Quantity Surveyor / Commercial Manager - Water

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Ted Recruitment
Reference
DNP8576
Sector
Construction & Property
Salary
£60,000 to £75,000 Per Annum
Benefits
Pension, discretionary bonus etc.
Location
Rickmansworth
Job Type
Permanent/Full Time
Date Posted
15th May 2018

Job Description

THE ROLE

I am now seeking a Quantity Surveyor / Commercial Manager who has experience of water / utilities projects for a role based in Hertfordshire in either Rickmansworth or Hatfield.

This is a great opportunity to join a large firm of construction consultants working seconded in to client offices in Hertfordshire.

THE CLIENT

Our client is a successful large firm of consultants offering clients quantity surveying and project management services.

They are working on a good range of generally high value projects in the private and public sectors.

My client has offices in the UK and in Europe.

THE CANDIDATE

You will be an experienced Commercial Manager with a Quantity Surveying background with at least five years or more Quantity Surveying experience gained with either a contractors or consultants.

You should have around five to ten years or more experience of doing post contract work including contract administration, forecasting etc.

Experience of working on water related projects (utilities) is essential.

You will need to have a good Degree or Diploma in Quantity Surveying and ideally be MRICS or MCIOB qualified.

You should have gained experience in the use of NEC, IChemE Red Book contracts.

It is essential that you have excellent communication skills as you will deal directly with clients.

Salary will be very negotiable according to experience and ability plus pension and other benefits.

Please email your c.v. via this website or give me, Denise Neville a call for on [You must Apply on line] for an informal and confidential discussion.

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