Quantity Surveyor (NHS Refurbishments/Planned Works)

Quantity Surveyor (NHS Refurbishments/Planned Works)
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Quantity Surveyor                                                                     

We are a dynamic, award winning property maintenance, refurbishment and new build specialist with 750 colleagues across 26 locations combining local knowledge with the strength that having a national footprint brings. We are a socially and environmentally responsible family run business with a proud 124-year heritage, delivering a range of bespoke services and solutions to a wide variety of clients.  

A commercial
opportunity has arisen to be part of our team, we are seeking an enthusiastic,
Quantity Surveyor  to continue to facilitate the
successful running of works from the Warrington office.

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  • Salary
  • Company
    Car/Car Allowance
  • Pension
  • 24
    Days Hols & BH

<p style='
text-align:justify’>Summary  Quantity Surveyor

<p style='
text-align:justify’>The role is to obtain and evaluate information to
ensure a realistic cost for the supply of works, goods, materials and services
for designated refurbishment/maintenance projects/contracts. Whilst liaising
with Contractors, Suppliers and Clients to ensure information, costs,
profitability and value meet the requirements of designated project/ contracts.

<p style='
text-align:justify’>Managing several larger scale projects and supporting Quantity Surveyors in the team on general maintenance and refurbishment works,  in particular, NHS Hospital/Education refurbishment and planned works maintenance. 

<p style='
text-align:justify’>We require a good all-round Quantity Surveyor with sector specific experience.

Site working/visits in and around Manchester/Warrington 

<p style='
text-align:justify’>Key Responsibilities – Quantity Surveyor

  • Assist
    in the preparation, processing and selection of estimates, bids and
    tenders to demanding timescales.
  • Assist
    in the development of the procurement programme.
  • Prepare
    and monitor cash flow forecast for designated projects.
  • Prepare
    and submit monthly applications for payment to the Client/Client’s
  • Prepare
    monthly valuation reports for Novus Property Solutions Ltd Senior
  • Submit
    invoices for certified value and ensure payments are received on time.
  • Value
    and authorise payments to sub-contractors.
  • Liaise
    with Contract Managers to establish the project specification and
  • Attend
    and contribute to meetings with work colleagues and or Clients/Customers
    when necessary, building relationships and demonstrating excellent
    communication skills.
  • Monitor
    the contract progress, assess and report any changes that may affect
    project costs and or time scale.
  • Assist
    in the control of individual contract budgets.

<p style='
text-align:justify’>Key skills and Qualifications

  • Holds
    the relevant qualifications
  • Must be an experienced
    Construction Quantity Surveyor
  • Essential to have worked with the public sector in particular within the NHS
  • Planned works maintenance experience
  • Confident IT skills,
    proficient in the use of MS Office
  • Must be flexible in hours of
    work and travel and hold a Full UK Driving Licence

Applications are welcomed from all as we are an Equal Opportunities Employer. We are a socially and environmentally responsible national building and maintenance company.

Please note that we do not require recruitment agency support with this role and speculative CVs will be treated as a direct application.


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