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  • Job reference: RMS0132534

Quantity Surveyor

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Cornwall
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 04/12/2013
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The Company:
Our client is a global leader in the design and delivery of infrastructure, power and major engineering projects around the world. Their clients come to them for a wide range of advice, resources and skills - in engineering, maintaining infrastructure, managing construction, planning and strategic thinking.

The Role:
We are currently recruiting for a Quantity Surveyor to work at our client's office in Cornwall. Job role is standard Q.S duties working on local council framework various contract options used.

Duties include but not limited to;

• Variation management.
• Earned Value analysis i.e. planned vs. achieved vs. expended.
• Productivity/efficiency analysis/calculation (dependent on Contract style).
• Milestone development, progress and achievement.
• Re-measurement of work-scope packages.
• Valuation processing.
• Identification of potential claims.
• Monthly budget cost reporting.
• Drafting of contractual correspondence.
• Forecasting for final account information.
• Cost system reconciliations.
• Accurate forecasting to predict Anticipated Final Cost for the project.
• Cashflow production including regular updates.
• Accrual provisions.
• Regular cost meetings to review total project expenditure, identify areas of concern and mitigating action plans.
• Outturn cost analysis to allow update on estimating data.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Quantity Surveyor who has previously worked on local council framework.
Relevant Qualification
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