Quantity Surveyor


Category: Construction / Engineering
Job Type: Full Time

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Description

Glenveagh Properties Plc, a leading Residential Developer is currently recruiting experienced professionals for a prestigious new project in central Dublin. This project will be a high-profile mix of apartments and commercial units and we’re seeking applications from experienced construction professionals with previous experience on projects of a similar scale. As Project Quantity Surveyor, you will be responsible for the overall financial management of our high-profile residential projects.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Financial management of overall project.
  • Measurement of building elements & preparation of Bills of Quantities/Schedule of Rates.
  • Tender reporting and recommendations.
  • Carrying out monthly valuations for works on site, managing sub contract payments & liabilities, completing monthly cost reports for budget v actual.
  • Recording, reporting and management of projects risks, variations and cost overruns. Projected overall effect of any overruns.
  • Completion of project close out documentation including final account resolution and agreement for all trade packages.
  • Attend project meetings, provide commercial and cost advice as required.

 

Requirements

 

  • BSc in Quantity Surveying or equivalent.
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience with a developer or a residential construction company
  • Must have strong measurement and take off skills.
  • Must have strong knowledge of building detail and construction technology.
  • Strong IT skills, specifically in excel, cubit and outlook.
  • Experience of managing building contracts.
  • Strong organisation skills to ensure clear and concise reports are maintained throughout assignment.

    Benefits

  • Performance related bonus
  • Healthcare
  • Pension
  • Life assurance
  • Long term illness cover
  • Save as You Earn Scheme
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Wellness initiatives throughout the year

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