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Quantity Surveyor

  • Up to £50,000
  • Consultancy
  • Wiltshire

Quantity Surveyor

Construction Consultancy

Up to £50,000 p/a (Negotiable for the right candidate)


About the company

A well established, progressive, forward thinking multi-disciplinary Construction Consultancy with offices throughout the UK, are seeking a Quantity Surveyor to join their team based out of Swindon.

They have built a strong reputation in the industry and work on some exciting, high profile Construction and Refurbishment projects in a number of sectors. With more and more work coming from a single major client, they are in need of a professional, articulate Quantity Surveyor.

The successful Quantity Surveyor will be joining an organisation who have built a reputation within the industry by employing and developing high calibre people.

About the role:

The successful Quantity Surveyor / Senior Quantity Surveyor will be responsible for:

  • Cost estimating
  • Regular reporting to clients
  • Cost control from inception through to completion.
  • Employers Agent duties
  • Contract Administration

You will largely be working in the Rail sector, although not exclusively

The successful Quantity Surveyor will have every opportunity to progress to a more senior role within the company should they desire.

About the requirements:

  • The successful Quantity Surveyor needs to have strong experience in the Rail
  • Exceptional client facing skills are prerequisite as is the ability to manage projects ranging in value.
  • You will be resilient and assertive.
  • Recently chartered through RICS or close to

About the salary:

  • Up to £50,000 (Negotiable for the right candidate)
  • Generous pension contribution
  • Generous annual leave entitlement with annual increase
  • Multiple perks
  • Remote working available

If you are a Consultancy based Project Manager or Quantity Surveyor of any level and seeking a new role, please contact Damian Eatwell at Cityscape on (phone number removed) or (phone number removed)