Senior Quantity Surveyor

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    Market related

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    Lucy Patterson

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    0117 2033444

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    over 1 year ago

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Job title: Senior Quantity Surveyor – M&E

Location: London

Job type: Permanent

Salary / Rate: Very Attractive Salary & Excellent Benefits


A fantastic opportunity has arisen for an experienced M&E Surveyor to join an independent global construction and property consultancy working across all sectors of the built environment.

This is company that delivers project leadership, commercial success, construction excellence and specialist consultancy services to their clients

You will be joining a business that prides itself on providing some of the most respected and highly trained teams through the investment in training and development.

A highly ethical business that supports their communities and charitable causes.

When joining this exciting global business, you will have the opportunity to work on some of the prestigious construction projects.


About you:


To be successful in this role, you will have a fully chartered status (MRICS) and previous experience and knowledge in M&E projects.

Candidates with contractor consultancy or building services background will be considered. However, degree in mechanical engineering or electrical engineering would be advantageous.

You will have strong working knowledge of forms of contract used within the building industry as well as knowledge of standard forms of measurement.  


What's in it for you?


Attractive salary & excellent benefits

Training & Development opportunities

Global Market Leading Business


If you would like to be considered for this opportunity, please click the link to apply or contact Lucy Patterson at Thorn Baker on 0117 2033 444 or Lucy@thornbaker.co.uk.


Key Skills: Construction, Consultancy, Mechanical & Electrical, Surveyor, MRICS