Lead Cost Manager
Location: New York, USA.
Salary offer: Up to $150 000+ Bonus + Benefits
Capstone are exclusively partnering with a multi-disciplinary, international real estate and construction consultancy to acquire a Senior or Associate level Quantity Surveyor who will work directly for one of their clients who operates in the pharmaceutical sector. The organisation prides itself on its ability to form long-lasting client relationships and through their industry experience and technical excellence provider a quality service from the outset of their projects. The firm believes their success is not only driven by their technical ability, but through their unique involvement from the Partners throughout the organisation's life-cycle.
As the Lead Quantity Surveyor, you will be working directly for a major pharmaceutical client. The role will be working in the client's office full-time but will have full access to the expertise and network of the consultancy for additional support. This presents the unique opportunity to be a part of an innovative, expanding organisation and be responsible for their extensive scope of works and large capital expenditure. The nature of the works is centred around quality, so attention to detail and quality above all else will be at the core of your success.
You will be an energetic, motivated MRICS Quantity Surveyor who is ambitious, open to exciting and new opportunities, while having a proven track record as an exceptional Cost Manager with the technical ability to continuously produce a quality service and ensure the success of the organisation's extensive works. The successful candidate will ideally have extensive knowledge of the commercial, offices and retail sectors, preferably gained in a construction consultancy environment. Your key skills will include negotiation, communication, numeracy, report writing and presentation skills. International applicants must fulfill the criteria of the E-Treaty Visa which is required for this position.
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