The Council are seeking a Senior Quantity Surveyor to join our Property Design Team in one of our principal offices in Kilmory (Lochgilphead) or Dunoon. The successful candidate should be able to demonstrate sound knowledge and experience of Quantity Surveying practice in order to assist the Property Design Manager to develop, manage and deliver efficient and effective Capital Programmes across the Council, ensuring best value is delivered to service users by taking specific responsibility for all Quantity Surveying elements of capital and revenue maintenance projects. The successful candidate should also be able to show ability and experience in staff management in order to effectively control and ensure the productivity of the Quantity Surveying Team.
The post holder is required to travel effectively and efficiently throughout Argyll and Bute and beyond to meet the needs of the service.
This is a permanent post, 35 hours per week, Monday to Friday.
Applicants should note that:
This post is suitable for job share.
The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exclusions and Exceptions) (Scotland) Order 2013, as amended, applies to this post.
This post requires Protection of Vulnerable Group (PVG) Membership in relation to working with children and adults.
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If you would like clarification on any information contained within the vacancy advert and/or the job description you will require to speak with the recruiting manager, who is Brian Gray, Design Team Manager, 01369 708559.
Please note that you cannot apply for this vacancy by contacting the recruiting manager, applications must be made by clicking on the Apply Now button at the top of this page.
Please also note that we do not accept CV’s, only applications completed and submitted via the Apply Now button on this page.
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