Senior Project Engineer (Mechanical)
NG Bailey
Reading, GB
6d ago

Role overview

We have an exciting new opportunity for a Quantity Surveyor or Assistant Quantity Surveyor to join our team on a major project in Aberdeen.

The main purpose of the role is to assist with the implementation of best commercial practices on projects, through tender stage to completion and final account settlement, to deliver improved commercial and financial performance to the project.

The initial project will be a circa £50m project based at a healthcare facility in Aberdeen.


  • Ensure that our safety first and foremost message is visible and alive through all activities.
  • Review the contract terms and conditions to identify any risks or opportunities on the project
  • Work with the project team and assist with preparation of applications for payment and ensure payment is received in accordance with the contract
  • Assist with the production and administration of any subcontract agreements
  • Review and understand the obligations of NG Bailey under the contract
  • Assist with the production of the commercial plan, monitoring our compliance and obligations
  • Assist in production, distribution and maintenance of all contract records, and internal reporting
  • Assist with monitoring and forecasting cost and revenue throughout the project life cycle
  • Work with the project team on the preparation of final accounts, including review of supply chain final accounts.
  • Understand contract change management procedures and assist with the identification and qualification of any changes to our contractual obligations
  • Maintain positive relationships with the customer
  • Requirements

  • Some previous experience at Assistant QS or QS level gained within Mechanical & Electrical works, or within the wider construction industry.
  • Excellent MS Excel skill for data management purposes, including the production of VLOOKUP's and Pivot Tables.
  • English and Maths GCSE or equivalent
  • Relevant BSC / degree or equivalent, or willingness to work towards
  • Driving license is advantageous due to the remote location of the site (not easily accessible by public transport)
  • Benefits

  • 25 days holiday per annum, plus bank holidays
  • Pension with leading provider and up to 8% employer contribution
  • Private healthcare
  • Discounts
  • Personal development programme
  • Flexible Benefits
  • If this is of interest, please apply with an up to date CV, detailing your salary / package expectations

    About Us

    We are one of the leading independent engineering and services businesses in the UK. Founded in 1921, with a turnover of £500m and 3000 employees, we are proud of our history of developing great people through our investment in training.

    Working across a variety of sectors within the building and infrastructure industry, our innovative, responsible and forward thinking approach allows us to work on fantastic ground-breaking projects, providing solutions using the latest tools and technologies.

    Progression is something we value and we’ll make sure that when you join us you have a clearly defined development path, supported by regular reviews, training and ongoing support to enable you to be the best you can be.

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