The role of a Senior Quantity Surveyor (QS) is responsible for providing Quantity Surveying skills for architectural, structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and external works (i.e. a broad range of trades) to internal Clients (primarily YDG) and external Clients.1. Leads a small team of QS's with a clear role of teaching, mentoring and up-skilling with a focus on general Quantity Surveying skills such as (but not limited to) estimation, detailed cost plans, price comparisons, BoQ preparation, method of measurement, company standard measuring practice etc2. Ensure robust, accurate and timely in the preparation of Cost Plan (3 types) and Bills of Quantities from early design information including budget costs for feasibility studies. Work closely with the design team on design economies and identify the opportunity of value engineering.3. Assist the manager in the preparation of procurement strategy, options and contractual strategy specific to the project including contract review, contract risk analysis, recommendations and negotiation.4. Be responsible in the procurement / Sub-Contractor award including preparing Requests for Proposals (RFP), Scopes of Works (SoW), tender clarifications, tender questionnaires, tender recommendations, price / cost comparisons, negotiating and drafting Contracts.5. Building a Cost Data Base / Master Tenderer List including sourcing quotations from domestic and international Suppliers, Consultants and Contractors and ensure they are pre-qualified.6. Contract drafting and administration including preparing Contracts, Contract review, collating comments from across the PM team, assessing interim payment applications (progress claims), variations / claims, Extensions of Time (EoT) and Final Accounts. Also reviewing and responding to Contractual claims, preparation and issue of letters, notices and contractual correspondence to Clients and / or Contractors to assist the Project Manager in the prevention and settlement of contractual disputes.7. Proactive cost control for projects including transparent and competitive procurement and contractual administration / management processes. Ensure accurate cash flow forecasting and reporting takes place.8. Proactively identifies inefficiencies in existing operations, procedures, documentation and systems, suggests solutions to these issues, discusses with management and is actively involved in their development and improvement. 9. Help ensure that commercial processes are adhered to across the cost and contracts department.10. Ensure that good Client relationships both internal and external are fostered.
- A tertiary-level qualification is preferred.- Experience with FIDIC suite of Contracts and RICS rules of measurement is preferred.- High level of computer literacy, in particular with MS Excel and MS Word.- Myanmar language skills are preferred.- A good standard of written English including a good understanding of Contractual terms and their implications and obligations.
* Bonus* Transportation* Group Medical Policy
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