Trainee Quantity Surveyor Placement Durham 2024

Lock Applications for this job are now closed

To provide support with the financial management on civil engineering projects; to assist with ensuring the measurement, valuation and cash flow on assigned projects are managed effectively.

Key Accountabilities

  • Timely and accurate measurement and valuation of works
  • Accurate and appropriate recording of information relating to the works
  • Attendance at valuation meetings with the client representatives/subcontractors
  • Production of information to assist with financial forecasts and reports
  • Management, valuation and certification of payments to sub-contractors

It is not possible for this document to totally encompass or define all tasks that may be required of the post holder. The outlined duties may therefore vary from time to time without materially changing either the character or level of responsibility.

General Responsibilities

  • The Group is committed to achieving a high standard of Health and Safety in all its activities and the post holder will be expected to contribute to maintaining standards to ensure compliance with all appropriate legislation
  • To take a full role in the implementation of personal development through appraisals and to participate in any identified training or development opportunities
  • To recognise the importance of Fairness, Inclusion and Respect in the workplace, to treat everyone with dignity and respect

Key Measurements:

  • Delivery of valuation of works to senior management
  • Customer and colleague feedback
  • Work safely and efficiently

About you

Experience and Qualifications

  • Evidence of current study in a quantity surveying discipline or similar
  • Minimum of 5 GCSE’s A – C or equivalent including mathematics, ICT and English desirable
  • Full valid UK driving licence desirable
  • Knowledge of SMM7, CESMM , Highways Methods of Measurement advantageous
  • Knowledge of construction processes and procedures are advantageous

Personal Skills

  • Excellent written and face-to-face communication skills
  • Excellent telephone skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Excellent time management skills
  • Good planning and organisational skills
  • Excellent mathematics and IT skills
  • The ability to work with a high degree of accuracy and an organised approach
DEADLINE 29th March 2024