Quantity Surveyor/Procurement Manager


To apply please send your CV to holly@interpersonneluk.co.uk


Quantity Surveyor/Procurement Manager

Salary: Up to £45k - £55k DOE plus excellent benefits


Job Summary:


We are looking for somebody who will be responsible for administering multiple maintenance, M&E and building contracts primarily within a framework environment under the NEC Form of Contract in conjunction with Project Managers and delivery teams. You will provide appropriate, considered commercial services and support that enables the successful delivery of the Work Packages awarded within the Framework by the Board.


Skills and Qualifications:

Minimum of 5 years’ experience in Quantity Surveying or Built Asset Procurement

Good working knowledge and experience of the NEC forms of contract

Knowledge and experience of M&E, facilities management and maintenance projects

Be able to demonstrate experience of working within a project management environment

High level of expertise in MS Office to include word and excel

Good understanding of MS Project or similar programme management software

Demonstrate a keen appreciation of the options that may be used in Commercial management of Contracts

Understanding of ERP, Tendering, Contract Administration and document sharing software's



Interpersonnel are operating as an Employment Agency for our client for this particular role. By applying you give consent for your data to be handled and processed under GDPR Legislation for the purpose of your current employment search.

We are pleased to receive a significant number of applications for most roles advertised. We are therefore unable to respond to individual applicants unless shortlisted. If you have not been contacted within four weeks of the closing date you should assume you have not been shortlisted on this occasion.

Interpersonnel is an equal opportunities employer. Our all current vacancies are on our website www.interpersonneluk.co.uk/vacancies


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