Apple Recruitment are seeking to recruit a temporary Quantity Surveyor for our public sector housing client based in L/Derry.
This role is temporary, Initially for 3 months with possible extensions, Please note the closing date is 21st of October, 5pm.
Hourly Rate is £13.99, 37 hours per week, mon-fri 9am-5pm.
We are preferably seeking experience preferable previous experience in domestic extensions /preparation of Pricing schedules / remeasurement / Valuations/Final accounts
The problem solving responsibility of the grade is usually of a technical nature concerned with the solution of detailed or specific problems which arise in the application of rules and regulations, methods and techniques.
Essential Qualification Criteria:
Candidates must meet one of the following requirements
a Bachelor’s Degree or an equivalent 3rd level qualification in Quantity Surveying or a related discipline plus at least 2 years’ relevant post qualification experience.
a BTEC Higher or equivalent qualification in a construction related discipline plus at least 3 years’ relevant post qualification experience.
Exceptionally, 5 years’ working experience in a construction related discipline.
Relevant experience must include demonstrable knowledge of building construction, standard methods of measurement, bill of quantities software packages such as CATO and use of software packages such as Microsoft Office.
Please email your CV in Microsoft word format to Aoife by clicking on the link below
Applicants must ensure their CV is accurate and up to date. The CV should include your full employment history inclusive of dates, all academic achievements and full personal contact details.
Please note only applicants that match this criteria can be considered for the role.
Apple Recruitment Services is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy. Apple Recruitment Services is an Equal Opportunities Employer.
If you are interested in this role, or other vacancies, please;
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Thank you for your understanding and patience.
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