Our clients are a well-established civil engineering and groundworks contractor providing a wide range of services in both the public and private sectors. Generally contracts will include the construction of roads and sewers for private housing developments, all groundworks, shell and core construction. As they continue to grow, they are looking to recruit an experienced Quantity Surveyor to join their team based out of their Hampshire office.
They're ideally looking for someone with a minimum of 5 years' experience working in the groundworks and civil engineering sector to manage multiple projects throughout the South East. In return, they're offering a competitive salary up to £60K plus company car or car allowance.
- Minimum 5 years' experience working on groundworks and civil engineering projects
- BSc Quantity Surveying degree
- Experience managing projects with limited supervision
- Self-motivated and confident
- Financially astute
- Excellent communication skills
- Well organised
- Full UK drivers licence
Our client is a forward thinking, international group that provides specialist assessment services to sectors such as quality, health, safety and environment. They are able to provide a fully integrated, high quality service and as a result have earned a reputation as leaders in their field. They currently require a Senior Ecologist to join and support their Hampshire based team.
The role will involve undertaking a wide variety of protected species surveys (birds, amphibians, reptiles, bats, badgers and water voles) as well as botanical surveys along with producing factual and interpretive reports. Other responsibilities will include attending meetings with clients, contractors and regulatory authorities across the UK as well as preparing fee proposals and tender submissions. The successful applicant will also undertake project management activities such as financial aspects, site coordination and health and safety plans and risk assessments.
Applicants must have a first degree in Ecology or a closely related subject and a relevant Masters would be an advantage. Experience of working as an Ecologist in a consultancy environment is essential and should have included protected species work, project management responsibilities and relevant document preparation. This role is ideal for an Ecologist ready to take the next step in their career development within a well-respected company.
At least one protected species licence and membership of a relevant professional institute would be a distinct advantage.
In return our client is offering the successful applicant a generous package along with excellent career development opportunities.
Our client provides a complete water hygiene and water treatment service, helping organisations meet the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act, the Health and Safety Executive's Approved Code of Practice (ACoP L8), HSE 274 part 2 and the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations. They are now seeking a Legionella Risk Assessor based in Hampshire to visit clients and carry out risk assessments and make recommendations based on the results along with estimates and quotes.
Responsible for completing legionella risk assessments, risk assessment reviews and surveys for new and existing clients on hot and cold water systems, cooling towers and other associated water systems that are found on site
Work to agreed targets and deadlines and escalate urgent issues in a timely manner
Undertake on site surveys of client properties and produce reports, estimates and quotations to ensure maximum efficiency and legal compliance with the ACoP L8 and the Water Supply Regulations 1999
Maintain and build on customer relationships through on-going servicing, monitoring, sampling and regular reviews
Be capable of interpretation of surveys, recognise issues and be able to liaise with clients at Board levels as well as operator level
Identify areas for growth of products and services
Liaise with other departments with regard to business opportunities from the existing water services client base
Maintain knowledge of Legionnaires disease through training and continual improvement
Responsible for carrying out monitoring of tasks, sampling and record keeping in strict accordance with the ACoP L8 and Legionella control Association (LCA) statement of compliance
Undertake on site surveys of clients properties and produce reports, estimates and quotations
Escalate any concerns or issues with allocated jobs to prioritise or re-schedule work
Complete all administrative work associated with departmental requirements and keep accurate records of work
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, peers, internal and external customers ensuring exceptional customer service standards are achieved
Carry out duties in parallel with the Water hygiene Standards of Service (SOS) 2005
Understand, comply and carry out function on accordance with company policies and procedures including Health & Safety
The successful candidate must hold City & Guilds Accredited Risk Assessment for legionella or equivalent, city & Guilds Accredited legionella Appreciation or equivalent, City & Guilds Accredited legionella Management for Water Systems or equivalent. Able to demonstrate a working knowledge of Approved Code of practice L8 Legionnaires Disease and proficient in completing risk assessment documents and surveys.
Must be able to demonstrate that you have a sound understanding of business goals and objectives. Evidence of excellent communication skills and excellent levels of customer service and interpersonal skills.
Must hold a full Driving Licence.
Our client is offering a competitive salary to the right candidate.
Our client is an established consultancy which deals with a wide range of projects such as environmental impact, environmental management and monitoring, mitigation and a variety of other ecological issues. They also deal with protected species surveys and assessments. With an experienced team of ecologists they are able to offer their clients a comprehensive range of services and expert advice.
Due to continued expansion they are looking to recruit an Ecologist with experience of project management to be based in their Hampshire office.
The successful candidate will be responsible for scoping, producing and supervising written reports including environmental impact assessments and environmental statements and for monitoring and managing proposals. The role will also involve writing DEFRA applications and recommendations for future action and co-ordinating and supervising Field and Assistant Ecologists to ensure projects are performed and delivered to the highest possible standard. There will also be a large element of field work involved with the role.
Applicants must have a first degree in Ecology and a postgraduate degree in a related subject is preferable. Experience of project management in a consultancy environment is essential along with experience of ecological surveying, impact assessment and mitigation. Applicants must hold at least one protected species licence and possess exceptional identification skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are also required for the role.
In return our client is offering the successful candidate a generous salary plus additional benefits.
Successful legal firm have a rewarding opportunity for an experienced Surveyor to join their expanding team in the property team to carry out HomeBuyer Surveys and to offer additional services to clients to bring in work to the team.
The successful candidate will be tasked with undertaking a range of surveying services which will include homebuyers surveys and reports, building surveys and ideally commercial rates reviews.
The successful candidate will be well presented and articulate as this will be a client facing position. Excellent communication and report writing skills are essential, as well as being organised and have the ability to manage your time to work autonomously when required.
My client invests in staff professional development which continues the high level the service provided. A competitive salary ranging from £45k to £50k and benefits package is available for the successful applicant.
Our clients are a high end residential house building contractor based in Hampshire providing high quality building services throughout the South East. Due to recent growth, they are currently looking for an Assistant Quantity Surveyor to joing their team in Hampshire.
Candidates must have a minimum of 12 months' experience working in the Residential sector. Reporting to the Commercial Manager you will be responsible for minimising costs of projects and enhancing value for money, while still achieving the required standards of quality.
Key responsibilities include:
- Reviewing contract documents, including bills of quantities and preliminaries
- Assisting in establishing a client's requirements and undertaking feasibility studies.
- Advising on procurement strategy.
- Financial controlling accountability.
- Identifying, analysing and developing responses to commercial risks.
- Preparing and analysing tender returns
- Analysing outcomes and writing detailed progress reports.
- Re-measuring projects insuring they match with the Estimators bill of quantities.
- Managing valuation and sub-contractor invoicing.
Our client is a large environmental consultancy that offers professional advice and technical support services on a wide range of environmental disciplines, covering such diverse areas as water treatment, town planning, waste management, transport planning, impact assessment, engineering design and asset, resource and risk management issues.
They are now looking to recruit a Graduate Environmental Scientist to join the indoor air quality team in their Hampshire office.
They successful candidate will be involved in carrying out legionella risk assessments, monitoring air conditioning cooling towers, indoor air quality surveys, the chemical analysis and treatment of cooling water and microbiological sampling.
You will have a relevant science / engineering degree ideally in Environmental Science, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Chemistry or Geography.
This is an ideal opportunity for a recent graduate to begin a career within an environmental consultancy.
In return, they offer a competitive salary and benefit package (company car, company mobile phone?£?)
Our clients are a multi-disciplinary Construction consultancy looking for an ambitious Graduate Quantity Surveyor to join their Hampshire office.
They're ideally looking for an ambitious Graduate QS (either recently graduated or about to graduate) and ideally with some previous relevant experience for a Consultancy or Contractor. This is an excellent opportunity to join a fast growing consultancy where you will be involved on a range of projects across various market sectors with excellent structured training, APC support and genuine career development prospects.
- BSc Quantity Surveying Degree (or working towards)
- Must have some previous QS experience (consultancy or contractor)
- Ability to prioritise and manage several tasks to deadline
- Excellent report writing and presentation ability
- Good verbal communication skills, comfortable in meetings and happy to contribute in a team environment
- Strong IT skills
- Full UK driving licence
Our client provides a complete water hygiene and water treatment service, helping organisations meet the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act, the Health and Safety Executive's Approved Code of Practice (ACoP L8), HSE 274 part 2 and the Water Supply (Water Fittings) Regulations
They are now seeking to recruit a Water Hygiene Technician located in the Hampshire area.
The successful candidate will possess Level 2 NVQ Plumbing / City & Guilds Plumbing qualifications and previous experience of sampling or any associated fields would be advantageous
Job role for the successful candidate:
-Primarily be responsible for the service to water treatment sites in the Kent area and other areas, if required, for cooling water and steam boiler analysis and reporting to site engineer
-Trained on handling chemicals, dosing and control equipment, be able to trouble-shoot and resolve issues locally
-Have responsibility for monitoring tasks, sampling and keeping records on customers' properties and sites within the areas of Avon
-Demonstrate a working knowledge of the Approved Code of Practice L8 for the control of legionella bacteria in water systems
-Be responsible for cleaning and disinfecting hot and cold water systems, cisterns and cooling towers and associated systems and work to method statements issued
-Understand and be familiar with pre-treatment plant, especially base-exchange water softening and the principles of how they work, minor fault finding
-Work to agreed timescales for the duties, i.e. surveying and monitoring
-Build rapport with other departments in order to work co-operatively with them
-Be able to receive feedback in a positive manner and give feedback in the same way
-Undertake site surveys (once trained) of clients' properties and produce reports, estimates and quotations to ensure maximum efficiency and legal compliance
-Identify areas for growth of products and services
-Recognise cross-selling opportunities, wherever possible
-Maintain and build customer relationships through on-going monitoring, sampling and regular reviews
-Carry out all administrative work associated with departmental management requirements
-Liaise closely with other team members to ensure that the requirements of the Company are met with regard to the forward planning of labour
-Understand, comply and carry out their function in accordance with company policies and procedures
-Maintain knowledge and Legionnaires' disease through training and continual improvement as identified
This role requires you to have a full UK driving licence
In return our client offer a competitive salary with training & development opportunities, private health care, childcare vouchers and more
Our client is a leading Multi-Disciplinary Consultancy who are well known for producing high quality work throughout the UK. They are now seeking to recruit a Principal Ecologist to join their team in Hampshire.
-An ecological degree or related subject
-At least 1 Protected Species Licence (bats more desirable)
-At least 6 years' relevant professional experience
-Be a full member of the Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM)
-You will have a high level of technical ecological expertise
-Experience of supervision, supporting and management of more junior ecologists including in their career development
-Directing and managing projects
-Managing the day-to-day workload of our ecology team
-Managing small and large scale projects
-Overseeing the preparation of fee quotations, tenders and expressions of interest
-Supervising and mentoring junior team members
-Liaising with clients and other organisations to promote strong working relationships and effective communication
-Extensive surveying experience including Phase 1/preliminary ecological appraisal and protected species surveys
-Thorough understanding of UK/EU nature conservation legislation and planning policy
-Experience of work in ecological consultancy
-UK protected fauna species survey and mitigation licences (especially bats)
-Full & Clean UK driving licence
In return our client offer a competitive salary depending on experience with an excellent benefits package