Quantity Surveyor (125 views)

New York
April 20, 2021


I am seeking a Quantity Surveyor to join my client, a firm of construction consultants in York.

You will need to be a Quantity Surveyor working for another firm of PQS or multi disciplinary consultants and be keen to do a role as a QS and Employer’s Agent.

There is some flexibility as to level as my client will be happy to take someone who is almost at APC level or someone who is already RICS qualified.

Some training can be given if you have not previously fulfilled the Employer’s Agent role.

My client is continuing to expand which has created this role to work on a range of exciting projects across Yorkshire and surrounding areas.


My client is a firm of construction consultants offering cost management, project management and EA services with several offices across the North East and North West of England.


You will be a Quantity Surveyor with at least 2 years post graduate experience working for another firm of construction consultants.

You will either be working towards becoming chartered with the RICS or you may be more senior and already be chartered.

You will need to have pre and post contract experience as a QS with experience to include estimating, tender reporting, contract administration, cost control, programme and risk management.

You will be keen to get involved in a role which will include all QS duties and Employer’s Agent duties too.

Salary is very negotiable according to experience plus pension, fees, support to become chartered if not chartered already, performance related bonus.

In addition my client is open to some element of flexible working if you want to work from home a couple of days per week.

Please email a full c.v. to deniseneville@tedrecruitment.com or via this website or give me, Denise Neville a call for an informal and confidential discussion on +44 20 7613 5555 or +44 20 8368 0025 or mobile +44 7836 350309.



 Ref: DNP9063

Salary Range: £30000 - £45000 per annum + Negotiable salary, bonus scheme

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