|Job Ref:||204174283||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Construction||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||London||City:||Greater London||Address:||Salary:||£45000 - £60000/annum £45k - £60k + Pkge||Post Date:||24/10/2016 08:53|
Quantity Surveyor - Planned Maintenance Dept. £45k - £60k + Pkge.|
Our client specialises in regeneration, construction and refurbishment within the Public Sector and to other commercial clients. They are a top tier social housing contractor working to the Decent Homes Standard, improving and modernising major housing stock around London and further a field. Along side these core activities they are leaders in Partnering, Design and Construction and M&E Services Installations. They have numerous prestigious awards to their name and their ethos is about respect and building better homes for the future. They have an excellent track record of success and enjoy considerable repeat business with many of their clients.
They are now seeking to appoint a Quantity Surveyor for their Cyclical Decorations and Planned Maintenance Department to take responsibility for commercial activities on dedicated projects throughout the operational region.
• Have proven experience within Cyclical Maintenance /Refurbishment Projects
• Be HNC/Degree qualified
• Able to deliver projects from initial tender through to final account
• Ability to work within a fast paced and pressurised environment
• Excellent communication, negotiation and client facing skills
• Commercially and contractually aware
• Highly motivated and keen to progress
• Stable work history
• Full UK Drivers Licence
This is an excellent opportunity for a highly motivated and ambitious Quantity Surveyor looking for their next move to a company that offers excellent opportunities for career progression.
Salary: £45k - £60k
Car Allowance / Business Mileage
Private medical Cover
26 Days Annual Leave
Please forward a current CV in the first instance.
MSB Recruitment Ltd is an Employment Agency working within the building and civil engineering sector throughout the UK