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Construction Jobs N1
Nov 09, 2020
Permanent
Senior Project Manager – £20m RC Frame/Groundworks Project – London - £450 About the company: This company is a highly regarded and respected privatised specialist sub-contractor within Groundworks & RC Frames that have been established for over 30years. They have a current turnover of close to £130m and take on projects up to £30m. They have grown year on year and have a very strong client base. About the role: This is an ideal role for someone with a degree qualified background that has managed sites to the value of around £15m, you will first be asked to manage a site from front end, liaising with design and commercial teams, right through to completion. This is a role for someone looking to take on bigger sized projects on for an extremely well run, professional RC specialist that has a reputation for having some of the best technically minded operational staff. Real opportunity for progression to CM level after successful completion of project. About the requirements: You must be degree qualified, ideally in civil engineering, and have continually progressed your career from an engineering background, and have managed sites at least to the value of £15m, and be a technically minded and strong PM, able to liaise professionally with clients and represent the best interests of this well respected client. About the benefits: you will be working on a major scheme in London for a respected contractor in industry. You will receive an excellent rate and a real opportunity for progression to CM level on completion of project
Construction Jobs Northamptonshire
Sep 28, 2020
Permanent
CONTRACTS MANAGER - ROOFING & CLADDING Experienced Contracts Manager required on a permanent basis to work with a roofing & cladding contractor based in the Midlands and operating nationwide. About the Client: SSA Ltd are recruiting for a roofing & cladding contractor that complete refurb and new build projects across the UK with project values of up to £1.5 million. Now hiring an additional Contracts Manager with an increase in work. About the Role: As the Contracts Manager you will reporting directly to the Managing Director. Responsible for all own projects from start to finish Overseeing 3-4 projects at any time, predominately refurbishment with a small amount of new build works Managing RAMS, procurement, programming, client contact, labour and more Building strong relationships and supporting all on site staff Managing site safety checks and site quality control procedures About the Requirements: Driving license essential Minimum of 3 years experience at Contract Management level Roofing & Cladding refurbishment experience essential Sub-contract experience essential CSCS, SMSTS, Asbestos Awareness About the Offer: Salary - £40,000 - £45,000 per annum Car or Car allowance Pence per mile fuel cover Expenses Mobile Phone/Laptop Progression opportunity
Construction Jobs W1
Sep 09, 2020
Permanent
Our client, a leading joinery sub-contractor, are currently looking to recruit an experienced Logistics Manager, They have a comprehensive portfolio of work and the successful candidate will be based in Central London. Responsibilities: Management of the day to day site access operations and vehicle management Ensuring deliveries to site are registered to company booking system Liaison with the general public in regards to site operations, restrictions, health & safety Responsible for ensuring safe and secure opening and closing of site and following all security protocols Managing waste and skips on site Dealing with other sub-contractors on site Coordination of deliveries ensuring this is done in a safe and timely manner The skills you need to succeed: Demonstrated in depth operational experience in logistics operations Must have previous experience in this type of role on a large construction site Must have management experience plus banksman CSCS Card essential SMSTS or SSSTS desirable but not essential. Ability to drive improvements and performance Ability to work under pressure
Construction Jobs W1
Sep 09, 2020
Permanent
Mechanical & Electrical/MEP Manager required with leading subcontractor in London. About the Client: SSA are recruiting on behalf an Interior Fit-Out Contractor who are operating throughout the in the London area. The company has offices in Hertfordshire and are involved predominantly in high-end residential, commercial & mixed-used schemes up to £20m. About the Role: Due to continuing expansion, they currently have a vacancy for a Mechanical & Electrical Manager to work across the business. The Mechanical & Electrical Manager will support the estimating, commercial and construction elements of the business, manage and oversee the delivery of all M&E packages within the company and to provide technical backup to site staff. Duties will include but are not limited to: Value Engineering input at tender stage Reviewing subcontractor commercial and technical submissions and proposals Design development and value engineering management of the M&E of the subcontractor design process to ensure best value is achieved Coordinating and planning the works on site in assistance to the on-site team Reviewing contractor design elements and ensuring that the project deliverables are achieved with regard to safety, quality, programme and cost Skills, Knowledge & Experience The successful candidate will either have a mechanical or electrical bias Strong management and communication skills Commercially and technically competent Strong appreciation for health and safety, procedures and programme Comfortable with managing meetings and dealing with the client and their representatives This is a full-time position. This is an excellent opportunity to join an established organisation
Construction Jobs RG1, Reading, Berkshire
Sep 09, 2020
Permanent
Project Manager required for Civil Engineering & Utilities contractor * Do you have experience managing telecoms projects? * Would you like to be involved in a long-term scheme? * Are you able to deliver a design & build FTTP project? If so this could be the role for you... A leading Civil Engineering & Utilities contractor are looking to add a Project Manager to their team to deliver a newly awarded contract covering FTTP projects across the Reading area. The Project Manager will be responsible for leading and mentoring a team of supervisors, designers, NRSWA planners, & other project delivery staff members in order to complete works to the contractor, clients, and industry's expectations. The contractor is able to offer an excellent salary & package, as well as opportunities for further training and development. Essential: * Experience within the telecoms industry
Construction Jobs North Scotland
Sep 09, 2020
Permanent
About the role: As this business continues to grow they are recruiting for an experienced Agent within their Infrastructure division working initially on a windfarm scheme and who is open to working throughout the UK and can offer flights & accommodation for the right candidate Job Description The Site Agent shall: Supervise and monitor the site labour force and sub-contractors Ensure Health, Safety and Environmental requirements are adhered to Ensure quality records necessary to meet quality requirements are maintained Resolve any unexpected technical difficulties and other problems that may arise Check drawings and specifications Schedule selected materials for ordering from the procurement department Demonstrate capability of successfully delivering similar projects up to a value of £20 million Manage and guide the team of sub agent(s) / section engineer(s), engineers and foreman to deliver the works in line with the construction programme Preparation of cost forecasts and review of construction costs versus forecasts along with the Commercial Team Deliver the project within budget Management of the designer to ensure the design is delivered in accordance with the agreed programme Reviewing construction progress and performance and reporting to the Project Manager / Contracts Manager, also taking appropriate corrective actions where necessary Planning and prioritising construction resources (labour and plant) to support successful project execution Managing day to day liaison with the Client and Third Parties Compiling monthly progress reports and communication of same at the monthly progress meeting. Manage Quality and Environmental plans on site Introduce improvements and innovations where appropriate Fully interact with other members of the construction site team (team player) Liaise with other function/departmental managers Introduce improvements and innovation where appropriate to areas of your responsibility Prepare and evaluate Risk Assessments and Method Statements / Works Package Plans for works Manage and provide guidance to Site Engineering staff Control Temporary Works Undertake other duties as required to facilitate construction of the works Report to Line Manager on a regular basis Technical Competencies Essential Formal Qualification in Civil Engineering (Degree or HNC / HND) or similar (i.e. Construction Management Degree or HNC / HND) with demonstrated equivalent combination of education, training, and experience Entrants to this position generally possess an average of 8+ years construction experience Held a similar position for 3 years Worked on construction projects in excess of £20 Million Demonstrate strong communication skills Technically competent Strong awareness of contracts (NEC and NR9) IT literate (Competent in all Microsoft Packages) Driving licence Desirable Charted Civil Engineer Competent AutoCAD Experience in Programming (Microsoft /P6 / Asta)
Construction Jobs North Scotland
Sep 09, 2020
Permanent
Job Specification Job Title: Quantity Surveyor Reporting To: Senior QS/Commercial Manager Main Purpose: To efficiently and effectively provide professional surveying support to the Project Manager and his management team, implementing commercial processes and systems on projects, from tender stage to final account. Key Tasks: The following reflect the main tasks associated with your position and are not intended to be exclusive or exhaustive Provide commercial links between Site Agents, Project Managers and Senior Quantity Surveyors / Commercial Managers. To ensure commercial security and control of contracts under tender and throughout the project including execution and delivery. External liaison with suppliers and customers regarding project progress and contractual issues. Production of commercial reports at intervals to be advised. Risk analysis and control. Dispute resolution and arbitration. Awareness of the estimating process and budget control. Compliance with Health and Safety Regulations. To promote equality of opportunity throughout the Company. To undertake any other reasonable duties as required. Key Challenges: Dealing with a varied managerial role. Internal and external relationship building. Legal aspects of contracts. Autonomy within the role Key Relationships: Departmental relationships within the Company including Site Agents, Project and Contracts Managers, Commercial Managers and Divisional Managing Directors. Inter-departmental relationships within the company, including Finance, Estimating, Administration, Human Resources, Health and Safety and Quality. Customer contact regarding contractual issues. Contact with relevant bodies in dispute resolution and arbitration. Key Skills: Third level qualification in Engineering or Quantity Surveying Significant experience in a similar role within a Civil Engineering company Experience or qualification in contract law Good commercial awareness Excellent written and verbal communication skills Key Attributes: Self motivated for an autonomous role. Team worker. Tenacity – ability to stay focused on an issue until it is solved. Social, environmental and legal awareness. Problem solver and critical thinker. Ability to make informed judgements and convey these to the team
Construction Jobs Central London
Sep 09, 2020
Permanent
Site & Project Managers for External Works & Hard Landscaping packages Due to a series of new project wins my client is currently recruiting for Site & Project Managers to be based on schemes in Central London Purpose of Role: As Site or Project Manager for these schemes you will be responsible for the day to day management, coordination, implementation, execution, control and completion of site works for the re-construction of a busy site. You will be required to meet or exceed the Company’s expectations for health & safety, quality, customer satisfaction, programme performance and commercial out-turn, thereby ensuring consistency with company strategy, commitments and goals. Contacts: Internal: All levels of staff and operatives working on the project – Delivery, Commercial, Planning, Head Office support staff. External: Multiple parts of client organisation, sub-contractors, representatives of Train Operating Companies, local residents, interest groups, design consultants. Responsibilities: ·Through the team, to ensure the delivery of the project within the given constraints of time and cost. ·To ensure that all health, safety and welfare obligations associated with the project delivery are met. ·To identify the necessary resources and assign individual responsibilities. ·To create and execute project work plans and revise as appropriate to meet changing needs and requirements. ·To carry out all the Site Manager’s duties established for the project by the Task Role Assignment Matrix. ·To ensure that relations with the client and all stakeholders in the project are maintained and managed to an appropriate level. ·To apply the clients methodology effectively and enforce project standards. ·To minimise company exposure to risk on the project. ·To ensure project documents are complete, current, and stored appropriately. Person Specification: ·Clear thinker with determination and energy, good planning abilities, well-organised and seeking perfection. ·Able to lead teams comprising a variety of abilities. ·Assertive but personable. ·Able to communicate constructively with a wide spectrum of personalities. ·Willing to lead by example and work on own initiative. ·Able to focus on and achieve project goals. ·Excellent interpersonal and negotiating skills, numeracy, and oral and written communication skills. ·Able to work under pressure, whilst ensuring deadlines are met. ·Able to manage, and respond positively to, change. ·Keen to achieve self-development
Construction Jobs Glasgow, Glasgow City
Sep 09, 2020
Permanent
Job Title: Quantity Surveyor Reporting To: Commercial and Estimating Manager Main Purpose: To efficiently and effectively provide professional surveying support to the Project Manager and his management team, implementing commercial processes and systems on projects, from tender stage to final account. Key Tasks: The following reflect the main tasks associated with your position and are not intended to be exclusive or exhaustive * Provide commercial links between Site Agents, Project Managers and Senior Quantity Surveyors / Commercial Managers. * To ensure commercial security and control of contracts under tender and throughout the project including execution and delivery. * External liaison with suppliers and customers regarding project progress and contractual issues. * Production of commercial reports at intervals to be advised. * Risk analysis and control. * Dispute resolution and arbitration. * Awareness of the estimating process and budget control. * Compliance with Health and Safety Regulations. * To promote equality of opportunity throughout the Company. * To undertake any other reasonable duties as required. Key Relationships: * Departmental relationships within the Company including Site Agents, Project and Contracts Managers, Commercial Managers and Divisional Managing Directors. * Inter-departmental relationships within the company, including Finance, Estimating, Administration, Human Resources, Health and Safety and Quality. * Customer contact regarding contractual issues. * Contact with relevant bodies in dispute resolution and arbitration. Key Skills: * Third level qualification in Engineering or Quantity Surveying * Significant experience in a similar role within a Civil Engineering company * Experience or qualification in contract law * Good commercial awareness * Excellent written and verbal communication skills Key Attributes: * Self motivated for an autonomous role. * Team worker. * Tenacity – ability to stay focused on an issue until it is solved. * Social, environmental and legal awareness. * Problem solver and critical thinker. * Ability to make informed judgements and convey these to the team
Construction Jobs CM1, Chelmsford, Essex
Sep 09, 2020
Permanent
urpose of the Job The Quality Manager will ensure that the teams comply with ITPs, Method Statements, Work processes & procedures and Safety Standards across the project. Ensure that the teams have requisite documents developed, approved and distributed prior to works commencement, undertake and record inspections and tests defined within ITPs, maintain contemporaneous as-built drawings, raise NCRs to cover deficient works and RFIs to clarify issues and/or record technical decisions agreed with the client. Responsibilities * Undertake Site Surveillance in conjunction with Surveillance Manager * Daily execution and recording of self-certification of works against ITPs, method statements and plans * Collection, collation, review and reporting * Expediting the timely close-out of areas of concern * Ensuring the issue of NCRs by construction teams, as necessary Skills & Experience * Significant prior background in at least one of; Deep Excavations, Reinforced concrete structures or Earthworks * A working knowledge of UK civils and construction standards and working practices. * Demonstrable knowledge of system engineering and control. * The post holder should be educated to HND, HNC or foundation degree level or equivalent in an engineering discipline. * CSCS Rewards We’re ready to invest in you and your future, and offer wide-ranging, performance-related progression opportunities. Our competitive rewards packages feature flexible benefits to fit your lifestyle and priorities
Construction Jobs Cumbria
Sep 09, 2020
Permanent
About the Client: The Group we represent are a family run multinational Civil Engineering contractor. They recognise the need to be adaptable to customers` needs in a complex world. They respond by investing in a total in-house solution to ensure flexibility, control and above all quality and safety. The clients UK and wider global activities are supported by a structured management approach that performs with seamless efficiency. They operate with integrity and transparency to deliver multi-disciplined projects on time and to the highest standards. Role (Main Purpose): To ensure that all commercial and contractual aspects of the relevant projects are properly managed and controlled in an efficient manner to ensure the maximum return for the Group. Key Responsibilities & Duties: To provide assistance, support and guidance on all commercial issues within the Project(s). Preparation of internal Cost/Value Reports on a monthly basis to satisfy the requirements of the Commercial Manager and any other reports which may be required. Preparation of Valuations/Applications for Payment on a monthly basis with full supporting documentation in an efficient and timely manner and in accordance with the contract. Preparation of Cost Reports to the Client on a monthly basis with full supporting documentation. Preparation of earned value calculations and detailed projected project outturn costs on a monthly basis. Preparation and management of subcontract and material Procurement Schedules. Administration of subcontractor/supplier accounts from the preparation of requisitions, monitoring and authorisation of subcontract payments through to agreement of final accounts. Production and rigorous management of Early Warning Notices and associated registers. Preparation, negotiation and agreement of Compensation Events/variations, extension of time claims, etc. To assist in identifying and proactively managing all commercial risks and opportunities and carrying out value engineering exercises. To encourage and develop a culture of contractual awareness within the site team and ensure that the full contractual entitlement is achieved by rigidly managing records, contractual notifications, change control, etc. To utilise MAXcel costing system to help improve cost control and financial/commercial reporting and ensure that all relevant staff are fully trained to utilise the system to its full potential. To ensure that all Group Procedures are strictly followed by all commercial staff. Establish and implement a robust system of site records for all labour, plant, materials, staff, etc as support for cost substantiation in the event of change and or delays to the contract Works. Establishment a robust system of cost allocation/coding which satisfies both internal and external requirements and ensure that it is strictly followed by all the site team. Attend all internal/external financial meetings as and when required. Preparation of project final accounts To undertake any other work as required of you by the Commercial Manager/Project Manager, etc
Construction Jobs SS1, Southchurch Village, Southend-on-Sea
Sep 09, 2020
Permanent
Our client, a large Highways Maintenance company, is looking for a Quantity Surveyor to join their London team! We're looking for someone with 6-12 years post graduate experience who has worked in Highways or Term Maintenance. Quantity Surveyor Responsibilities: * Check subcontract requisitions and quotations for scope coverage, attendance requirements, quantities, rates, programme delivery and overall value for money. * Produce monthly subcontract Payment Certificates for approval and issue. * Assess and agree subcontractors' Applications for Payment. * Liaise with Operational Managers and Site Supervisors on a regular basis regarding Early Warnings, Compensation Events and other site requirements. * Produce NEC3 contracts for subcontract works and Professional Service Contracts for consultants. * Maintain accurate cost and value records for each maintenance activity and scheme. * Manage subcontract Final Accounts on a monthly basis, and prepare subcontract final accounts. * Provide commercial support to all Operational Teams, Project Managers and Budget Holders. * Carry out annual benchmarking as required. * Support the Commercial Assistant in keeping the subcontract approvals register up to date. * Ensure applications for payment are maximised and submitted on time. * To follow and utilise the Business Management Systems. * Demonstrate added value in service delivery to the Strategic Alliance Partnership between this company and the Client. * Carry out 360º reviews with Subcontractors and the Clients Operational Managers on an annual basis to assess contractual, operational and commercial performance for each financial year. Essential Requirements: * Ability to operate and understand Financial Cost Systems and operate Excel spreadsheets * An understanding of the contract with the Client and its application * Ability to conduct effective negotiations with both the Client and Subcontractors * An understanding of the principles of measurement within the Highways Maintenance environment * An understanding of all forms of NEC3 contracts * Located in Buckinghamshire or willing to relocate * Highways or Rail experience is essential
Construction Jobs NW1, Regent's Park, Greater London
Sep 09, 2020
Permanent
About the Client: The Group we represent are a family run multinational Civil Engineering contractor. They recognise the need to be adaptable to customers` needs in a complex world. They respond by investing in a total in-house solution to ensure flexibility, control and above all quality and safety. The clients UK and wider global activities are supported by a structured management approach that performs with seamless efficiency. They operate with integrity and transparency to deliver multi-disciplined projects on time and to the highest standards. Role (Main Purpose): To ensure that all commercial and contractual aspects of the relevant projects are properly managed and controlled in an efficient manner to ensure the maximum return for the Group. Key Responsibilities & Duties: * To provide assistance, support and guidance on all commercial issues within the Project(s). * Preparation of internal Cost/Value Reports on a monthly basis to satisfy the requirements of the Commercial Manager and any other reports which may be required. * Preparation of Valuations/Applications for Payment on a monthly basis with full supporting documentation in an efficient and timely manner and in accordance with the contract. * Preparation of Cost Reports to the Client on a monthly basis with full supporting documentation. * Preparation of earned value calculations and detailed projected project outturn costs on a monthly basis. * Preparation and management of subcontract and material Procurement Schedules. * Administration of subcontractor/supplier accounts from the preparation of requisitions, monitoring and authorisation of subcontract payments through to agreement of final accounts. * Production and rigorous management of Early Warning Notices and associated registers. * Preparation, negotiation and agreement of Compensation Events/variations, extension of time claims, etc. * To assist in identifying and proactively managing all commercial risks and opportunities and carrying out value engineering exercises. * To encourage and develop a culture of contractual awareness within the site team and ensure that the full contractual entitlement is achieved by rigidly managing records, contractual notifications, change control, etc. * To utilise MAXcel costing system to help improve cost control and financial/commercial reporting and ensure that all relevant staff are fully trained to utilise the system to its full potential. * To ensure that all Group Procedures are strictly followed by all commercial staff. * Establish and implement a robust system of site records for all labour, plant, materials, staff, etc as support for cost substantiation in the event of change and or delays to the contract Works. * Establishment a robust system of cost allocation/coding which satisfies both internal and external requirements and ensure that it is strictly followed by all the site team. * Attend all internal/external financial meetings as and when required. * Preparation of project final accounts * To undertake any other work as required of you by the Commercial Manager/Project Manager, etc
Construction Jobs CM1, Chelmsford, Essex
Sep 09, 2020
Permanent
Role: Responsible for the day to day planning of works for a set number of gangs, ensuring work is closed correctly and to address queries from the client regarding these jobs.. Responsibilities: * Manage workload to assigned gangs and works area. * Check that gangs have taken all photographs as required by the contract. * Communicate with the client to ensure that work is correctly prioritised and given to the correct gangs. * Check that completed jobs are closed correctly and Highway Authority notified. * Ensure jobs do not exceed the allocated time period otherwise fines will be incurred. * Proactively manage the workload to each gang using a ‘drip feed’ policy. * Maintain records of all works done using prescribed templates. * Become familiar with the noticing requirements of the contract. * Undertake additional duties from time to time as directed by your line manager. General (All Staff) * Any reasonable duties expected of you. * Attend and engage fully in any learning and development activities that are deemed appropriate by your line management. * Carry out all work in accordance with health and safety and any other legal requirements. * Participate in team/business meetings as necessary. * Participate and engage fully in company appraisal/performance review processes and constantly work to improve your individual, your team and the wider group’s performance
Construction Jobs Slough, Berkshire
Sep 09, 2020
Permanent
Assistant Quantity Surveyor Job Purpose Summary: The primary role of the Assistant Quantity Surveyor is to assist the Senior Commercial Staff in all aspects of Quantity Surveying, while ensuring that all relevant Company procedures are met in accordance with the Business Manual and site quality plan. Key Responsibilities and Accountabilities: You will be working within a small commercial team and embrace the full range of Quantity Surveying responsibilities. Commercial Administration Your role will involve administration works in maintaining the commercial systems in operation on the Project. * Attend and take an active part in site progress meetings. * Keeping a record of Sub-contract documents/drawings, updating the procurement schedule as and when required * Keep a record of material wastage & contra charge sub contractors as necessary. * Assisting with Client Valuations, * Maximise income / profitability. * Ensure Applications for Payment are submitted promptly and accurately. * Re-measurement & Evaluation of additional works. * Compilation of Contract Final Accounts. * Managing Sub- Contractors * Compile robust enquiries and analyse quotations / tenders for review with the Commercial Team to select sub-contractors. * Attend pre-let meetings with sub-contractors. * Draft orders (terms and conditions). * Inform the site team of sub contractor attendances & inclusions / exclusions with the sub contract. Management of sub-contract accounts through to completion including valuations, payments, variations, forecast of final accounts, and contractual correspondence. * Forecast * Assist with cost control and forecast of site expenditure to completion. * Check site costs and highlight errors / anomalies. Education & Qualifications Degree HNC or ONC 6 No. GCSE’s at Grade C or higher to include Maths and English CSCS card holder Experience 1 year Quantity Surveying experience on Construction Projects Working to deadlines whilst maintaining quality and high standards Proven experience of working as part of a team Capable of working with minimum supervision Experience of working in a pressurized, demanding environment Skills Excellent organization & planning skills Excellent communication and interpersonal skills Ability to apply a diverse range of communication techniques Sound analytical and problem solving skills Evidence of ability to effectively prioritize and manage work Evidence of strong negotiation skills Excellent knowledge of MS Word, Excel and Outlook Can demonstrate aptitude to learn the use of new software systems Can demonstrate good general knowledge of construction products and practices
Construction Jobs Cumbria
Aug 14, 2020
Permanent
About the Client: The Group we represent are a family run multinational Civil Engineering contractor. They recognise the need to be adaptable to customers` needs in a complex world. They respond by investing in a total in-house solution to ensure flexibility, control and above all quality and safety. The clients UK and wider global activities are supported by a structured management approach that performs with seamless efficiency. They operate with integrity and transparency to deliver multi-disciplined projects on time and to the highest standards. Role (Main Purpose): To ensure that all commercial and contractual aspects of the relevant projects are properly managed and controlled in an efficient manner to ensure the maximum return for the Group. Key Responsibilities & Duties: To provide assistance, support and guidance on all commercial issues within the Project(s). Preparation of internal Cost/Value Reports on a monthly basis to satisfy the requirements of the Commercial Manager and any other reports which may be required. Preparation of Valuations/Applications for Payment on a monthly basis with full supporting documentation in an efficient and timely manner and in accordance with the contract. Preparation of Cost Reports to the Client on a monthly basis with full supporting documentation. Preparation of earned value calculations and detailed projected project outturn costs on a monthly basis. Preparation and management of subcontract and material Procurement Schedules. Administration of subcontractor/supplier accounts from the preparation of requisitions, monitoring and authorisation of subcontract payments through to agreement of final accounts. Production and rigorous management of Early Warning Notices and associated registers. Preparation, negotiation and agreement of Compensation Events/variations, extension of time claims, etc. To assist in identifying and proactively managing all commercial risks and opportunities and carrying out value engineering exercises. To encourage and develop a culture of contractual awareness within the site team and ensure that the full contractual entitlement is achieved by rigidly managing records, contractual notifications, change control, etc. To utilise MAXcel costing system to help improve cost control and financial/commercial reporting and ensure that all relevant staff are fully trained to utilise the system to its full potential. To ensure that all Group Procedures are strictly followed by all commercial staff. Establish and implement a robust system of site records for all labour, plant, materials, staff, etc as support for cost substantiation in the event of change and or delays to the contract Works. Establishment a robust system of cost allocation/coding which satisfies both internal and external requirements and ensure that it is strictly followed by all the site team. Attend all internal/external financial meetings as and when required. Preparation of project final accounts To undertake any other work as required of you by the Commercial Manager/Project Manager, etc
Construction Jobs SS1, Southchurch Village, Southend-on-Sea
Aug 14, 2020
Permanent
Our client, a large Highways Maintenance company, is looking for a Quantity Surveyor to join their London team! We're looking for someone with 6-12 years post graduate experience who has worked in Highways or Term Maintenance. Quantity Surveyor Responsibilities: * Check subcontract requisitions and quotations for scope coverage, attendance requirements, quantities, rates, programme delivery and overall value for money. * Produce monthly subcontract Payment Certificates for approval and issue. * Assess and agree subcontractors' Applications for Payment. * Liaise with Operational Managers and Site Supervisors on a regular basis regarding Early Warnings, Compensation Events and other site requirements. * Produce NEC3 contracts for subcontract works and Professional Service Contracts for consultants. * Maintain accurate cost and value records for each maintenance activity and scheme. * Manage subcontract Final Accounts on a monthly basis, and prepare subcontract final accounts. * Provide commercial support to all Operational Teams, Project Managers and Budget Holders. * Carry out annual benchmarking as required. * Support the Commercial Assistant in keeping the subcontract approvals register up to date. * Ensure applications for payment are maximised and submitted on time. * To follow and utilise the Business Management Systems. * Demonstrate added value in service delivery to the Strategic Alliance Partnership between this company and the Client. * Carry out 360º reviews with Subcontractors and the Clients Operational Managers on an annual basis to assess contractual, operational and commercial performance for each financial year. Essential Requirements: * Ability to operate and understand Financial Cost Systems and operate Excel spreadsheets * An understanding of the contract with the Client and its application * Ability to conduct effective negotiations with both the Client and Subcontractors * An understanding of the principles of measurement within the Highways Maintenance environment * An understanding of all forms of NEC3 contracts * Located in Buckinghamshire or willing to relocate * Highways or Rail experience is essential
Construction Jobs CM1, Chelmsford, Essex
Aug 14, 2020
Permanent
Role: Responsible for the day to day planning of works for a set number of gangs, ensuring work is closed correctly and to address queries from the client regarding these jobs.. Responsibilities: * Manage workload to assigned gangs and works area. * Check that gangs have taken all photographs as required by the contract. * Communicate with the client to ensure that work is correctly prioritised and given to the correct gangs. * Check that completed jobs are closed correctly and Highway Authority notified. * Ensure jobs do not exceed the allocated time period otherwise fines will be incurred. * Proactively manage the workload to each gang using a ‘drip feed’ policy. * Maintain records of all works done using prescribed templates. * Become familiar with the noticing requirements of the contract. * Undertake additional duties from time to time as directed by your line manager. General (All Staff) * Any reasonable duties expected of you. * Attend and engage fully in any learning and development activities that are deemed appropriate by your line management. * Carry out all work in accordance with health and safety and any other legal requirements. * Participate in team/business meetings as necessary. * Participate and engage fully in company appraisal/performance review processes and constantly work to improve your individual, your team and the wider group’s performance
Construction Jobs Glasgow, Glasgow City
Aug 14, 2020
Permanent
Job Title: Quantity Surveyor Reporting To: Commercial and Estimating Manager Main Purpose: To efficiently and effectively provide professional surveying support to the Project Manager and his management team, implementing commercial processes and systems on projects, from tender stage to final account. Key Tasks: The following reflect the main tasks associated with your position and are not intended to be exclusive or exhaustive * Provide commercial links between Site Agents, Project Managers and Senior Quantity Surveyors / Commercial Managers. * To ensure commercial security and control of contracts under tender and throughout the project including execution and delivery. * External liaison with suppliers and customers regarding project progress and contractual issues. * Production of commercial reports at intervals to be advised. * Risk analysis and control. * Dispute resolution and arbitration. * Awareness of the estimating process and budget control. * Compliance with Health and Safety Regulations. * To promote equality of opportunity throughout the Company. * To undertake any other reasonable duties as required. Key Relationships: * Departmental relationships within the Company including Site Agents, Project and Contracts Managers, Commercial Managers and Divisional Managing Directors. * Inter-departmental relationships within the company, including Finance, Estimating, Administration, Human Resources, Health and Safety and Quality. * Customer contact regarding contractual issues. * Contact with relevant bodies in dispute resolution and arbitration. Key Skills: * Third level qualification in Engineering or Quantity Surveying * Significant experience in a similar role within a Civil Engineering company * Experience or qualification in contract law * Good commercial awareness * Excellent written and verbal communication skills Key Attributes: * Self motivated for an autonomous role. * Team worker. * Tenacity – ability to stay focused on an issue until it is solved. * Social, environmental and legal awareness. * Problem solver and critical thinker. * Ability to make informed judgements and convey these to the team
Construction Jobs NW1, Regent's Park, Greater London
Aug 14, 2020
Permanent
About the Client: The Group we represent are a family run multinational Civil Engineering contractor. They recognise the need to be adaptable to customers` needs in a complex world. They respond by investing in a total in-house solution to ensure flexibility, control and above all quality and safety. The clients UK and wider global activities are supported by a structured management approach that performs with seamless efficiency. They operate with integrity and transparency to deliver multi-disciplined projects on time and to the highest standards. Role (Main Purpose): To ensure that all commercial and contractual aspects of the relevant projects are properly managed and controlled in an efficient manner to ensure the maximum return for the Group. Key Responsibilities & Duties: * To provide assistance, support and guidance on all commercial issues within the Project(s). * Preparation of internal Cost/Value Reports on a monthly basis to satisfy the requirements of the Commercial Manager and any other reports which may be required. * Preparation of Valuations/Applications for Payment on a monthly basis with full supporting documentation in an efficient and timely manner and in accordance with the contract. * Preparation of Cost Reports to the Client on a monthly basis with full supporting documentation. * Preparation of earned value calculations and detailed projected project outturn costs on a monthly basis. * Preparation and management of subcontract and material Procurement Schedules. * Administration of subcontractor/supplier accounts from the preparation of requisitions, monitoring and authorisation of subcontract payments through to agreement of final accounts. * Production and rigorous management of Early Warning Notices and associated registers. * Preparation, negotiation and agreement of Compensation Events/variations, extension of time claims, etc. * To assist in identifying and proactively managing all commercial risks and opportunities and carrying out value engineering exercises. * To encourage and develop a culture of contractual awareness within the site team and ensure that the full contractual entitlement is achieved by rigidly managing records, contractual notifications, change control, etc. * To utilise MAXcel costing system to help improve cost control and financial/commercial reporting and ensure that all relevant staff are fully trained to utilise the system to its full potential. * To ensure that all Group Procedures are strictly followed by all commercial staff. * Establish and implement a robust system of site records for all labour, plant, materials, staff, etc as support for cost substantiation in the event of change and or delays to the contract Works. * Establishment a robust system of cost allocation/coding which satisfies both internal and external requirements and ensure that it is strictly followed by all the site team. * Attend all internal/external financial meetings as and when required. * Preparation of project final accounts * To undertake any other work as required of you by the Commercial Manager/Project Manager, etc