Assistant Quantity Surveyor Job In Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, A.d.s Construction Personnel Ltd

Published 2022-08-04
Expires 2022-09-04
ID #1114651564
38000 £
Assistant Quantity Surveyor Job In Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, A.d.s Construction Personnel Ltd
United Kingdom, Cambridgeshire, Cambridge,
Published August 4, 2022

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Assistant quantity surveyor
Min. Salary: 30000.00

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Assistant Quantity Surveyor Cambridge

A great opportunity for a dynamic Assistant Quantity Surveyor to join a long-established contractor, site based in Cambridge

Staff development / promoting from within has always been key to this company’s success / structure.

Successful, cash rich and always moving forward - they have a well-earned reputation for delivering high quality general contracting schemes, and a loyal client base who give them lots of repeat business.
Clients ask them to work on their schemes!

The role - Assistant Quantity Surveyor

You will be predominantly site based in Cambridge, working on multi-million pound new build and refurbishment general contracting schemes

Sector include: Research and Development, Commercial, Manufacturing, Automotive, Health care, and Education.

The primary function of this role is to provide commercial support to the Senior Quantity Surveyor and overall project team on all financial and contractual matters.

The right person - Assistant Quantity Surveyor

You will be a strong Assistant Quantity Surveyor with general contracting, Subcontracting or Civil Engineering experience
Proven experience of working on new build or refurbishments projects in a similar role is desirable
Successful procurement experience
Strong numerical and IT skills, especially MS Excel
Experience in re-measurement of key trades packages
Working knowledge of relevant contract conditions
Experience of assisting cost control on construction projects
Valid UK driving license

Qualifications required: HNC in construction or a Degree in Quantity Surveying

£30 – 38k depending on experience, bonus scheme, 4% pension, 25 days hols.

Assistant Quantity Surveyor / Quantity Surveyor / Construction vacancies / Bedfordshire / Cambridgeshire / Recruitment / Bedford / Cambridge / Milton Keynes

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    38000 £ / Per annum

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    A.d.s Construction Personnel Ltd
    Registered on October 7, 2017


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