Quantity Surveyor
Competitive salary
Bristol
The successful candidate will be responsible for the commercial management and control of a designated construction project from mobilisation through to completion which are managed by our Bristol Office in South West of England.The successful candidate will be required to;Ensure continued compliance with the Company’s Quality System procedures and maintain appropriate records.Ensure personal and Company compliance with all relevant Health & Safety Legislation and Statutory Requirements, and that the Group Health & Safety Policy is fully implemented on site.Ensure compliance with company procedures in entering into contracts and the appointment of sub-contractors.Writing technical, factual and interpretative reports, ensuring the recovery of high quality accurate technical data, to agreed timescale. Assist with all technical aspects of projects from office to a site as requested and maintaining positive relationships with clients and staff and take actions accordingly.Ensure that all contracts, reports, accounts are prepared, checked and completed to the required timescale and standard.Maintain communication with client throughout the duration of a project, ensuring resolution of problems as they arise with a view to securing future works with the client.Ensure timely preparation and submission of applications for payment and monitor the identification of entitlements and receipts of payments. Monitor the submission of contractual notices and the agreement of measurement, daywork and other site records.Ensure that all measures and accounts for the department are settled within the agreed timescale.Ensure development of project in line with client expectations, prepare financial reports as required and identify progress and settle claims and counter claims.Ensure the maintenance of company files and relevant documents, correspondence, drawings and other records.Encouraging self-development and self-motivation.Maintain positive relations with the general public, and all other persons affected by the Company’s activities. Encourage positive relationships with existing and new contractors and suppliers.Be aware of tender allowances with a view to ensuring financial success of a project. Monitor the progress of a project, highlighting reasons for delays and disruption and prepare procurement programmes and, as required, purchasing schedules. Coordinate and control the ordering of plant and materials and the activities of subcontractors together with direct labour, monitor quality and minimise waste.Attend and contribute to project review meetings, prepare information as requested.Prepare and produce reports and information as requested by the Commercial Manager or Commercial Director.The remuneration and benefits package will be commensurate with the successful applicant\'s experience.Further information is available by email from Heather Davies, HR Director : hmd@wrw.co.ukApply by uploading your CV through our website.  CV\'s received via direct email may not be considered due to auditing processes.
Site Engineer
Competitive salary
Cardiff
The successful candidate will be responsible for the operational control of designated construction projects in support of the Site Manager. Correctly setting out the works in accordance with the requirements of the Contract, ensuring work can proceed in accordance with the programme.The successful candidate will be required to;Ensure continued compliance with the Company’s Quality System procedures and maintain appropriate records.Ensure that the Group Health & Safety Policy is fully implemented on site and that the requirements of the site specific Construction Phase Safety Plan is adhered to, maintaining records in accordance with relevant legislation, issue permits to work - digging - loading - entering confined spaces. Conduct site inductions for new starters and perform regular toolbox talks and maintain records.Ensure comprehensive method statements are prepared and transmitted to the workforce.Ensure all site staff, operatives and contractors are aware of their responsibilities.Ensure that all operations are carried out safely to current health and safety standards, and promote safety awareness in all staff, employees, sub-contractors and plant operators.Technical and engineering management of site activities, ensuring accurate compliance with contract specification, drawings and relevant standards and maintain as built drawings of the works.Be aware of tender allowances with a view to ensuring financial success of a project. Ensure the completion of short term programming, monitoring the progress of a project, highlighting reasons for delays and disruption. Coordinate the setting out of building structures, civil engineering and infrastructure works, e.g. roads, bridges, drainage, utilities services, ensuring compliance with designers’ drawings and specification and coordinates.Coordinate and control the ordering of plant and materials and the activities of subcontractors together with direct labour, monitor quality and minimise waste. Conduct employee appraisals and, in close liaison with Contracts Managers, co-ordinate the developmentof Site Operatives, Plant Operatives and certain Site Staff, encourage their personal development and selfmotivation.Maintain communication with existing clients, ensuring resolution of problems as they arise with a view to securing future works.Maintaining positive relations with the general public, client and all other persons affected by the Company’s activities.Attend and contribute to project management meetings.Prepare and produce reports and information as requested by the Contracts Manager or Site Manger.The remuneration and benefits package will be commensurate with the successful applicant\'s experience.Further information is available by email from Heather Davies, HR Director:hmd.234@wrw.co.ukApply by uploading your CV through our website.  CV\'s received via direct email may not be considered due to auditing processes.
Quantity Surveyor
Competitive salary
Cardiff
The successful candidate will be responsible for the commercial management and control of a designated construction project from mobilisation through to completion which are managed by our Cardiff Office in South East Wales and the South West of England.The successful candidate will be required to;Ensure continued compliance with the Company’s Quality System procedures and maintain appropriate records.Ensure personal and Company compliance with all relevant Health & Safety Legislation and Statutory Requirements, and that the Group Health & Safety Policy is fully implemented on site.Ensure compliance with company procedures in entering into contracts and the appointment of sub-contractors.Writing technical, factual and interpretative reports, ensuring the recovery of high quality accurate technical data, to agreed timescale. Assist with all technical aspects of projects from office to a site as requested and maintaining positive relationships with clients and staff and take actions accordingly.Ensure that all contracts, reports, accounts are prepared, checked and completed to the required timescale and standard.Maintain communication with client throughout the duration of a project, ensuring resolution of problems as they arise with a view to securing future works with the client.Ensure timely preparation and submission of applications for payment and monitor the identification of entitlements and receipts of payments. Monitor the submission of contractual notices and the agreement of measurement, daywork and other site records.Ensure that all measures and accounts for the department are settled within the agreed timescale.Ensure development of project in line with client expectations, prepare financial reports as required and identify progress and settle claims and counter claims.Ensure the maintenance of company files and relevant documents, correspondence, drawings and other records.Encouraging self-development and self-motivation.Maintain positive relations with the general public, and all other persons affected by the Company’s activities. Encourage positive relationships with existing and new contractors and suppliers.Be aware of tender allowances with a view to ensuring financial success of a project. Monitor the progress of a project, highlighting reasons for delays and disruption and prepare procurement programmes and, as required, purchasing schedules. Coordinate and control the ordering of plant and materials and the activities of subcontractors together with direct labour, monitor quality and minimise waste.Attend and contribute to project review meetings, prepare information as requested.Prepare and produce reports and information as requested by the Commercial Manager or Commercial Director.The remuneration and benefits package will be commensurate with the successful applicant\'s experience.Further information is available by email from Heather Davies, HR Director : hmd.234@wrw.co.ukApply by uploading your CV through our website.  CV\'s received via direct email may not be considered due to auditing processes.
Site Manager
Competitive salary
Cardiff
We are currently seeking to appoint two site managers that will be respectively responsible for the operational management and control of designated construction projects from mobilisation through to completion which are managed by our Cardiff Office in South East Wales and the South West of England. The successful candidate will be required to;  Work with enthusiasm and have the ability to motivate the site team.Ensure continued compliance with the Company’s Quality System procedures and maintain appropriate records.Conduct site inductions for new starters and perform regular toolbox talks and maintain recordsManage site activities, ensuring accurate compliance with contract specification, drawings and relevant standards and maintain as built records of the works.Ensure the completion of short term programming, monitoring the progress of a project for internal and external reporting purposes.Coordinate and control the ordering of plant and materials and the activities of subcontractors together with direct labour, monitor quality and minimise site waste.Maintain communication with stakeholders to proactively manage relations with the general public, client and all other persons affected by the project’s activities.Contribute to project management meetings.Prepare and produce reports and information as requested by the Contracts Manager.  The remuneration and benefits package will be commensurate with the successful applicant\'s experience.Further information is available by email from Heather Davies, HR Director:hmd.234@wrw.co.ukApply by uploading your CV through our website.  CV\'s received via direct email may not be considered due to auditing processes.

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