Project Quantity Surveyor

We are looking for a Project Quantity Surveyor to join our client based in the Cheshire area on a permanent basis.

Role: Project Quantity Surveyor
Position Type: Permanent
Hours: Full time
Salary: Negotiable
Location: Cheshire
Industry:  Petrochemical/ Process/ Refinery
Reference: HQ6119
Date Posted: 14/06/2017

What does the job involve?

The role will require you to support the Key Account/Project Manager with change control and Purchase order adjustments, ensuring cash flow is neutral as well as working closely with the Planning Engineer and Estimator to understand the basis of estimates, which will allow scope change be clearly understood. As the Project Quantity Surveyor you will:

  • Ensure timely and accurate invoicing of all work completed within the monthly accounting period, ensuring that for each job costs & revenues are summarised by the job.
  • Ensure all commercial systems, procedures and support tools are met in full, efficiency in the evaluation & cost collection for performance analysis and decision making.
  • Produce monthly production and analysis of cost reports for fixed price/target cost actuals versus budget performance.
  • Be involved in a monthly assessment of work in progress/accruals and completion of account profit and loss position.

What skills and experience do you need?

  • A mixture of commercial and engineering, Mechanical and SIP background
  • 5 + years commercial experience in petrochemical, process, refining sectors.
  • Experience of Overhauls, Projects & Term Maintenance work
  • Familiar with operating mechanical, electrical, scaffolding, insulation & painting maintenance schedule of rates & fixed price contracts, main options and key clauses essential.

What are the pay and benefits?


If you feel this opportunity could be a fit for your skills and experience, please reply to this advert and one of our Consultants will contact you to discuss the role in more detail. Recruitment processes with our Clients usually move quickly and successful applicants will advance to interview stage promptly. Regrettably, only applicants who demonstrate the required experience outlined in the advert will be contacted.

If successful, candidates will need to prove eligibility and legal entitlement to work in the UK.