|Job Ref:||204563625||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Construction||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||London||City:||North London||Address:||Post Code:||N1||Salary:||£60000 - £65000/annum car + package||Post Date:||18/10/2016 15:59|
MANAGING QUANTITY SURVEYOR - NORTH LONDON|
£60,000-£65,000 + PACKAGE
My client, a leading contractor within the highways division are searching for a MQS to join their expanding business in North London.
Support the Commercial Manager/Director in developing and implementing the OU Commercial strategy and Group policies on his/her projects.
Assist with developing of, implementation and adherence to Project commercial strategy.
Ensure that clear and accurate budgets are done at tender award and then monthly for his/her projects.
Recruitment, set-up and day to day management and development of the commercial team on his/her projects.
Procurement of works to meet programme and ideally tender.
Preparation of sub-contract documents for tendering.
Management of client and subcontractor accounts.
Weekly review and analysis of programme, progress and cost monitoring.
Change control management.
Risk & opportunity management.
Financial monitoring and reporting and liaising with the project team.
Detailed commercial analysis of various outputs.
Commercial support on tenders.
Will have line management responsibility for Assistant/Graduate Quantity Surveyors, Quantity Surveyors and Senior Quantity Surveyors.
Internal - Commercial and operations team, Commercial Manager/Director and Head Office staff.
External - client and supply chain.
Minimum of 7 years of commercial experience within the construction industry and at least 2years with line management responsibility.
Ideally chartered status but as a minimum a degree/HND in Quantity Surveying or equivalent
Relevant CSCS card.
Knowledge and Experience
Good command and communication of oral and written English
Skilled negotiator and communicator.
Good people/management/organisational skills.
Extensive experience of delivering contracts administering and using a range of construction industry suite of contracts.
Good understanding and use of Group policies and reporting requirements.
IT proficient, particularly in MS Office.
As a People Leader/Area Leader, you typically achieve results through defining, assigning and delivering work and team objectives by managing other people. These could be your direct reports, or be part of projects/areas that you work on.
Building effective teams
Key Performance Indicators
Project commercial strategy in place and understood by project team.
Set-up and management of commercial resource.
Monthly reporting detail, accuracy and understanding of variances
Tender margin ideally delivered/exceeded
Procurement to programme and ideally within budget
Carry out PDRs and develop commercial staff
Compilation and submission of reports to senior management
If you feel you could be suitable for this role, please email your CV to (url removed), if you require any further information please don't hesitate to call Charlotte Penrose on (Apply online only)