Info about this full time permanent job role in Manchester placed by Russell Taylor Associates with last applications by April 26th '19
Description: Posted by Russell Taylor Associates -
Senior Quantity Surveyor
Manchester North West
My client is a Regional main building contractor, which are in the market for a Senior Quantity Surveyor. They operate largely across the Manchester region. They work within main build construction, delivering design and build apartments, leisure and industrial and commercial projects. The ideal Senior Quantity Surveyor will have previous design and build experience. Although those who have a strong background in managing sub-contracting packages would also be considered.
The successful Senior Quantity Surveyor will be commercially astute and be involved in pricing works on selected projects. You will be given ownership and accountability for delivering sub contact packages to projects. Ensuring the best possible value and profit in maintained during and closing of project delivery. As a commercial lead you will have experience in working on schemes from of 10million+
You will ideally have site experience working for a main building contractor, although this is not essential. With Quantity Surveying experience working on new build projects. The successful candidate will be proactive and work to their own initiative, working as part of a large team. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced Project or Senior Quantity Surveyor to develop within a well-established high calibre contractor.
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Date Posted: 15/03/2019
Ends on: 26/04/2019
Location: Manchester, UK
Employment Type: permanent, full time 35-40 hours
Salary: GBP £55000
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