Quantity Surveyor - Nuclear, Bath

Last update 2024-06-21
Expires 2024-07-21
ID #2129872064
Quantity Surveyor - Nuclear, Bath
United Kingdom, Somerset, Bath,
Modified April 24, 2024


Do you have the energy to transform?

Are you looking for an exciting opportunity to make a positive impact supporting the UK Government’s strategy of Net Zero 2050?

Vulcain Engineering Group provides Engineering consultancy services across multiple Industry sectors on a global scale. With operations in 40 countries and employing over 2700 staff worldwide, our business responds to the needs of our clients by providing expertise in the form of high added value engineering services. Our UK business, is well positioned within the UK Nuclear industry. By consistently delivering exemplary outcomes for our customers the Group has seen steady growth and expansion.

We now have exciting permanent opportunities for motivated and suitably qualified Quantity Surveyors to join our Technical Communities based in the South West of England. Join us and be part of making a valuable contribution to the mega-infrastructure, Nuclear New Build project at Hinkley Point C (HPC).

The Role
The Quantity Surveyor will support the commercial requirements of contracts and ensure upkeep of schedule performance in a fast paced, large and complex construction programme. They will need excellent communication skills, the ability to provide concise reports and understand and influence technical discussions across multi disciplines.

Key Duties, Tasks and Responsibilities
Work closely with Contract and Client Planning engineers.
Monitor performance against contract programmes and report issues within the Critical Path team for onward dissemination / escalation as required.
Build and maintain close working relationships with other disciplines within the organisation, particularly the Area Delivery and Construction Teams.
Support and coordinate Critical Path resources to meet agreed targets.
Gain information from multiple sources, across the project using project tools e.g. P6 outputs, Excel databases/spreadsheets, Power BI, Share Point, CEMAR, written and verbal conversations etc.
Will require significant time in the field, possibly in the supply chain.
Prepare and support monthly review evaluation reports/schedules and flow forecasts for submission to the Delivery Integration team
Have a good working understanding of contract and commercial law and apply this knowledge practically.

Candidate Requirements
Questioning attitude
Ability to understand complex schedules
Financial and Commercial awareness
IT skills – MS Office (Word, Excel, Visio etc.), Primavera P6 (not essential)
The ability to work well as part of a team
The ability to work under their own initiative, with minimal supervision
A good current understanding of the building industry

Hybrid working
Private medical & dental insurance
25 days annual leave plus bank holidays
Matched Pension scheme
Cycle to work scheme
Training and development
Employee referral scheme
Enhanced company sick pay
Enhanced maternity and paternity pay
Travel & Life Insurance
Employee assistance program

Due to the nature of the work, role holders will be required to undergo a Basic Security clearance (BPSS) and must have Independent Right to Work in the UK.

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Quantity surveyor - nuclear

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