Our Client is a leading Ireland-based construction consultancy that has built their reputation on providing exceptional cost management, project management, due diligence and advisory services to blue-chip companies across various sectors.
Our Client has an ongoing portfolio of work that includes data centres, large scale residential, student accommodation, commercial, hotel & leisure, and healthcare projects ranging from €20M - €100M. The role is based in Dublin with projects located in either Dublin or Cork, and the role reports to the Director of Project Management.
This is an excellent opportunity to join a market-leading consultancy in the early year of your career, to be involved in some of Ireland’s most prestigious projects, to work within a forward-thinking company and a set-up that brings the best out of their employees, and where the team culture comprises excellent support, mentoring, and leadership to showcase individual talent for a balanced multi-disciplinary team that delivers.
Working days / time and Salary
5 day working week and 22 days’ annual leave.
Salary is €Negotiable plus an exceptional host of benefits from the best tech and gym membership to training and mentoring, and award programmes
Support the quantity surveying and commercial managers.
Assist the quantity surveying and /or commercial manager(s) team on any matter relating to cost control and cost management.
Prepare / manage expressions of interest.
Prepare tender documents and manage assigned tenders or work packages.
Review interim application and provide feedback to the lead quantity surveyor(s).
Assist with the compilation of information on the commercial status of work that may be used for internal and external reporting.
Manage the cost control and commercial management of assigned works packages.
Essential experience & qualifications
Educated to degree level (RICS qualifying).
Graduate to 3 years’ experience.
Excellent command of the English language.
An excellent communicator, both written and oral.
Proficient in Microsoft Office.
Entitled to work in the EU.
Desirable experience & qualifications
BSc in Quantity Surveying, or Building / Construction Economics.
Experience gained working for a developer, cost consultancy, and / or project management services provider, but all experience considered.