CCUK2027 Quantity Surveyor - Warwickshire
We are currently recruiting a Quantity Surveyor, the successful candidate will work with a dynamic team and have the opportunity to grow their knowledge and experience. Location is site/office based with some hybrid working may be available.
Purpose of role: Supporting commercial function, ensuring all work types follow Coffey governance and processes. Drive efficiencies, reduce actual costs and maximise value.
•Provide accurate and up to date Information to Line Manager
•Ensure contract financial transactions are completed on time and in accordance with contract terms and legislation
•All claims and disputes are resolved in an amicable and timely fashion making sure that subcontractor and supplier payments are expedited.
•Timely submission of Accounts
•Maximisation of sales / variations
•Working closely with Senior Quantity Surveyor / Project Manager in maximising profit on the contracts
•Monitoring / scrutinising of costs and productivities
•Highlighting areas of concern / loss on any part of the contract
•Provide accurate and up to date commercial information to the Senior Quantity Surveyor/Project Manager for interim Project reviews and Project progress and monthly cost reviews
•Monitor and maintain positive cash position for the projects.
•Provide monthly RBM reports, subcontractor liabilities, WIP information
•Support meetings with project teams to discuss cost v sale
•Ensure accurate and timely administration of subcontracts and client contracts in accordance with the terms and conditions within
•Ensure deadlines are met in line with the commercial calendar
•Provide tendering support to procurement as required
•Final Account, Preparation, Audit & Agreement
•Assist Procurement to raise subcontract orders - complete subcontractor request forms and variations
•Working in compliance with the contract management tools ie…. Asite, IFS or any such other management tool as required.
•Ad hoc duties as job requires
•Maintaining good relations with clients and their representatives.
•Representing the Company’s interest at meetings held relating to the work under their control.
•Supporting staff to perform commercial/contractual duties as necessary.
•Liaising with other departments to provide information to improve the service provided and received by the Commercial / Financial Departments
•Preparation of monthly, interim and final valuations, applications for payment, reconciliations of valuations and costs, and certification of amounts for contract, sub-contractors, specialists and suppliers.
•Providing the necessary information to enable an accurate and regular review of cash flow and position on contracts to be maintained.
•Recovery of all monies to which the Company is entitled in return for all work undertaken.
•In conjunction with the Procurement Manager, placing of supplier agreements and sub-contracts on work under the Quantity Surveyor’s control.
•Ensure understanding and adherence to all contract obligations by stakeholders.
•Prepare detailed projected financial outcomes and valuation / cost reconciliations for contract control meetings.
•Liaise with other departments to provide controls to operate during progress of contracts.
•Prepare, submit and agree interim and final valuations with client representatives.
•Prepare contract final accounts.
•Ensure that supplier agreements & sub-contracts are placed/ managed in accordance with Company procedure.
•Ensure that all instructions received from client’s representatives are acted upon and all contract obligations are adhered to.
•Ensure the company’s interest are fully protected by contractual compliance
•Organise, in liaison with senior management, the preparation of contractual claims.
•Provide the Commercial Manager with sufficient information to enable the preparation of monthly and quarterly records of cash flow controls to be maintained.
•Advise senior management of all issues which may have an impact on the performance of the Company, whether commercial, operational or otherwise.
•Ensuring that Coffey HSQE Management Systems and processes are adhered to, implemented and maintained.
•A relevant degree in Quantity Surveying/Engineering (or similar)
•Diploma in Construction law would be advantageous.
•5 - years + relevant experience required.
•Experience in NEC3/4 preferred but essential
•Strong Commercial Focus.
•Experience in Public Works Contracts
•A member or working towards accreditation of a relevant Professional Institution.
•Full Clean Irish/uk Driving License