Quantity Surveyor - Response Maintenance (No Travel)

Posted 13 March 2024
Salary £30000 - £38000 per annum + Pension, Health, Generous Annual Leave
LocationNorthern Ireland
Job type Permanent
Discipline Construction
Contact NameAisling Bishop

Job description

Are you a qualified Quantity Surveyor with experience in response or planned maintenance, looking for an opportunity to develop your career in the construction industry?

As a result of internal progression, the opportunity has arisen for a QS to join our client's response maintenance contracts team. This is a fantastic step for anyone looking to strengthen their commercial management skills within an evolving company. Providing comprehensive services across Social Housing, Construction & Fit-out, Facilities Management and M&E projects.

Is this for you?

  • You have been working within a Quantity Surveying role or similar for 2 or more years.
  • You will benefit from joining a supportive team structure, with leadership who have progressed from the same position as yourself.
  • You enjoy getting out of the office but want to avoid lengthy trips and weekly travel.
  • You are excited to join a growing, multi-award winning company with ambitious plans for creating social value and sustainable solutions.
  • You have gained knowledge of Public Sector and NEC3 Contracts and hoping to up-skill in the delivery of respective projects from pre-tender to client hand over.

Your new role

Working with Senior colleagues and reporting to the Head of Contracts, you will provide successful management of all commercial aspects of individual projects.

You will apply the skills and knowledge gained throughout your career thus far, carrying out a full range of QS responsibilities and ensuring commercial/contractual targets are being achieved.

You will have excellent communication skills and feel comfortable supporting junior/apprentice team members where necessary.

In return, you will benefit from a competitive starting salary, 30 days annual leave, access to health and wellbeing initiatives and a full scope of training and progression opportunities.

The hours of work Monday to Friday, 8.00am - 5.00pm, and involve time spent in the office with your team, as well as site visits across the province.

For a confidential discussion about this opportunity and your next career step, please submit your CV via the link and contact Aisling Bishop on 02890313720 or