Position - Quantity Surveyor
Location - Wrexham
Contract - Permanent
Salary - £40,000 - £43,000
Start date - ASAP
A National Contractor with a proven track record delivering New Build and Refurbishment & Fit Out contracts across the UK is looking for a Quantity Surveyor to look after the commercial function on a £5M contract.
Duties and experience to include:
To manage financial and technical aspects of contracts including procurement, invoicing and payment to minimise costs, maximise value and cash flow and meet profit and budgets
To prepare tenders by measuring and calculating rates for estimating
To ensure all work issued has labour targets to return agreed profit performance
To manage the contract accounting and ensure prompt payment, control cost information and prepare CVRs and valuations to monitor contract performance
To develop and maintain relationships with the workforce, customers, subcontractors and suppliers
Measure and prepare cost estimates for contracts and tenders
Manage pricing of tenders to maximise business wins and profitability
Check contract/tender documents and highlight risks
Prepare CVRs for contracts, identifying commercial risks and opportunities to ensure correct contract planning
Procure materials, plant and subcontracts in line with BMS and contract budgets
Ensure productivity targets are agreed and issued before contract start
Liaise with customer to authorise all variations before execution to ensure payment and invoices are unchallenged
Manage billing process to minimise capital usage
Take purchase, credit and debtor responsibility using COINS to achieve excellent cash flow
Analyse and report variance to contract budget weekly
Liaise with Contract Manager on operational requirements and customer, subcontractors and operatives on work and scoping queries
Educated to degree level or equivalent within construction field
Please apply below with CV and contact details.
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