Graduate Quantity Surveyor

Location Dungannon
Discipline: Rail , Highways, Construction, Civil Engineering , Design & Engineering
Salary: ££25000.00 - £30000.00 per annum
Contact name: Elliot Barwick

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Job ref: BBBH10614_1667211599
Published: about 1 year ago
Startdate: ASAP


We have an immediate requirement for a Graduate Quantity Surveyor based in the Dungannon, Northern Ireland. This is to join a principal contractor who have recently experienced exponential growth due to an ever increasing order book. They specialise across a multitude of sectors including residential, educational and commercial.

This is a permanent Graduate Quantity Surveyor position offering a starting salary in the region of £25,000 - £35,000 plus a comprehensive benefits package including;

  • A performance related bonus scheme
  • Private Medical Insurance
  • Life Insurance
  • 25 days + stats holiday entitlement

Responsibilities & duties required from you as the Graduate Quantity Surveyor;

  • Manage the subcontractor appointment process.
  • Preparation of tenders, cost estimates and quotations within client deadlines.
  • Preparation of value engineering proposals to reflect Client budgetary requirements.
  • Preparation of cost, value and reconciliation monthly reports on each assigned project.
  • Manage money recovery in accordance with the agreed terms and conditions.
  • Coordinate with Clients, Sub-Contractors, Suppliers to ensure information; costs, profitability and value meet the requirements of each project through to final accounts.
  • Manage sub-contractor's account in strict accordance with their terms and conditions to meet project demands/timeframes.
  • Visits on site to view works completed, quality and management of costs.

Requirements to be successful;

  • Third level degree qualification in Quantity Surveying or a related construction discipline.
  • Up to 3-4 years' experience, ideally in Civil Engineering, Water or Wastewater.
  • Sound estimation skills with negotiation experience of confirming, agreeing and pricing variations.
  • Sound knowledge of construction contracts in particular NEC3/NEC4.