Quantity Survey Manager

Job Description

  • Technically lead and manage the Quantity Surveying team in the areas of cost planning, procurement, and post contract
  • Drive a business development strategy for the team with support from Management
  • Manage team member resourcing for optimal utilization across the team and the wider organization
  • Be accountable for the performance of the team and quality outputs
  • Training, mentoring, and teaching the QS team including the ongoing implementation of internal mentoring and training programs
  • Proactive review and improvement of systems, procedures, documentation, and processes
  • Lead the establishment and maintenance of a cost database, benchmarking data, and other information relating to Contractors, Suppliers, and Consultants including linking with peers to share knowledge 
  • Develop a strong and up-to-date understanding of market rates and the true cost of construction in the project assigned
  • Identify, analyze and develop responses to commercial risks
  • Manage the valuation and payment of completed work with suppliers, subcontractors, and materials delivered
  • Lead and manage the control of the cost of projects via transparent and competitive procurement and contractual administration/management processes
  • Commercial management and leadership of projects including review and responses to Contractual claims, preparation and issue of letters, notices, and contractual correspondence to Customers and/or Contractors
  • Provide Value engineering options including the cost and procurement implications
  • Lead and manage the assessment and valuation of Variations
  • Advice on contractual matters and settlement of contractual disputes
  • Performs all other tasks as assigned by the direct supervisor or Management


Job Requirements

  • A recognized bachelor’s degree in Quantity Surveying, Contract Management, Construction Management, or similar or equivalent 
  • A minimum of 15-years’ experience in the related field role including at least 8-years in a managerial role
  • Experience working on high-rise building, residential, commercial and retail would be a clear advantage
  • An advanced understanding of FIDIC forms of contract rules is essential
  • Good command of English in both spoken and written
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications
  • Experience in a Construction Company will be an advantage across both contractor and cost consultancy roles is preferred
  • Excellent organizational and multitasking abilities
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