.
  • A relevant Quantity Surveying degree.
  • Knowledge of managing subcontract accounts from procurement through to final account.
  • Knowledge and understanding of tendering and procurement processes.
  • Computer literacy and a good understanding of Microsoft Excel.
  • A proactive approach and good communication skills.

Due to the high volume of applications we receive we are not always able to reply to all applications.

If you are looking for a fantastic career opportunity and want to work for a forward thinking Company then apply now with your current updated CV.

Reference: 36406463

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