London, United Kingdom
Valuation + Building Surveyor (RICS) – London / Greater London
My client is a Chartered Building Consultancy, registered with and vetted by Construction line, Association of Building Engineers, Association for Project Safety and regulated by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
They were established in 2006. The practice has experience of working in residential and commercial sectors.The practice is a young and highly motivated company undertaking projects in London, Surrey, Sussex and Kent.
My client are looking to secure the services of an experienced residential surveyor to become a key part of their team within various locations in the UK.
Applicants will need to be RICS registered valuer, with at least 2 years post qualification experience of residential surveying, home buyer reports and mortgage valuation surveys as this role will be responsible for strategic relationships in these areas.
Candidates specifically need experience carrying out building surveys, homebuyer reports and valuations for home buyers. They are not looking for council or social housing specialists as the most previous employers. Clean driving license essential.
Mainly working solo but needs to be able to communicate well with clients.Working in greater London area (no area specifically)
Industry leading package available dependent on experience.
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Who are we
Founded in 1992 and with over 700 staff, Galliard is a property development, hospitality and management group overseeing mixed-use, residential, hotel and commercial projects across London and southern England with a £1.1 billion portfolio of over 5,900 homes, hotels, retail premises and commercial properties.
With an impressive portfolio of award winning developments, we are proud to be considered as London's leading property developers.
Property Management Matters are the in- house property management services for Galliard Homes Limited and due to rapid growth, we are looking to appoint an experienced M&E Contracts Manager to join our team.
As the M&E Contracts Manager you’ll be responsible for overseeing the M&E aspects of 20 schemes within the PMM portfolio, taking over from handover and resolution of any problems post hand-over reporting to the Group Estates Manager and Head of Residential Management.
Attend meetings with 3rd party suppliers and the construction/M&E team to track progress and ensure all M&E issues are covered
Identify and implement process improvements as part of the M&E facilities
Ensure O&M manuals are received and are complete
Retender, appoint and manage contracts as required with external M&E contractors
Ensure that PMM are aware of the latest received information
Undertake an asset verification review to confirm that all systems in place are compliant
Carry out quality inspections, snagging and the recording of defects
Previous experience of managing supplier contracts
Mechanical bias is preferred
Excellent communicator both written & verbal
Able to work autonomously
Able to build effective relationships with stakeholders and 3rd party suppliers
Previous experience of working on residential blocks is essential
Knowledge and experience of central district heat networks and cold water booster pumps
Good working knowledge of Microsoft Office packages (MS Word, Excel)
Mechanical or Electrical and/or Building Services Qualifications would be advantageous
Demonstrable knowledge in electrical and mechanical systems
Due to the nature of the role you may be required to deal with emergencies/contractors out of hours
Must be willing to travel to various sites across London due to the nature of the role
24 days holiday
My Trusted Builder
Sampson Street, London E1W 1NA, UK
Who We Are
My Trusted Builder is a small but rapidly growing project management construction company based in modern and fun offices in London. We carry out striking work and creative, bespoke design services that reveal a space’s potential and showcases each client’s unique personality and need. Our service covers House Extensions, Loft Conversion, Refurbishment and Commercial fit-outs. We offer a full bespoke end to end service from commissioning architects, obtaining planning, building regulation, structural work, party wall agreements and full turn key service under the guise of project management.
We believe that each client is an individual. They deserve professional services that can both capture their imagination and exceed their expectations. By drawing on our wealth of experience, we can surpass the level of service they would, each and every time… no exceptions.
What we are looking for
My Trusted Builder is looking for an Estimator/Quantity Surveyor to join our small growing team. You will be preparing estimates and working on secured contracts in refurbishment, loft conversions, extensions and fit-out projects in the commercial and residential sectors ranging in size from £50,000 to £500,000 – with the support of administration staff. You should have a good track record within the refurbishment, commercial and residential sectors of the construction industry.
Job Title: Estimator/Quantity Surveyor
Reporting To: Director
This new role is seen as pivotal to the growth and future success of the business. You will act like an owner; a true entrepreneur, open minded and an independent thinker that can take and give constructive feedback from the whole team in order to grow it and the organisation. You will be great at what you do, having fun along the way, and someone whom the owner can entrust to take over the whole estimating service, and build a team around.
You will manage the whole estimating service and in liaison with the Director and Contracts Manager ensure projects are accurately costed and invoiced accordingly, maintaining profitability by close scrutiny of contractors and sub-contractor accounts. You will work closely with the in-house team, other professional partners, contractors and clients ensuring a seamless service is offered.
Understand and scrutinise Project Specifications & Drawings, create estimate for client
Complete tenders within given timescales.
Package estimate for client submission and liaise with other team members to secure the project.
Prepare contract ready to be signed for costumers and subcontractors.
Create bills of quantities
Assist in PQQ from preparations through to submission when applicable
Prepare and accurately update a report for the Directors on all tenders and submissions
Meet with Clients and Consultants to build relationships and ensure future business development.
Understand and scrutinise (Sub-) Contractor quotations, ensuring accuracy and value for money whilst maintaining profitability for the business.
Create project cost sheet from bill of quantities and other resources to enable accurate ordering and use on site.
Create Suppliers form for goods supplied by the company
Create Suppliers form for goods supplied by the client designer and indicate dates when products or information are required to be available on site.
Review and where necessary revise sub-contractor variations to ensure accuracy and value for money for client
Carry out site visits and surveys as necessary
Analyze and resolve (cost) disputes that may arise between the subcontractors, Client and Company.
Cost control and variations through builder trend platform
Create variations using BuilderTrend software
Liaise with Clients, Architects and Designers in relation to requests for pricing, tendering and cost control
Ensure timely and constant follow up with clients and update CRM system as necessary.
Compare market prices and constantly update costing and pricing models to ensure profitability is maintained for both subcontractors and the organisation.
Constantly update the contract with new products and services ensuring communication to client in order to upsell and or improve specification.
Upload new projects to BuilderTrend system (Sales and after sales)
Integrate the organisations bespoke Excel bill of quantities and contract to BuilderTrend platform.
Suggest, help with and implement new policies and procedures to constantly improve the estimating, sales and cost control process
Feed-back to other colleagues on how to improve business processes and organization and team communications.
Interview and train new members of the growing team
Skills and Abilities
excellent interpersonal skills,
communication skills both written and oral
excellent analytical and questioning skills
ability to negotiate on behalf of the client whilst maintaining the organisations overall integrity
the ability to effectively manage time and produce quality work in order to win projects
the ability to work with new platforms as and when required.
Attention to detail.
Great computer skills in excel word and database systems.
Good organisational skills.
Forward thinker prioritise deadlines.
Qualifications and Experience
Several years’ experience of tendering for complex refurbishment and extension projects.
Full understanding of construction drawings, cad work would be advantageous for design work if needed
Working knowledge of appropriate software systems
technical ability to interpret design drawings and complete an accurate take off sheet.
An appropriate trade qualification.
You should be capable of demonstrating previous successful experience of estimating and cost control of projects within the range of £30,000 to £500,000.
The Company will offer a base salary of £35kto £45k P/A and 1% percent of all successfully contracts which is an estimated £20k for first year, negotiable after that. There will be a 3 months’ probation period.
My Trusted Builder
Kensington Village, Stanwick Road, London W14 8UH, UK
We are looking to hire a Project Manager on contract who is experienced in managing office refurbishments and has the following qualifications:
Site Manager CSCS Black card
NVQ level 6
Experience and proven track record of successfully completed office refurbishment projects
Site Location: Kensington Village W14
Salary: from £60K to £70K Depending on experience.
Requirement : immediate start
Plan, manage, monitor and coordinate the entire construction phase
Take account of the health and safety risks to everyone affected by the work (including members of the public), in planning and managing the measures needed to control them
Liaise with the client and principal designer for the duration of the project to ensure that all risks are effectively managed
Prepare a written construction phase plan before the construction phase begins, implement, and then regularly review and revise it to make sure it remains fit for purpose
Have ongoing arrangements in place for managing health and safety throughout the construction phase
Consult and engage with workers about their health, safety and welfare
Ensure suitable welfare facilities are provided from the start and maintained throughout the construction phase
Ensure that all appointed parties have the skills, knowledge, experience and, if relevant, the organisational capability to carry out their work safely and without risk to health
Ensure all workers have site-specific inductions, and any further information and training they need
Take steps to prevent unauthorised access to the site
Liaise with the principal designer to share any information relevant to the planning, management, monitoring and coordination of the pre-construction phase