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Position - Technical Preconstruction Manager / QS
Location - London
Reporting to - Head of Projects
Desired Experience & or Qualifications
• Mechanical / Electrical qualifications
• Experienced as a Preconstruction Manager and or QS with a services background
• Able to work on multiple projects across different sectors nationally
• Able to work under pressure to tight timescales
• Have an eye for detail and will ensure all documentation is of a high standard
• A good negotiator
• Has a good understanding of contract law
• Have a very good understanding of cost control techniques
Our client carries out projects for some of England’s most recognisable clients and have a requirement for a Technical Preconstruction Manager/Quantity Surveyor to join their team.
This role requires candidates to have experience in mechanical and electrical services and have recently worked as a Preconstruction Manager and/or QS. You will need to have a broad range of experience and be adaptable as the role will include working on an assortment of project types nationally.
The role will be responsible for management of all preconstruction activities including:
•Support Divisional Projects Director, Heads of Project and Project Managers on services projects as necessary
•Provide Budget Costs and Timelines
•Manage the services subcontractors schedule
•Chair Preconstruction Kick Start Meetings where applicable
•Manage the collation of Preconstruction Services Agreements
•Manage the tender process
•Carry out tender analysis
•In conjunction with the Project Manager produce a costed Resource and Preliminaries document.
•Manage during Preconstruction the Risk Register, Profit Plan and Procurement Schedule.
•Chair handover meeting and ensure Delivery Team understanding.
•Cost management and governance on all identified projects.
•Attendance at the Preconstruction Handover
•Acceptance of Preconstruction Handover Pack including Profit Plan, Risk Register and Procurement Strategy.
•Conclude negotiations with the subcontractors to ensure package costs are within the limits of the Profit Plan
•De-risk the project.
•Issue of Purchase Orders on time and in accordance with the procurement schedule
•Manage the Change Order log, Profit Plan, Risk Register and Procurement Schedule.
•Prepare and present Cost Reports to client
•Report internally the costs of the project
•Manage the monthly payments of subcontractors.
•Carry out Monthly valuations with the client ensuring a positive cashflow for the project.
•Agreement of Final Account with subcontractors and clients
•Manage commercial contractual implication both upstream and downstream
•Manage client expectations around cost and budget
Annual salary £65,000 - £80,000 (subject to skills, qualifications and experience) plus discretionary bonus, and other company benefits.
£70000 to £80000
about 2 months ago