Assistant Quantity Surveyor

Edwards & Pearce
£25000 per annum
13 Oct 2016
21 Oct 2016
Contract Type
Job Title: Assistant Quantity Surveyor Salary: £25,000 Location: Scunthorpe OVERVIEW: My client is a leading supplier / contractor within the rail industry and is seeking the services of an Assistant Quantity Surveyor to manage costings and materials for rail projects. THE ROLE - Support with tendering and pricing - Advise on methods of procurement - Establish employers order of priorities e.g. time and phasing requirements, cost and quality - Validate invoices - Prepare variations of contract - Undertake site surveys and site measurement - Manage project cost plan - Attend site meetings THE CANDIDATE - Have a reasonable understanding of rail infrastructure - Quantity Surveyor experience - Degree educated - Experience with tender analysis and calculating project costs THE COMPANY - Rail contractor - Contractor to major leading companies THE BENEFITS: - Salary up to £25,000 - 25 days holiday plus bank holidays - Free Parking If you would like to apply for this role please forward your CV preferably in Microsoft Word format to us including your full postal address and contact telephone numbers. THE CONSULTANCY Edwards & Pearce is a professional recruitment consultancy with 11 specialist divisions managed by experts in their own area of recruitment Established in 1998 Employ approx 30 staff 2 offices in Doncaster & Hull Edwards & Pearce operates according to a strict ethical code and aims to offer both candidates and clients the highest levels of professionalism and customer service. Edwards & Pearce has an enviable client base including plc's, blue chip organisations and SME's , global FMCG manufacturing, the public sector, charities and the Big 4 accountancy firms achieving preferred supplier status with many clients From the 2 offices based in Yorkshire, Edwards & Pearce successfully recruit for not only local, regional and national clients but has also undertaken and filled international assignments. This job was originally posted as