£37k per year + Pension + Private Healthcare
0844 406 0086
8 months ago
Are you an Intermediate Quantity Surveyor or Quantity Surveyor with experience of working across Building Services or Facilities Management contracts? If so then please read further about this new opportunity and apply with your CV today.
What’s in it for you?
- Salary of £37,000 per annum
- 25 days holiday + bank holidays per annum
- Healthcare, company pension scheme
- A long term career opportunity in a successful company, who hold long-term contracts and offer genuine career progression
You’ll be working on interesting and expansive estate based in Oxfordshire. You will work closely with the Contracts Manager and the Commercial Manager ensuring that the maintenance works carried out are measured correctly within the NEC3 framework. You will also work with the National procurement team to ensure value for money across the contract and ensure efficiencies are delivered at every available opportunity.
You will mainly be working across multiple works typically with a value of no more than £25k.
This role is based on a large single site estate in Oxfordshire.
What you’ll need:
- Commercial experience working within a NEC3 framework
- Previous experience of working within a Facilities Management or Building Services environment – preferably for an FM service provider
- You’ll have exceptional communication skills managing relationships between key stakeholders
- The successful applicant will be required to go through enhanced vetting.
Having HNC equivalent or higher in Quantity surveying would be highly advantageous.
If you have the relevant skills and experience and you’re looking to work with a company who can offer job security, then please apply today with your updated CV and why you think you’re right for the role, to email@example.com, and I’ll get in touch with a view to progressing your application to interview stage asap,
Interviews for this role will be held week commencing 10th February. There will be a 1 stage interview process which will be held at the Oxfordshire estate.