I'm currently recruiting for a freelance Senior Quantity Surveyor to work on HS2 on a 12 month contract in Southam.
The Senior Quantity Surveyor will need to carry out tasks independently (and at times involve this will involve leading a small group of commercial staff) and will involve carrying out both periodical duties and one-off tasks in accordance with deadlines as directed by the senior Commercial team. You will need to prepare and agree variation accounts - main contract and sub-contracts. We would also need you to monitor cost against targets and contract progress against accepted programmes and work plans in conjunction with other team disciplines.
We expect you to provide input into change control procedures for EOT, delays and performance adjustment. Another key part of the role is to prepare and agree interim valuations, final valuations, final accounts and sub-contract final accounts. You'll also need to prepare and issue certification and payment of sub-contractors. It's essential that you provide contractual advice to management (ensure compliance with contract and legal administration obligations e.g. Timely issue of relevant notices).
You must negotiate and progress the resolution of any disputes. We will need you to identify potential commercial risks and evaluate options for their control and management.
- Qualified with a Quantity Surveying degree or similar.
- Enrolled in, or seeking membership of, a relevant professional institution (CICES, RICS or similar).
- Successful experience at Quantity Surveyor level, displaying skill in delivering a positive commercial outcome for the projects with which you have been associated.
- The ability to listen, learn and take on board new concepts and carry out actions, whilst mentoring junior team members.
If interested please apply now with your updated CV or call Hannah on 0121-212-7790.
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