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Job Title

Quantity Surveyor

Location:

Bury St Edmunds

Contract Type:

Permanent

Sector:

Telecommunications

Salary:

£30,000 – £41,000

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Consultant – Telecoms

Anya Brown

 

Quantity Surveyor – Suffolk – £30,000 – £45,000 + Benefits

Our client are a UK leading alternative provider of wholesale fibre infrastructure and the builder of Gigabit Britain. Known for our Gigabit City projects in which we deploy next generation digital infrastructure to the public sector, businesses community, mobile operators and homes, is disrupting a stagnant UK telecoms market and helping spark our digital economy. With bold plans, and partners signed up, to deploy fibre direct to 5 million homes and businesses, we will soon be transforming the digital capabilities of towns and cities up and down the country.

Role Responsibilities
• Managing the commercial resources of the assigned project (or region/workstream) to manage planned expenditure through the placement and control of contracts
• Valuing work executed by contractors and certifying interim and final payments
• Supporting the authorisation and submission of project variations
• Assessing, reviewing and mitigating commercial and contractual risks and implementing the companies’ policies for risk management
• Providing commercial and contractual expertise to contracts which includes the production and submission of valuation certification, drafting and issuing correspondence, claims, budget monitoring and producing contract/workstream performance data
• Assisting in the monthly measurement of supplier KPI’s and reporting
• Providing robust, timely and accurate cost and value data at both project and regional levels and their progress in relation to the programme schedule

Experience
• Previous experience of commercial management and procurement of contractors, including chairing regular meetings, measurement and control cycle, certificates and accruals calculations
• Ability to use spreadsheets to interpret and collate financial data
• Working knowledge of ICC and NEC
• Excellent negotiation skills (with suppliers and partners)
• Solid presentation and report writing skills
• Excellent communication, numerical and computer literacy skills

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