I am seeking an M&E Quantity Surveyor who is ideally MRICS qualified and who has a BSc in Quantity Surveying to join a firm of PQS in New York.
Please note my client can only get work visas for British or Irish passport holders. People from the USA and Canada or current green card holders also welcomed.
You will work on various construction projects for large buildings and also some infrastructure.
You should be able to deal with clients, attend meetings and supervise less experienced quantity surveyors as required.
There will be good promotion prospects for the right candidate.
My client is a successful firm of construction consultants providing project management, project controls and cost management services mainly to public sector clients.
They have offices in New York and in Washington DC.
You will be an M&E Quantity Surveyor / Cost Manager in the building construction industry.
You will need to be working for another firm of construction consultants or multi disciplinary consultants in the construction industry and have gained both pre and post contract quantity surveying experience.
You will either have a Degree or Diploma in Quantity Surveying which is RICS accredited or a similar degree and you will need to have gained experience of working as a QS for another firm of private practice quantity surveyors or multi disciplinary consultants.
You will ideally be qualified.
You will have gained five years or more experience of pre and post contract duties including feasibility studies, cost estimating, cost planning, tender documentation and award, contract administration and all post contract duties working on all mechanical & electrical engineering services for large buildings and infrastructure.
You must have excellent English to write formal reports and documents.
Salary is negotiable according to your experience but likely to be in the range of US$125000 to US$150000 plus medical insurance, discretionary bonus etc.
Please email a full c.v. or give me, Denise Neville a call for an informal and confidential discussion on +44 20 7613 5555 or +44 20 8368 0025 or mobile +44 7836 350309.