In-House Quantity Surveyor -Tema Comm 25
Structual Engineering Information
ROLE- in-House Quantity Surveyor
The in-house Quantity Surveyor (IHQS) will be involved in the costing of all stages of design and project development and delivery to ensure that the commercial policies of Apakonics and its funding partners/Clients are fully complied with. The in-house QS will optimize project expenditure by adding value to the construction process by proactive involvement in procurement, cost management and reporting with the highest ethical standards.
The IHQS shall have overall responsibility for cost estimating, budgeting, tendering to Projects and provide support for Contract Administrating in reviewing and advising on all cost related issues for assigned projects.
Key Duties and Responsibilities
- Have a good understanding of Construction designs and understanding of builderbility
- Have responsibility for the costing of projects ( designs /drawings (of all types)
- Will have the responsibility for ensuring the meeting of commercial targets for project(s)
- Review and approval of contractual letters to clients and / or contractors
- Assist the team in monitoring the performance of projects and alert the project manager and senior management of any commercial issues.
- Post contract liaison with clients and the design team
- Conduct take off analysis and review and approve Bill of Quantities and Engineer Estimates for tender and contract packages
- In Measurement Contracts, re-measuring and pricing the works
- Check Performance bonds, Bid Security and Advance payment bonds
- Contract negotiation and preparation in conjunction with Executive Director
- Work with designers and Others for Site measurements as required
- Management of variation processes
- Review and approval of works final account
- Review and approval of valuations of work in progress, including forecasting of final costs and works done
- Monitor all commercial information in relation to project including labour, material and subcontractor cost, forecasting to ensure budgets are adhered to
- Analysis of project cash flow forecasts and reporting to senior management
- Provide advice to project staff on commercial and contractual matters including reviewing and drafting of correspondence
- Examining claims and advising of potential claims and claim avoidance
- Review and adhere to project purchasing targets and costing budgets to drive best value from suppliers
Compliance at all times with the Company’s Procurement Plan, Contracts Management Policy, Asset Disposal Policy, etc.