|Job Ref:||EMP374314||Employer:||Matchtech Group plc.||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||Berkshire||City:||Reading||Address:||Post Code:||RG2||Salary:||Up to £45,000/year||Post Date:||19/10/2016 21:31|
You will be responsible for providing advice on costs involved in building projects - site preparation, construction, labour, material and plant costs, fitting out costs, professional charges, taxes and likely running costs of new buildings. The role will require you to be the key point of contact with our prestigious clients, therefore a high level of communication skills and commercial awareness are essential for being successful in this role. Duties •Evaluate costs and advise on alternative proposals •Provide advice on contract arrangements and conditions under which building will be constructed •Advise architects and engineers on the cost implications of different construction methods, alternative choices of materials and size and quality of the project to ensure that each element is reconciled with the cost plan allowance and the overall project remains within budget •Prepare tendering documents including Bills of Quantities •Manage the costs of projects during the construction stage and negotiate final accounts •Follow Practice procedures concerning quality assurance |
The Cost Management team fully embrace this philosophy by drawing on the vast amount of knowledge, expertise and experience gained from developing partnerships with private and public sector clients and supply chain partners from all around the world, working on over 70 long-term framework agreements.
Based at our offices in Reading - Theale with over 50 employees covering a multitude of different disciplines, you will work on prestigious projects from large industrial and commercial schemes with contract values over £30 million to smaller schemes. You will also work with interesting clients including, large retail companies, motorsport companies, local authorities, Schools/Universities, contractors, developers etc.
Experience and Qualifications:
•Degree qualification (RICS accredited or equivalent)
•Preferably MRICS Chartered
What's in it for you?
Invest heavily in our biggest assets........ people. And as you will find out from day one in your career, you will be handsomely rewarded:
•25 days holiday
•Company car or car allowance
•Pension: Standard 5% Ridge Contribution
•Highly competitive salary