Quantity Surveyor

Ref No. EMP454407
Location Gloucester, England
Job type Permanent
Job Status Closed
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Introduction

A large global consultancy is looking for a Quantity Surveyor to join their team working on Nuclear projects in Gloucester

Important

Previous relevant experience

The Job

Key Responsibilities & Outcomes

  • Works closely with the CTO and Supply chain in developing the appropriate commercial / contractual strategies
  • Carries out assessments of overall commercial and contractual health and supplier resourcing capability for the EDF Energy Generation projects portfolio
  • Delivery of the procurement of consultant, supply chain and contracting services relating to the EDF Energy Generation portfolio
  • Liaising with EDF Energy Generation Supply Chain to ensure that corporate Supply Chain strategy, policy and procedures are implemented by projects
  • Supporting the Project Manager in the process of challenge / validation of estimates and development of the business cases for various project "gateway" sanctions
  • Ensure effective project governance procedures are in place, in particular record keeping, contract administration/correspondence and change management and is responsible to the Project Manager/ Project Portfolio Manager for the effective management of the contract obligations/timescales/ processes
  • Processes, reviews and recommends valuations for projects including verifying man hour returns, site costs, etc
  • Carrying out audits (as required) on suppliers
  • Advise on commercial correspondence with particular regard to correspondence concerning valuations/estimations of projects within the regional portfolio
  • Attending commercial meetings (as required) and providing input on contractual / commercial issues
  • Producing monthly reports to the Project Manager on project costs (incorporating a measure of cost from outset)
  • Final account closeout
  • Assessment of any applicable contractual incentive mechanisms

Qualifications

You must be diligent, accurate and be proactive team player with a capacity to interface at all levels. Should be able to work to tight deadlines in a highly regulated environment.

The ideal Quantity Surveyor would also have significant experience in a Quantity Surveying Environment, Relevant commercial and procurement experience within a Multi Discipline construction organisation and Experienced in major client and contracting organisations in appropriate industry sectors.

Knowledge

  • Working knowledge of relevant Health and Safety legislation and current CDM Regulations
  • Note: directed reading of INV/GN/009, BEG/SPEC/SHE/COP/008 and BEG/TRNG/SWB/603/0055/01 will be required to gain an insight into the application of CDM Regulations within the business

Skills

  • Proven project and commercial management success
  • An analytical bias with the ability to provide solutions to issues
  • Well versed in modern commercial management techniques within complex, multi-functional organisations/ project environments
  • Understanding of commercial, contractual and financial project drivers
  • Understanding of commercial contracting strategies within an engineering environment
  • Exhibits a strong awareness of the level of interaction required with the project team function to support the successful delivery of projects
  • Good working contractual/legal knowledge
  • An understanding of delivery techniques in regulated markets

Qualifications

  • Minimum of HNC/HND in an Engineering discipline or equivalent
  • Professional membership of an appropriate professional body (e.g. RICS)
  • MACostE desirable

Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.

Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application.

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