Pertemps are delighted to be working with one of its key clients who have a number of exciting opportunities for people keen to progress their career in Quantity Surveying.
We are looking for people to join an established and expanding team and over the course of your career at with the company you will have the opportunity to work on a variety of Projects ranging in value from £25k to £200M.
In this role you will primarily be responsible for all the commercial and/or operational aspects of the contracts allocated to you by your Manager. You will be provided a diverse portfolio of projects from working on our leakage programme to working on a large DPC (Direct Procurement for Customers) project worth billions of pounds.
This role is based at Reading, Berkshire with a salary of up to £41,000, depending on skills and experience.
There is a competitive Salary package includes up to 28 days annual leave depending on length of service, generous Pension scheme whereby the company will match twice of what you contribute up to a 12% company contribution, life insurance of 8 x salary, annual pay review, season ticket loans and loyalty awards for continuous service.
A valid UK driving licence would be beneficial as there will be some travel required to other company sites.
Working within an established team you will gain insight into how the UK's largest water company selects and manages its suppliers across a wide spectrum of services, from supplying pumps to repairing leaks, and recruiting temporary staff through to managing our facilities or treatment plant upgrades.
You will be a part of a highly professional Quantity Surveying team empowered to make decisions and responsible for all commercial aspects of their Contracts. The role will provide a diverse range of Quantity Surveying duties in pre and post Contract areas.
This role also offers you the opportunity to become a Chartered Quantity Surveyor and you would have the opportunity to work within a very successful structured APC training programme with the support network of a number of Chartered Quantity Surveyors, RICS APC assessors and colleagues studying to become MRICS and FRICS.
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