JOB DESCRIPTION : The Quantity Surveyor supports the Construction Manager and the Discipline Superintendent in the following tasks.
In case of activities on Civil, Building, Electrical and Instrumental disciplines :
Update the project bill of quantities in the form of a quantity record booklet according to passive invoicing procedures.
Update the project management database with actual data.
Supply / verify quantitative data for the preparation of extra works and dayworks and support the Discipline Superintendent and management team for proper definition of any NP (New Price) and CWO (Change Work Order).
Ensure the monitoring of daily manhours / equipment spent by site contractors or by direct hiring activities.
Monitor the actual quantities in order to assess both the active and the passive progress measurement according with the contracts in place.
Verify the correct implementation and use of the project management information systems for the project (also for subcontractors when required).
Verify data consistency in respect to company procedures, project agreements, preambles, price list and specific requirements defined in the subcontracts in place.
Assist the Discipline Superintendent and Mgmt Syst. and Quantity Manager for the creation of the necessary reports.
Assist the Mgmt Syst. and Quantity Manager for the creation of the quantity management reports and construction costs estimate to complete.
Verify the monitoring of daily manhours / equipment spent by site subcontractors or by direct hiring activities.
Ensure the correct work progress statements and relevant certification of subcontractors works, for accountability purposes, in accordance with the project procedures, preambles, price list, Company standards and information systems, and contract / subcontracts requirements.
Support the Construction Manager and management team (i.e. Discipline Superintendent, Contract Manager, Risk Manager, Project manager) for early detection of risks and opportunities related to the performance of the subcontractors (delay estimation, back up plan against subcontractor claims, etc.).
Assist the Construction Manager and the Discipline Superintendent in the technical-administrative settling of claims presented by subcontractors and / or to Client.
Assist the Construction Manager and the Discipline Superintendent in the analysis of construction feasibility of its own discipline based on IFC drawings.
Assist the Construction Manager and the Discipline Superintendent the budgeting of preemptive accountability based on IFC drawings.
In addition to all the above, in case of coordination of a team of Quantity Surveyors, the coordinator, with suitable experience and seniority, shall effectively drive the team (internal or external resources) maintaining the targets of the project and / or embrace the ownership and responsibility of more than one discipline.
EDUCATION AND SKILLS REQUIREMENTS :
Recognized and accredited 3 year diploma or 4 year Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering
Minimum 10 - 15 years recent proven work related experience within Oil & Gas Industry.
Proficiency in MS Office.