These vacancies will suit your needs if you are a graduate seeking to develop the skills and experience you need to climb the career ladder in the construction industry.
While working as a quantity surveyor, you will have to call on your excellent maths skills to manage the costs and contractual aspects of building and civil engineering projects. Depending on the nature of the projects you are assigned to, your main tasks may include working with architects and design engineers, analysing designs and estimating costs, visiting building sites, managing invoices from contractors and suppliers, and overseeing any variations made to designs and specifications.
To work in quantity surveyor jobs, you will need to study for a degree in quantity surveying, either through attending university full-time or through gaining a place on one of the work-based training schemes offered by the Chartered Surveyors Training Trust. Once you have gained the relevant qualifications, you will be able to take advantage of our unparalleled quantity surveyor recruitment service.
Our specialist recruiters can match your qualifications and experience to quantity surveyor vacancies that will provide you with the job satisfaction you so crave. We offer a wide range of attractive permanent, part-time and contract employment openings that will grant you the chance to put your construction technology and cost planning skills into practice.
Contact Fusion People today to see how we can assist with your future career ambitions.