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Quantity Surveyor


Salary Package: £40000 - £70000 per annum + Bonus
Location: London, England
Consultant: Stephanie Wilson
Posted: 06/09/2019


Quantity Surveyor required for an established construction consultancy based in the heart of central London.

Salary - £50,000 to £80,000 (DOE) + Bonus

Location: Central London

Start date: Asap


  • Competitive salary

  • Bonus Structure

  • Death in Service

  • Travel Loan

  • 4 weeks holiday + time off over Christmas and New Year period

  • Support with additional training

Working hours – 9am till 5.30pm - Flexible hours can be discussed as well as working from home options

You will be an accomplished Quantity Surveyor with a background in running multiple short term projects at one time. The role will require you to hit the ground running. The focus of the role will be on retail projects both refit and new build, projects averagely take 6-7 months from inception to wrap. The right candidate will have a proven track record of working with a fast turnaround and juggling multiple projects at any one time.

Duties and key responsibilities:

  • Preparing valuations and pricing of variations

  • Preparing, negotiating and agreeing final accounts and contract changes

  • Preparing cost budgets and prices for contract variations

  • Prepare subcontract valuation and payment certificates


  • Deadline focused

  • Strong ability to multi-task

  • Customer focused

  • Computer literate with strong mathematical skills

  • Strong negotiation skills

My client are a construction consultancy who work across sectors, they pride themselves on their continued personalised service of the highest quality and their reputation to deliver. They provide a professional service you would expect of a big firm but with the personal service of a small firm. As a company they are committed to their staff and their continued development, opportunities are in place to offer additional training alongside your role.

Please note that no terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate on the grounds of a person's gender, marital status, race, religion, colour, age, disability or sexual orientation. Every candidate will be assessed only in accordance with their merits, qualifications and ability to perform the duties of the job.