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Quantity Surveyor - Groundworks & Civil Engineering

Anderselite LTD
Manchester, North West, M50 1RD
Closing date
May 29, 2023

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Quantity Surveyor - Groundworks & Civil Engineering - Manchester - £45 - £57k plus package (depending on experience) - call me for more information - email to apply

My client are a medium sized civil engineering and groundworks contractor based in the Greater Manchester area. Typical projects for this contractor consist of groundwork projects, demolition, remediation, muck shift and general civil engineering projects.

This is a split office and site based role. The office is in Greater Manchester and the sites are in the North West area (Manchester / Lancashire and Liverpool) areas.


Identifying, analysing and developing responses to commercial risks

Undertaking costs analysis

Providing advice on contractual claims

Assisting in establishing a clients requirements and undertaking feasibility studies

Performing risk and value management and cost control

Advising on procurement strategy

Preparing and analysing costing for tenders

Allocating work to subcontractors

Candidate essentials

Subcontracting groundworks background (must have run groundworks projects from inception to final account).

ESSENTIAL: Must have previously worked for a groundwork's subcontractor

Must have run complex civil engineering and groundworks jobs as a lead quantity surveyor

Must have experience working in a fast paced civil engineering environment

Good Excel Knowledge

Compiled and administered NEC subcontract contracts previously


£45,000 -£57,000 (depending on experience) please note they are open to seeing assistant level candidates who have ran own projects too
Car Allowance
Pension plus contributions

To apply please email
If you want more information please ring on
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