Welcome to Faithful+Gould, an international professional services consultancy with great strength and a culture of progression and diversity. Placing a strong emphasis on the training, development and assessment of our staff, we’re dedicated to providing cutting-edge expertise.
Are you ready to work on some of the most exciting and prestigious construction challenges across the UK? Join our collaborative team where everyone has a voice, and together we deliver excellence for people and the environment. No two people have the same priorities, which is why we want to hear from you. And why flexible and remote working are central to our culture. So, talk to us about how we can support you – from reduced weeks to buying more leave over school holidays; how we can make adjustments for you at work, or help your transition back after a career break.
Read more about how you can thrive with us.
Location – Yorkshire preferred, with full flexibility to work from Leeds or Sheffield offices and Home location. Other locations will be considered.
Faithful+Gould are looking to bolster our team with a highly competent and ambitious individual, with sector expertise of delivering cost consultancy services in the Residential, Affordable and Social Housing (incl residential with extra care) sector.
Ideally you’ll already have 3+ years’ experience in a consultancy environment, be client facing with the ability to support the delivery of commissions of varying scale and complexity in the residential sector.
With a strong pipeline of national projects across multiple workstreams this is a fantastic opportunity for a technically strong individual to help grow our expanding team and develop their career further.
This role provides the opportunity to work on a multi-million-pound programmes of works which covers a broad range of developments including:
- New build homes, including those with care and extra-care.
- Independent living apartments.
- Extensions to existing developments and facilities.
- Upgrades and refurbishments.
- Essential maintenance programmes.
Join Faithful+Gould and you'll be part of a high performing team that delivers high-quality expertise, driven not just by success but also by doing what's right. You'll meet colleagues who are as talented as you and ready to support you to 'hit the ground running.' Collaborating with team members, clients, stakeholders and contractors, you'll also enjoy opportunities to mentor co-workers while progressing your career upwards.
- Ability to deliver the provision of Quantity Surveying (and potentially Employers Agent) services on a range of residential new builds, refurbishments and programmes of work, from inception to handover.
- Support the lead QS/EA on projects, providing service delivery.
- Responsible for pre and post project commercial management and reporting.
- Prepare Client cost reports and report on change during the life of a project.
- Assist in the development of Client relationships.
- Experience with either JCT or NEC contracts.
- Ability to communicate effectively with both Clients, contractors and internal staff.
- Mentoring trainee, assistant and graduate colleagues.
- Experience preferred in the Affordable Housing, Social Housing and/or Extra Care Housing sector – other residential experience will be considered.
- BSc in Quantity Surveying (or equivalent).
- Ideally MRICS or similar accreditation (or working towards).
- 3+ years working in a professional consultancy environment.
- Working knowledge of Microsoft Office and other role-related software packages.
- IT skills, such as BIM / CAD measure, Cost Planning software eg CATO/CostX.
- Ability to form effective working relationships with colleagues and clients.
- Confident, outgoing, with the drive to succeed and develop.
This role has excellent prospects for an individual who has a strong ambition to progress and enjoys working collaboratively within a vibrant team. As well as technical competence, we are looking for someone with the ability to think laterally, who possesses first class communication skills, has strong commercial awareness, and will provide an excellent service to our Clients and contribute to building an effective team.
Why work for Faithful+Gould?
Join us and expand your career on some of the industry's most exciting and newsworthy construction projects – from mission-critical COVID-19 facilities to the world's tallest hotel, London's Heathrow Airport to Europe's first eco-friendly mosque. You'll enjoy invaluable exposure to international expertise as well as innovation in local niche areas.
In 2020, we took away Silver and Gold in the Construction Manager of the Year Awards; and made finalist for the Young Surveyor of the Year. So, you'll be part of a team where our standards are high, as are the rewards. And, at every career stage, you'll benefit from industry-leading programmes to help improve your skills and knowledge.
Communities are at the heart of our work. Together, our people are proud to be working towards a Net Zero Carbon future and regenerating cities across the UK. Read about more of the ways we're making a positive impact.
Meeting your needs:
To help you get the most out of life in and outside of work, we offer employees "Total Reward." It's a package that can be tailored to your changing lifestyle, career and personal needs. You'll enjoy benefits such as fitness funding, leadership training, professional accreditations, and career planning for any stage of your career.
Making sure you're supported is important to us. So if you identify as having a disability, tell us ahead of your interview. And let's talk through any adjustments you might need.
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More about us:
Faithful+Gould, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, is a leading international consultancy with over 70 years of integrated project and programme management expertise. With us, you'll be surrounded by the skills and support to develop in ways that work for you. You'll be trusted to play a vital role in the organisation while making a tangible difference to the world and our future.
This role may require security clearance and offers of employment will be dependent on obtaining the relevant level of clearance. If this is necessary, it will be discussed with you at interview. If applying to this role please do not make reference to (in conversation) or include in your application or CV, details of any current or previously held security clearance.
We are committed to promoting a diverse and inclusive community - a place where we can all be ourselves, thrive and develop. To help embed inclusion for all, from day one, we offer a range of family friendly, inclusive employment policies, flexible working arrangements and employee networks to support staff from different backgrounds. As an Equal Opportunities Employer, we value applications from all backgrounds, cultures and ability.