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Azon Recruitment
11 Merrion Square,
Dublin 2
Tel: +353 1 690 9724

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Quantity Surveyor

Location: Dublin
Entered: 19 Sept 2018
Duration: Permanent
Company Overview:since t
Azon continues to work closely with a medium sized main contractor who are enjoying their best performing year to date. Our client who are a quality focused business with smart leadership and a well-defined growth strategy who are seeking to hire an experienced quantity surveyor to grow with the business.
Azon has placed several people in this business and have received excellent reports back about the camaraderie within the company.
This is a new and permanent role in line with business growth and performance which will join the existing close knit team in driving further success.
This position represents an excellent opportunity for an experienced QS that likes to get things done professionally without unnecessary rigmarole or red-tape.
The role will report into the Commercial Manager and work within a team of four Quantity Surveyors.
In this role, you will focus on post contract QS activities and will spend some time on project sites. This will include monthly valuations, variations, payments, final accounts etc.
You will most likely have some main contractor experience but could be coming from a subcontractor, or PQS firm that has negotiated with a contractor on behalf of the client.
You will have a reasonably broad experience across a few building disciplines.
You will have approximately 5 - 10 years' experience.
Salary: €45,000 - €65,000 depending on level of experience. These figures are guidelines and are open for negotiation.
To Apply:
We want to hear from you whether you are actively looking or more passively considering a new role.
Please contact Stephen or forward your CV through application to this job ad.


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