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Managing Quantity Surveyor - London - £100,000

  • Sector: Surveying & Cost Consultancy
  • Location: South West London
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Salary: £80,000 - £100,000
Job description

I am working with a contracting arm of a leading developer in South West London who have been established for over 20 years and have gone from strength to strength.

They specialise in producing low volume, high quality living spaces in prestigious, sought after areas of London such as Wimbledon, Putney, Fulham, Chelsea, Etc. Their typical projects would include low volume, new build apartments and refurbishments/conversions of London townhouse properties, including Grade II listed buildings, into high-end apartments.

They are looking to add a Managing Quantity Surveyor to their team to oversee a commercial team of 5 currently. You will be tasked with overseeing multiple projects and the whole department to make sure it’s running smoothly and on budget.

In return, you will be rewarded with a fantastic package between 80-100K dependent on your experience and ability.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Analysis of tender allowances
  • The measurement and valuation of works (on site and from drawings), for valuations, variations and final accounts.
  • Agreement of valuation dates and preparing, submitting and agreement of interim valuations in accordance with those dates.
  • Administering and/or advising on Main Contract and Subcontract conditions  
  • Preparation of cost to complete
  • Financial Reporting
  • Cash management and maximisation
  • Cash Flow and Turnover forecast
  • Provision of standard reports
  • Internal Valuations/CVRs and subcontract liability reports in accordance with schedule of accounting period end dates and deadlines

 

Experience and Qualifications:

  • You will have experience of working within the Construction industry for a main contractor or developer
  • You will have sound experience of working within the same, or similar role previous. 
  • You will be degree qualified and ideally member of the RICS or IOB (or moving towards professional membership).