Experience - 5yrs and Above
Work Location - Gachibowli
Roles and Responsibilities:
- Prepare cost analysis based on the architectural drawings, engineering estimates, materials required, and labor involved
- Prepare cost plans to enable design teams to produce practical designs for construction projects, which involves liaising with architects, engineers and subcontractors.
- Prepare tender and contract documents, including bills of quantities
- Evaluate tenders from contractors and subcontractors and, where appropriate, negotiate with the contractors.
- Control all stages of projects within predetermined budget and expenditure.
- Monitor and keep track of project progress and are responsible for the measurement and valuation of variations in the work during the contract, for agreement of interim payments and the final account.
Must be a membership of Society of Chartered Surveyors (SCS) and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) or AIQS .
- Good communication skills.
- Efficient Analytical skills
- The ability to write clear and precise reports.
- Negotiation and team work skills.
- Detailed knowledge of past and current building and construction technology, processes, materials, business and legal matters.
Responsibilities and Duties
- As a quantity surveyor you must be able assist in the decision-making process throughout the development of a project, from initial inception to final completion.
- Must have the ability to advise building owners and architects on the probable cost of construction schemes and on the costs of alternative designs.
- Must be able to prepare cost plans for projects which enable the design team to arrive at practical designs for projects and to stay within budget.
- Ability to quantify all cost associated with all types of projects in all sectors of the industry, including healthcare, education, public buildings, retail and commercial, residential, leisure and infrastructure projects.
Required Experience, Skills and Qualifications
- Must be a membership of Society of Chartered Surveyors (SCS) and the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) or AIQS .
- A methodical way of thinking.
- Teamwork skills as you must be able to lead and motivate staff.
- Detailed knowledge of existing technology in the field, legal issues and complex regulations.
- The capacity to create detailed reports that are easily understood by a wide array of people.
- Problem solving skills. Mathematical skills.