Location: SloughMorgan Sindall Construction & Infrastructure Ltd
Morgan Sindall is a UK construction and infrastructure business part of Morgan Sindall Group plc, the company works for private and public sector customers on projects and frameworks from £50,000 to over £1 billion. Activities range from small works and repair and maintenance, to the design and delivery of complex construction and engineering projects where it is able to provide specialist design, tunnelling, utilities, building, civil engineering and mechanical and electrical services. The company operates across the commercial, defence, education, energy, healthcare, industrial, leisure, retail, transport and water markets.
As a Graduate Quantity Surveyor within our business, you will assist the project surveyor to carry out quantity surveying duties in conjunction with other team members and provide effective financial and contractual control on all contracts allocated. Some key responsibilities will include:
- Undertake costing activities, under direction, utilising a sound working knowledge of the cost coding structure for the project
- Maintain high personal safety and environmental standards in accordance with company policy
- Monitor and ensure that full payment is received for all work claimed and certified
- Liaise with customer representatives and other members of the team to ensure effective communications and a cohesive working environment
- Ensure that the quality management processes are cascaded and duly acted upon.
Our Graduate Programme
You will join the Morgan Sindall Graduate Academy comprising key personal skills development and technical modules delivered over a two year period. Our graduate development programme provides the opportunity, through regular training events, for all graduates to meet and network with other graduates from around the business.
What you’ll gain
Aligned with your job role or discipline you will be enrolled onto the appropriate institution’s professional development scheme. You will be assigned a mentor to support and guide your progression through to Chartered or full membership.
You should be studying towards or hold a relevant accredited degree; we’ll consider applications from people with any degree classification.