Quantity Surveyor (QS)

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Location: Derby
Salary: £0 per annum
Job Type: Permanent
Date Posted: 21 August 2019
Recruiter: Critical Project Resourcing
A leading engineering contractor in Derby are looking for a QS to join them on a fantastic rail electrification contract. This is a fantastic opportunity for a Quantity Surveyor who has been working at the Assistant level to step into a QS role, reporting into the Senior Quantity Surveyor, and potentially mentoring a Junior AS/ Assistant QS.

Experience:

- Ideally experience working in the Rail sector

- Experience providing input into project forecasts

- Change control experience - tracking/ administering CAF`s and CRR`s and evaluation of change. 

If you would be interested in discussing this opportunity further please contact Sophie at Critical Project Resourcing on 01732 455 300  or click `apply` now!

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