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    • orpington, london
    • permanent
    • £65,000 - £70,000, per year, + Car Allowance & Package
    • randstad cpe
    Job Title: Senior Quantity SurveyorDepartment: CommercialSalary: £65000 - £70,000 + packageLocation: MaidstoneResponsible to: Commercial Director/Associate Commercial Director/ManagingQuantity Surveyor______________________________________________________________________________Purpose of the RoleAs a Senior Quantity Surveyor working within my clients wider Commercial, Estimating and Buying team youwill deliver a range of cost control and financial reporting duties covering all aspects ofconstruction work undertaken by the Company. You must have experience working directly for a residential developer. What skills and experience are essential to do this job?* Experience in quantity surveying and be knowledgeable in all areas of construction techniquesand mixed-tenure schemes* You will possess a high level of mathematical ability and problem-solving skills, with amethodical and logical approach to your work; a proficient use of Microsoft Excel is essentialfor the roleWhat do I need to achieve and deliver to be effective in this job?* Working closely with other departments, including Land, Development and Construction, youwill attend design meetings to advise on all areas that may have a cost implication* Attend development meetings when appropriate, contract pre-start and subcontract packagereview meetings* Upon receipt of Contract Documentation, you will be responsible for checking all contractdrawings to identify errors, omissions, anomalies and areas where unnecessary cost may arise* Receive initial tender information and assist in the preparation of the proposed tender lists andupdating of subsequent procurement programmes* Distribute design information packages and tender drawings, whilst preparing all tenderdocumentation and letters including carrying out preliminary checks on subcontractors* Preparing construction cost analysis, which includes analysis of quotations resulting from thetender enquiry, requesting additional and outstanding information as required* Assess site staffing levels and build programmes with the Construction Director to ascertainpreliminary costs, including collating all cost information and preparing the start on site budget* Arrange and adjudicate budget settlement meetings, with the support of the wider Commercialteam* Prepare stage payment schedules to assist in the financing of the works* Carry out pre-order meetings including all necessary Health & Safety requirements, finalising atender sum and agreeing a stage payment schedule for payment purposes before preparing allcontract documentation and placing the order* Place subcontractor orders, including interviews and checking references on selectedsubcontractors. You will then negotiate the contract sum within the budget, including finalisingcosts to cover all late variations* Issue variation orders and development changes alongside providing cost advice on majorvariations prior to issue. You will issue revised contract drawings to subcontractors; negotiatingthe cost of variations including liaising between Buyers and Build Managers. You will provide afull range of pricing information for purchaser's extras* Check all costs posted to each contract, collate and reconcile all costs resulting fromsubcontract works, variation orders, site instructions, material order and preliminary / runningcosts. This will include providing monthly analysis of costs and identify possible areas of overexpenditure at future dates* Check and arrange subcontractor payments, obtaining necessary authorisation for passingpayments for all elements of subcontractor works. You will agree final accounts withsubcontractors, ensuring all works have been carried out within budget and analysing costs toassist on future estimates* Take responsibility for the preparation of documents for the basis of external valuation with theclient's agent (CSA, Stage payment schedule, Tick offs)* Keep the RAMS schedule updated and issued to all relevant parties* Liaise with the Customer Service department on post-completion defects, providing cost advicewhere necessary* Attend site meetings, project team meetings, subcontractor meetings and surveying meetingsas required* You will have a thorough understanding of Surveying and Estimating, with a specific and in-depth knowledge of preparing realistic construction budgets* You will have a good understanding of strategic objectives and targeting financial return, withthe ability to understand and manipulate complex financial modelsIf this vacancy is of interest please email your CVRandstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.
    Job Title: Senior Quantity SurveyorDepartment: CommercialSalary: £65000 - £70,000 + packageLocation: MaidstoneResponsible to: Commercial Director/Associate Commercial Director/ManagingQuantity Surveyor______________________________________________________________________________Purpose of the RoleAs a Senior Quantity Surveyor working within my clients wider Commercial, Estimating and Buying team youwill deliver a range of cost control and financial reporting duties covering all aspects ofconstruction work undertaken by the Company. You must have experience working directly for a residential developer. What skills and experience are essential to do this job?* Experience in quantity surveying and be knowledgeable in all areas of construction techniquesand mixed-tenure schemes* You will possess a high level of mathematical ability and problem-solving skills, with amethodical and logical approach to your work; a proficient use of Microsoft Excel is essentialfor the roleWhat do I need to achieve and deliver to be effective in this job?* Working closely with other departments, including Land, Development and Construction, youwill attend design meetings to advise on all areas that may have a cost implication* Attend development meetings when appropriate, contract pre-start and subcontract packagereview meetings* Upon receipt of Contract Documentation, you will be responsible for checking all contractdrawings to identify errors, omissions, anomalies and areas where unnecessary cost may arise* Receive initial tender information and assist in the preparation of the proposed tender lists andupdating of subsequent procurement programmes* Distribute design information packages and tender drawings, whilst preparing all tenderdocumentation and letters including carrying out preliminary checks on subcontractors* Preparing construction cost analysis, which includes analysis of quotations resulting from thetender enquiry, requesting additional and outstanding information as required* Assess site staffing levels and build programmes with the Construction Director to ascertainpreliminary costs, including collating all cost information and preparing the start on site budget* Arrange and adjudicate budget settlement meetings, with the support of the wider Commercialteam* Prepare stage payment schedules to assist in the financing of the works* Carry out pre-order meetings including all necessary Health & Safety requirements, finalising atender sum and agreeing a stage payment schedule for payment purposes before preparing allcontract documentation and placing the order* Place subcontractor orders, including interviews and checking references on selectedsubcontractors. You will then negotiate the contract sum within the budget, including finalisingcosts to cover all late variations* Issue variation orders and development changes alongside providing cost advice on majorvariations prior to issue. You will issue revised contract drawings to subcontractors; negotiatingthe cost of variations including liaising between Buyers and Build Managers. You will provide afull range of pricing information for purchaser's extras* Check all costs posted to each contract, collate and reconcile all costs resulting fromsubcontract works, variation orders, site instructions, material order and preliminary / runningcosts. This will include providing monthly analysis of costs and identify possible areas of overexpenditure at future dates* Check and arrange subcontractor payments, obtaining necessary authorisation for passingpayments for all elements of subcontractor works. You will agree final accounts withsubcontractors, ensuring all works have been carried out within budget and analysing costs toassist on future estimates* Take responsibility for the preparation of documents for the basis of external valuation with theclient's agent (CSA, Stage payment schedule, Tick offs)* Keep the RAMS schedule updated and issued to all relevant parties* Liaise with the Customer Service department on post-completion defects, providing cost advicewhere necessary* Attend site meetings, project team meetings, subcontractor meetings and surveying meetingsas required* You will have a thorough understanding of Surveying and Estimating, with a specific and in-depth knowledge of preparing realistic construction budgets* You will have a good understanding of strategic objectives and targeting financial return, withthe ability to understand and manipulate complex financial modelsIf this vacancy is of interest please email your CVRandstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.

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