Rubicon Consulting is currently recruiting for a Quantity Surveyor on a 6-month ongoing contract based in Renfrew, supporting the clients Hydrogen and Renewables Division.
This position falls INSIDE IR35
The successful candidate will deliver commercial tasks as directed in order to support the Company in achieving a successful financial outcome on the project. You’ll have gained some professional experience in quantity surveying/commercial management and will be able to work with a minimum of supervision. You’ll interpret and assimilate commercial information to produce required reports, documentation and support management decision making. You will play a supporting role in client and supplier management and therefore require the ability to support negotiation processes.
Responsibilities of the Quantity Surveyor: –
Execution: Use company-wide Business Operating Procedures (BOPs) and commercial policies and procedures, standards and working practices to manage commercial activity (e.g. valuation of work, processing of changes to time) to support the company realising optimum commercial value in all activity.
Governance: Comply with national laws/regulations and adhere to company-wide & commercial BOPs to ensure that commercial management activity is conducted in line with standardised working procedures. Provide accurate forecasting and reporting of commercial metrics to facilitate management decision making.
Innovation: Look for opportunities for efficiency savings and development as well as contributing to project reviews/lessons learnt in order to contribute to a culture of continuous improvement.
Communication: Build and maintain an internal and external (client) relationship network in order to leverage expertise, contribute to decision making and satisfy stakeholder requirements.
Requirements of the Quantity Surveyor: –
- MSc, BSc or equivalent in Quantity Surveying or in a related commercial, technical or engineering discipline plus accredited post graduate training qualifying towards professional registration of a recognised professional institution (e.g. RICS); or equivalent, significant and related professional experience.
- Experience in contract administration procedures and knowledge of various forms of contract, including an understanding of contract law and UK construction laws.
- Knowledge and application of Business Operating Procedures (including an in-depth understanding of commercial policies, procedures, standards and working practices) appropriate to allotted tasks and associated documentation.
- Knowledge and application of problem solving and risk management techniques and an understanding of dispute resolution processes.