Site Quantity Surveyor
Framatome is a major international player in the nuclear energy market recognised for its innovative solutions and value-added technologies for designing, building, maintaining, and advancing the global nuclear fleet. The company designs, manufactures, and installs components, fuel and instrumentation and control systems for nuclear power plants and offers a full range of reactor services.
With 14,000 employees worldwide, every day Framatome’s expertise helps its customers improve the safety and performance of their nuclear plants and achieve their economic and societal goals.
Framatome is owned by the EDF Group (75.5%), Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI – 19.5%) and Assystem (5%).
Due to our ongoing growth, we are currently recruiting for a highly experienced Quantity Surveyor to join our Hinkley Point C team.
Reporting to the Site Contract & Commercial Manager, the Site Quantity Surveyor will be responsible for site construction activities, with primary responsibility to manage and oversee the events leading to waiting time, additional activities, and demobilisation on the construction site. You will be responsible for assessing the impact of these events on the project timeline, cost, and quality, and effectively communicate and negotiate with the customer to ensure commercial solution. Your role will involve close interaction with the project team, subcontractors, and other stakeholders to ensure accurate measurement, valuation, and control of costs throughout the project lifecycle.
The Site Quantity Surveyor will interface with all the Site Management Team, subcontractors members, the Head office Contract and Commercial Team and the Client Commercial and Contractual team
Key responsibilities of the role will include:
Ensuring progress report of installation & commissioning activities on the field:
Ensure daily visits and report of progress of Framatome team installation and commissioning activities on-site, and ensure compliance with contractual obligations and manage contractual disputes related to waiting time, additional activities, and demobilization
- Assess the impact of waiting time, additional activities, and demobilization on project timelines and budgets.
- Prepare and submit variation orders to the customer for approval and negotiation.
- Track and document approved variations, ensuring accurate measurement, valuation, and invoicing.
- Engage in commercial negotiations with the customer to reach fair and equitable agreements regarding events leading to waiting time, additional activities, and demobilisation.
- Prepare detailed cost impact analysis and reports for customer review and approval.
- Maintain effective communication channels with the customer to address commercial concerns and resolve disputes.
Documentation and Reporting:
- Maintain accurate records of events leading to waiting time, additional activities, and demobilization, including supporting documentation.
To be considered, we require the following qualifications, skills and experience:
Educated to degree level
- Bachelors degree is mandatory
- Proven experience as a Quantity Surveyor in the construction industry, with a focus on site activities and commercial management.
- Strong knowledge of construction contracts and commercial mechanisms
- Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills
- Proficient in performing clear writing reports
- Effective negotiation and communication skills, with the ability to build and maintain relationships with stakeholders.
- Attention to detail and ability to work under pressure
- Sound understanding of construction methodologies and processes.
- Computer literate: standard Microsoft package
Specialization: Q1 - Surveillance & Inspection
Level of education (all) Bachelor
Place: United Kingdom, Europe, Hinkley Point C
Employment level: Engineer & Executive
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