Quantity Surveyor - Tunnels
To support requirements of the SCS Area Central tunnels’ commercial team, due to increase in workload and capacity of existing team as works progress towards onsite set up and commencement of works at both ARLT and OOC SCL, current team capacity is constrained to discharge duties effectively and requirements will progressively increase
The role of Quantity Surveyor is responsible for providing accurate and value generating input to projects.
The role ensures that all commercial aspects are carried out in accordance with the contract, company
policies and procedures, and to the satisfaction of the customer and/or contract leader. This role may work
independently or under the direction of a more senior Quantity Surveyor. The QS will be able to
demonstrate the ability to function as a member of an integrated team.
· Inputting to the efficient and effective management and issuing of accurate, timely and compliant
notices and correspondence
· Preparation or assessment of applications, valuations, cost/value reconciliation.
· Cost control and forecasting. Prepare and provide input to monthly reports: value, cost, profit/loss,
cash flow and budget.
· Preparation and agreement of applications for payment or the assessment & preparation of
· Assisting with Risk and Value Management to optimise solution. Monitor and regularly review with
the project team. Identifying, analysing and developing responses to commercial risks.
· Contract Management, including all relevant contractual forms, methods of budgetary control and
relevant software applications.
· Prepare supply chain enquiries, negotiate, administer and finalise / close out supply chain contracts.
· Ensure all notifications/documents are managed in accordance with the contract, and customer /
· Ongoing liaison with site team, subcontractors and Customers’ representatives
· Undertake record-keeping including but not limited to collating site records, the preparation of
meeting packs, meeting invites and taking meeting minutes
· Provide contractual advice to the project / site team as and when appropriate.
· Maintaining awareness of the different construction contracts in current use
· Understanding the implications of health and safety regulations.
· Ensure all health, safety and environmental risk situations are brought to the attention of Contract Leader / Project Manager · Understand the Client and Joint Venture Partners' Environment and Sustainability Policies, Processes and statutory requirements as they affect the company's operations and ensure that the requirements, as applicable within their discipline, are implemented on the project
The Ideal Candidate
Required qualifications, skills, behaviours and attributes
· Demonstrable financial and commercial acumen
· Excellent organisational and communication skills
· Practical approach, logical thought process and a methodical way of working
· A creative and innovative approach to problem-solving
· Experience of setting up and/or operating office management systems including filing systems and document control and distribution
· Experience of technical minute taking at contractual meetings and able to demonstrate the ability to collate information and prepare reports
· Experience of drafting contractual correspondence on behalf of the Project Manager and preparation of payment certificates and interim financial reports
· Experience of contributing to procurement and contract strategies
· Negotiating and team-working skills and the ability to motivate and lead
· Strong analytical skills
· Demonstrable legal, contractual and construction knowledge
· Confidence and ability to assert influence
· Holds an RICS/CICES accredited degree or enrolled on an accredited part-time post-graduate degree with at least three years of relevant experience
· Full Membership of the RICS or CICES desirable, or enrolled on the approved training scheme for membership