- £35000 - £55000 per annum
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- Building and Construction
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Quantity Surveyor (Concrete Repairs)
C.£35,000-£50,000 + Car allowance + healthcare
As a result of recent expansion, an civil engineering concrete repairs contractor seeks to recruit a Quantity Surveyor to work on a highways project in Birmingham.
Your role as a Quantity Surveyor will see you working in Birmingham
Day to day duties to include:
-Reporting to the project manager
-Management of projects within time, costs, quality constraints and standards.
-Measurement and controls of quantities and costs onsite
-Production of accurate record, drawing and project documents
-Monday to Thursday 8am-5pm, Friday 8am-4pm
The successful candidate will have experience in a Quantity Surveyor or QS role within
The ideal person will be a quantity surveyor with experience of dealing civil or highway type projects
-Experience in civil or Highway, quantity surveying
-Fully conversant with excel, word and MS Projects
-Full understand of the NEC contract
-Degree, HNC or HND
-Valid CSCS card
-Flexible, hardworking attitude.
Experience of cathodic installation, concrete repairs, civil, structural, contractors, repair, drainage, roof waterproofing, site surveys, and cost cost control is essential.
You must have experience working as a Quantity Surveyor, Estimator or Commercial Manager.
A Quantity Surveying or relevant construction qualification is helpful but time served applicants considered.
Established over 50 years ago, this company provides specialist contracting services to all over the UK. They undertake a variety of projects from concrete repair, deck waterproofing, and cathodic protection systems. Having recently expanded they are now looking for a quantity surveyor to join their team..
If you meet at least the minimum criteria and are a looking for a role that provides a high degree of autonomy and responsibility yet still gives you a ‘team’ feel then I would encourage you to apply.