Senior Quantity Surveyor

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  • Salary: €70,000 to €85,000
  • Location: IrelandMunsterCork
  • Sector: Construction
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We currently have an excellent opportunity for an experienced Senior Quantity Surveyor with a leading cost consultancy. This position can be based in Cork and the successful candidate will assume commercial responsibility for both commercial and public sector projects throughout Ireland. This is a full time, permanent role, with an excellent package on offer for the right individual and will be great opportunity to grow out and lead the Cost Consulting part of the business.

Responsibilities:

  • Working on Commercial fit-out and shell & core
  • Analyse cost reports and regularly review with senior management 
  • Conduct budget preparation including detailed cost modeling and benchmarking analysis, and reviews with senior management 
  • Manage project costs against budget throughout your project, including cost reviews, value engineering, and cost saving initiatives to increase client value 
  • Monitor the financial close-out on all projects including settlement of all vendors 
  • Oversee and provide guidance on commercial change management and change evaluation efforts 
  • Oversee the RFPs through to procurement for project services and products 
  • Proactively lead all commercial risk management efforts 
  • Review analytics for project portfolio cash flow and earned value analysis 

Requirements:

  • Degree educated in Quantity Surveying or Construction Management
  • Minimum of 7+ years in the civil engineering sector
  • Strong commercial management ability
  • Experience in multiple forms of contract
  • Good communication and project management skills

Salary €70,000 to €85,000 D.O.E.

To apply please send your CV to cian.conry@sonastechnical.com

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