|Job Ref:||204766086||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Construction||Job Type:||Contract||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||London||City:||Central London||Address:||Salary:||£250 - £350/day||Post Date:||11/10/2016 03:24|
Our client, are a multi award winning residential developer whom have 5 developments concurrently within London and the south east. An opportunity has arisen on one of the most prestigious high end residential schemes in London for a Senior Quantity Surveyor. The scheme is considered as a future landmark and will be held in the same regard as the likes of The Shard, Tower Bridge and Tate Modern.
You will need to have at least 4 years experience as a Senior Quantity Surveyor with either a blue chip main contractor or a residential developer on new build projects. The role will involve full management of internal packages including M&E, Dry Lining and Joinery. Management of current Quantity Surveyors may also be required.
The bulk of your experience will be within the construction sector, ideally in high end residential; you will also need experience in managing internal packages in excess of £5m as well as experience managing a small team, but not essential. You will have a good overall knowledge of construction, and be commercially aware. The right person is someone who wants to be a part of a high profile scheme in the heart of London.
For a confidential discussion about your future career please contact Aaron Billett at CSC Recruitment on (Apply online only)
CSC Recruitment are an established recruitment consultancy who takes pride in undertaken both permanent and freelance recruitment in a professional and friendly manner. Focusing predominately in central London and the South East markets, we have long working relationships with blue chip and privately owned main contractors successfully recruiting at all levels of management from Site Manager through to Construction Director and Quantity Surveyor through to Commercial Director.
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