A quantity surveying role with a bespoke developer in the Great Glasgow region
An opportunity for a quantity surveyor with strong housebuilding experience to join a 5-star housebuilder in the west central belt
Managing Quantity Surveyor
Contract Scotland are working to source a managing quantity surveyor, with a market leading main contractor in the major refurbishment of social and private housing across the country. Specialising in External Wall insulation, their main client base are Local Authorities and Housing Associations , with projects ranging from £10,000 to £6m.
The role of the managing quantity surveyor will be to manage the existing commercial team, on a day-to-day basis, ensuring the department is commercially astute, responsive and compliant, working to tight budgets, deadlines and helping streamline processes for commercial effectiveness. Reporting to the Commercial Manager, the role requires strong communication and leadership skills, as well as a thorough understanding of project management and budgeting.
Based near Paisley in a purpose built office, our client are close to a number of amenities and major motorway links. Their services include fabric repairs, roughcast, roofing, cladding, installation of new windows, doors, joiner and plumbing works. With an in-house team of over 100 qualified trades and additional use of sub-contractors, this family-run business is a major employer in the area.
If you like managing people and are looking for a family-run business that has a loyal staff base and committed to home improvements with the communities who need it most, then please get in touch with Nicola Monro directly or apply using the link
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