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11 Merrion Square,
Tel: +353 1 690 9724
Graduate Quantity Surveyor
Entered: 14 Aug 2018
Azon are working with an international well established top tier contractor specialising in fit out/ Pharma. They have an excellent reputation in the Irish and international markets with 80% of their work being repeatable business. They are the biggest players in their market speciality working with major blue-chip clients across a range of sectors including pharma, biotech, healthcare, microelectronics, data centres, commercial space and others with a turnover in the range of €150 million.
You will work in an environment which is focused on career progression, education opportunities, and close mentoring. You will be given responsibility in different areas of the business which will allow you to gain valuable experience.
This company is also conscious of staff health and wellbeing and conducts monthly workshops with health industry professional to help educate and support its staff in this area.
This is a 2 year graduate programme that will lead to a permanent position thereafter. This role will be reporting into a senior Manager. This role works alongside the senior QS within a wider team of 15.
This is an excellent position offering exposure to all aspects of Quantity Surveying which allows for fast track progression.
The business' portfolio in the design and build arenas with blue chip multinational organisations is growing so they have a need for a graduate QS to support the business performance.
This is a great opportunity for a graduate QS to enhance their CV and build their own reputation among Irelands construction elite.
A job with this company is a career and Azon has received fantastic reports back from those we have placed there.
The graduate QS will support the QS with management of subcontractor's accounts, Cash Management, Value Recovery and International Reporting.
Candidates interested in this position will have to have a degree in Quantity Surveying or equivalent.
Salary: Excellent Graduate salary with possible increase every 6 months.
Please note: If you are an EU/EEA national, you will be asked to show proof of right to work in Ireland e.g. showing your employer a copy of your passport.
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