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Project Quantity Surveyor

Based in London, the Project Quantity Surveyor is responsible to a Project Manager through the project commercial lead for the commercial aspects of a project / section of a larger project.
Understand the impact of commercial and technical changes at strategic level within the customer's business industry / sector

Client Details

We are a specialist civil engineering, construction and facilities management company. Part of a global group, we are known for the innovation, creativity and technological mastery with which we tackle the most complex of projects.


The successful Project Quantity Surveyor is responsible for the following;

Anticipate and plan change in commercial resource within a project to meet changing demands
* Has a high degree of understanding and working knowledge of commercial project start up procedures and is actively involved in the implementation of those procedures
* Procure materials and off site services in an efficient manner with capable organisations in accordance with VINCI procurement policy and procedures and ensure
* Assist in the preparation of the project procurement schedule and ensure the team contribute and complete their relevant sections. Carry out subcontract procurement in accordance with the procurement timetable, in accordance with the VINCI procurement policy
* Prepare the basis of work package contents sheets and ensures the project team contribute and complete their relevant sections. Assist with gap analysis between packages to ensure full and complete subcontract procurement takes place
* Prepare subcontract invitations to tender and evaluate tender returns (time, cost, quality and SHE) and make recommendations to appoint and places subcontracts, all in accordance with the VINCI procurement process
* Work with supply chain to promote and measure continuous improvement in terms of cost, quality and learning of all parties
* Identify, manage, reduce and drive out unnecessary costs and inefficient activities
* Monitor and manage subcontract costs to ensure that the project meets and/or exceeds targets
* Prepare material wastage reconciliations
* Monitor resources and costs to ensure that the project meets and / or exceeds targets, including but not limited to the scheduling of labour resources
* Review plant and equipment schedules to ensure efficiency of use


The successful Project Quantity Surveyor will possess a range of the following;

CSCS: QS Card required
Qualifications: BSc Quantity Surveying desired
Professional Membership: RICS or IOB desired
Relevant Experience: as for job description

Job Offer

Basic Salary of up to £50,000

Car Entitlement

£40000 - £50000 per annum + + Car Entitlement



+44 114 270 3753

Project Quantity Surveyor

London, UK

Published on 8 Oct 2019