About this Role:
We have an exciting opportunity, on a permanent basis, to work on a Large Major Civil Engineering project for a Tier 1 Contractor leading the £1.9bn project.
This Tier 1 contractor has been appointed to the major civil engineering project on a Joint Venture basis. The project is well under way with Planners and designers and will shortly be hitting the ground. They have a need to recruit the right Senior Quantity Surveyor and Change Manager to join the team for this project.
The successful candidate will have a proven track record of working on large civils schemes, major projects background, either within heavy civils, tunnelling, earthworks and temporary works.
-You will be well versed in the interpretations of drawings and translating these into physical work..
-Dealing with day to day technical issues that may arise.
-Ensuring all self-certification of works is carried out on time.
-Collaborate and provide specified measurement data as required by the Commercial department.
-Provide accurate engineering control and setting out for the works in accordance with the latest approved design information
-Undertake other duties as defined and appointed under the Project Specific IMS plan or as defined by the Site Agent.
The physical work will include:
About the Company/Client/Project:
The client is a worldwide Building & Civil Engineering Contractor, established in 1990 in the UK. Their core focus is on delivering complex infrastructure projects but also cover engineering, mining and services extensively, with highways, rail, heavy civil engineering and infrastructure schemes forming the bulk of their workload.
Requirements including certificates and qualifications:
SSSTS, SMSTS, CSCS, Cat & Genny, Temp works
A BSc in Civil Engineering or equivalent, with recent relevant experience in a similar role.
Basic knowledge of construction industry and standard construction techniques
Basic knowledge of project, obtained through project induction
Good appreciation of commercial and contractual requirements
Candidates must be able to prove their eligibility to work in the UK