Project Quantity Surveyor

Rate: Depending on Experience

Industry: Nuclear

Job Type: Contract

Location: North West

Reference: 27735-sb

Expiration date: 20 October 2017

An assignment is available for an experienced Project Quantity Surveyor to assist on a large nuclear project using NEC3 contracts.


Roles and Responsibilities:

  • To manage all aspects of the contractual and financial side of our projects

Key responsibilities as a Project Quantity Surveyor

  • Utilise Client’s best practice tools and processes to support project delivery in Quantity Surveying
  • Manage projects through the entire project lifecycle
  • Prepare cost plans and tender documentation using various forms of measurement and contracts
  • Be proficient in measurement for Schedule of Works and Bills of Quantities production
  • Prepare and agree interim valuations with contractors and issue recommendations for payment
  • Pricing variations throughout the duration of the contract and provide cost advice
  • Attend site meetings, and provide input and support to the project
  • Price and prepare monthly financial cost reports and cash flow forecasts throughout the period of a contract
  • Agree re-measurement of quantities with contractors, and prepare and agree final accounts and claims. Prepare final accounts for clients
  • Preparation and analysis of statistical cost information to monitor trends in the nuclear Industry and assisting with cost planning future projects
  • Administer and provide advice on contracts, typically the NEC forms of contract
  • Provide assistance to other disciplines within the company as part of a multi-disciplinary team


  • Position of the Project Quantity Surveyor within the organisation:
  • Reporting to the Planning Manager
  • Interacting with senior stakeholder and client contacts
  • Working with a multi-disciplined project team

Person Specification:

  • Degree in Quantity Surveying
  • Professional Qualification: RICS Qualified MRICS Chartered Quantity Surveyor or equivalent
  • Working knowledge of NEC
  • Post contract knowledge and experience
  • Main contractor environment experience
  • Good general commercial awareness
  • Able to act on own initiative as well as part of a team


Essential Experience : 

  • Proven experience as a Project Quantity Surveyor working on a highly regulated project using NEC3 contracts. (Direct nuclear experience is advantageous)
  • Must be able to attain SC clearance (current clearance at this level or above is highly advantageous).