7 months ago
Quantity Surveyor; 5 months Contract; Reading; Rate c£500.0/day (umbrella)
KEY Skills: Quantity Surveyor, DV or SC Clearance, NEC contract
A Quantity Surveyor is required with experience of working on complex construction and fit-out projects for the Defence Nuclear Organisation (DNO) which is undertaking extensive investment in their research and production facilities, science and engineering skills and safety and security infrastructure.
As the Quantity Surveyor on a major project your duties will include:
Assessment of project performance on a monthly basis and assessment of delivery against plan. Identifying any risks, issues and opportunities to highlight to MOD with associated recommendations for action.
Provide review of the delivery against the critical path and float in the schedule including the provision of a written report on the above every month.
Review of NEC contract requirements, legal obligations and assessment of project governance will also be required.
As Quantity Surveyor you will work in an integrated way with the other members of the MOD project team. In addition, you may be asked to support other major projects at AWE.
You will be an experienced Quantity Surveyor ideally educated to degree level and be a member of RICS. You will ideally have experience of working on complex construction and fit-out projects. You will be experienced in production and delivery of estimating and/or costing for delivery solutions in line with contract brief and budget.
Candidates will ideally have valid DV clearance or min SC level Clearance.
To register your interest in this role please contact: James Walker
We are an Equal Opportunities Employer and we positively welcome applications from all candidates regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation.
Wilde Recruitment Ltd operates as both an employment business and agency. If your application is for a position based in the UK or EU, under European Employment Law you MUST be eligible to live and work there.