Feb 17, 2021
£55,000 - £85,000 yearly
Are you an experienced Quantity Surveyor within the structures/RC frame sector?
* Would working for a thriving organisation (even in the current climate) as Quantity Surveyor excite you?
* Can you successfully oversee your own portfolio of projects as Quantity Surveyor?
If you answered YES to the above questions, I have what you’re looking for!
A multi-disciplined contractor based in Central London is looking to recruit a Quantity Surveyor with experience in the structures and RC frame sector due to newly awarded projects.
Typically, their projects range between £500k-20m and they have the ability to act as principal contractor or subcontractor.
Successful Quantity Surveyor applicants will come from a background of delivering the commercial function for drainage, sub/super structure and RC projects within the above value range. A structured career history working for civils contractors is essential for this Quantity Surveyor position.
There is also an exciting opportunity for the successful Quantity Surveyor to develop into Commercial Management in the near future whilst learning new skills and sectors along the way.
If this Quantity Surveyor opportunity is of interest to you, then please get in touch with Andy Cook on the contact details provided or apply to this advert directly.
For the last 5 years I have specialised in recruiting within the demolition, groundworks and RC frame sectors. In June 2019, I started up CG Specialist Recruitment with the goal of helping as many people within these specialist sectors as possible.
How Can I Help You?
Over the years, I have built a vast network of Hiring Managers within these sectors. With every company I work with, I like to know about the hiring manager, the company’s story, the culture and where they want to be in the future. This will allow me to match your skill set and character to the best possible organisations. I am happy to have a chat either over the phone or in person as to how I can help you to take advantage of the current market conditions