Managing Quantity Surveyor

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Published
April 5, 2024
Category
Job Type
Reference
BSMQS1
Salary
£65000 - £75000 per annum
Start date
2024-03-28
Contact Name
Benjamin Symonds
Contact Email
apply.a4ljw55lutjo@aptrack.co.uk

Description

This is a fantastic opportunity to progress into a Managing Quantity Surveyor. You will be working in the Power and Energy sector, working on Substation projects. My client is a tier 1 market leading company in the sector, being very well established with a very good reputation. This would be a great opportunity to take that next step up in your career and join a company that will provide you with new opportunities moving forward. Ideally, you will have experience in the Power / Energy sector, however my client has indicated they are also very interested in those with experience in other Civils sectors.

On offer for a Managing Quantity Surveyor:
• Up to £70,000
• Company car or car allowance
• Fuel card
• Discretionary annual bonus
• Pension scheme
• Private healthcare
• Life assurance
• 25 days holiday + bank holidays
• Hybrid working

Experience required for a Managing Quantity Surveyor:
• Previous experience as a Quantity Surveyor (ideally Senior Quantity Surveyor)
• Experience in Civils (ideally Power / Energy)
• Degree (or equivalent) in Quantity Surveying
• NEC 3 & 4 experience
• UK drivers license
• Full right to work in the UK (company does not provide sponsorship)

If you are interested in this opportunity as a Managing Quantity Surveyor, apply with your CV using the link below.

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