Integrated Personnel Services Limited
Job Title: Quantity Surveyor
Quantity Surveyor is responsible for managing the financial aspects of construction projects,
ensuring that projects are completed within compliance with contractual agreements. Key duties
and responsibilities of a Quantity Surveyor is mentioned below.
Prepare accurate cost estimates for construction projects, considering factors
such as materials, labor, equipment, overhead, and contingencies. This involves analyzing
project plans and specifications.
Develop and establish project budgets based on cost estimates.
Allocate funds to various project components and phases and ensure that budgets align with
Assist in the procurement process by identifying suppliers, subcontractors, and
vendors, and obtaining competitive bids. Evaluate and negotiate contracts with these entities to
secure favorable terms and conditions.
Manage contracts, including reviewing and interpreting contract
documents, tracking changes and variations, and ensuring that all parties adhere to contractual
Continuously monitor project costs, track expenses, commitments, and
variations, and report on budget performance. Identify and address any cost overruns or
Explore options to reduce project costs without compromising quality or
functionality. Recommend value engineering solutions to optimize project expenses.
Identify and assess potential risks that could affect the project’s cost and
schedule. Develop strategies to mitigate these risks and ensure project success.
Measurement and Bill of Quantities (BOQ):
Prepare detailed BOQs and measurement
documents to quantify the materials and labor required for various project tasks. These
documents are essential for tendering and cost control.
Assist in the preparation of tender documents, including BOQs and specifications.
Evaluate tenders submitted by contractors and subcontractors and make recommendations for
Verify the work completed by contractors and subcontractors and
certify payment requests based on the progress of the project. This involves site visits and
Change Order Management:
Assess and process change orders that impact project costs and
scope. Negotiate and document changes to contracts as necessary.
Prepare regular reports for project stakeholders, including clients, project managers,
and senior management. These reports typically include cost status updates, forecasts, and
Assist in resolving disputes related to project costs, claims, and
contractual matters. This may involve negotiation, mediation, or arbitration.
Ensure that all cost-related activities comply with relevant laws, regulations, and
Maintain accurate records of all financial transactions, correspondence,
contracts, and project-related documents.
Work closely with architects, engineers, contractors, and other stakeholders to
ensure effective cost management and alignment with project objectives.
Experience – 5 years’ working experience in any contracting company.
Study IFC drawings, Contracts & prepare detailed BOQ’s and quantity reports.
Tools expertise –
MS office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
Good Working knowledge on MS-Excel, AutoCAD, PDF
Knowledge of Power Bi is a valuable addition.
Interested candidates can share their resume on +917400011509 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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