Quantity Surveyor Level 3

Position Title: Quantity Surveyor Level 3
Salary: Grade 9 £38,813 to £42,683 (Bar at £41,675) per annum
Contract Type: Permanent Full Time
Hours: 35 per week
Work Location: Bridgewater House, 60 Whitworth Street, Manchester, M1 6LT
Closing Date: 1 June 2020
Reference: MCC292189/NS

We have an opportunity for a Quantity Surveyor Level 3 within our Design Team to support our highly motivated 'can do' workforce made up of experienced professionals.

In this role you will provide a lead technical consultancy function for the assigned service area, ensuring that complex and innovative technical solutions are delivered in line with customer and legislative requirements. Dependent on the service area, this may include software / information technology support, engineering, surveying, curating or other specialist functions.

You will have the opportunity to be involved in a variety of projects working across all areas of the profession and be involved in cutting edge innovation and the development.

You will have a recognised professional construction related qualification with experience in a similar role in a large diverse organisation. You will have a passion for your profession with an energy to continually seek improvements.

Key responsibilities will be leading, managing and being accountable for the commercial elements of allocated construction projects, taking responsibility for the end to end service delivery.

You will be educated to degree level or equivalent, with a significant and proven track record of successful delivery and outcomes in a construction environment.

You will have membership of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, or be working toward membership (e.g. MRICS) or hold full membership of a relevant professional body.

You will have significant demonstrable Quantity Surveying experience on Highway/Construction related projects.

You will have excellent communication, analytical, planning and organising, problem solving, creative, strategic thinking, financial management, commercial and people management skills.

The Highways Service is responsible for the leadership, management and delivery of all Highway related activities and functions that are involved in both management and improvement of the Highways network across Manchester.

The scale and ambition of the work planned in the city over the next few years, to deliver both the Greater Manchester Transport Strategy 2040 and National Transport Strategies, is huge. It will provide excellent opportunities for career development to the full range of professionals who support our schemes, across the full range of professional disciplines.

With the amount of transport related projects in delivery and being planned within Manchester, there is no better time for an experienced, passionate Quantity Surveyor to join the City Council.

If you want to be part of a wider time delivering a variety of transport projects on behalf of the Council, contributing to the ongoing growth, delivery and development of the City Strategy, we would love to hear from you.

We are an Equal Opportunities Employer and we positively welcome applications from all candidates regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation.

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Bridgewater House
 
Position Title: Quantity Surveyor Level 3
Salary: Grade 9 £38,813 to £42,683 (Bar at £41,675) per annum
Contract Type: Permanent Full Time
Hours: 35 per week
Work Location: Bridgewater House, 60 Whitworth Street, Manchester, M1 6LT
Closing Date: 1 June 2020
Reference: MCC292189/NS

We have an opportunity for a Quantity Surveyor Level 3 within our Design Team to support our highly motivated 'can do' workforce made up of experienced professionals.

In this role you will provide a lead technical consultancy function for the assigned service area, ensuring that complex and innovative technical solutions are delivered in line with customer and legislative requirements. Dependent on the service area, this may include software / information technology support, engineering, surveying, curating or other specialist functions.

You will have the opportunity to be involved in a variety of projects working across all areas of the profession and be involved in cutting edge innovation and the development.

You will have a recognised professional construction related qualification with experience in a similar role in a large diverse organisation. You will have a passion for your profession with an energy to continually seek improvements.

Key responsibilities will be leading, managing and being accountable for the commercial elements of allocated construction projects, taking responsibility for the end to end service delivery.

You will be educated to degree level or equivalent, with a significant and proven track record of successful delivery and outcomes in a construction environment.

You will have membership of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, or be working toward membership (e.g. MRICS) or hold full membership of a relevant professional body.

You will have significant demonstrable Quantity Surveying experience on Highway/Construction related projects.

You will have excellent communication, analytical, planning and organising, problem solving, creative, strategic thinking, financial management, commercial and people management skills.

The Highways Service is responsible for the leadership, management and delivery of all Highway related activities and functions that are involved in both management and improvement of the Highways network across Manchester.

The scale and ambition of the work planned in the city over the next few years, to deliver both the Greater Manchester Transport Strategy 2040 and National Transport Strategies, is huge. It will provide excellent opportunities for career development to the full range of professionals who support our schemes, across the full range of professional disciplines.

With the amount of transport related projects in delivery and being planned within Manchester, there is no better time for an experienced, passionate Quantity Surveyor to join the City Council.

If you want to be part of a wider time delivering a variety of transport projects on behalf of the Council, contributing to the ongoing growth, delivery and development of the City Strategy, we would love to hear from you.

We are an Equal Opportunities Employer and we positively welcome applications from all candidates regardless of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex and sexual orientation.

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