We look after roles of all levels including: Graduate Quantity Surveyor, Apprentice Quantity Surveyor, Junior Quantity Surveyor, Assistant Quantity Surveyor, Quantity Surveyor, and Senior Quantity Surveyor. Browse our available roles below or register as a candidate with us and we’ll be in touch to help find your next construction job!
Quantity surveyors manage the costs and budgets of a construction project. They help to ensure that the construction project is completed within the projected budget and timeline. Most quantity surveyors tend to be based in an office or a temporary office on a construction site and typically work standard office hours of 37 to 40 hours per week.
The day-to-day role of a quantity surveyor is varied and dependant on whether you work for the client or as a contractor. Working as a quantity surveyor, you’ll need to carry out price and forecasting the cost of project materials, prepare tender and contract documents, negotiate contracts and work schedules, allocate work schedules for subcontractors and keep regular reporting.
There are several routes to get into a career as a quantity surveyor; the most common route involves completing a university or higher education course. There are specific degrees in quantity surveying, commercial management or elated construction subjects that are accredited by the Institute for Chartered Surveyors (RICS).
However, you do not need to have a degree to become a quantity surveyor. Several apprenticeships and training programmes will help you progress into job as a quantity surveyor.
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