m&e quantity surveyor in city of london

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£ 50,000 per year
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city of london, greater london
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construction & property
job type
£ 50,000 per year
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M&E Quantity Surveyor

Are you sick of the long commute into London? Based in Essex?

If you're an M&E Quantity Surveyor looking at new roles in Essex, I could have the right role for you!

A great opportunity to work for a leading M&E contractor without the long train journey into Central London!

With a healthy order book and expansion continuing for the contractor, they have a mixture of work with projects up to £4 million M&E. With a strong team already in place and one of the best development plans available, this is a great opportunity to help you progress up to the next level.

My client currently has a turnover of £20 million, with the view for this to expand in the next few years. Typically they focus on retail and small works projects.

See below typical duties which may change depending on project and experience level:

* Cost Value reconciliations (CVRs)
* Cash Flow forecasting
* Management of subcontractor accounts
* Negotiation of variations, calculations & settlement of final accounts
* Procurement of specialist Mechanical and Electrical Sub-Contractors
* Managing monthly project cost reports in time for monthly Directors meetings
* Preparation of monthly Project Valuations and preparation of Project Final Account

Candidate requirements:

* Ambitious and enthusiastic towards their career and projects
* Strong communication skills
* Experience working within an M&E Contractor
* Relevant qualifications
* Benefits
* Competitive salary, car allowance, pension, healthcare, expenses and discretionary bonus
* Retail/Small works project experience

For further information please give me a call on 02036800650


Lily George

Randstad CPE values diversity and promotes equality. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. We encourage and welcome applications from all sections of society and are more than happy to discuss reasonable adjustments and/or additional arrangements as required to support your application.

Candidates must be eligible to live and work in the UK.

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