Job Openings Managing Surveyor
About the job Managing Surveyor
General Description of Role and Responsibilities:
- Assist with Contract administration of all Contractor and Consultant contracts, including ensuring compliance with Contracts and client and contract requirements.
- Assist with managing the Variation / Change process, including documents for gateway approvals.
- Supervision, administration and mentoring of all duties being performed by QS teams.
- Ensure all reporting logs are correct and updated and maintain records of all contract correspondence, changes, status reports and other documents for all projects in conjunction with the project team.
- Assist with Cost Reporting in conjunction with the QS team, covering the areas of budgeting, cost control and estimating.
- Review and check documents prepared as part of the Contract Formation and Variation processes.
- Advise and brief the Commercial and Contracts Manager(s) on all activities.
- Maintain KPI records to ensure compliance with Client processes.
- Review design Consultant cost plans and advise on value and cost engineering.
- Review the Bill of Quantities prepared by Design Consultants and Contractors and ensure they are by drawings and specifications.
- Reviews the cost estimates submitted by the Consultant / Contractor to ensure compliance with the Agreement, Contract drawings, Specifications, and best practice.
- Implement procedures for contract management and administration as necessary.
- Cost estimation. Cost planning and cost benchmarking as necessary.
- Perform other duties as assigned by the line manager/supervisor.
- Delivering all work outputs in an accurate and timely manner.
- Informs themselves of the relevant Quality, Environmental, Safety and Occupational Health Policies, Manuals and Procedures within Hill International and ensures continued compliance with these requirements while employed by Hill.
Qualifications, Experience, Knowledge and Skills:
- 15 years total experience.
- Bachelor's Degree in QS or Engineering from a recognized University.
- Professional Membership of RICs and training in Construction Law are required.
- Experience on projects of similar complexity.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills to successfully work with Project and Construction Management Team, Consultants, Sub-Consultants and Contractors.
- Technical understanding and working knowledge of Engineering, Project Management and Construction.
- Knowledge of the Authorities having Jurisdiction and the processes to be followed during design development and construction of the Works through to the attainment of a Building Completion Certificate.