Description de l'offre
ENGIE is a leading energy and services company focused on three key activities: production and supply of energy, services and regeneration. Our 17,000 employees combine these capabilities for the benefit of individuals, businesses and communities throughout the UK & Ireland.
We enable customers to embrace a lower carbon, more efficient and increasingly digital world. Our customers benefit from our energy efficient and smart building solutions, the provision of effective and innovative services, the transformation of neighbourhoods through regeneration projects, and the supply of reliable, flexible and renewable energy.
ENGIE improves lives through better living and working environments. We help to balance performance with responsibility, enabling progress in a harmonious way.
Globally, the ENGIE Group employs 160,000 people worldwide and achieved revenues of €60.6 billion in 2018.
ENGIE are recruiting for a Managing Quantity Surveyor to be based in Southwark. This is a permanent full-time role working Monday to Friday. On offer is a competitive and benefits package.
The role will oversee all commercial elements of either a large single project or a suite of projects together with holding a wider interest in the overall commercial performance of the Region, maximising profitability, protecting the company’s legal and contractual obligations and leading on all financial and commercial issues. To provide support to the regions board of directors in identifying and managing risk with all relevant mitigation measures, ensuring accuracy of financial reporting always. To aspire to the highest standards of Commercial leadership and behaviours, acting decisively and promptly to achieve the best outcomes for the company. To maintain, promote and retain strong relationships with external parties providing mutual benefits and promoting teamwork and co-operation across all other departments. To understand and adhere to the company Safety, Health, Environmental and Quality policy/strategy, setting a positive and pro-active example in all SHEQ related matters
Main Responsibilities/Duties Include:
· Take line management responsibility for all QS’s on a large single project or within a designated suite of projects.
· Recruit, retain and develop the Surveying team encouraging the highest standards of performance.
· Thoroughly induct all new Quantity Surveyors recruited into the business.
· To take a leading role in financial strategy at Contract Establishment stage by implementing, monitoring and managing our desired approach with QS teams.
· Maximise profit potential on all operational schemes, by carrying out regular project reviews with the site teams and Regional Director and working directly with clients where needed.
· Maximise variation and specification change opportunities on live schemes to ensure all opportunities of increased margins are identified and considered.
· Identify and manage financial risk to the regions, associated with working in new areas and with new suppliers.
· Work with Regional Director and legal department on any potential and live and potential disputes that can expose the region to risk.
· Manage all profitability reporting for the designated projects, working with the QS teams and operations manager, ensuring accuracy and robustness of financial reporting, with all risks and opportunities identified and discussed with the regional directors on a monthly basis.
· Ensure internal valuations and revenue / cash-flow forecasts are accurate and reflect realistic delivery on site, monitor and manage monthly changes, providing report on major movements.
· Work with Regional Director carrying out an overall (risk/opportunities adjusted) financial report each month after completion of CVR reporting for internal management purposes.
· Maximise over-values and prompt cash collection with timely invoicing of month accrued income values.
· Ensure all QS’s in the business operate in accordance with the ENGIE way and any other agreed procedures and act appropriately towards all clients and suppliers.
· Establish accurate cost delivery data within the region, and work with estimating teams to ensure real delivery costs are incorporated into live tenders, attend financial tender adjudication reviews to discuss potential risk and opportunities at tender stage.
· Manage staff cost allocations including direct job costed staff, reporting direct to the Head of Commercial on any potential issues
· Manage “red flag” reports, chase up outstanding issues and report progress to Head of Commercial.
· To help set up regional supply chain deals, working with the central procurement department to ensure the regions achieve the best potential in terms of supplier arrangements.
· Ensure sub-contract buying gains are maximized, working with the Divisional Director to ensure appropriate SC choices are made at contract set up.
· Close management of supply chain within the region, measuring performance & working with Regional Director & Bid Teams to ensure fair split of work between estimating & operations teams.
· Review proposed new contract conditions as required, advising on suitability and level of risk to the board of directors, negotiating the best possible terms.
· Actively promote the business externally and be able to articulate the company’s strategy to clients, consultants and other parties as appropriate.
Required Qualifications, Skills or Experience:
· Degree in Quantity Surveying or appropriate alternative.
· Experience within a senior surveying position reporting to either a commercial manager or director.
· Demonstrable experience in relevant forms of contract including JCT / NEC / PPC.
· Wide experience in a relevant Main Contracting Commercial role.
· Excellence verbal communication skills, numerical skills and negotiation/influencing skills.
· Good IT skills – MS Office, Excel, Project, Word etc.
· Professional Membership of RICS or CIOB.
· Proven track record in a Commercial Management / leadership role.
· Relevant experience in a variety of form of construction such as Concrete Frame, Timber Frame etc.
· Demonstrable experience in line management with experience in developing junior team members and understanding of cash management.
· Good experience in disputes / claims resolution.
· Ability to lead issues outside own discipline where required and remain positive and focused.
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For this role, you must have evidence of the right to work in the UK. There is no re-location package with this job role. ENGIE do not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation, and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.
The ENGIE Resourcing Team supports this job advert. Agency involvement is not required. All related enquiries must come to the resourcing team not direct to ENGIE Managers.
· Posting Date: Jan 18, 2021