Senior Quantity Surveyor

Ref: VAC-315392
  • Salary: £55,000
  • Region: Cheshire
  • Industry: Housing
  • Employment Type: Permanent


Job Description

Senior Quantity Surveyor

Ionic is currently seeking a Senior Quantity Surveyor on behalf of a very well established and leading northwest based New Build Housing Developer. The company operate in most areas of residential development and have an unparalleled reputation for high standards of project delivery; which has resulted in them obtaining over 80% of their business by negotiation.

They have seen a 100% increase in their new build housing sites within the last 12 months and are on target to deliver in excess of 400 this year, they will look for an increase of around 200 units year on year for the next two years. This growth presents a real opportunity for you, an experienced Senior Quantity Surveyor to develop your career as well as stability for the company.

Owing to major expansion and new contract awards, the business is seeking to appoint an experienced Senior Quantity Surveyor to join their business. The role will see you given the opportunity to head up a small team and develop your career moving forward as the company continues to grow.

Working in a well-supported team environment, the successful Senior Quantity Surveyor will be required to produce valuations, payments of sub-contractors, procurement and CVRs. The role will see you managing an Assistant Quantity Surveyor working on JCT D&B new build housing projects with your time equally split between office and site. The role comes with full autonomy and you will be expected to manage your own days.

If you are looking for a role that will not give you autonomy but will see you working for a progressive company with a strong pipeline of work, then this is the role for you and you should click the link to apply.

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