Mechanical Quantity Surveyor, Newry

Job Details

DesignBuild Search are working closely with a rapidly expanding Mechanical contractor in Newry. Due to growth they have an opening for an experienced Mechanical Quantity Surveyor. The successful applicant can work from our clients Newry or North Dublin office. The successful applicant will be joining a dynamic team involved in a range of large residential schemes.
 
Minimum requirements:

  • Minimum of 5+ experience working as a Quantity Surveyor.
  • Experience working in the M & E industry.
  • Excellent negotiation and communication skills. 
  • Proficiency in cost estimation and financial analysis. 
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team. 
  • Strong organisational and problem-solving abilities.
  • RICS membership would be desirable but not essential.
  • Computer literacy, including proficiency in Microsoft Office and relevant software. 
  • A clean UK/ROI driver licence and comfortable traveling to sites in the Greater Dublin area.  

 
Responsibilities include:

  • Manage all commercial aspects of projects, including cost control, budget management, and subcontractor management. 
  • Conduct accurate and detailed cost estimates, procurement, and tender processes. 
  • Collaborate with project teams to ensure the timely and cost-effective delivery of projects. 
  • Identify and mitigate commercial risks while maximizing project profitability. 
  • Review and negotiate contracts with subcontractors and suppliers. 
  • Monitor project financial performance and provide regular reports to senior management. 
  • Develop and maintain strong relationships with stakeholders, including subcontractors, suppliers, and consultants. 
  • Mentor and support junior members of the commercial team. 
  • To ensure the optimum commercial return is achieved for the project. 
  • Prepare the cost/value reconciliation reports accurately. 
  • Prepare and agree on interim valuations at the agreed dates to gain the best commercial advantage for the company. 
  • Agree on final accounts with subcontractors to maximise project margins. 
  • Ensure sub-contract orders are prepared in accordance with company procedure with reference to the date given on the procurement schedules in accordance with the contract programme having achieved the appropriate approvals. 
  • Maintain control of accounts and minimise the cost of any variations.