Position: Senior Quantity Surveyor Location - Within 1 hour commute of Glasgow
Salary and benefits - Competitive salary plus company matched pension and two share options, plus numerous retails rewards and up to 10% off new Kier homes
Kier Buildings Scotland are looking to recruit a Senior Quantity Surveyor, who will report to the Commercial Manager. The successful post-holders prime function is to increase value, reduce cost, drive profit and manage risk in a safe and ethical manner of the contract(s) they are working on. The team and the region: The Glasgow team have completed some outstanding projects to date and have a full order book moving forwards to continue this performance. This friendly and family felt office has a professional and dedicated team, coupled with the performance of Kier Buildings highlights this as a great opportunity.
Line management and integration of new team members where appropriate
Ensure cash flow is maximised including ensuring payments are received on time
Provide commercial input including financial and contractual performance forecasts to the management team. Help ensure that business targets and KPI's are exceeded
Preparation of monthly cost / value reports for area, together with review of results and consideration of trends with other contract team members
Production of commercial reports together with review of results and consideration of trends with other contract team members
Physical measurement of works and agreement of same with client and subcontractors
Agreement of certification and payment of subcontractor accounts - monitoring of such accounts against forecasts
Implementation and compliance with the contract change control procedure and monitoring thereof including notices to client as appropriate
Commercial and contractual advice to area team as and when required
Managing sub-contractors including sending out enquiries, collating prices, comparing with tender, negotiation, order placement, agreement of account and payment
Carry out any other duties not identified above and as required by their manager
To assess, review and mitigate commercial and contractual risks and implement Kier Group's policies for risk management.
Key Skills and Qualifications:
Educated to Degree level, or equivalent experience
Experience within a similar role
Confident IT skills, proficient in the use of MS Office in particular Excel
Excellent Communication skills both written and verbally
Must be an excellent organiser with proven time management skills
Must be flexible in hours of work and travel
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