WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?
When the future is full fibre, it’s faster, more affordable and better connected. We’re the leading provider of this alternative network infrastructure, building Gigabit cities from the ground up. These cities support mobile operators, businesses and homes, helping them to develop and grow at an accelerated pace. With your ambitious ideas, you’ll shape a super-fast network for a super-connected society.
With a salary of £30,000 - £42,000 depending on experience, you’ll also receive benefits including 25 days holiday, a day off on your birthday, car allowance, discretionary bonus and private healthcare.
Join the CityFibre team and help us bring Britain up to speed!
WHAT WILL YOU BE DOING?
We’re looking for a Quantity Surveyor to support the commercial and contractual management of a portfolio of telecoms projects, these include; new build, city enhancement projects and field service frameworks. The role will ensure that Operations and Service Delivery are fully protected under the contract terms and comply with the relevant statutory requirements e.g. Construction Act. You’ll also;Manage the commercial resources of the assigned project (or region/workstream) to manage planned expenditure through the placement and control of contracts Value work executed by contractors and certifying interim and final payments Support the authorisation and submission of project variations Assess, review and mitigate commercial and contractual risks, implementing the companies' policies for risk management Provide commercial and contractual expertise to contracts which includes the production and submission of valuation certification, drafting and issuing correspondence, claims, budget monitoring and producing contract/workstream performance dataCoach/develop and mentor multi-disciplinary peers through commercial and contractual process Assist in the monthly measurement of supplier KPI’s and reporting Provide robust, timely and accurate cost and value data at both project and regional levels including their progress in relation to the programme schedule Provide commercial information from projects to enable estimation at programme level to occurUndertake estimation of future work for pre-sales
WHAT WILL YOU BRING?
You’ll have solid experience in commercial management and the procurement of contractors, with a working knowledge of NEC3 ECC forms. A background working in a civil engineering / passive networks is preferable. You’ll also have;The ability to negotiate with suppliers and partnersExperience using spreadsheets to interpret and collate financial dataPresentation and report writing skillsHNC/HND level education, or equivalentExperience of NRSWA and SRWR street works requirements (desirable)RICS Chartership (desirable) Job Summary ID: C8C9A30059Department: ["Supply Chain"]Type: full time
Nottingham, England, Nottinghamshire, NG1, United Kingdom