M&E Quantity Surveyor
Currently available is an opportunity to join a specialist Electrical & Mechanical contractor which is going through a period of rapid expansion. This an exciting time for our organisation and we would like a key individual to join our project delivery team.
As the Project Quantity Surveyor, you will be responsible for all commercial aspects, from Tender enquiries through to final account negotiation with our clients. Your duties will also include cost monitoring, variation and subcontract contract management.
Dyer & Butler Electrical was established by an electrical team with extensive knowledge and experience of the UK Airport sector. Electrical works include Aeronautical ground lighting (AGL), LV distribution, Lighting, Cable Management inc installation, Aircraft head of stands equipment, testing & inspections, surveys and energy management. We have experienced growth in both our airports work as well as off airport project works. Off airport works includes Electrical installation projects, rail/tube and office refurbishment.
Our company ethos is to provide the right team with the correct skill base and experience to deliver projects with minimal fuss and a non-confrontational approach. Consequently we have developed successful long standing relationships with our client.
Overview / Responsibilities:
The M&E Quantity Surveyor is responsible for the following tasks, some of which they will implement directly
Experience, Qualifications and Characteristics:
Enquiries to Genevieve.firstname.lastname@example.org.
** Dyer & Butler Electrical is an equal opportunities employer **
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