Quantity Surveyor (Civils)

Contact James Hickey
  • Salary: €45,000 - €52,000
  • Location: IrelandMunsterLimerick
  • Sector: Civils & Utilities
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We’re working with an industry-leading Civils & Utilities Contractor their search for an Quantity Surveyor in Limerick. They are a fast-growing, ambitious, firm who are well-established as a major player in the Irish & UK market.

Why apply with Sonas ?

  • Experts in Civils & Utilities Recruitment
  • One point of contact – We can manage all your applications, interviews and negotiations
  • We will get your CV seen by the right hiring managers

Responsibilities

  • Day to Day commercial management of sub contract packages
  • Creation and monitoring of procurement schedule
  • Ensure supplier agreement and sub-contractors are managed in accordance with company policies
  • Preparation of interim applications for payments
  • Measurement / Take off for Cost Estimates, BOQ production and Quant checks
  • Compiling and sending out tender enquiries to subcontractors and suppliers
  • On-Site valuations and progress reports
  • Monthly cost/value reports and management accounts
  • Identify and investigate losses
  • Timely drafting commercial/contractual correspondence
  • Negotiating subcontract and suppliers’ prices and terms and final accounts
  • Negotiate variations with client and subcontractors
  • Manage Tender Vs Construction Cost analysis
  • Liaising with the client and sub-contractors (attending site meetings when required)
Requirements
  • Qualification in Quantity Surveying or related discipline
  • 2+ years’ experience with a Civils Contractor
  • Ability to build strong working relationships
  • Excellent Analytical and problem-solving skills
  • High level of accuracy and attention to detail

To apply please email your CV to james.hickey@sonastechnical.com

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