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Quantity Surveyor - High Voltage - Kent

Up to £50,000 + package - Utilities - Surveying
Ref: 41573 Date Posted: Wednesday 03 Mar 2021
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Quantity Surveyor – High Voltage

Aylesford, Kent


Salary + Package: £50k + car/car allowance, pension and 21 days annual leave excluding bank holidays. 

There is an opportunity for a Quantity Surveyor to join a high voltage transmission and distribution contractor that provides specialist energy services to the utility sectors globally, exceeding client expectations through innovation and sustainability. The contractor specialises in the turnkey construction of high voltage projects (3.3 kV – 400 kV) within the transmission and distribution market.

Quantity Surveyors role:

  • As the Surveyor you will be commercially managing new build and substation High voltage projects in the Kent area.
  • To maintain and build a database for the supply chain assuring best value from suppliers and subcontractors. 
  • Interface with DNO on design and point of connection application.

The Quantity Surveyors Qualifications, experience and skills:

  • Minimum HNC in construction/civil engineering.
  • 4 years’ experience in the construction/engineering industry within the UK electricity (HV) sector. 
  • Commercial awareness and business acumen.
  • Ability to work under pressure and perform only evidence-based decision making.
  • Ability to identify and manage risk and prioritise without losing sight of overall plans and priorities.
  • Stakeholder, Contract and Team Management.

What’s in it for you?

*This is an opportunity to join a growing and professional business and move through the career ranks quickly within internally established contractor*

If you are an interested Quantity Surveyor and want to find out more, get in touch with a specialist HV Utilities specialist Vincent Murie today via the phone on 07983458933 or by emailing v.murie@calco.co.uk.  


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