|Job Ref:||204649695||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Construction||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||City:||Newcastle upon Tyne||Address:||Post Code:||NE2||Salary:||£20000 - £25000/annum plus benefits||Post Date:||09/10/2016 03:04|
As a Graduate Quantity Surveyor you will joining an experienced team who delivering exciting projects in the North East of England. |
You will be working across multiple projects including housing, healthcare, commercial, utilities and education. All varying in value giving you a complete variety of experience. You will be assisting with managing costs from the initial feasibility cost options through to the final accounts. You will be assisting with the costs of a project and enhancing value for money for the client where possible, whilst maintaining the required standards and quality.
You will be assisting with the preparation of tender and contract documents with the client:
• Assisting with feasibility studies
• Assisting with risk and value management and cost control
• Assisting on procurement strategy
• Shadowing senior surveyors who are identifying, analysing and developing responses to commercial risks
• Supporting the Senior Quantity Surveyor with preparing and analysing costings for tenders
• Analysing outcomes and writing detailed progress reports
• Valuing completed work and arranging payments
• Maintaining awareness of the different building contracts in current use
• Understanding the implications of health and safety regulations
The client is looking for someone with a degree in Quantity Surveying with some practical experience if possible on JCT or NEC3 type contracts although this is not essential.
This client can offer the incumbent an exciting career path, with projects across multiple sectors, the opportunity to work with BIM on their projects, management responsibility, a competitive salary, bonuses, progression and relocation prospects.
The offices have a vibrant, team focused atmosphere. They are a fairly young team from the senior management through to the graduates who work well together, sharing information and embracing best practice