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Location: England, County Durham, Durham

Senior Quantity Surveyor

England, County Durham, Durham

Job Description

My client, a highly reputable Utilities company, recognised for the design, build and maintaining of the UK's clean and wastewater infrastructure, are actively recruiting for a Senior Quantity Surveyor. This is a hybrid position, with homeworking and working from their office in Durham.
The projects will encompass a wide range from high-volume capital works to strategic initiatives of significant value, complexity, and interest. Additionally, there will be opportunities to provide services in the Non-Infrastructure design and build sector throughout the framework term.

They are on the hunt for:

  • Candidates with a strong commercial background within the civil/utilities sector (water sector preferable but not essential)
  • Experience in NEC3 or 4 Contracts with target cost, fixed price, and/or cost reimbursable mechanisms.
  • Experience in framework and contract mechanisms
  • Experience in Infrastructure and Non Infrastructure
  • Experience in working in a multi-disciplinary environment
  • Experience in the preparation of interim and final accounts
  • Clean driving licence

* Support the Commercial Team to ensure compliance with systems, processes, and procedures on Contracts.
* Work within strict deadlines required under the Contract(s)
* Financial monitoring and reporting of Contracts assigned.
* Assisting and establishing suitable construction contracts with clients to suit procurement needs.
* Preparation of accurate financial statements in respect of Contracts assigned.
* Ensuring proper administration of the Contract requirements including all variations (changes) to the works.
* Commercial completion of the Contracts including maintaining contemporary records for use in supporting claims, extensions of time, and evaluation of variations.
* Manage the appointment and ongoing management of subcontractors including payment applications, final accounts etc.
* Ensure prompt submission of invoices and/or applications of payment to clients.
* Assist Business Development in producing information for PQQ's and Tenders.
* Develop the Commercial and Operations Team through training and mentoring.
* Responsible for Commercial Staff under direct control in respect of timekeeping, technical training, development, resourcing, performance reviews.

In return you will be offered:

  • Full training and continuous development to help you reach your potential.
  • A competitive salary that is based on proven skills and experience. Hard work is celebrated and rewarded
  • Min. 25 days holiday plus statutory holidays (option to buy more)
  • Company car or car allowance
  • Company pension scheme
  • Life assurance
  • A selection of lifestyle benefit options
  • Financial wellbeing programme
  • Employee assistance program for health and wellbeing and onsite mental health first aiders to support our colleagues
  • Volunteering days in your community and charity matched giving where we will boost your fundraising.

Rullion celebrates and supports diversity and is committed to ensuring equal opportunities for both employees and applicants.

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