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I am looking for a Quantity Surveyor to work for a leading cost consultancy in Central London. There are various roles on multiple projects within infrastructure.
- Writing procurement reports.
- Estimating and cost planning to produce and present a final cost plan.
- Tendering and procuring, including managing the pre-qualification stage, creating the tender list, laying the preliminaries together, tender analysis, constructing the tender report and compiling the contractual documents.
- Dealing efficiently with post contract cost adjustments and the change control processes, where appropriate referring major changes to line manager.
- Full responsibility for making cost checks and carrying out valuations on bigger projects and in all cases warranting suitable and precise cost examination and valuation takes place.
- Constructing monthly post contract cost reports and presenting them to the client.
- Inputting into value engineering.
- Negotiating and agreeing final accounts.
- Liaising with the client and other consultants throughout the project.
- Project Controls experience.
- Cost planning management experience
- Earned Value management experience
- RICS or equivalent professional qualification
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