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Project Quantity Surveyor

Job Title: Project Quantity Surveyor
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Southampton
Salary: £30,000-£35,000
REF: 481/34
Contact Name: Zoe
Contact Email:
Job Published: over 4 years ago

Job Description

Southampton - 481/34

Our client has a fantastic opportunity for a Project Quantity Surveyor who is looking for a rewarding career within a well-established and highly regarded property and construction surveying firm.  RICS and Investor’s in People accredited, they are committed to providing excellent training and development to its people and offers fast track career progression opportunities.  Whether you are a member of the RICS or working towards Chartered status, and will encourage you to continually develop and grow.

If you are looking for job variety and exposure to a range of sectors this is the ideal job for you.  You will be working for Hampshire and Dorset’s key developers and property owners to deliver first-hand experience on some of the Counties award winning projects. You will be supporting senior members of the team in managing projects as well as taking ownership of projects and Clients too. You will be working on high profile / exciting developments for blue-chip Clients within the public or private sectors, including residential, leisure, healthcare and commercial projects.

You will have a proven track record in Quantity Surveying, Employer’s Agent, Contract Administration and Monitoring Surveyor duties with pre and post contract services including budget estimates, cost plans, tender documentation, interim valuations and final account.

Key Requirements

Degree or Post Graduate diploma or Masters, preferably in a construction or property related subject.
A minimum of 3 years’ experience as a Quantity Surveyor in the UK market with the ability to act as Employer’s Agent, Contract Administrator and Project Co-ordinator.
Knowledge of JCT contracts.
Ability to prepare budget estimates and costs plans.
Ability to act on behalf of a funder as an Independent Monitoring Surveyor
Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
Positive approach to team working and the ability to self-manage and prioritise.
Committed to innovation and continuous improvement.
Ability to build and maintain Client relationships.
Literacy, numeracy and ICT skills.

Our Values

Our work is driven by our values and as an individual you will be:

Reliable – Innovative – Responsive – Transparent – Collaborative – Valuable
Rewards and Benefits

Market Competitive Salary.
Annual Salary Reviews.
Bonus Scheme.
23 days leave, rising to 28 with MRICS, plus 1 extra day for each full years’ service up to a maximum of 5 days.
Auto Enrolment Pension Scheme.
Laptop and iPhone for work and personal use.
Company Away Days.
Career Progression Opportunities.
Full support in becoming a Chartered Quantity Surveyor including internal supervisors, a structured training programme, access to CPD and training events, study leave, funded RICS subscription and training fees and on-going training reviews.

If you are looking to work for an ambitious company, this could be just the opportunity.