8 months ago
Quantity Surveyor; 12 months Contract; Warrington; Rate c£45.0/hour (umbrella)
KEY Skills: Quantity Surveyor, SC Clearance, NEC Contract
Our client is seeking a Quantity Surveyor/Contracts Administrator to support on the recovery of entitlement for Defined Costs through the Application for Payment process and to minimise risk.
You will be required to develop an in-depth knowledge of the Conditions of Contract in order to maximise recovery and initiate systems in order to protect the Contractor from Disallowed Costs.
Additional duties will include:
• Responsibility for Overtime Administration.
• Management of overtime approvals to minimise deductions.
• Validation of partner rate calculations for new workers.
• Provision of assistance on Application for Payment.
• Provide defence for disallowed costs raised by the Project Manager.
• Review of costs incurred and allocate to recoverable and non-recoverable.
• Liaison between JV and Partner companies on financial audits.
• Providing assistance with interim final accounts following audit.
• Providing assistance with resolving queries and corrections arising from application.
• Providing assistance with KPI [data collection & calculation] analysis and action plan.
• Provision of other commercial and contractual activities as determined from time to time
You will have a min of 5 years’ experience gained preferably in the construction industry working with NEC3 Option E Cost Reimbursable. In addition, you will per preferably have EPC Contract experience. You will be fully conversant with Microsoft word and Excel.
Note: due to the nature of the project security clearance is required for this role.
To discuss this vacancy please contact: James Walker
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