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Trainee Quantity Surveyor

  • £25,000 - £35,000
  • Main Contractor - Build
  • Buckinghamshire

About the company:

Our client is a high-end developer Whose head office is in South Buckinghamshire and operate through Berks, Bucks & Hertfordshire. They specialise in a variety of high-end developments across both the residential and commercial sectors covering affluent areas of Hertfordshire and Home Counties. Staff progression and development is important to the company. Selective and shrewd land acquisitions have led to a strong pipeline for the years ahead, which has led the need to selectively recruit for key commercial positions within the business. The organization provides excellent career potential for professionals joining the business. This company has a very close, friendly atmosphere with the sense of a family company, and is based in a nice town centre location, with access to the M1, M25, and direct trains into London.

 About the opportunity:

The Directors have pinpointed an opportunity for a new Trainee to Assistant level Quantity Surveyor to join the team. Currently, my client has a niche project pipeline covering refurbishment and new build houses in and around the Windsor, Henley and Gerrards Cross areas. You will be expected to have formal qualification in Quantity Surveying, or some experience in a similar role for a developer/contractor or sub-contractor.

My client run a lean team with everyone working hard across their specific discipline to achieve tight deadlines and profit margins. This is a superb opportunity for someone who wishes to take on large amounts of responsibility with the chance to quickly progress in company with no ‘glass ceiling’. You will be working for some of the most supportive and personable Directors I have come across who really takes pride in seeing their staff achieve.

 About the benefits and rewards:

Salary will be in the region of £25,000 – £35,000. They also offer a personalised bonus scheme reflective of both the business success and the individual’s progress.