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Senior Contracts Administrator » Torbanlea, Fraser Coast - Title: Senior Contracts Administrator Job Number: 19356 Location: Torbanlea, QLD, AU, 4662 About John Holland At John Holland, our purpose is simple, we transform lives with everything we do. We've always known at its heart Building is about people - our customers, our employees, and the communities in which we work. That's our difference. Deep experience and capability with a genuine care about creating better lives for people along the way. Be part of a team that thrives on rising to the challenge of transforming lives for good. About the Role Plan and manage the end-to-end commercial management of large subcontracts and self-performed works, both directly and indirectly. Work effectively with internal and external stakeholders and direct reports to deliver project commercial outcome. The role will be based on our regional project - Queensland Train Manfacturing Program close to Hervey Bay. What you will do; Participate in scope of works planning, ensuring that gaps are minimised, cost efficiencies are maximised and subcontractor capabilities are considered. Prepare procurement strategies, including breakdown into individual works packages, identification of potential subcontractors, procurement methods and timing. Provide management and leadership to other commercial roles, including direct reports. Maintain contact and good working relationships with a broad range of subcontractors and a maintain good awareness of market conditions and movements. Assess commercial and contractual risks, identify and implement appropriate controls and escalate actual or potential issues to Commercial Manager and or Project Manager. Provide commercial support for self-perform works. Assist dispute resolution processes as required. Ensure cost forecasting for allocated subcontracts and cost codes (including those allocated to direct reports) are accurately maintained and cost issues are appropriately escalated upon identification. Effectively manage subcontracts through all phases, including scope preparation, procurement, cost forecasting, subcontractor management, claims/variations processing, completion and close out. Operate and maintain commercial and contract systems including Project Costs Reporting (PCR), Asset Registers, Commercial pack and Contract Sum. Ensure compliance with Building Code at all times and report any potential non-compliances. Prepare reporting on commercial performance periodically and on an ad hoc basis as required. Assist with Head Contract administration where required. Perform all duties in accordance with John Holland policies, processes, systems and procedures. What we are looking for; Demonstrated experience as a Senior Contracts Administrator or Quantity Surveyor in the construction and engineering industry. Experience in all stages of subcontract management, including scope preparation, procurement, cost forecasting, subcontractor management, claims/variations management, completion and close out. Experience with a variety of project values and complexity, including large, technically complex works packages. Strong commercial acumen and awareness in areas of cost management and contract law. Knowledge and understanding of industry market conditions and movements. Demonstrated ability to manage commercial negotiations. Awareness and compliance with document control and records management procedures. Qualifications Degree in Construction Management, Engineering, Economics, Quantity Surveying, Law, Commerce or equivalent. Post graduate qualifications e.g. graduate certificate, graduate diploma in Commerce, Accounting, Business, Construction, Property, Quantity Surveying, Law or other associated disciplines. As part of the team, you help us deliver on our promise to transform lives. Your success is reflected in ours, so we're committed to being an employer of choice. We pride ourselves on having a diverse and inclusive workplace, as different perspectives and ideas will deliver our long-term success. We want you to be with us for the long-term, so providing you with rich career experiences and ongoing development is our priority. What' in it for you when you join John Holland? We're about connecting your sense of purpose to ours. We understand that your career is one of the biggest ways to have an impact on the world. We also believe in supporting you as a whole person, not just an employee. We reward and support our people in so many ways. This starts with being flexible about how different people like to work. From industry-leading leave policies to wellbeing and relationship support, your needs sit at the heart of our employee benefits. We Offer; Competitive remuneration with salary continuance, and salary sacrifice packaging options available. Great leave benefits including 18 weeks paid parental leave with superannuation and up to an extra 18 weeks of superannuation paid on further periods of unpaid parental leave, multicultural leave exchange and two additional John Holland Days to prioritise health and wellbeing. Career progression underpinned by our exciting pipeline of work means you'll have the opportunity to work on iconic projects that are shaping cities and communities. Learning and development opportunities where you'll have access to emerging talent programs, building your career through clear career pathways, and technical and leadership training and development opportunities. Inclusion and diversity is part of how we work and do what we do at John Holland. Our active commitment to being an employer of choice is evident in the delivery of our Gender Equality Strategic Plan supported by our Pride, Celebrate Women, RAP and Grow networks. Flexible working that works for you as we know flexibility means different things to different people. Whether it's flexi-hours, flexi-parenting, flexi-leave, flexi-shifts, flexi-work, we're committed to helping our people work flexibly. • Sat, 01 JunJohn Holland
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Contracts Administrator » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Title: Contracts Administrator Job Number: 19398 Location: Brisbane, QLD, AU, 4000 About John Holland At John Holland, our purpose is simple - we transform lives with everything we do. We've always known that infrastructure is about people - our customers, our employees, and the communities in which we work every day. That's our difference. Deep experience and capability with a genuine care about creating better lives for people along the way. Be part of the team that's up for the challenge of transforming lives for good. About the Role The Contract Administrator will play a critical role on the iconic Waterfront project by providing contract administration services to assist in the project's control of contract costs. They will assist with preparations and negotiate with sub-contractors for the calling of quotations and letting of contracts. Responsibilities of the role include Subcontractor management including conducting initial investigations, minimizing variation claims, monitoring Code compliance and process and recommend progress claims Draft scope of works and tender packages for quotations Operate and maintain commercial and contract systems including Project Costs Reporting (PCR), Asset Registers, Commercial Pack database and Contract Sum Ensure cost forecasting for allocated subcontracts and cost codes are accurately maintained Interpret specifications and drawings so as to understand scope of works for the project at Head Contract and Subcontract scope level Participate in identification and quantification of Head Contracts Assess commercial and contractual risks Check compliance and prepare reporting on commercial performance of the contract What we are looking for; Previous experience in a Contracts Administrator or Quantity Surveyor role in the construction and engineering industry Degree in Construction Management, Engineering, Economics, Quantity Surveying, Law, Commerce or equivalent Intermediate to advanced proficiency in relevant software packages such as Microsoft Suite (including Excel) and exposure to a contract management system (CRM) Experience in negotiating with sub-contractors As part of the team, you can help us transform lives. Your success is reflected in ours, so we're committed to being an employer of choice. We pride ourselves on having a diverse and inclusive workplace, as we understand that different perspectives and ideas are critical to our long-term success. We want you to be with us for the long term, so providing you with rich career experiences and ongoing development is our priority. What's in it for you We're about connecting your sense of purpose to ours. We understand that your career is one of the biggest ways to have an impact on the world. We also believe in supporting you as a whole person, not just an employee. We reward and support our people in so many ways. This starts with being flexible about how different people like to work. From generous leave policies to wellbeing and relationship support, your needs sit at the heart of our employee benefits. We offer; Competitive remuneration with salary continuance, and salary sacrifice options. Great leave benefits including 18 weeks paid parental leave with super and up to an extra 18 weeks of super paid on further periods of unpaid parental leave, multicultural leave exchange and two extra days to prioritise your wellbeing. Career progression underpinned by our exciting pipeline of work means you'll have the opportunity to work on iconic projects that are shaping cities and communities. Learning and development opportunities where you'll have access to emerging talent programs, building your career through clear career pathways, plus technical and leadership training and development opportunities. Inclusion, diversity and equity is part of how we work. We want everyone at John Holland to feel that they belong - that's why we're working hard every day to foster a more inclusive culture, backed by a business-wide inclusion strategy to bring about meaningful change. We've also got active employee resource groups that support our commitments including those around gender equality and reconciliation. Flexible working that works for you as we know flexibility means different things to different people. Whether it's flexi-hours, flexi-parenting, flexi-leave, flexi-shifts or flexi-work, we're committed to helping our people work flexibly. • Sun, 09 JunJohn Holland
Contracts Administrator » Woolloongabba, Brisbane - Title: Contracts Administrator Job Number: 19390 Location: Woolloongabba, QLD, AU, 4102 About John Holland At John Holland, our purpose is simple - we transform lives with everything we do. We've always known that infrastructure is about people - our customers, our employees, and the communities in which we work every day. That's our difference. Deep experience and capability with a genuine care about creating better lives for people along the way. Be part of the team that's up for the challenge of transforming lives for good. About the Role The Contract Administrator will play a critical role on the Logan Hospital Expansion project by providing contract administration services to assist in the project's control of contract costs. They will assist with preparations and negotiate with sub-contractors for the calling of quotations and letting of contracts. Responsibilities of the role include Subcontractor management including conducting initial investigations, minimising variation claims, monitoring Code compliance and process and recommend progress claims Draft scope of works and tender packages for quotations Operate and maintain commercial and contract systems including Project Costs Reporting (PCR), Asset Registers, Commercial Pack database and Contract Sum Ensure cost forecasting for allocated subcontracts and cost codes are accurately maintained Interpret specifications and drawings so as to understand scope of works for the project at Head Contract and Sub Contract scope level Participate in identification and quantification of Head Contracts Assess commercial and contractual risks Check compliance and prepare reporting on commercial performance of the contract What we are looking for; Previous experience in a Contracts Administrator or Quantity Surveyor role in the construction and engineering industry Degree in Construction Management, Engineering, Economics, Quantity Surveying, Law, Commerce or equivalent Intermediate to advanced proficiency in relevant software packages such as Microsoft Suite (including Excel) and exposure to a contract management system (CRM) Experience in negotiating with sub-contractors As part of the team, you can help us transform lives. Your success is reflected in ours, so we're committed to being an employer of choice. We pride ourselves on having a diverse and inclusive workplace, as we understand that different perspectives and ideas are critical to our long-term success. We want you to be with us for the long term, so providing you with rich career experiences and ongoing development is our priority. What's in it for you We're about connecting your sense of purpose to ours. We understand that your career is one of the biggest ways to have an impact on the world. We also believe in supporting you as a whole person, not just an employee. We reward and support our people in so many ways. This starts with being flexible about how different people like to work. From generous leave policies to wellbeing and relationship support, your needs sit at the heart of our employee benefits. We offer: Competitive remuneration with salary continuance, and salary sacrifice options. Great leave benefits including 18 weeks paid parental leave with super and up to an extra 18 weeks of super paid on further periods of unpaid parental leave, multicultural leave exchange and two extra days to prioritise your wellbeing. Career progression underpinned by our exciting pipeline of work means you'll have the opportunity to work on iconic projects that are shaping cities and communities. Learning and development opportunities where you'll have access to emerging talent programs, building your career through clear career pathways, plus technical and leadership training and development opportunities. Inclusion, diversity and equity is part of how we work. We want everyone at John Holland to feel that they belong - that's why we're working hard every day to foster a more inclusive culture, backed by a business-wide inclusion strategy to bring about meaningful change. We've also got active employee resource groups that support our commitments including those around gender equality and reconciliation. Flexible working that works for you as we know flexibility means different things to different people. Whether it's flexi-hours, flexi-parenting, flexi-leave, flexi-shifts or flexi-work, we're committed to helping our people work flexibly. • Sun, 09 JunJohn Holland
Building Consultant » Victoria, Australia - Flexible hybrid working environment National team culture: Crawford technology enables nationwide collaboration on all inspections, investigations and reports with opportunity for interstate and regional travel Varied work: 40% site visits and 60% office/hybrid (typically) - File/job closure within 3-4 weeks (typically) - Insurance claims range from storm damage, fire, bushfire, impact damage, leaking pipes, malicious damage, liability etc. About the Opportunity: We are currently seeking an experienced Building Consultant to provide expert advice on all things related to building repairs in our CRD Team located within our Melbourne office. CRD is a division of Crawford which offers Engineering, Quantity Surveying and Building Consultancy services to the insurance industry. To learn more about CRD, then please visit www.crawco.com.au/crd. As a Building Consultant, you will be the first point of reference to provide technical guidance to our clients, through thorough building inspections and translating these findings into detailed technical building reports. Whilst we are seeking an experienced Building Consultant with insurance experience, we are also open to hearing from you if do not have insurance experience and come from a construction background, and most importantly, have a can-do attitude, and are willing to grow your career within the building consultancy/insurance space. In addition to your salary (commensurate with your skills and experience), you will also receive tools of the trade (company car/car allowance, mobile phone, and laptop), support for your professional development and career, and be eligible for a performance bonus. About You: The role will suit candidates who can demonstrate: Sound technical experience in building consultancy work (min 3 years). Strong commercial and business sense. Excellent client relationships and communication skills. High motivation, responsibility, sound judgement and customer focus. Previous experience documenting and leading a diverse range of projects. Ability to perform in a fast-paced consulting environment with competing demands. Excellent technical report writing skills. Key Requirements: Experience in commercial and domestic building practices, understanding building regulations, codes, and standards, and being able to demonstrate the ability to interpret technical building matters. A genuine passion to assist in identifying and resolving site issues. Extensive technical building experience that you have gained through a trade or site experience. You are currently a registered building practitioner as an engineer, building inspector, building surveyor, quantity surveyor, or builder (commercial or domestic). A methodical and efficient approach to managing your time. Be well-presented, energetic, polite, and have a friendly attitude. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, where you have the knack for interpreting complex issues and distilling them into actionable solutions. Strong ability to produce high quality technical reports using Word and Excel. A valid and current drivers licence. Key Responsibilities: Conduct inspections of properties and buildings to identify defects, evaluate compliance, and identify liabilities in relevance to the project. Conduct unbiased investigations for various types of clients. Prepare written reports that document causes of failure, extent of loss, and recommended remediation. Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies. Maintain and champion a professional service mindset through organisational learning, continuous improvement, and professional development. Prepare detailed building reports for defective or incomplete work, make good reports, stage inspection reports, dilapidation reports, condition reports, and other reports as required. Provide expert witness testimony in the courts, as required. Develop and maintain a good knowledge of appropriate Government legislation, standards, and codes relating to building, construction processes, technologies, and associated building materials. Crawford is committed to being an inclusive workplace that employs and retains the best and most diverse talent. We value diversity of thought, experience and perspective and aim to create a workplace where our people feel valued, respected, and empowered. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and from people of all backgrounds regardless of gender identity, age, sexual orientation, disability, or ethnicity. It is the policy of Crawford & Company that all successful employees consent to a national police check. To be eligible to apply, you must have Australian or New Zealand citizenship or permanent residency status. Interested? please submit a short cover letter explaining why you are suitable for the role along with your resume. • Sat, 08 JunCrawford & Company
Senior Quantity Surveyor » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Take a crucial role in delivering landmark infrastructure projects & leading a team of AQS's in this multinational cost consultancy. Start Now No overtime required, 40 hour weeks - ensuring a great a healthy WLB Prime Location - within walking distance from public transport Ongoing support & guidance from Directors - pathways to Associate Director ABOUT THE COMPANY. The company is a multinational cost consultancy that holds an impeccable reputation in the industry. They have a great project portfolio across a variety of sectors such as Commercial, Residential, Infrastructure, Civils, Industrial, Retail, Education, etc. Our client takes pride in their capable team and heavily invest in their career and ensures that their people are equipped with adequate resources to excel in their career. ABOUT THE POSITION. You will be involved in ensuring that all work is carried out efficiently and diligently from the feasibility stage through to the handover stage of the project. As a Senior Quantity Surveyor, you will be responsible for stellar infrastructure projects that include roads, bridges, tunnels, rail, airport, etc. You will mentor and support a team of Assistant Quantity Surveyors while also working closely with the Director. DUTIES. Lead Pre and Post Contract duties Responsible for measurements, variations & progress claims Lead and support a team of AQSs Liaise with clients and key stakeholders SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE. A Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management or equivalent Minimum 5 years Professional Quantity Surveying in Australia Member of AIQS or RICS is advantageous CULTURE. People enjoy working with our client because of their high level of specialisation, team guidance and consistent support. The company empowers their employees and strive to foster a positive and collaborative environment by conducting regular team outings and team bonding incentives. BENEFITS Numerous incentives to promote physical and mental health No overtime required, 40 hour weeks - ensuring a great a healthy work life balance. (WFH) Regular team outings and incentives to reward and recognise accomplishments HOW TO APPLY. Click "Apply for this job", or for a confidential discussion, please contact Pav Singh on (02) 9231 4999. • Fri, 07 JunIvory Group

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Contract Administrator/Quantity Surveyor » Melbourne CBD, Melbourne - ConsultANZ seeks a Contract Administrator/Quantity Surveyor for our top-tier client in Melbourne. ConsultANZ is seeking a skilled and experienced Contract Administrator/Quantity Surveyor to manage all commercial and contractual aspects of projects, including overseeing contracts and payment claims with clients and subcontractors, handling commercial reports and legal matters, and managing both upstream and downstream contracts, while also working with performance-based contracts and managing abatement processes. RESPONSIBILITIES: Administer and manage all contractual aspects of the project. Ensure compliance with contract terms and conditions. Prepare and submit payment claims to clients in a timely manner. Review and validate subcontractor payment claims. Ensure accurate and timely processing of payment certificates. Provide detailed commercial reports on project performance. Track and report on project costs, revenues, and profitability. Maintain accurate records of financial transactions and contract variations. Oversee performance-based contracts, ensuring all parties meet their obligations. Manage abatement processes and apply necessary measures for non-performance. Liaise with project managers, clients, subcontractors, and other stakeholders. Provide expert advice on contractual and commercial matters. Foster strong relationships to ensure smooth project execution. REQUIREMENTS: Bachelor's degree in Quantity Surveying, Construction Management, Law, or a related field. Minimum 5 years of experience in contract administration and quantity surveying. In-depth knowledge of contract law and construction contracts. Strong analytical and negotiation skills. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Proficiency in relevant software applications (e.g., MS Office, project management software). Problem-solving and decision-making abilities. Team player with a collaborative mindset. BENEFITS: Competitive salary up to $160 TFR Enjoy stable and secure employment with a long-term contract. Join a well-known top-tier company with a reputable employer APPY NOW or send an email with your CV to peter.laverconsultanz.com.au. REFER A FRIEND - Interesting job but just not what you are looking for? Refer a friend today and receive a $500 reward if successful. • Fri, 07 JunConsultANZ
Quantity Surveyor - Claims » Cooma, NSW - Quantity Surveyor will support the Commercial Department in appropriately managing bill of quantities, take off quantities...: Recognised tertiary qualifications within a relevant field (B.Sc. Quantity Surveying, Engineering or Construction Management... • Fri, 07 JunWebuild
Contracts Administrator » Brisbane, QLD - contract What we are looking for; Previous experience in a Contracts Administrator or Quantity Surveyor role in the... construction and engineering industry Degree in Construction Management, Engineering, Economics, Quantity Surveying, Law, Commerce... • Thu, 06 JunJohn Holland
Contracts Administrator » Woolloongabba, QLD - of the contract What we are looking for; Previous experience in a Contracts Administrator or Quantity Surveyor role in... the construction and engineering industry Degree in Construction Management, Engineering, Economics, Quantity Surveying... • Thu, 06 JunJohn Holland
Senior Quantity Surveyor » Australia - . As a Senior Quantity Surveyor, you will be responsible for stellar infrastructure projects that include roads, bridges, tunnels..., rail, airport, etc. You will mentor and support a team of Assistant Quantity Surveyors while also working closely with the... • Thu, 06 JunIvory Group
Senior Contracts Administrator » Perth, Perth Region - Perth-based role - be home every night Permanent role - ongoing work after project completion Exceptional benefits on offer About the role: We are looking for a Senior Contracts Administrator to join a commercial team in Perth. This role would have you looking after a MRWA project including grading and an overpass. The main responsibility of this role is to plan and manage the end-to-end commercial management of large subcontracts and self-performed works. This includes both direct and indirect management. The Senior Contracts Administrator will be expected to work effectively with internal and external stakeholders, as well as direct reports, to deliver project commercial outcomes. Responsibilities of the role include: Effectively manage allocated subcontract packages through all phases, including scope preparation, procurement, cost forecasting, subcontractor management, claims/variations processing, completion and close out Participate in scope of works planning, ensuring that scope gaps are minimised, cost efficiencies are maximised and subcontractor capabilities are considered Participate in procurement strategies, including breakdown into individual works packages, identification of potential subcontractors, procurement methods and timing Provide management and leadership to other commercial and construction roles Maintain contact and good working relationships with our local subcontractors and a maintain good awareness of market conditions and movements Assess commercial and contractual risks, identify and implement appropriate controls and escalate actual or potential issues to Commercial Manager and or Project Manager Operate and maintain commercial and contract systems Prepare reporting on commercial performance periodically and on an ad hoc basis as required To be successful in this key role, you must have: Post graduate qualifications e.g. graduate certificate, graduate diploma in Commerce, Accounting, Business, Construction, Property, Quantity Surveying, Law or other associated disciplines Experience as a Contracts Administrator or Quantity Surveyor in the construction and engineering industry Experience in all stages of subcontract management, including scope preparation, procurement, cost forecasting, subcontractor management, claims/variations management, completion and close out Experience with a variety of project values and complexity, including large, technically complex works packages Strong commercial acumen and awareness in areas of cost management and contract law Knowledge and understanding of industry market conditions and movements Demonstrated ability to manage commercial negotiations Awareness and compliance with document control and records management procedures Shortlisting will commence immediately, click apply now or please email your resume to deborahzenithsearch.com All communication and your resume is treated strictly confidential and will be kept completely private until we have discussed the role and you are comfortable to move forward with the opportunity. To find out more details about this position or any other opportunities in the construction industry, please call Deborah on 0488 822 719. Deborah Skolnik Principal Recruitment Consultant • Thu, 06 JunZenith Executive Search
Senior Quantity Surveyor » Burnley, Yarra Area - About the company: Our client, a multidisciplinary engineering consultancy, are experiencing a strong growth phase and are expanding their base in Victoria. As a group, they deliver exceptional engineering services to recognised contractors working on some of Australia’s most iconic projects. With a focus on collaboration, innovation, and sustainability, they work across a range of sectors, including transportation, water, and infrastructure, to provide comprehensive engineering solutions and support. Your Role: As a Senior Quantity Surveyor, you will play a key role in leading the way in business growth and assist in delivering projects from conception to completion. Your existing experience will be highly regarded in the channel you work, and you will work through all phases of the project lifecycle, pre-tender to handover. Benefits: Working within a consultancy, you will have broad exposure to a diverse range of projects, clients and contractors. Within your role you can expect exceptional progression, increased technical ability, and professional networking. Competitive salary, benefits & parental leave policies Exposure to range of projects in partnership with government and the private sector Dynamic role with flexibility in work location Join a reputable and growing consultancy with a national footprint Great company culture with a diverse range of well-connected professionals Explore various career pathways Regular team social events Health and wellbeing initiatives Flexible working arrangements Job Objectives: Establishing friendly, professional and appropriate relationships with clients, colleagues and other parties involved in the projects and programmes we support. Administering a variety of contracts in accordance with project objectives and policies. Providing accurate project cost monitoring, forecasting and reporting to completion in line with budget. Pro-actively monitoring and managing cost variance and contract cash flow and ensuring that applications are made correctly and in a timely manner. Collaborating with client and contractor teams to manage the delivery of project deliverables, KPIs, and objectives, including programme performance, cost control, and value engineering. Managing contract change effectively, ensuring that projects remain within governance and adopt best practice. Driving improvements in the accuracy of forecasts and budgets. Proactively providing sound commercial knowledge and support to all stakeholders. Ensuring that final accounts are negotiated and agreed. Leading people and commissions as needed Managing internal project administration including invoicing, variations, subconsultant management and contract risk Reviewing project plans and specifications, scheduling, costs saving measures, discrepancies, potential construction problems, etc. Ideal Background: A relevant degree supported by significant experience from pre-construction through to delivery will be favoured. Substantial experience within a civil structures project environment, having worked in a similar project-based contract and financial management position. Additionally, expertise across contract management, construction law and quantity surveying. Experience across major building project is essential, so too is the ability to drive forecast and internal reporting to range of stakeholders. Outstanding interpersonal, liaison, networking, team and individual leadership skills An ability to work to deadlines and manage conflicting priorities in a high-volume work environment Developing working relationships, problem solving and driving projects to successful completion 6-10 years project management experience delivering highly complex and technical projects If you think this could be the role for you then please apply now Or, if you have any questions, please contact Andrew Chalkley on 0417 868 821. Due to the permanent nature of this role, we can only accept applications from Australian Citizens, Permanent Residents or Open Work Visa holders with more than 12 months validity from their role start date. At Fuse, we specialise in recruitment for the infrastructure and utilities industries. We actively source for a broad range of companies and projects within these industries. If you are looking for a new opportunity, we’d love to hear from you If you know someone looking for a job, refer them to us and we'll give you $500 if we find them a new role SCR- andrew-chalkley ChooseFuse • Wed, 05 JunFuse Recruitment
Senior Quantity Surveyor » Burnley, VIC - . Your Role: As a Senior Quantity Surveyor, you will play a key role in leading the way in business growth and assist in... management position. Additionally, expertise across contract management, construction law and quantity surveying. Experience... • Tue, 04 JunFuse Recruitment
Building Consultant » Victoria - practitioner as an engineer, building inspector, building surveyor, quantity surveyor, or builder (commercial or domestic... our CRD Team located within our Melbourne office. CRD is a division of Crawford which offers Engineering, Quantity Surveying... • Tue, 04 JunCrawford & Company
Contract Administrator » Melbourne, Melbourne Region - International Tier 1 seeking experienced Contract Administrators to join their growing, high performing team Company: International Tier 1 Contractor Salary: $140K - $180K Location: Melbourne The Company Our client is a world renowned, award-winning, Tier 1 Construction Company who are a dominant force across Engineering, Commercial & Civil Construction. This role is for the Commercial Construction division; looking after Commercial, Residential, Health projects from $50M to $2B The Projects This role is to work exclusively with an internationally recognised Tier 1 builder on Data Centre Projects. You will have experience on Data Centre projects and be able to successfully perform the Contract Administrator function of managing head and sub contracts, financial reporting, client management and letting of trades. The Role Reporting to the Commercial Manager your day to day duties will include but not limited to: Prepare and Issue Request for Tender; Evaluate Tender Submission; Preferably Quantity Surveyor qualified; Measurement of drawings Prepare Scope of Works Preparation of Contracts Tender Evaluations; Preparing of Contract Recommendation; Assessment of progress claims About You The successful candidate will have: Major project experience required - projects greater than $100m Demonstrated experience as a Contract Administrator in the Commercial Construction Industry Data Centre construction experience desirable Experience with Managing Head Contracts Team player attitude, with willingness to help out in a team environments Please reach out to Ryan if you have the required experience above Mobile: 0431 767 838 Email: r.attardaspectpersonnel.com.au • Tue, 04 JunAspect Personnel
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Commercial Manage » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Change Management CPB Contractors is a leading international construction company and a member of the CIMIC Group. We combine the construction track record and expertise formerly delivered by Leighton Contractors and Thiess, and we also include the people and projects of Leighton Asia. In conjunction with our clients and partners, CPB Contractors is delivering important and iconic projects across all key sectors of the construction industry, meaning we offer significant and diverse work opportunities. We are building on the strong foundations of our unique history to create a successful and sustainable future. Safely delivering next-generation infrastructure that better connects people and transforms communities is at the heart of what we do. What can our construction projects build for you? CPB Contractors along with our industry partners has been selected as preferred proponent to deliver two major packages for the Cross River Rail Projects: the Tunnel, Stations and Development (TSD) package and the Rail, Integration and Systems (RIS) package. Cross River Rail is a new 10.2 kilometre rail line from Dutton Park to Bowen Hills, which includes 5.9 kilometres of tunnel under the Brisbane River and the CBD. The RIS package is crucial to the overall delivery and success of Cross River Rail, and its integration with the Queensland Rail network. RIS will be delivered by the UNITY Alliance which brings CPB Contractors, UGL, AECOM and Jacobs together with partners HASSEL, RCS Australia, Acmena, Martinus Rail and WIRED Overhead Solutions to deliver the full scope of works due for completion by the end of 2025. This includes: Rail civil and electrical works. Brownfield rail surface works primarily to the north of the tunnel, including an upgrade of Exhibition Station and a major augmentation of Mayne Yard. Upgrade of seven suburban stations to the south. Rail operational systems works. Rail signalling works and communication, and integration and commission activities. Stabling yards. Your Opportunity The Quantity Surveyor/Contracts Manager (Head Contract Variations) is a pivotal role within the Alliance delivery team. Reporting to the Change Manager, this role is responsible for managing variations to the head contract, ensuring alignment with project objectives, contractual obligations, and stakeholder expectations. The incumbent will play a crucial role in facilitating efficient and effective communication and coordination among Alliance Participants, subcontractors, and stakeholders to implement changes seamlessly while mitigating risks and maximizing best for project and value for money outcomes. Responsibilities will include: Variation Management: Management and compilation of head contract scope variations. Monitor and track variations throughout their lifecycle, from identification to resolution, ensuring timely resolution and minimal impact on project progress and objectives. Compilation of scope variation reports using information from impacted stakeholders associated with each change. Contract Compliance: Ensure compliance with contractual obligations and alliance agreements in relation to variation management processes, including notification, approval, and documentation requirements. Review proposed variations to assess their impact on project scope, schedule, and budget, and provide recommendations to stakeholders based on contractual provisions and project priorities. Ensure compliance with governance frameworks and associated timelines. Stakeholder Engagement: Identification of key internal and external stakeholders associated with each change. Liaise with alliance Participants, sub-Alliance Partners, and external stakeholders to facilitate collaborative decision-making and consensus on change / variation proposals. Communicate effectively with each stakeholders to articulate required deliverables, timeline and requirements. Present Scope Variations prepared in response to the Project Owner Directions to the Alliance Leadership Team for endorsement prior to submission to the Project Owner Documentation and Reporting: Maintain accurate and up-to-date records of all variations, including correspondence, approvals, and associated documentation, in compliance with contractual and regulatory requirements. Prepare regular reports and updates on variation management activities, including status, trends, and key issues, for review by project stakeholders and alliance governance bodies. Verification and validation of scope impacts assessed against time, cost, contract and other requirement baselines. Our minimum requirements for this role are: Minimum 10 years' experience in a similar role within the construction industry Tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline (Engineering, Construction Management, Commerce, Built Environment). Proven experience in contract administration, variation management, and project controls within the construction industry, preferably in the rail infrastructure sector. Strong communication skills (oral & written) including strong negotiation and influencing skills and the ability to establish effective working relationships with a variety of people at different levels both internally and externally. Strong analytical skills and attention to detail, with the ability to assess complex contractual and technical issues and propose practical solutions. Contractual, legal, commercial, industrial relations and legislative compliance management. Advanced financial and commercial management including cost reduction and meeting budgets. Demonstrated ability to work independently to organise and prioritise demands, handle multiple complex tasks simultaneously, set and meet deadlines and follow-through within a fast-paced environment with multiple and competing demands Proficiency in project management software and tools, such as Primavera P6, Microsoft Project, or equivalent, and MS Office suite. Technical reporting writing skills Relevant licences, certifications, or professional affiliations (e.g., RICS, PMI, AIPM, QBCC) would be advantageous. Relevant certifications or professional affiliations (e.g., RICS, PMI, CIOB) would be advantageous. This position offers an exciting opportunity for a motivated and experienced professional to contribute to the success of a high-profile infrastructure project in a dynamic alliance environment. CPB Contractors is an equal opportunity employer, committed to workplace diversity and to providing flexible work opportunities at our offices and projects. We support women in construction and Indigenous advancement and participation, and encourage people of all cultural backgrounds to apply. Please note: This role is being sourced through CPB Contractors directly and we will not accept applications via external recruitment agencies. • Mon, 03 JunCIMIC Group Limited
Analyst » Victoria, Australia - Senior Associate / Analyst - Major Client Group (Property) - Melbourne CBD You are ambitious We value your professional development Together we can help drive sustainable business growth for our clients See yourself in our team The Major Client Group serves over 1,000 clients in the large business segment across Australia with revenue >$150m for Diversified industry clients, and debt >$100m for Property clients. The diverse business environment we cover means that our customers can be anything from construction services, to not-for-profit to ASX listed entities and Property. We deliver on a range of needs and requirements, including, cash flow, capital, wealth, risk management and international trade. You will be part of a team who have a diverse mix of experience, collaborate well and hold our clients at the centre of everything we do. We are committed to understanding our clients, and delivering insights and creative solutions, to drive sustainable business growth. Do work that matters As a Senior Associate / Analyst, you will be passionate about customer service and focused on achieving our goal of being number 1 in client satisfaction. This is an outstanding opportunity for an experienced Senior Associate / Analyst to step into a high performing and growing team and gain exposure to sophisticated deals with strong and successful businesses. Your role will involve; Provide quality and timely credit outcomes (including complex financial analysis and credit structuring) to the most complex corporate property customers, both investment and development. Structuring, analysing, and preparing well thought-out, clear and concise credit submissions for financing opportunities, including autonomous management of deal execution through documentation, negotiation, and funding with minimal rework requirements Performance monitoring and annual reviews for existing clients, and reporting of client financial and operational performance to Risk Management. Coach peers on complex transactions and credit capability. Build and maintain effective relationships with dedicated business partners including risk and senior stakeholders, often taking responsibility for end-to-end engagement. What are we looking for? Minimum 2 years of experience as an Analyst in credit writing (bank or non-bank), or similar alternative property-related experience. Ability to quickly grasp complex transactions, and ideally have previous 'new to bank' transactional and credit risk experience Strong commercial acumen and well-developed financial analysis and modelling skills. A tertiary qualification in Business/Finance and/or Commerce would be highly regarded. Ability to manage competing priorities and negotiate high-pressure situations. Ability to engage and clearly communicate with internal and external stakeholders (e.g. External Solicitors, Valuers, Quantity Surveyors, Advisors) Strong understanding of cash flow drivers and advanced credit risks with an ability to clearly articulate findings with Risk and senior management both verbally and written. If this sounds like you, apply now If you're already part of the Commonwealth Bank Group (including Bankwest, x15ventures), you'll need to apply through Sidekick to submit a valid application. We're keen to support you with the next step in your career. We're aware of some accessibility issues on this site, particularly for screen reader users. We want to make finding your dream job as easy as possible, so if you require additional support please contact HR Direct on 1800 989 696. Advertising End Date: 12/06/2024 • Sun, 02 JunCommonwealth Bank
Senior Contracts Administrator » Torbanlea, Fraser Coast - Title: Senior Contracts Administrator Job Number: 19356 Location: Torbanlea, QLD, AU, 4662 About John Holland At John Holland, our purpose is simple, we transform lives with everything we do. We've always known at its heart Building is about people - our customers, our employees, and the communities in which we work. That's our difference. Deep experience and capability with a genuine care about creating better lives for people along the way. Be part of a team that thrives on rising to the challenge of transforming lives for good. About the Role Plan and manage the end-to-end commercial management of large subcontracts and self-performed works, both directly and indirectly. Work effectively with internal and external stakeholders and direct reports to deliver project commercial outcome. The role will be based on our regional project - Queensland Train Manfacturing Program close to Hervey Bay. What you will do; Participate in scope of works planning, ensuring that gaps are minimised, cost efficiencies are maximised and subcontractor capabilities are considered. Prepare procurement strategies, including breakdown into individual works packages, identification of potential subcontractors, procurement methods and timing. Provide management and leadership to other commercial roles, including direct reports. Maintain contact and good working relationships with a broad range of subcontractors and a maintain good awareness of market conditions and movements. Assess commercial and contractual risks, identify and implement appropriate controls and escalate actual or potential issues to Commercial Manager and or Project Manager. Provide commercial support for self-perform works. Assist dispute resolution processes as required. Ensure cost forecasting for allocated subcontracts and cost codes (including those allocated to direct reports) are accurately maintained and cost issues are appropriately escalated upon identification. Effectively manage subcontracts through all phases, including scope preparation, procurement, cost forecasting, subcontractor management, claims/variations processing, completion and close out. Operate and maintain commercial and contract systems including Project Costs Reporting (PCR), Asset Registers, Commercial pack and Contract Sum. Ensure compliance with Building Code at all times and report any potential non-compliances. Prepare reporting on commercial performance periodically and on an ad hoc basis as required. Assist with Head Contract administration where required. Perform all duties in accordance with John Holland policies, processes, systems and procedures. What we are looking for; Demonstrated experience as a Senior Contracts Administrator or Quantity Surveyor in the construction and engineering industry. Experience in all stages of subcontract management, including scope preparation, procurement, cost forecasting, subcontractor management, claims/variations management, completion and close out. Experience with a variety of project values and complexity, including large, technically complex works packages. Strong commercial acumen and awareness in areas of cost management and contract law. Knowledge and understanding of industry market conditions and movements. Demonstrated ability to manage commercial negotiations. Awareness and compliance with document control and records management procedures. Qualifications Degree in Construction Management, Engineering, Economics, Quantity Surveying, Law, Commerce or equivalent. Post graduate qualifications e.g. graduate certificate, graduate diploma in Commerce, Accounting, Business, Construction, Property, Quantity Surveying, Law or other associated disciplines. As part of the team, you help us deliver on our promise to transform lives. Your success is reflected in ours, so we're committed to being an employer of choice. We pride ourselves on having a diverse and inclusive workplace, as different perspectives and ideas will deliver our long-term success. We want you to be with us for the long-term, so providing you with rich career experiences and ongoing development is our priority. What' in it for you when you join John Holland? We're about connecting your sense of purpose to ours. We understand that your career is one of the biggest ways to have an impact on the world. We also believe in supporting you as a whole person, not just an employee. We reward and support our people in so many ways. This starts with being flexible about how different people like to work. From industry-leading leave policies to wellbeing and relationship support, your needs sit at the heart of our employee benefits. We Offer; Competitive remuneration with salary continuance, and salary sacrifice packaging options available. Great leave benefits including 18 weeks paid parental leave with superannuation and up to an extra 18 weeks of superannuation paid on further periods of unpaid parental leave, multicultural leave exchange and two additional John Holland Days to prioritise health and wellbeing. Career progression underpinned by our exciting pipeline of work means you'll have the opportunity to work on iconic projects that are shaping cities and communities. Learning and development opportunities where you'll have access to emerging talent programs, building your career through clear career pathways, and technical and leadership training and development opportunities. Inclusion and diversity is part of how we work and do what we do at John Holland. Our active commitment to being an employer of choice is evident in the delivery of our Gender Equality Strategic Plan supported by our Pride, Celebrate Women, RAP and Grow networks. Flexible working that works for you as we know flexibility means different things to different people. Whether it's flexi-hours, flexi-parenting, flexi-leave, flexi-shifts, flexi-work, we're committed to helping our people work flexibly. • Sat, 01 JunJohn Holland
Commercial Manage » Brisbane, QLD - . Your Opportunity The Quantity Surveyor/Contracts Manager (Head Contract Variations) is a pivotal role within the Alliance delivery... • Fri, 31 MayCPB Contractors
Senior Contract Administrator | Tier 1 Builder » Melbourne, VIC - for Tender; Evaluate Tender Submission; Preferably Quantity Surveyor qualified; Measurement of drawings Prepare Scope... • Fri, 31 MayAspect Personnel$140000 - 220000 per year
Commercial Manage » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Change Management CPB Contractors is a leading international construction company and a member of the CIMIC Group. We combine the construction track record and expertise formerly delivered by Leighton Contractors and Thiess, and we also include the people and projects of Leighton Asia. In conjunction with our clients and partners, CPB Contractors is delivering important and iconic projects across all key sectors of the construction industry, meaning we offer significant and diverse work opportunities. We are building on the strong foundations of our unique history to create a successful and sustainable future. Safely delivering next-generation infrastructure that better connects people and transforms communities is at the heart of what we do. What can our construction projects build for you? CPB Contractors along with our industry partners has been selected as preferred proponent to deliver two major packages for the Cross River Rail Projects: the Tunnel, Stations and Development (TSD) package and the Rail, Integration and Systems (RIS) package. Cross River Rail is a new 10.2 kilometre rail line from Dutton Park to Bowen Hills, which includes 5.9 kilometres of tunnel under the Brisbane River and the CBD. The RIS package is crucial to the overall delivery and success of Cross River Rail, and its integration with the Queensland Rail network. RIS will be delivered by the UNITY Alliance which brings CPB Contractors, UGL, AECOM and Jacobs together with partners HASSEL, RCS Australia, Acmena, Martinus Rail and WIRED Overhead Solutions to deliver the full scope of works due for completion by the end of 2025. This includes: Rail civil and electrical works. Brownfield rail surface works primarily to the north of the tunnel, including an upgrade of Exhibition Station and a major augmentation of Mayne Yard. Upgrade of seven suburban stations to the south. Rail operational systems works. Rail signalling works and communication, and integration and commission activities. Stabling yards. Your Opportunity The Quantity Surveyor/Contracts Manager (Head Contract Variations) is a pivotal role within the Alliance delivery team. Reporting to the Change Manager, this role is responsible for managing variations to the head contract, ensuring alignment with project objectives, contractual obligations, and stakeholder expectations. The incumbent will play a crucial role in facilitating efficient and effective communication and coordination among Alliance Participants, subcontractors, and stakeholders to implement changes seamlessly while mitigating risks and maximizing best for project and value for money outcomes. Responsibilities will include: Variation Management: Management and compilation of head contract scope variations. Monitor and track variations throughout their lifecycle, from identification to resolution, ensuring timely resolution and minimal impact on project progress and objectives. Compilation of scope variation reports using information from impacted stakeholders associated with each change. Contract Compliance: Ensure compliance with contractual obligations and alliance agreements in relation to variation management processes, including notification, approval, and documentation requirements. Review proposed variations to assess their impact on project scope, schedule, and budget, and provide recommendations to stakeholders based on contractual provisions and project priorities. Ensure compliance with governance frameworks and associated timelines. Stakeholder Engagement: Identification of key internal and external stakeholders associated with each change. Liaise with alliance Participants, sub-Alliance Partners, and external stakeholders to facilitate collaborative decision-making and consensus on change / variation proposals. Communicate effectively with each stakeholders to articulate required deliverables, timeline and requirements. Present Scope Variations prepared in response to the Project Owner Directions to the Alliance Leadership Team for endorsement prior to submission to the Project Owner Documentation and Reporting: Maintain accurate and up-to-date records of all variations, including correspondence, approvals, and associated documentation, in compliance with contractual and regulatory requirements. Prepare regular reports and updates on variation management activities, including status, trends, and key issues, for review by project stakeholders and alliance governance bodies. Verification and validation of scope impacts assessed against time, cost, contract and other requirement baselines. Our minimum requirements for this role are: Minimum 10 years’ experience in a similar role within the construction industry Tertiary qualification in a relevant discipline (Engineering, Construction Management, Commerce, Built Environment). Proven experience in contract administration, variation management, and project controls within the construction industry, preferably in the rail infrastructure sector. Strong communication skills (oral & written) including strong negotiation and influencing skills and the ability to establish effective working relationships with a variety of people at different levels both internally and externally. Strong analytical skills and attention to detail, with the ability to assess complex contractual and technical issues and propose practical solutions. Contractual, legal, commercial, industrial relations and legislative compliance management. Advanced financial and commercial management including cost reduction and meeting budgets. Demonstrated ability to work independently to organise and prioritise demands, handle multiple complex tasks simultaneously, set and meet deadlines and follow-through within a fast-paced environment with multiple and competing demands Proficiency in project management software and tools, such as Primavera P6, Microsoft Project, or equivalent, and MS Office suite. Technical reporting writing skills Relevant licences, certifications, or professional affiliations (e.g., RICS, PMI, AIPM, QBCC) would be advantageous. Relevant certifications or professional affiliations (e.g., RICS, PMI, CIOB) would be advantageous. This position offers an exciting opportunity for a motivated and experienced professional to contribute to the success of a high-profile infrastructure project in a dynamic alliance environment. CPB Contractors is an equal opportunity employer, committed to workplace diversity and to providing flexible work opportunities at our offices and projects. We support women in construction and Indigenous advancement and participation, and encourage people of all cultural backgrounds to apply. Please note: This role is being sourced through CPB Contractors directly and we will not accept applications via external recruitment agencies. • Fri, 31 MayCPB Contractors
Commercial Manage » Brisbane, QLD - . Your Opportunity The Quantity Surveyor/Contracts Manager (Head Contract Variations) is a pivotal role within the Alliance delivery... • Fri, 31 MayCIMIC
Building Estimator - Design Construct Commercial Fit Outs » Woolloongabba, Brisbane - Full time, stable, employed position Supportive and respectful team culture Design construct commercial fit outs throughout Queensland The Estimator Role Working alongside our Managing Director and Senior Designers in our Woolloongabba office & showroom, you will prepare cost estimates for a variety of assignments from design construct plans, full scope projects and a very limited number of tenders. All work is referred and there is no winning work pressure in this position. Our clients are highly engaged, repeat clients and we have a very strong pipeline of work. You will collaborate with Base’s core Building Team of long term employees as well as a consistent group of reliable, collaborative and positive contractors. The key objectives include:- · Taking ownership of project estimates and proposal preparation for designconstruct projects, full scope jobs and tenders · Organising sub-contractors quotations · Providing clear detailed quantity take offs · Attend client meetings in partnership with Base’s interior design team · Negotiate prices and rates with sub-contractors and suppliers · Track projects against budget and scheduling · Monitor progress, requisition change orders and identify any potential risks. · Auditing and managing building expenses All About that Base We formed Base Design and Construct Group to provide an honest, quality and value-adding designconstruct service to the commercial market. Our positive team culture and a client focused approach are the cornerstones of our continued growth. The Base service comprises design, building, fit out, and maintenance for commercial buildings including complete project management throughout Queensland and New South Wales. As the number of deeply satisfied customers has grown, so has our team, with a diverse range of skills and expertise, to cater to the varied needs of our clients. The Base team provides a comprehensive service with integrated design for outcomes that are as innovative as they are functional, all while upholding the company values that we represent – trust, respect, inclusion, and gratitude. You You will be an experienced estimator with a background in either construction or quantity surveying. You may be a quantity surveyor who wishes to get out from behind the desk and liaise directly with clients, designers and tradesmen, or you might be seeking happy, positive and collaborative team with a consistent pipeline work. More information about our work can be found at www.basebms.com.au You will be relationships driven, collaborative and engaging, with a great sense of humour. Well versed in reading and interpreting plans, you will be great at taking photographs and creating files to piece together a plan and cost estimates to present to clients. You will have excellent mathematical skills and capably manage multiple projects while maintaining great communication with clients and the team. You will be agile, a master of technology and have excellent computer and software programs experience including Microsoft Excel and Word. Experience using One Drive and PowerPoint would also be handy. Experience in designconstruct projects would be an advantage. Your Future With Us When you join the Base team, you are joining the Base family. We are on an incredible journey together and your contribution will be appreciated and valued. At Base, relationships thrive as we grow and develop together, sharing ideas, sharing successes and solving challenges with optimism and enthusiasm. Our services are in great demand and the workspace landscape is evolving. We have an enviable pipeline of work and we are committed to further expanding our offerings. You will gain exposure to adjacent industry areas in the commercial construction sector. You will also have the opportunity to identify and introduce ideas for the ongoing development, improvement and growth of the business. This is a long term, stable full time employed position. Due to the nature of the role and the way we collaborate, the location of the work is onsite at the Woolloongabba office, however, in the future, some work from home hours may be negotiable. Parking is available onsite. If this sounds like something you would like to be part of, please submit your CV and a cover letter outlining your interest in this role. We thank recruitment agencies for their interest however, Base does not wish to be contacted by recruiters regarding this campaign. • Fri, 31 MayIris
Senior Contracts Administrator » Torbanlea, QLD - Contracts Administrator or Quantity Surveyor in the construction and engineering industry. Experience in all stages..., Engineering, Economics, Quantity Surveying, Law, Commerce or equivalent. Post graduate qualifications e.g. graduate certificate... • Thu, 30 MayJohn Holland
Senior Contracts Administrator » Perth CBD, Perth - Want to contribute to a sustainable future? Join Lynas Rare Earths as we embark on our Global expansion Journey – to help shape a new future. Lynas Rare Earths was established as an ethical and environmentally responsible producer of rare earth materials and is the world’s only significant producer of separated rare earth materials outside of China. Our materials are used in many future-facing applications, including electronics, wind turbines and hybrid and electric vehicles. Lynas employees work in an environment where safety is central to the role and support is always available. You will work as part of a smaller team, so you can expect to build excellent connections with your peers. We’re focused on creating an inclusive environment to allow our people to bring their best selves to work because they feel safe, included and empowered. The Role: An opportunity exists for an experienced Senior Contract Administrator to join Lynas Rare Earths. This is a fixed term 12-month contract based in Perth, with regular visits to site as required. Embedded within the Mt Weld Expansion project team, the main responsibility of this role is to plan and manage the end-to-end commercial management of major works contracts, service contracts and self-performed works of the $570 million Mt Weld Expansion project. The Senior Contract Administrator will be expected to work effectively with internal and external stakeholders to deliver project commercial outcomes. Key Responsibilities: Effectively manage contracts through all phases, including scope preparation, procurement, cost forecasting, contractor and subcontractor management, claims/variations processing, completion and close out. Analysis of Contractor claims and variations. Managing and liaising with legal department regarding all contracts. Manage contractor and internal stakeholder relationships and monitor contract performance. Assess commercial and contractual risks, identify and implement appropriate controls and escalate actual or potential issues to Commercial Manager and or Project Manager. Undertake cost forecasting for contracts and ensure cost issues are appropriately escalated upon identifi Prepare and maintain commercial and contract systems including Project Cost Reporting and Contract Sum. Provide support to site owners team engineers regarding site instructions, variation proposals and extension of time claims to ensure optimal outcomes for the Project. Proactively manage Project Team relationship with Contractors through formal and informal processes and communications, including regular attendance on site. What you will bring to the team: Extensive contract, commercial and management experience (scope, cost, schedule, and risk), preferably on major resource construction projects. Experience in handling major construction contracts, specifically management of Rates Remeasurable/Provisional/Indirect/Recurring Cost models. A solid understanding of the principles of contracts law, business ethics and the contractual/commercial principles adopted within the industry. Excellent communication and negotiation skills. Qualifications and/or Skills: Experience as a Contracts Administrator or Quantity Surveyor in the construction and engineering industry. Post graduate qualifications (desirable) e.g. graduate certificate, graduate diploma in Commerce, Accounting, Business, Construction, Property, Quantity Surveying, Law or other associated disciplines. Experience in all stages of contract management, including scope preparation, procurement, cost forecasting, subcontractor management, claims/variations management, completion and close out. Experience with large, technically complex works packages. Strong commercial acumen and awareness in areas of cost management and contract law. Demonstrated ability to manage commercial negotiations. Awareness and compliance with document control and records management procedures. Experience managing all aspects of workflow and contracts regarding construction projects, including RFI’s,TQ’s, Change Orders, PO’s. We welcome and encourage applications from women and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, the LGBTIQA community, mature workers, as well as candidates with culturally diverse backgrounds . Lynas acknowledges First Nations people as and respects their unique relationship with the land and sea, their culture, spiritual tradition, and stories. To apply online, please click on the appropriate link below. Alternatively, for a confidential discussion, please contact Brigitte French on 080000000, quoting Ref No. 1177178. • Thu, 30 MayLynas Corp
Contracts Administrator/Quantity Surveyor- Brisbane » Brisbane, QLD - CGC Recruitment have partnered with an existing client to source a Brisbane based Contracts Administrator to join the business on a full time basis. This specialist contractor have a priority focus towards excavation, remediation and civil ... • Thu, 30 MayCGC Recruitment
Contract Administrator - Civil, remediation and environmental » Perth, WA - Contracts Administration / Quantity Surveyor experience within the civil construction or resources industries. Proven... individuals. Candidate Criteria: A tertiary qualification in Quantity Surveying. BHP experience (desirable). Knowledge... • Wed, 29 MayCGC Recruitment
Senior Quantity Surveyor | Construction and Property Consultancy » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Premier consulting firm; delivering top-tier property and construction advice. Offering unparalleled project diversity and career advancement. The Company: Our client is a premier consulting firm that delivers top-tier property and construction advice to their clientele, offering an unparalleled chance to contribute to some of Australia's most prominent projects across diverse scales. This position offers an outstanding opportunity for professional growth and development, complemented by a comprehensive in-house training program designed to enhance your future career trajectory. You will have the chance to work closely with and learn from numerous esteemed industry experts. Presently, there is a distinctive opening for an Experienced Senior Quantity Surveyor / Cost Manager to become part of their Queensland team. They seek the skills of a distinguished professional. In this role, reporting directly to the company Directors, you will have the autonomy to shape the position as your own. The Role: You will contribute to the Quantity Surveying/Cost Management capabilities within their Queensland team, focusing on delivering independent cost management advice to clients. Their clientele spans both public and private sectors, engaging in a diverse array of building projects such as Health, Education, Retail, Commercial, and Social Infrastructure. The Cost consulting division offers proactive cost management services encompassing the full range of "traditional" quantity services, leveraging the latest industry tools. They are on the lookout for candidates eager to advance their careers by engaging in challenging projects within a supportive team environment. The prospective candidate needs to be capable of undertaking the following tasks: Guidance on cost planning at every phase of the design process. Services for Post-Contract Administration. Capability to perform Life Cycle Cost Assessments. Participation in Client/Project team meetings. Experience with tax depreciation schedules would be beneficial. Continue to innovate and expand our methods of delivering cost advice by increasingly utilizing BIM. You will bring to the role the following minimum requirements: With several years of full-time experience as a Quantity Surveyor/Cost Manager, you possess the ability to forge and sustain outstanding relationships with both internal and external clients. Your self-motivation is evident in your excellent organizational skills and your ability to prioritize effectively. You are proficient in utilizing specialized Quantity Surveying and Estimation software and technology, including Cost X, risk, and Buildsoft, demonstrating your knowledge and capability in this area. Your exceptional attention to detail is complemented by a proactive and forward-thinking approach, enabling you to handle multiple tasks simultaneously while adhering to deadlines. Exceptional oral and written communication skills are expected of you. Possessing a relevant tertiary qualification and professional accreditation from recognized institutions such as AIQS, RICS, or an equivalent is essential. As a forward-thinking planner, you regularly assess your performance and are open to peer feedback. You will be rewarded with a salary package that matches your expertise while joining a high-performing, collaborative team, that understands family and balance are key in generating the success they can boast year on year while delivering excellence to their clients. To apply please submit your CV by clicking the 'Apply Now' button below. We welcome your call in confidence 1300 448 510 • Wed, 29 MayMPL Recruitment Agency
Contracts Administrator/Quantity Surveyor- Brisbane » Lytton, Brisbane - Join a specialist contractor who excavation, remediation and civil construction works delivering complex projects up to $90ml. CGC Recruitment have partnered with an existing client to source a Brisbane based Contracts Administrator to join the business on a full time basis. This specialist contractor have a priority focus towards excavation, remediation and civil construction works delivering complex projects up to $90ml. Reporting to the Regional Commercial Manager you will have contractual responsibility for the Northern Region (QLD, NT & WA) and will be involved across the full project life-cycle. This will include providing commercial support in pre-contracts, developing preliminaries and subcontract procurement, cost control, budgeting, forecasting and reviewing subcontract submissions. Projects will vary in size from $100k to as high as $90ml and scopes of work will mainly involve excavation and management of material, retention systems, odour control structures, onsite or offsite soil treatments and material processing. This business have very high staff retention and a culture focused towards training and development. They offer quicker progression pathway (for the right individuals) as they are a growing but dynamic company that rewards individuals with the right skill set/attitude/performance. The role will offer a long term stable career regardless of market condition so will be suited to a loyal hardworking engineer who is interested in challenging environmentally sound projects. For more information please call Rory on 0428 026 703 or email rory.toddcgcrecruitment.com • Tue, 28 MayCGC Recruitment
Building Consultant » Queensland, Australia - Join during an exciting rapid growth phase Competitive remuneration package with a car or car allowance Tangible performance-based bonus that recognises your effort Flexible hybrid working environment National team culture: Crawford technology enables nationwide collaboration on all inspections, investigations and reports with opportunity for interstate and regional travel Varied work: 40% site visits and 60% office/hybrid (typically) - File/job closure within 3-4 weeks (typically) - Insurance claims range from storm damage, fire, bushfire, impact damage, leaking pipes, malicious damage, liability etc. About the Opportunity: We are on an exciting growth trajectory and are currently seeking multiple experienced Building Consultants to provide expert advice on all things related to building repairs in our CRD Team located within our Brisbane office. CRD is a division of Crawford which offers Engineering, Quantity Surveying and Building Consultancy services to the insurance industry. To learn more about CRD, then please visit www.crawco.com.au/crd. As a Building Consultant, you will be the first point of reference to provide technical guidance to our clients, through thorough building inspections and translating these findings into detailed technical building reports. Whilst we are seeking an experienced Building Consultant with insurance experience, we are also open to hearing from you if do not have insurance experience and come from a construction background, and most importantly, have a can-do attitude, and are willing to grow your career within the building consultancy/insurance space. In addition to your salary (commensurate with your skills and experience), you will also receive tools of the trade (company car/car allowance, mobile phone, and laptop), support for your professional development and career, and be eligible for a performance bonus. About You: The role will suit candidates who can demonstrate: Sound technical experience in building consultancy work (min 3 years). Strong commercial and business sense. Excellent client relationships and communication skills. High motivation, responsibility, sound judgement and customer focus. Previous experience documenting and leading a diverse range of projects. Ability to perform in a fast-paced consulting environment with competing demands. Excellent technical report writing skills. Key Requirements: Experience in commercial and domestic building practices, understanding building regulations, codes, and standards, and being able to demonstrate the ability to interpret technical building matters. A genuine passion to assist in identifying and resolving site issues. Extensive technical building experience that you have gained through a trade or site experience. You are currently a registered building practitioner as an engineer, building inspector, building surveyor, quantity surveyor, or builder (commercial or domestic). A methodical and efficient approach to managing your time. Be well-presented, energetic, polite, and have a friendly attitude. Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, where you have the knack for interpreting complex issues and distilling them into actionable solutions. Strong ability to produce high quality technical reports using Word and Excel. A valid and current drivers licence. Key Responsibilities: Conduct inspections of properties and buildings to identify defects, evaluate compliance, and identify liabilities in relevance to the project. Conduct unbiased investigations for various types of clients. Prepare written reports that document causes of failure, extent of loss, and recommended remediation. Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; establishing personal networks; participating in professional societies. Maintain and champion a professional service mindset through organisational learning, continuous improvement, and professional development. Prepare detailed building reports for defective or incomplete work, make good reports, stage inspection reports, dilapidation reports, condition reports, and other reports as required. Provide expert witness testimony in the courts, as required. Develop and maintain a good knowledge of appropriate Government legislation, standards, and codes relating to building, construction processes, technologies, and associated building materials. Crawford is committed to being an inclusive workplace that employs and retains the best and most diverse talent. We value diversity of thought, experience and perspective and aim to create a workplace where our people feel valued, respected, and empowered. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and from people of all backgrounds regardless of gender identity, age, sexual orientation, disability, or ethnicity. It is the policy of Crawford & Company that all successful employees consent to a national police check. To be eligible to apply, you must have Australian or New Zealand citizenship or permanent residency status. Interested? please submit a short cover letter explaining why you are suitable for the role along with your resume. • Mon, 27 MayCrawford & Company
Building Consultant » Queensland - inspector, building surveyor, quantity surveyor, or builder (commercial or domestic). A methodical and efficient approach... within our Brisbane office. CRD is a division of Crawford which offers Engineering, Quantity Surveying and Building Consultancy services... • Sat, 25 MayCrawford & Company
Contract Administrator » Melbourne, VIC - to: Prepare and Issue Request for Tender; Evaluate Tender Submission; Preferably Quantity Surveyor qualified; Measurement... • Sat, 25 MayAspect Personnel$140000 - 220000 per year
Senior Contract Administrator | Tier 1 Builder » Australia - International Builder are looking for experienced Senior Contract Administrators to build major projects Company: International Tier 1 Contractor Salary: $180K - $250K Location: Melbourne The Company Our client is a world renowned, award-winning, Tier 1 Construction Company who are a dominant force across Engineering, Commercial & Civil Construction. This role is for the Commercial Construction division; looking after Commercial, Residential, Health projects from $50M to $1B The Projects This role is to work exclusively with an internationally recognised Tier 1 builder on Data Centre Projects. You will have experience on Data Centre projects and be able to successfully perform the Contract Administrator function of managing head and sub contracts, financial reporting, client management and letting of trades. The Role Reporting to the Commercial Manager your day to day duties will include but not limited to: Prepare and Issue Request for Tender; Evaluate Tender Submission; Preferably Quantity Surveyor qualified; Measurement of drawings Prepare Scope of Works Preparation of Contracts Tender Evaluations; Preparing of Contract Recommendation; Assessment of progress claims About You The successful candidate will have: Demonstrated experience as a Senior Contract Administrator/ Contract Administrator in the Commercial Construction Industry Data Centre construction experience desirable Experience with Managing Head Contracts Team player attitude, with willingness to help out in a team environments Major project experience required Please reach out to Ryan if you have the required experience above Mobile: 0431 767 838 • Sat, 25 MayAspect Personnel
Contracts Administrator » Tamworth Region, New South Wales - Who we are and what we offer: Multiplex is a premier construction company with a simple purpose: to construct a better future. We have a culture where all our people feel safe to speak up, be themselves and do their best work. You will be supported with a range of holistic benefits including: Bonus schemes, annual remuneration reviews and salary continuance insurance. An industry-leading approach to flexible work to enable better work-life balance. Health and Wellbeing programs, including paid volunteer leave Benefits to support parents and families, including 18 weeks paid parental leave regardless of gender, payment of superannuation on unpaid leave, and transition coaching. Professional career development opportunities and a wealth of learning offerings through the Multiplex Learning Academy. Who we're looking for: We are seeking applications from experienced Contract Administrators who have previously worked on large scale commercial construction projects. This is specifically to join our Eurobodalla Regional Hospital project team based in the South Coast region of NSW. Working as a Contracts Administrator within Multiplex, you are responsible for the procurement of labour/sub-contractor services and financial activities with a focus on cash flow, profit maximisations, variations, reporting and administration. Key Accountabilities: Prepare cost forecasts, monitor financial status, and prepare cash flow statements Provide input for financial reports to Executive Management Team Ensure site supervisory staff are aware of the project's scope of works and inclusions in tender packages Preparation of tender documentation required for the procurement of sub-contractors including tender and pricing schedules, scope of works, comparative tender analysis and recommendations Foster and maintain strong relationships with clients, sub-contractors, suppliers and consultants Liaise with client regarding progress claims to Head Contract Key Skillset Required: Relent tertiary qualifications in Building, Construction Management, Civil Engineering, Quantity Surveying or similar Solid experience working on as a Contracts Administrator or Quantity Surveyor on large scale building projects Understanding of commercial and legal issues pertaining to head contracts A working knowledge of major building trades Strong negotiation and influencing skills Experience in quantity surveying/estimating Strong experience in tender processes and trade procurement Preparation of Head Contract variations Assessing subcontractor variations Financial understanding and knowledge of construction costs A note on diversity: We invite applications from people of all genders, cultures and walks of life. Research shows that women and people from underrepresented groups are less like to apply for roles if they don't meet every qualification. So even if you don't match all the criteria - if you are passionate about helping to construct a better future, we'd love to hear from you. We can support with adjustments at any stage of the recruitment process. Simply inform our Talent Acquisition team during your conversation with them. • Sat, 25 MayMultiplex
Contracts Administrator » New South Wales - or similar Solid experience working on as a Contracts Administrator or Quantity Surveyor on large scale building projects... Skillset Required: Relent tertiary qualifications in Building, Construction Management, Civil Engineering, Quantity Surveying... • Fri, 24 MayMultiplex
Cost Manager - Coles - Hawthorn East » Hawthorn East, Boroondara Area - We've been trusted to serve Aussie communities since 1914 and grown to become a top 30-listed on the ASX with 120,000 team members and a portfolio of iconic brands. At Coles Group, you'll not only get to make a difference to millions of Aussie lives-you'll also get to see your impact. About the team Property looks after one of Australia's most dynamic portfolios. Coles Group has over 2,500 retail locations around Australia-and we're growing every day. Our team manages every one of these locations. And we work side-by-side with our business units on all things in the property lifecycle, from site acquisition through to asset management. About the role A brand-new opportunity has opened for a National Freehold Cost Manager to join our thriving property team in Victoria. What you'll do Reporting to the National Development Manager, you'll be empowered to control and ensure the cost management of the National Freehold Development team to delivery for new or improved Coles stores & mixed-use developments. You'll also Set frameworks, timelines, and ensure monthly reporting is timely accurate. Co-ordinate feasibility modelling for all developments proposals for approval. Control all approval, DOA, governance and process for administration of projects Develop and maintain all contract documents for contractors and consultants Compile all projects reporting from DMs into monthly report summaries Assist the Freehold & Finance team with Estimating requirements. Manage and take accountability of forecast and actual costs incurred to developments across the portfolio. About you and your skills You'll be an experienced Consultant/Quantity Surveyor or Analyst coming from a property development / construction background. Energetic and innoviative in your thinking, you're able to inject ideas on value extraction across projects and stay continuously up to date on market conditions via benchmarking/ competitor data. With exceptional stakeholder management skills, you easily navigate a complex environment and bring a rigorous approach to commercial governance. You'll also have: Experience leading teams, instructing & briefing consultants/lawyers/and other external parties. Good financial acumen and cost plan management skills for a portfolio of capital works projects and developments. Working knowledge of construction contracts & consultant agreements. Excellent organisation and planning skills with strong attention to detail. Financial knowledge to prepare and validate development feasibility models in Estate Master (or similar) computer packages. Key knowledge of BCA, Planning, Legislative requirements to deliver property development projects. LI-MAR Take your next step into something bigger, apply now With us it's not about the discounts (although you do get those), it's about joining a team where your wellbeing and professional development is our investment and celebrating your contributions is the norm. And because everyone leads unique lives, we offer flexible work, additional leave and parental leave entitlements. We're continuing to build a gender equitable team, and a culture that is just as diverse, inclusive and welcoming as the communities we serve. We are committed to creating a workplace that is safe and respectful for our team. We encourage applications from people of all ages, cultures (including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples), abilities, sexual orientation and gender identities. We're happy to adjust our recruitment process to support candidates with disability. For further information and additional contact details visit the 'Our Recruitment Process' section of our careers site or email inclusionrecruitmentcoles.com.au Job ID: 121893 Employment Type: Full time • Tue, 21 MayColes Group
Senior Contracts Administrator » Milsons Point, North Sydney Area - Title: Senior Contracts Administrator Job Number: 18308 Location: Milsons Point, NSW, AU, 2061 About John Holland At John Holland, our purpose is simple - we transform lives with everything we do. We've always known that infrastructure is about people - our customers, our employees, and the communities in which we work every day. That's our difference. Deep experience and capability with a genuine care about creating better lives for people along the way. Be part of the team that's up for the challenge of transforming lives for good. About the project John Holland, Stantec and KBR are partnering with Sydney Water in an Alliance to deliver the North-West Treatment Hub - a brownfield treatment program that will commence with a $500 million upgrade of Rouse Hill and Riverstone wastewater treatment facilities. The project will achieve circular economy outcomes, increasing recycled water production, improving the quality of wastewater byproducts for reuse, and leveraging innovative treatment technologies that reduce carbon footprint. Upgrades will support the treatment of a further 45 megalitres of wastewater each day, to cater for growing northwest communities. The Project will deliver a new state-of-the-art biosolids facility at Riverstone, with new technology to improve the quality of wastewater byproducts. About the role The main responsibility of this role is to plan and manage the end-to-end commercial management of large subcontracts and self-performed works. This includes both direct and indirect management. The Senior Contracts Administrator will be expected to work effectively with internal and external stakeholders, as well as direct reports, to deliver project commercial outcomes. Responsibilities of the role include: Effectively manage allocated subcontract packages through all phases, including scope preparation, procurement, cost forecasting, subcontractor management, claims/variations processing, completion and close out Participate in scope of works planning, ensuring that scope gaps are minimised, cost efficiencies are maximised and subcontractor capabilities are considered Participate in procurement strategies, including breakdown into individual works packages, identification of potential subcontractors, procurement methods and timing Provide management and leadership to other commercial and construction roles Maintain contact and good working relationships with our local subcontractors and a maintain good awareness of market conditions and movements Assess commercial and contractual risks, identify and implement appropriate controls and escalate actual or potential issues to Commercial Manager and or Project Manager Operate and maintain commercial and contract systems Ensure compliance with Building Code at all times and report any potential non-compliances Prepare reporting on commercial performance periodically and on an ad hoc basis as required Perform all duties in accordance with John Holland policies, processes, systems and procedures To be successful in this key role, you must have: Post graduate qualifications e.g. graduate certificate, graduate diploma in Commerce, Accounting, Business, Construction, Property, Quantity Surveying, Law or other associated disciplines Experience as a Contracts Administrator or Quantity Surveyor in the construction and engineering industry Experience in all stages of subcontract management, including scope preparation, procurement, cost forecasting, subcontractor management, claims/variations management, completion and close out Experience with a variety of project values and complexity, including large, technically complex works packages Strong commercial acumen and awareness in areas of cost management and contract law Knowledge and understanding of industry market conditions and movements Demonstrated ability to manage commercial negotiations Awareness and compliance with document control and records management procedures We're about connecting your sense of purpose to ours. We understand that your career is one of the biggest ways to have an impact on the world. We also believe in supporting you as a whole person, not just an employee. We reward and support our people in so many ways. This starts with being flexible about how different people like to work. From generous leave policies to wellbeing and relationship support, your needs sit at the heart of our employee benefits. We Offer Competitive remuneration with salary continuance, and salary sacrifice options. Great leave benefits including 18 weeks paid parental leave with super and up to an extra 18 weeks of super paid on further periods of unpaid parental leave, multicultural leave exchange and two extra days to prioritise your wellbeing. Career progression underpinned by our exciting pipeline of work means you'll have the opportunity to work on iconic projects that are shaping cities and communities. Learning and development opportunities where you'll have access to emerging talent programs, building your career through clear career pathways, plus technical and leadership training and development opportunities. Inclusion, diversity and equity is part of how we work. We want everyone at John Holland to feel that they belong - that's why we're working hard every day to foster a more inclusive culture, backed by a business-wide inclusion strategy to bring about meaningful change. We've also got active employee resource groups that support our commitments including those around gender equality and reconciliation. Flexible working that works for you as we know flexibility means different things to different people. Whether it's flexi-hours, flexi-parenting, flexi-leave, flexi-shifts or flexi-work, we're committed to helping our people work flexibly. • Mon, 20 MayJohn Holland
Cost Manager - Coles - Hawthorn East » Auburn, Boroondara Area - We've been trusted to serve Aussie communities since 1914 and grown to become a top 30-listed on the ASX with 120,000 team members and a portfolio of iconic brands. At Coles Group, you'll not only get to make a difference to millions of Aussie lives-you'll also get to see your impact. About the team Property looks after one of Australia's most dynamic portfolios. Coles Group has over 2,500 retail locations around Australia-and we're growing every day. Our team manages every one of these locations. And we work side-by-side with our business units on all things in the property lifecycle, from site acquisition through to asset management. About the role A brand-new opportunity has opened for a National Freehold Cost Manager to join our thriving property team in Victoria. What you'll do Reporting to the National Development Manager, you'll be empowered to control and ensure the cost management of the National Freehold Development team to delivery for new or improved Coles stores & mixed-use developments. You'll also Set frameworks, timelines, and ensure monthly reporting is timely accurate. Co-ordinate feasibility modelling for all developments proposals for approval. Control all approval, DOA, governance and process for administration of projects Develop and maintain all contract documents for contractors and consultants Compile all projects reporting from DMs into monthly report summaries Assist the Freehold & Finance team with Estimating requirements. Manage and take accountability of forecast and actual costs incurred to developments across the portfolio. About you and your skills You'll be an experienced Consultant/Quantity Surveyor or Analyst coming from a property development / construction background. Energetic and innoviative in your thinking, you're able to inject ideas on value extraction across projects and stay continuously up to date on market conditions via benchmarking/ competitor data. With exceptional stakeholder management skills, you easily navigate a complex environment and bring a rigorous approach to commercial governance. You'll also have: Experience leading teams, instructing & briefing consultants/lawyers/and other external parties. Good financial acumen and cost plan management skills for a portfolio of capital works projects and developments. Working knowledge of construction contracts & consultant agreements. Excellent organisation and planning skills with strong attention to detail. Financial knowledge to prepare and validate development feasibility models in Estate Master (or similar) computer packages. Key knowledge of BCA, Planning, Legislative requirements to deliver property development projects. LI-MAR Take your next step into something bigger, apply now With us it's not about the discounts (although you do get those), it's about joining a team where your wellbeing and professional development is our investment and celebrating your contributions is the norm. And because everyone leads unique lives, we offer flexible work, additional leave and parental leave entitlements. We're continuing to build a gender equitable team, and a culture that is just as diverse, inclusive and welcoming as the communities we serve. We are committed to creating a workplace that is safe and respectful for our team. We encourage applications from people of all ages, cultures (including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples), abilities, sexual orientation and gender identities. We're happy to adjust our recruitment process to support candidates with disability. For further information and additional contact details visit the 'Our Recruitment Process' section of our careers site or email inclusionrecruitmentcoles.com.au Job ID: 121893 Employment Type: Full time • Mon, 20 MayColes LTD
Senior Quantity Surveyor » New South Wales, Australia - What's in it for You? A newly created role that will add immense value to our Clients Tangible performance-based bonus that recognises your personal effort Flexible hybrid working opportunity Competitive salary package Join a well-established global company and supportive, high performing team About the Opportunity We are currently seeking an experienced Senior Quantity Surveyor who will provide expert advice on all things related to quantity surveying in our CRD Team located within our Sydney office. CRD is a division of Crawford which offers Engineering, Quantity Surveying and Building Consultancy services to the insurance industry. You will report directly to the NSW State Manager of CRD, and your role will be a blend of business improvement and active case management. Working with CRD gives you the opportunity to work on an interesting and vast range of projects where you will also enjoy our flexible and positive work environment, where we value work life balance and foster a collaborative and enjoyable team culture. The successful applicant will have a minimum of 5-years' experience, post-graduation, in quantity surveying within the domestic and commercial construction industry within Australia. They must also be AIQS accredited. This is a senior role with the intention that the successful candidate will assist with growing the CRD QS delivery to both internal and external clients. About CRD Quantity Surveyors CRD's division of Quantity Surveying offer tailored solutions to the insurance industry for both commercial and residential building claims. CRD Quantity Surveying team are experienced and proficient in all facets of quantity surveying for construction related building projects. CRD's team of Quantity Surveyors are all accredited with the Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (AIQS) and are supported by construction industry tested software and estimating systems to drive quality building cost outcomes. Some of the CRD Quantity Surveying services offered include: Detailed Repair Cost Estimates Tender Management & Appraisals Total Replacement Cost Estimates Desk-top Quote Reviews or Phone-in Cost Advice Value at Risk Assessments - Indemnity Valuations Insurance Valuations - Progress Claims & Project Cost Engineering Quote Verification & Cost Validation - Budget Reserving - Building Claims Dispute Resolution Services - Variation Assessments About You The role will suit candidates who can demonstrate: Confidence and independence in their work A thorough knowledge of the building industry, building costs and construction techniques Minimum 5 years' experience in a similar role (with at least 3 years' experience in Australia) Member of Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors Proven technical competency and the ability to lead, coach, and mentor a small team High integrity and effective communication Strong PC skills and an analytical mind Relevant Degree in Quantity Surveying/Construction Management or similar A proactive and results-oriented mindset, with the ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines Key Responsibilities Provide input on strategic development of the Quantity Surveying capabilities Management of Quantity Surveying Resources Field general business and third party enquires Maintain a significant level of Fee Earning responsibilities Maintain and build relationships with current client base Maintain professional and technical knowledge by attending educational workshops, seminars and reviewing professional publications Crawford is committed to being an inclusive workplace that employs and retains the best and most diverse talent. We value diversity of thought, experience and perspective and aim to create a workplace where our people feel valued, respected, and empowered. We welcome applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and from people of all backgrounds regardless of gender identity, age, sexual orientation, disability, or ethnicity. It is the policy of Crawford & Company that all successful employees consent to a national police check. To be eligible to apply, you must have Australian or New Zealand citizenship or permanent residency status. Interested? please submit a short cover letter explaining why you are suitable for the role along with your resume. • Sun, 19 MayCrawford & Company
Quantity Surveyor / Contract Administrator » Australia - We are currently seeking a highly motivated Quantity Surveyor/Contract Administrator to join our client for a contract... build or fit out projects. As a Quantity Surveyor/Contract Administrator, you will play a crucial role in managing project... • Sun, 19 MayCGC Recruitment
Contracts Administrator/Quantity Surveyor- Civil » Sydney, NSW - they have identified an immediate requirement for a Contracts Administrator/Quantity Surveyor to join the business on a full time basis... • Sat, 18 MayCGC Recruitment
Senior Quantity Surveyor » Australia - with adequate resources to excel in their career. ABOUT THE POSITION. As a Senior Quantity Surveyor, you will be involved in... of the project. You will mentor and support a team of Assistant Quantity Surveyors while also working closely with the... • Sat, 18 MayIvory Group
Quantity Surveyor / Contract Administrator » Lane Cove, Lane Cove Area - Opportunity for working holiday visa applicant in Sydney for contract role as Contract Administrator. $45-$50PH. Top builder. New build/ fit out We are currently seeking a highly motivated Quantity Surveyor/Contract Administrator to join our client for a contract-based role. This is an exciting opportunity for individuals on a working holiday visa with experience in commercial new build or fit out projects. As a Quantity Surveyor/Contract Administrator, you will play a crucial role in managing project costs and ensuring smooth contract administration throughout the construction process. Responsibilities: Conduct comprehensive quantity take-offs and cost analyses. Assist in the preparation of tender documents, including bills of quantities and specifications. Evaluate and negotiate contracts, ensuring compliance with project requirements and industry regulations. Collaborate with project managers, architects, subcontractors, and suppliers to ensure effective cost control and contract administration. Monitor project progress, including tracking variations and claims. Provide ongoing cost advice and guidance to project teams. Prepare and present regular reports on cost analysis and budget updates. Requirements: Hold a valid working holiday visa. Bachelor's degree in Quantity Surveying, Construction Management, or a related field. Previous experience in quantity surveying and contract administration on commercial new build or fit out projects. Excellent communication and negotiation abilities. Strong organizational and time management skills. Application Process: If you meet the requirements and are interested in this position, please submit your resume, cover letter, and any relevant certifications or references to aaron.moorecgcrecruitment.com or call Aaron 041 208 6972. Note: open to candidates with a valid working visa for Australia • Sat, 18 MayCGC Recruitment
Contracts Administrator/Quantity Surveyor- Civil » Lytton, Brisbane - Immediate start for a Contracts Administrator to join a specialist contractor with a healthy pipeline of work locally in the Sunshine Coast CGC Recruitment have partnered with a long term client to source a Contracts Administrator to work on a major Water Infrastructure project in the Sunshine Coast. They are a company that wins work based on a reputation for delivering quality outcomes and operate in the following areas, Water, Wastewater, Pipelines and Utilities relocation. As of a recent project wins they have identified an immediate requirement for a Contracts Administrator/Quantity Surveyor to join the business on a full time basis. Reporting directly to the Commercial Manager this site based role will mainly involve will be putting together procurement packages to subcontractor but will also involve sub-contract management, contract negotiation and assessing progress claims and variations. We are looking to speak with Commercial professionals with the following experience: - 5 years Civil Construction experience - Experience dealing with commercial claims and variations - Strong communication skills both written and verbal - Prior experience with a civil subcontractor would be an advantage - Road experience is preferred We are interviewing now so if you are an available commercial professionals looking for an immediate start in the Sunshine Coast please call Rory on 0428 026 703 or email rory.toddcgcrecruitment.com • Sat, 18 MayCGC Recruitment
Senior Quantity Surveyor » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Take a leading role in delivering pre & post contract duties for iconic projects. Join this diverse, collaborative and supportive team. Apply Now No overtime required, 40 hour weeks - ensuring a great a healthy WLB Global consultancy firm - renown for their landmark infrastructure projects Ongoing support & guidance from Directors - pathways to Associate Director ABOUT THE COMPANY. The company is a leading multinational cost consultancy that holds a stellar reputation in the industry. They have an impressive project portfolio across a variety of sectors such as Commercial, Residential, Industrial, Retail, Education, etc. Our client takes pride in their capable team and heavily invest in their career and ensures that their people are equipped with adequate resources to excel in their career. ABOUT THE POSITION. As a Senior Quantity Surveyor, you will be involved in ensuring that all work is carried out efficiently and diligently from the feasibility stage through to the handover stage of the project. You will mentor and support a team of Assistant Quantity Surveyors while also working closely with the Director. DUTIES. Lead Pre and Post Contract duties Responsible for measurements, variations & progress claims Lead and support a team of AQSs Liaise with clients and key stakeholders SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE. A Bachelor’s degree in Construction Management or equivalent Minimum 5 years Professional Quantity Surveying in Australia Member of AIQS or RICS is advantageous CULTURE. People enjoy working with our client because of their high level of specialisation, team guidance and consistent support. The company empowers their employees and strive to foster a positive and collaborative environment by conducting regular team outings and team bonding incentives. BENEFITS Numerous incentives to promote physical and mental health Unlimited annual paid leave and paid professional memberships No overtime required, 40 hour weeks - ensuring a great a healthy work life balance Regular team outings and incentives to reward and recognise accomplishments HOW TO APPLY. Click "Apply for this job", or for a confidential discussion, please contact Pav Singh on (02) 9231 4999. • Sat, 18 MayIvory Group
Senior Quantity Surveyor » New South Wales - Senior Quantity Surveyor who will provide expert advice on all things related to quantity surveying in our CRD Team located... within our Sydney office. CRD is a division of Crawford which offers Engineering, Quantity Surveying and Building Consultancy services... • Fri, 17 MayCrawford & Company
Cost Manager - Coles - Hawthorn East » Hawthorn East, VIC - East Melbourne, VIC - portfolio. About you and your skills You'll be an experienced Consultant/Quantity Surveyor or Analyst coming... • Fri, 17 MayColes Group
Quantity Surveyor » Scoresby, VIC - Melbourne, VIC - SMB Glass and Windows are currently looking to recruit an experienced and qualified Quantity Surveyor...' experience as a qualified Quantity Surveyor - The ability to work in a team environment Salary... • Fri, 17 MayRecruitment Innovations
Senior Contracts Administrator » Milsons Point, NSW - Surveying, Law or other associated disciplines Experience as a Contracts Administrator or Quantity Surveyor in the construction... qualifications e.g. graduate certificate, graduate diploma in Commerce, Accounting, Business, Construction, Property, Quantity... • Fri, 17 MayJohn Holland
Project Manager- Health and Education » Melbourne, VIC - Knowledge of health, education and commercial sectors preferred An architecture., engineering or quantity surveyor experience... • Wed, 15 MayDesign & Build Recruitment
Project Manager - Research Laboratories » Melbourne, VIC - or quantity surveyor experience is ideal Front end delivery is a must Ability to work proactively and autonomously. Experience... • Wed, 15 MayDesign & Build Recruitment$120000 - 170000 per year
Senior Estimator » Sydney, Sydney Region - This is your chance to contribute to the successful delivery challenging Residential, Commercial developments. The Company: Our client is one of Australia's premier property development and construction groups, renowned for their award-winning and innovative residential and commercial projects. By joining this company, you will become part of a culture that is supportive, engaging, and rewarding, all within a dynamic work environment. This business prioritizes investment in their employees, recognizing and rewarding hard work. Due to ongoing growth and recent project acquisitions, our client is in search of an experienced Estimating Manager or Senior Estimator (Quantity Surveyor background preferred) to enhance their Sydney team. To be successful, you will contribute your proven track record of delivering projects valued between $40M and $100M in High Rise Commercial or Residential sectors. The primary responsibilities of an Estimating Manager/Senior Estimator include aiding the Commercial Director and overseeing the Design & Construction (D&C) estimation and tendering procedures. Responsibilities entail: Preparing tenders exceeding $40M Measuring and pricing builder's quantities Managing tender documentation Collaborating with other professionals Procuring quotes and prices from Subcontractors and Suppliers Analysing data related to land, buildings, or construction Exercising due diligence in assessing the cost implications of tender documentation Conducting value engineering exercises To qualify for this position, candidates should possess the following qualifications: Proficiency in IT, particularly in Microsoft Office suites, including advanced Excel skills, Buildsoft Cubit, CostX, and OST. Exceptional organizational skills, diligence, proactiveness, assertiveness, and discipline. Excellent communication and presentation abilities, both in writing and verbally. Self-confidence and the capacity to collaborate with diverse individuals. Strong customer service competencies. A collaborative team member with a positive 'can do' mindset. Experience with commercial or residential projects valued at over $40 million. Preferred Qualifications and Skills: A Bachelor's degree in Construction Management, with a background in Quantity Surveying being advantageous, or a related discipline. At least 5 years of experience in construction cost estimating post-graduation. Proficiency in measuring new build Apartment projects. Adeptness with on-screen take-off systems and various estimating software. Exceptional communication and leadership abilities. • Tue, 14 MayMPL Recruitment Agency
Quantity Surveyor | Construction and Property Consultancy » Brisbane CBD, Brisbane - Premier consulting firm; delivering top-tier property and construction advice. Offering unparalleled project diversity and career advancement. The Company: Our client is a premier consulting firm that delivers top-tier property and construction advice to their clientele, offering an unparalleled chance to contribute to some of Australia's most prominent projects across diverse scales. This position offers an outstanding opportunity for professional growth and development, complemented by a comprehensive in-house training program designed to enhance your future career trajectory. You will have the chance to work closely with and learn from numerous esteemed industry experts. Presently, there is a distinctive opening for an Experienced Quantity Surveyor / Cost Manager to become part of their Queensland team. They seek the skills of a distinguished professional. In this role, reporting directly to the company Directors, you will have the autonomy to shape the position as your own. The Role: You will contribute to the Quantity Surveying/Cost Management capabilities within their Queensland team, focusing on delivering independent cost management advice to clients. Their clientele spans both public and private sectors, engaging in a diverse array of building projects such as Health, Education, Retail, Commercial, and Social Infrastructure. The Cost consulting division offers proactive cost management services encompassing the full range of "traditional" quantity services, leveraging the latest industry tools. They are on the lookout for candidates eager to advance their careers by engaging in challenging projects within a supportive team environment. The prospective candidate needs to be capable of undertaking the following tasks: Guidance on cost planning at every phase of the design process. Services for Post-Contract Administration. Capability to perform Life Cycle Cost Assessments. Participation in Client/Project team meetings. Experience with tax depreciation schedules would be beneficial. Continue to innovate and expand our methods of delivering cost advice by increasingly utilizing BIM. You will bring to the role the following minimum requirements: With over four years of full-time experience as a Quantity Surveyor/Cost Manager, you possess the ability to forge and sustain outstanding relationships with both internal and external clients. Your self-motivation is evident in your excellent organizational skills and your ability to prioritize effectively. You are proficient in utilizing specialized Quantity Surveying and Estimation software and technology, including Cost X, risk, and Buildsoft, demonstrating your knowledge and capability in this area. Your exceptional attention to detail is complemented by a proactive and forward-thinking approach, enabling you to handle multiple tasks simultaneously while adhering to deadlines. Exceptional oral and written communication skills are expected of you. Possessing a relevant tertiary qualification and professional accreditation from recognized institutions such as AIQS, RICS, or an equivalent is essential. As a forward-thinking planner, you regularly assess your performance and are open to peer feedback. You will be rewarded with a salary package that matches your expertise while joining a high-performing, collaborative team, that understands family and balance are key in generating the success they can boast year on year while delivering excellence to their clients. To apply please submit your CV by clicking the 'Apply Now' button below. We welcome your call in confidence 1300 448 510 • Tue, 14 MayMPL Recruitment Agency
Senior Estimator » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Is this your opportunity to contribute to the successful execution of challenging and diverse projects The Company: Our client stands as a leading figure in Australia's property development and construction sector, celebrated for their innovative and award-winning residential and commercial endeavours. By becoming a part of this organization, you will join a culture that nurtures support, engagement, and reward, all set within a vibrant work atmosphere. This enterprise places a high value on investing in their staff, acknowledging and compensating for diligence. Amidst continuous expansion and recent acquisitions of new projects, our client is on the lookout for an adept Estimating Manager or Senior Estimator (candidates with a Quantity Surveyor background are preferred) to bolster their team in Queensland. To qualify, you should bring a verifiable history of managing projects ranging from $40M to over $100M in value, specifically within the Commercial or Residential domains. The core duties of an Estimating Manager/Senior Estimator encompass supporting the Commercial Director and managing the tendering processes for Design & Construction estimation. These responsibilities include: Preparing tenders exceeding $40M Measuring and pricing builder's quantities Managing tender documentation Collaborating with other professionals Procuring quotes and prices from Subcontractors and Suppliers Analysing data related to land, buildings, or construction Exercising due diligence in assessing the cost implications of tender documentation Conducting value engineering exercises To qualify for this position, candidates should possess the following qualifications: Proficiency in IT, particularly in Microsoft Office suites, including advanced Excel skills, Buildsoft Cubit, CostX, and OST. Exceptional organizational skills, diligence, proactiveness, assertiveness, and discipline. Excellent communication and presentation abilities, both in writing and verbally. Self-confidence and the capacity to collaborate with diverse individuals. Strong customer service competencies. A collaborative team member with a positive 'can do' mindset. Experience with commercial or residential projects valued at over $40 million. Preferred Qualifications and Skills: A Bachelor's degree in Construction Management, with a background in Quantity Surveying being advantageous, or a related discipline. At least 5 years of experience in construction cost estimating post-graduation. Proficiency in measuring new build Apartment projects. Adeptness with on-screen take-off systems and various estimating software. Exceptional communication and leadership abilities. • Tue, 14 MayMPL Recruitment Agency
(PQS) Quantity Surveyor | Construction and Property Consultancy Firm » Sydney, Sydney Region - Leading consulting firm providing clients with the best cost management advice available. Diverse client & projects portfolio. Grow your career The Company: Our client; is a leading consulting firm providing their clients with the best property and construction advice available, providing an exceptional opportunity to work on various-sized projects in diverse sectors including retail, commercial, office, infrastructure, educational, and residential. This role will provide an excellent opportunity to develop and grow your career, with an in-house training program to form part of your future career development path, while working alongside and learning from many highly regarded industry professionals. Currently, with a unique opportunity for an Experienced Quantity Surveyor / Cost Manager to join their Sydney, NSW team, they are requiring the expertise of a high-calibre professional. Reporting to the company Directors, you will make the role you own. The Role: You will provide Quantity Surveying / Cost Management Capabilities within their Sydney-based team, focusing on providing independent cost management advice to their clients. Their clients are from both the public and private sectors working on a wide range of building types including Health, Education, Retail, Commercial and Social Infrastructure projects. Their Cost consulting business provides proactive cost management services for the full suite of “traditional” quantity services utilising the latest industry tools. They seek candidates who want to develop their careers by working on challenging projects within an inclusive team environment. The prospective candidate needs to be capable of undertaking the following tasks: Cost planning advice at all stages of the design process Post Contract Administration services Ability to undertake Life cost Cycle Assessments Contribute to Client / Project team meetings Tax depreciation schedule experience would be an advantage Continue to innovate and broaden our approach to delivering cost advice through the expanded use of BIM. You will bring to the role the following minimum requirements: 4 plus years of full-time experience as a quantity surveyor/cost manager The ability to establish and maintain excellent relationships with both internal and external clients To be self-motivated and demonstrate sound organisational and prioritisation skills Knowledge and ability to maximize appropriate Quantity Surveying and Estimation software and technology such as Cost X, risk, Buildsoft Excellent attention to detail, proactive, forward-thinking with the ability to manage multiple tasks concurrently while working to deadlines Excellent oral & written and communication skills will be expected You will hold a relevant tertiary qualification along with Professional accreditation such as membership with the AIQS, RICS or equivalent You will be a forward thinker and planner, who assesses your performance and welcomes peer feedback. You will be rewarded with a salary package that matches your expertise while joining a high-performing collaborative team, that understands family and balance are key in generating the success they can boast year on year while delivering excellence to their clients. To apply please submit your CV by clicking the 'Apply Now' button below. We welcome your call in confidence 1300 448 510 • Tue, 14 MayMPL Recruitment Agency
Civil Estimator » Brisbane, Brisbane Region - Civil Estimator located in Brisbane who have experience in civil estimation. Salary range around $150k super About the company Our client is a well respected civil construction company specialising in bulk earthworks, road construction and drainage projects. Requirements Tertiary education in construction or engineering disciplines desirable. Strong understanding of civil related obligations in Australia. Min 4 years experience negotiating and developing contract documentation for civil construction related projects. Highly developed communications skills particularly in writing. Experience with submitting bids and tenders. Quantity Surveyor skills highly regarded At Found People, we treat all applications with strict confidentiality. Send us your expressions of interest to be updated on new opportunities by applying now , or emailing applicationsfoundpeople.com.au Follow Found People on LinkedIn | Facebook | Twitter for job updates and other news. • Tue, 14 MayFound People
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