Highways Quantity Surveyor

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Salary:£33,437.00 - £41,025.00 

Working Hours:37 

Job Share:No 

Employment Type:Permanent  

Location:Shire Hall, Westgate Street, Gloucester - GL1 2TG 

Closing date:25 June 2017 at midnight 

Quantity Surveyor

Gloucestershire County Council is looking to recruit a Quantity Surveyor as part of our plans to expand our Highways Commissioning Team to deliver over £150m of investment in the road network over the next five years. As the Quantity Surveyor you would have responsibility for supporting the commercial team in managing financial and contractual performance of highway contractors. You will work with both client and contractor staff to carry out audits of work and invoicing to ensure standards are met and best value is driven out of the Council’s investment in structural maintenance. Candidates should be educated to degree level or have equivalent experience in quantity surveying in a construction industry background.

For an informal discussion on the role please contact Scott Tompkins via scott.tompkins@gloucestershire.gov.uk

Application Information

Gloucestershire County Council is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people or vulnerable adults and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.

We value diversity in our workforce and positively welcome applications from all sections of the community.

It is a legal requirement, under the Immigration Act 2016, that anyone appointed to a ‘customer facing role’ must be able to demonstrate an ability to fulfil all spoken aspects of the role with confidence in fluent English.

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If you have any difficulty completing the on-line application form, or require this document in another format, please contact us and we can discuss your needs and provide help.  Telephone 01452 425888, option 2 then option 1 or email ContactUs@gloucestershire.gov.uk