Skip to main content

Quantity Surveyor - Sundridge (near Sevenoaks), Kent

Building the present, creating the future

Description
We require Quantity Surveyors to join our team, working out of our offices in Sundridge. The current work includes the Network Rail Sussex and Kent Framework which includes Structures, Earthworks, and Station Building and Enhancement projects with range of values from £100K station jobs to £15m enhancement projects. Various multidisciplinary projects. NEC Option C (Target Cost).

We are keen to consider candidates from various levels including Assistant QS, Intermediate QS and Section QS levels.

Located in the South East, to be based at our Sundridge office - or a project within Network Rail's Sussex and Kent routes - you will:

• Work in a team - reporting to a Senior QS.
• Produce cost reports.
• Assist with Target Costs production.
• Subcontract procurement.
• Change management.
• Busy reporting timetable - must be organised.

Job Requirements

Your qualifications and experience should include:

  • Rail experience, although not essential.
  • Contractor or subcontractor experience.
  • NEC experience preferable, but not essential.
  • Construction qualifications.



What do we offer?
In addition to a competitive salary and benefits package, we provide continuing development opportunities within a creative and considerate work environment.

BAM Nuttall is committed to equality of opportunity in all its employment practices, and to developing policies that support work-life balance.

Company Information
BAM Nuttall is focused on providing the highest professional standards in the civil engineering market, with emphasis on building strong, honest and long lasting relationships with satisfied customers. We have established an unrivalled reputation for delivering complex and challenging civil engineering projects that have played a significant role in shaping the infrastructure of modern Britain.

Quantity Surveyor - Sundridge (near Sevenoaks), Kent

BAM Careers
Sundridge, Sevenoaks, UK

Published on 3 Dec 2019