Quantity Surveyor - Civil Engineering


Salary and Benefits: £Negotiable +Company Car/Car Allowance + Fuel Card (for personal & business use), Annual Bonus, Excellent Company Pension, Use of Independent Financial Advisor + Death in Service Cover + Buy/Sell Holiday Scheme plus loads more!

Location: Kearsley (M26 1GE) with flexibility

What Will The Role Involve?

As one of our Quantity Surveyors, you will provide the necessary contractual and commercial expertise, supporting the site team and others alike from pre, through to post construction. You’ll ensure that value is maximised, risks are mitigated and cashflow is maintained. In this role, you will support the management of key strategy deliverables whilst ensuring compliance with all commercial procedures and reporting requirements.

You’ll meet all procurement deliverables through effective supply chain communication management and analysis whilst working with various members of the team to ensure reporting deadlines are achieved and targets are met. You’ll take the lead role for the management, procurement and implementation of subcontractors and liaise regularly with external stakeholders and clients to ensure best commercial outcomes are achieved on all projects through the correct application and administration of the contract. You’ll also be expected to aid and assist trainee / assistant QS’s where possible.

We’re looking for someone who can maintain standards of professional practice and appropriately manage their time, by recognising internal and external demands – this could include cost reporting, subcontract procurement, management and payment and contract administration (pre & post).

What Key Skills & Experience Are We Looking For?


  • Degree or 5+ years’ experience in Quantity Surveying
  • CSCS Accreditation
  • Experience on various civils, drainage, groundworks, concreting, 278, minor building projects
  • Full EU Driving Licence
  • Sound commercial understanding and can demonstrate the ability to maximise value and effective cash management, through good understanding of contracts terms and conditions
  • Understanding of SF’s of contracts, JCT, NEC, ICE
  • Awareness of insurance requirements, including third party agreements (Warranties/Bodies/PCG)
  • Ability to interrogate tender information and analysis


  • Member of professional body, RICS, CICES, ICE or similar

If you feel this opportunity is suitable and you match the skillset required, then please apply online and complete the application process. We reserve the right to close this position before the published closing date should the need occur, therefore we advise that you complete and submit your application as soon as possible.


Bethell Group are an equal opportunities employer and actively recruit for members of the Armed Forces, Veterans and their families, having recently signed the Armed Forces Covenant.


Career enhancement and development, colleague well-being and a genuinely positive work experience for all are key priorities. We are continuously evolving and improving our ways of working and you will support us in achieving our vision over the coming years.

 Due to the nature and environment of our work, all offers of employment are conditional upon satisfactory completion of our pre-employment checks. These include:


  • Checking identity and Right to Work in UK
  • Employment References
  • Basic Disclosure criminal records checks
  • Drugs Test on first day in business

Other checks may be required depending on the nature of the job for which you have applied, e.g., qualifications or enhanced security checks.

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