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11 Merrion Square,
Tel: +353 1 690 9724
Senior Quantity Surveyor
Entered: 23 July 2018
Azon are working with a market leading top tier main contractors in Ireland whom have operations worldwide.
This Company has a turnover in excess of €350m and this figure will grow year on year for the foreseeable future.
Currently they have an impressive project portfolio with some of the largest project in Ireland. 2018 is an exciting year for the company.
Known for retention, care and development of their staff while boasting an attractive portfolio of high profile projects there is no better place to develop your career through a rich and well supported experience.
This is a new and permanent role reporting directly into the Commercial Director and working at a senior level within a wider department. You will be managing a team of intermediate and junior OS's.
The reason for the vacancy is to create further capacity for the increase in incoming projects.
You will be given real responsibility and the tools to progress as you grow and develop with the company while being fully supported along the way.
Continuous Professional Development is encouraged and you will be fully supported in your journey towards Chartership.
You will take full control of a project values can range from €50 million upwards to €300m which will include stakeholder facing (client, design team, subcontractor) right through to valuations and final accounts working in accordance with the company procedures.
You will be coming from a main contractor background and have a Diploma in Construction Economics at a minimum.
You will likely have 8 + years of experience in the above responsibilities, however quality of experience is most important.
Salary: €85,000 + attractive package. Could be some scope for negotiation on the basic.
We want to hear from you so please contact us whether you are actively looking or passively considering a new role.
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