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Project Quantity Surveyor (London)

Our client , KMB Ltd is a highly regarded multi-disciplinary Construction Consultancy Practice established for over 25 years, with offices in London, Manchester and the East Midlands.

With an enviable client portfolio in retail, leisure and commercial sectors, they offer the full array of cost and project management services for numerous projects throughout the UK and a few specialist retail projects in Europe, USA and Australia.

They demonstrate strong inter-sector collaboration within the company and foster a supportive and progressive work environment.

The Role

They have a new opportunity for a Project Quantity Surveyor based in any of their three offices, with frequent travel to projects across the country.

Working with their team of professional cost consultants, you will assist their clients across a variety of projects,typically lasting up to 12 months, with values up to £5m.

You will be involved in both Pre and Post Contract duties on a number of projects for their prestigious clients including cost planning, tendering, site valuations, cost reporting, cost management and agreement of final accounts.

You will be actively involved in the full project process from initial client engagement through to the project's successful commercial delivery.

This is a fantastic opportunity to further your career in a highly regarded specialist consultancy firm.

The Person

As a Project Quantity Surveyor you will have an RICS accredited BSc or MSc degree in Quantity Surveying, with at least two years commercial experience and be working towards your APC.

Experience gained in a private practice consultancy is highly advantageous.

Experience in any of the following key sectors would also be an advantage: retail, high end restaurants, food and beverage and the health sector.

You will be a knowledgeable surveyor who has had experience of preparing tender and contract documentation, preparing tender reports, managing the cost of change through the design process, acting as Client's QS at site meetings, supporting the PM, overall cost control and negotiating final accounts.

You are confident and comfortable performing client facing duties, with excellent written and verbal communication skills.

You must be enthusiastic, self-motivated and proactive with a strong can-do attitude and professional work ethic.

You are personally organized and can manage numerous projects at the same time.

You will also be IT literate with a good working knowledge and experience of using Microsoft Office, including as a minimum, Outlook, Excel and Word, together with various file sharing platforms.

In Return

In addition to providing rare exposure to some exclusive clients, we offer a competitive salary and excellent company benefits including bonus potential, generous holiday entitlement and full support for your professional development towards Chartered membership of the RICS.

Salary : Negotiable Dependent on experience and location.

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