The Ghella Abergeldie Joint Venture is seeking an experienced civil construction Quantity Surveyor to join the team on the Central Interceptor Project.
In the role of Quantity Surveyor you will assist the QS department with the administration of subcontract packages, budget and cost control management, as well as the measurement of quantities for the Central Interceptor Project.
What you will be doing:
- Preparation of bills of quantities and estimates to justify the quantum entitlement
- Maintain registers of variations / change management / insurance claims
- Measurement of progress and reporting on performance against budget
- Measurement of the effectiveness of alternative options
- Assist the sustainability team with the determination of ISCA credits by measuring and tracking materials and energy consumption
- Monitor and ensure subcontractor, supplier and consultant complies with contractual terms and conditions
- Preparation of subcontractor correspondence and variation notices
- Assist the construction team in coordinating daily activities on site
- Measurement and certification of progress payments
- Reconciliation, settlement and close out of final account
The successful candidate will have:
- Degree Qualification in Quantity Surveying or equivalent
- QS experience in the civil construction sector
- Experience working with utility services on large civil infrastructure projects
- Expertise in doing measurements and take off’s
- Produce work with a high degree of accuracy and attention to detail
- Positive and pro-active approach toward teamwork
- Excellent written and oral communication skills
- Ability to work under pressure, determine priorities and meet strict deadlines
- You will be a top performer - able to work under pressure in a fully integrated team environment.
If you are looking to make a positive impact, be part of a legacy project that has wide reaching benefits for Auckland and the community then we want to hear from you.
The Central Interceptor is New Zealand’s largest ever Wastewater Project consisting of close to 20km of tunnels, more than 17 shafts, a major pump station and substantial wastewater management and network infrastructure works.
The salary for this role will depend on your level of skills, experience and qualifications. Our pay range will be from $85,000.00 per annum, to $135,000.00 per annum.
We guarantee a minimum of 40 hours work per week. All successful applicants will be required to undertake a pre-employment medical, along with a drug and alcohol test.