Humres Technical Recruitment Limited

Intermediate Quantity Surveyor

Location: Richmond

Type: Permanent

Salary: £40,000 Per Year

Posted on: 18/04/2024

Position: Main Contracting Quantity Surveyor
Location: London and surrounding areas
Sector: Healthcare, Residential, Office, Leisure, Retail

Job Description:
Our client is currently seeking a skilled Intermediate Quantity Surveyor with experience in main contracting, particularly within the healthcare sector as a Quantity Surveyor. Operating across various sectors including healthcare, residential, office, leisure, and retail, our client’s projects are primarily based in and around London. The successful candidate will play a key role in managing the cost aspects of construction projects, ensuring efficient budgeting and financial control throughout the project lifecycle.


  1. Cost Management: Oversee and manage the cost aspects of construction projects, including budgeting, cost control, and financial reporting.

  2. Tender and Contract Preparation: Prepare tender and contract documents, including bills of quantities, ensuring accuracy and compliance with project requirements.

  3. Site Visits: Regularly visit project sites to monitor progress, assess costs, and resolve any quantity surveying issues that may arise.

  4. Contractual Negotiation: Negotiate and agree on contracts, variations, and final accounts with contractors and subcontractors, ensuring fair and favorable terms for all parties involved.

  5. Risk Management: Identify and mitigate potential risks related to cost overruns, delays, and contractual disputes, implementing effective risk management strategies as necessary.

  6. Collaboration: Collaborate closely with project managers, architects, engineers, and other stakeholders to ensure effective communication and coordination throughout the project lifecycle.


  • Previous experience as a Quantity Surveyor within the main contracting industry, with a focus on healthcare projects preferred.
  • Strong knowledge of quantity surveying principles, practices, and procedures.
  • Excellent communication, negotiation, and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a multidisciplinary team.
  • Degree in Quantity Surveying, Construction Management, or related field preferred.

Salary: £40 000 – £50 000