Quantity Surveyor

  • 3D Personnel
  • Dublin, Ireland
  • Sep 17, 2019
Permanent Quantity Surveyor

Job Description

Vacancy: Quantity Surveyor

Location: Dublin

Salary: € 65K - € 75K


One of Ireland’s best known Irish building contractors is currently recruiting for a Quantity Surveyor to work on large scale residential project in Dublin area.

The successful candidate will have 4+ years ideally working in a similar role with a developer or main contractor and will have a hunger to develop and grow within the company.

The Successful candidate will be working alongside a Commercial Manager on some of Ireland’s most prestigious construction projects whilst dealing with clients on a day to day basis.


Responsibilities of Quantity Surveyor:


  • Administration of subcontractors including processing payments, obtaining final account agreements, and resolving disputed issues by negotiation, if appropriate.
  • Be responsible for the timely production of appropriate levels of applications for payments in accordance with the provisions of the conditions of the contract.
  • Final Accounts – assessment of timely submission of final accounts giving regular updates to the client to ensure expectations are aligned
  • Provide commercial advice to the site team, and management on all contractual issues
  • Attend and provide input to relevant  customer/client  commercial meetings
  • Provide input to contracts with client's representatives
  • Advise and mitigate the effects of disputes, recognise potential contractual issues on site and make records to protect client’s interests
  • Provide and control strategy of commercial contracts with client's representatives. 


The Person:


  • HND or Degree in Quantity Surveying (or other commercially related discipline).
  • 4+ years’ experience in a similar role on residential projects in Ireland or UK
  • RICS membership as advantage
  • Good management skills, with the ability to motivate self and colleagues to perform.
  • Good planning and time management skills; able to manage activities simultaneously without compromising on standards and quality.
  • Ability to work with colleagues to contribute to project and operational performance.
  • Sound knowledge of construction practises and standards.
  • Proficiency in administration, writing, numeracy, IT and MS Office.
  • Valid CSCS/SafePass card
  • A full clean driving licence