Mechanical & Electrical Quantity Surveyor

Due to our continual growth Tim Kelly Group are currently recruiting a Mechanical & Electrical Quantity Surveyor to join our team. As a leading contractor, we specialise in the provision of mechanical, electrical, fire protection and technology services to a range of sectors including commercial, data centre, manufacturing, infrastructure and healthcare. With such a broad spectrum of sectors and services, you will most certainly acquire exceptional opportunities to broaden your skills, abilities and knowledge in cutting edge technology and work practices.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Preparing early stage budgets and detailed cost plans.
  • Manage/monitor all commercial aspects of projects.
  • Responsible for cost controlling including tracking and agreeing change.
  • Pricing and assessment of variations and contract entitlement Negotiation.
  • Performing risk and value management and cost control.
  • Preparing tender and contracts documents, including bills of quantities.
  • Identifying, analysing and developing responses to commercial risks.
  • Preparing and analysing costings for tenders.
  • Establishing and operating cost and financial control systems.
  • Certifying progress claims and payments to contractors against work completed.
  • Negotiating to ensure budgets are not exceeded.
  • Measurement from drawings of the Mechanical and Electrical components.
  • Review proposals with Designers.
  • Providing advice on contractual claims.
  • Maintain contemporaneous accurate records.
  • Valuing completed work and compiling application for payment.
  • Monthly cost and value reports.
  • Final Account Preparation, Negotiation and Agreement
  • Ensure Project Manager & Construction Manager are commercially aware of current state of project.
  • Project cost and programme forecasts.
  • Working closely and effectively with all other disciplines in particular the site management teams to ensure costs are fully controlled and values enhanced

What you’ll need to succeed:

  • Minimum 5years experience in a contracting environment, preferably M&E experience
  • Degree in Quantity Surveying / Construction Economics or Electrical / Mechanical Engineering Degree.
  • To be proficient in MS Office applications- Excel, MS project.

What you’ll get in return 

  • Excellent opportunity to work in the west of Ireland
  • Competitive salary.