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Senior Quantity Surveyor

Role

An opportunity is available for a Senior Quantity Surveyor to support the project, based in Warrington

Roles and Responsibilities:

  • The Senior Quantity Surveyor shall lead the following aspects of a contract and be able to do so for projects that operate on a lump sum or target basis and that are subject to reasonable levels of change from aspects such as design or delay & disruption:
  • Contract cash flow
  • Contract change management
  • Establishing subcontracts and subcontractor management
  • Cost control and earned value management
  • Project Commercial Reporting including accurate forecasting
  • The Senior Quantity Surveyor must be able to play a significant role in:
  • Interviewing, selecting and managing other commercial project resources for projects or across project portfolio’s where required
  • Negotiations with clients to secure our contractual entitlements
  • Negotiations with subcontractors to defend spurious or exaggerated subcontract change claims
  • Establishing and actively managing the project budgets with the Project Manager
  • Managing the contract risks with the Project Manager
  • Establishing and managing the implementation of the procurement strategy for the contract
  • Outside of a project, the Senior Quantity Surveyor shall contribute to the improvements and initiatives set out in Commercial Services e6 plan.
  • Ideally you will have the following skills, experience and attributes

Essential:

  • Degree qualified in Quantity Surveying or a commercial related subject (candidates with significant appropriate experience may be considered)
  • Candidate has demonstrable experience in all aspects of the above Key Accountabilities section.
  • Candidates must be eligible for SC clearance. Clearance will be sponsored by the Company.
  • Good knowledge and experience of ‘construction / engineering’ contracts particularly NEC
  • Flexibility to travel to other UK offices and sites on occasion as necessary
  • PC literate in Microsoft Office Suite particularly Excel
  • Articulate with excellent written communication

Desirable:

  • Member of, or working towards membership of an appropriate professional institution
  • Experience gained within a large contracting organisation
  • General understanding of nuclear process plant and equipment would be beneficial
  • Full UK driving license

Millbank are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons.

Millbank operates as an Employment Agency and Business.

Job Details

Reference
30569EJ
Sector
Nuclear
Job Type
Contract
Location
North West
Salary/Rate
Dependent on experience