Assistant Quantity Surveyor
Assistant Quantity Surveyor
Your new company
A leading national house builder based in Cheshire are looking for an Assistant/Intermediate Quantity Surveyor to join their established team. This business have an industry leading training and progression plan for junior members of their team, and the Commercial Manager is flexible in terms of the level of experience they are looking to recruit within their team. This role would suit candidates completing their degree on day release, or graduates with several years experience.
Your new role
Dependant on your experience you will be involved/take a lead on the following. Maintain a record of current Build Cost/Rates and liaise with the Company Estimator to ensure all records are current. Attend specification meetings to confirm site specific specification requirements from Sales and the latest applicable
Build Regulations. Receive tenders and qualify. Compile analysis sheet for each trade comparing tender levels with CV1/CV2 estimates and latest management plan. Place and issue sub-contract orders in accordance with Group Policy and Commercial Best Practice to budget and within programme requirements. Attend and minute all sub-contract order adjudication meetings. Liaise with Build Department on sub-contractors' performance and compliance with order conditions. Attend and project team meetings as required, complete sub-contract orders to accord with site programmed build requirements. Liaise with Company Management and provide all necessary forecast and site budget information to meet the business's reporting requirements. Control and report post contract cost movements per development every month, and review monthly Site Overhead expenditure with the Area Build Managers. Manage site project administration, including orders, variations, valuations, etc. Assist in the regular review of materials on-site and material valuations. Agree and process all Sales Variation requests, including works to show homes, stock plots and sales incentive works. Complete and agree sub-contract final accounts within 6 months of the last legal completion on-site and prior to the first release of retention to the individual sub-contractors.
What you'll need to succeed
You have graduated with your degree or are currently completing your Quantity Surveying degree on day release. You ideally will have some industry experience however this is not essential.
What you'll get in return
You will receive an industry leading salary which is negotiable based on experience and your current package. Plus car/car allowance, bonus, pension, healthcare and 25 days holiday plus bank holidays.
What you need to do now
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