Graduate Opportunity

Graduate Quantity Surveyor - Partnerships

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The Company

For over 100 years, Galliford Try have helped to shape towns and cities across the UK. Through our sustainable approach to construction we support those communities too by ensuing that our work done safely to protect our own employees, subcontractors and public. We take a strategic approach to protecting the environment around us and ensure that our supply chain is aligned to these values.

We are a profitable company and as a FTSE 250 company on the London Stock Exchange, we recognise that hard work needs to be rewarded and joining Galliford Try as a Graduate we can offer you the opportunity to work on high profile and innovative projects. Due to the size and scale of the company, you are in control of your own career and can seize the opportunities for growth and professional development on offer.

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Partnerships and Regeneration

The Partnerships and Regeneration Division represents a fusion of contracting, housing and mixed-use regeneration expertise. We undertake design and build contracting, mixed tenure and speculative development, estate regeneration and property support services nationwide. We work in collaborative long-term arrangements with Registered Providers, Local Authorities and other stakeholders to build high quality housing and sustainable communities.

Key Responsibilities

As a Graduate Quantity Surveyor you will offer quality support to the Assistant / Quantity Surveyor in all aspects of a commercial construction project. Typical duties will comprise of contractual responsibilities and financial reporting. These could include;

  • Measurement and valuation of onsite and drawing works
  • Monthly stock taking for internal and external valuations
  • Assisting with financial reports and payments
  • Preparing material reconciliations and submitting material delivery sheets
  • Analysis or pre-cost estimates and Head Office cost reports.

You will also be enrolled on the Graduate Programme so there will be a requirement to complete all learning modules, pre-work and assessments as required.

Person Specification

  • The role would be well suited to a graduate from a Quantity Surveying (or similar) background with a minimum of a Second-Class Honours undergraduate degree
  • Computer literate and able to use Excel, Word and PowerPoint to a good standard.
  • A confident ambassador of the company
  • Ability to interpret, simplify and respond to complex documents and legislations and good analytical skills
  • Excellent interpersonal skills, with the ability to engage and influence stakeholders

In Return

You will be enrolled in an 18-month Graduate Development Programme with modules designed to develop your leaderships skills and prepare you for your future career. You will be rewarded with a competitive base salary, a car allowance (role depending) and a range of other generous benefits including contributory pension, healthcare and discounted retail schemes.

Galliford Try is an equal opportunities employer and we accept all

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Job ID Number: 1900003I
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Opportunity Overview

  • Ongoing
  • Competitive + benefits
  • 2:2 and above
  • Leicester

Disciplines accepted...

  • Analytics
  • Maths
  • Quantity Surveying

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