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Project Quantity Surveyor

Location
Bristol
Job Type
Permanent
Posted
6 Sep 2022
NRL s civil engineering client based in the Bristol area is looking for a Project Quality Surveyor to join them on a permanent staff basis. This will involve working on student accommodation projects. About the role: • Responsible for initiating and leading tasks and processes, taking responsibility and being accountable, where relevant, for the work and roles of others whilst exercising broad autonomy and judgement within broad parameters in their area of responsibility. Specialist learning and involves detailed analysis of a high level of information and knowledge in an area of work or study. Business Leadership • Anticipate and plan change in commercial resource within a project to meet changing demands Start Up of New Projects • 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 Procurement • Procure materials and off site services in an efficient manner with capable organisations in accordance with 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 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 procurement process • Work with supply chain to promote and measure continuous improvement in terms of cost, quality and learning of all parties Applications for Payment and Invoicing • Maximise cash flow through timely preparation of valuations, submission of invoices and receipt of payment • Manage prompt preparation and settlement of final accounts, including variations, claims and disputes • Develop a strategy for concluding client negotiations Cost Control • 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 Accounting and Reporting • Produce accurate and timely CVR reports and forecasts and contributes toward the setting of financial targets • Through understanding of planning and programming and knowledge of financial reporting challenge the rest of the project team(s) to ensure accurate progress reporting • Establish and maintain accurate reporting structures and monitor resources and costs to ensure that projects meet and / or exceed targets Risk and Opportunity Management • Identify project risks and opportunities early and ensure that they are managed, with risk and opportunity registers in use to minimise the risks and realise opportunities Change Control • Ensure that any Change is identified and recorded through participation in regular and detailed review of construction information, measured against the contract requirements • Ensure that all Change is challenged where the performance of the project could be affected • Ensure that the cost (time, and money) of all client Change is recovered • Carry out early value engineering activities as part of the project team, ensuring all associated costs of change are included within the evaluation Programming and Project Controls •Assist and provides advice on programmes regarding the contractual and commercial requirements to mitigate risk, and maximise opportunity Main Contract Administration • Ensure the project team understands the contractual relationships between the various parties and "stakeholders", including the contractual obligations in relation to those interested parties, with particular emphasis to Conditions Precedent • Ensure that all necessary contractual notices are put in place, timely and accurately and in accordance with the contractual obligations Subcontract Administration • Prepare all necessary subcontract notices accurately and on time • Prepare subcontract instructions • Put in place and adhere to subcontract change control procedures • Prepare timely and accurate payments for authorisation • Check daywork sheets and time and material records for accuracy • Manage prompt preparation and settlement of final accounts, including variations, claims and disputes • Re-measurement and provision of quantified schedules of works and / or bills of quantities • Ensure on-site quantification of unfixed materials and quantification of off-site materials where necessary Project Completion • Close out project efficiently Ensure appropriate records and information are kept and archived What you will need? • Previous experience within student accommodation • NEC Experience • Professional Institution Membership- MRICS or working towards it (ideally) • Qualification- Degree in Quantity Surveying / Commercial Management What s in it for you? • Attractive salary & benefits • Company Car/Allowance
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Details

  • Job Reference: 705452335-2
  • Date Posted: 6 September 2022
  • Recruiter: NRL Recruitment
    NRL Recruitment
  • Location: Bristol
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Community & Sport
  • Job Type: Permanent