AIQS Job Board

The AIQS Job Board is a portal that aims to connect job seekers with employers.

Opportunities exist for employers to advertise their job vacancies on the AIQS Job Board. If you are interested in posting a job or would like more information, email marketing@aiqs.com.au.





SENIOR CONTRACTS ADMINISTRATOR - WA


> Exposure to a broad range of Defence projects
> Exciting and challenging role
> Based in our head office in Wangara, WA

ABOUT US
Duratec Australia is a multi-disciplined builder and maintenance contractor and regarded as one of Australia's fastest growing privately owned companies with over 10 branches across Australia. Our highly experienced Defence division is dedicated to the delivery of capital facilities infrastructure and estate works program projects. 

ABOUT THE ROLE
Due to an ever-growing portfolio of awarded contracts within the commercial, industrial and Defence sectors, we are currently seeking an experienced Senior Contracts Administrator to join our growing Defence Operations Team. This position is conveniently based in our head office in Wangara.

You will primarily be responsible for the overall support of subcontractor engagement within our National Defence Projects.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
> Review and continual improvement of Subcontract Mechanisms
> Manage all reporting required by the client, including status reporting, project reports, program reporting, risk reporting, ensuring all reporting has enough content and is submitted on time.
> Commercial review of Head Contracts and Agreements
> Support to Project Management for Project Forecasting
> Implementation and support of subcontract management processes
> Manage document control processes
> Liaise with key stakeholders 
> Ongoing commercial support to our National Defence Projects

ABOUT YOU
> Minimum of three (3) years’ experience in a Contract Administration role including financial/budget management and reporting - essential
> Industry experience within the building and construction industry – Defence experience highly advantageous
> Qualifications in Contract Management or similar discipline - essential
> Demonstrated knowledge of the Building Code 2016
> Ability to prioritise and meet conflicting deadlines in a fast-paced environment
> Be highly articulate with excellent attention to detail
> Ability to work autonomously and as part of a team
> Proficient in the use of Microsoft Office and MS Project

JOIN A REWARDING CULTURE
We are currently undergoing a period of rapid growth and are seeking motivated, highly organised individuals with strong interpersonal skills to join our project delivery and support teams. Our fast paced and supportive working environment will provide you with a wide range of employee benefits including competitive rates and the ongoing opportunity for career progression. 
> Career Development
> Employee Recognition Programs
> Work-Life Balance
> Mentoring by Industry leaders
> Rewarding and Supportive Culture

For more information about the role or to apply, email Louise.Lightfoot@duratecaustralia.com.au

Posted 21/2/2019



SENIOR ESTIMATOR – WANGARA, WA

> Fast-paced opportunity for a proven Estimator within a busy tendering team in the civil, infrastructure and buildings space
> One of Australia's fastest growing privately owned companies
> Competitive remuneration negotiable with experience 

ABOUT US
Duratec is part of the Ertech Holdings Group and is one of the country's fastest growing privately owned companies that consist of ten branches across Australia servicing the mining, oil and gas, and marine industries, along with government and Defence assets and commercial infrastructure including heritage buildings.  Our professional services are provided on both new construction projects and the remediation of existing assets.

YOUR NEW CAREER AWAITS
Due to an exciting and rapid growth period, we now have an opportunity for a Senior Estimator to join our highly successful estimating team based in our head office in Wangara, within our busy Defence Division.
Reporting to the Lead Estimator, you will be responsible for estimating tenders and quotes, ensuring they are accurate, submitted on time and within the conditions of the tender. You will also liaise with clients and stakeholders to gather all necessary information to ensure estimates are accurate.

Your key duties will include:
> Providing accurate cost and drafting estimates;
> Collecting and following up on quotes from suppliers;
> Executing tender requests and submissions;
> Maintaining and producing accurate project records and reports;
      - Conduct commercial, risk and profitability reviews
      - Detailed tender handover with traceability and support into pre-contracts and delivery
> Liaising with the team to ensure effective communication across all projects; and
> Acting as the face of the business regularly when dealing with clients. 
> Provide ongoing support and mentoring to our estimating team

WHAT YOU NEED TO SUCCEED
To be considered for this position you will have tertiary qualifications in Quantity Surveying, construction management or similar with considerable experience in an estimating capacity, preparing lump sum tenders and cost plans within the construction industry.
Ideally you will have:
> Experience gained within a contractor environment similar to Duratec – Defence experience is highly regarded
> Previous experience working with commercial construction companies within Australia on projects between $5 - $25 million in value, with a minimum of 8 years commercial construction experience
> Bid Management experience with the ability to prepare tenders for market including full compliance of tender documentation with client requirements
> Exceptional negotiation skills, strong interpersonal skills, confidence, and professionalism.
> A strong, financial and commercial acumen is also a must, and will assist you in the accurate preparation of cost plans, as well as in identifying new project opportunities and ensuring a high success rate of team bids
> Advanced computer literacy including Microsoft Office
> Ability to collaborate as part of a high-performing team
> Meticulous attention to detail and accuracy of work
> Possess a strong work ethic, good organisational skills and can meet strict deadlines within a fast-paced working environment

WHAT WE CAN OFFER YOU
This is a rare opportunity for an experienced and dedicated professional to make their mark whilst working for a positive and cohesive organisation with a strong reputation. If you are looking for a challenging position with genuine development and progression opportunities, then we want to hear from you. 

An attractive remuneration package is on offer, negotiable with skills and experience.

Our fast paced and supportive working environment will provide you with a wide range of additional employee benefits including employee recognition programs and mentoring by industry leaders.

For more information about the role or to apply, email Louise.Lightfoot@duratecaustralia.com.au

Posted 21/2/2019



ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR - CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT & QUANTITY SURVEYING FACULTY OF SOCIETY & DESIGN
Full-time, fixed-term appointment for 3 years 
 
Position Reference No
FSD_ADV_235_02/19 

About the Position
This is an outstanding opportunity for a suitably qualified academic to join the Faculty of Society & Design at an exciting time of growth and development. 
 
The emphases of the position is to deliver and undertake teaching and research within the areas of building measurement and quantity surveying.  Additional experience related to any of the areas listed below would be preferred:
> Construction technology
> Building Information Modelling (BIM)
> Building services
> Contract administration
> Construction management
 
About the Person
The successful applicant will hold a PhD in a relevant field and/or have extensive relevant industry experience.  It is desirable that the applicant is a member of a relevant professional body such as the RICS or Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors or be eligible for such membership. 
 
As a member of academic staff the successful applicant will be responsible for contributing to teaching, research and service in the Faculty and University at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. The successful applicant will also engage in professional and industry liaison and provide student support within the Faculty. 
 
Salary Details
Bond University offers a vibrant campus with state-of-the-art facilities in a picturesque location, as well as a range of tangible benefits including (but not limited to): competitive remuneration, bus services to the door, available car parking, use of library, Career Development Services, corporate discount programs and a bulk-billing medical centre on-site. 
 
Assistant Professor remuneration commences at $115,033 per annum plus superannuation. 
Associate Professor remuneration commences at $143,126 per annum plus superannuation.
 
Additional Information
Position related enquiries can be directed to Dr Dane Miller, Discipline Lead, Faculty of Society & Design, phone +617 5595 2189 or email dmiller@bond.edu.au  
 
This position will be expected to commence for semester 2, being May 2019. 
 
Application and Submission Details
For further details regarding this appointment please visit www.bond.edu.au/employ 

Applications close 5.00 pm, Tuesday 12 March 2019 
 
> Interviews will be held week commencing 18 March 2019.
> Short listed applicants without work rights will need to demonstrate they can meet the requirements for obtaining a valid Australian work visa.
> Conditions of employment for this position are offered under a Bond Employment Agreement (BEC).
> Bond University is an equal opportunity employer. 

Posted 15/2/2019



ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR - PROJECT MANAGEMENT FACULTY OF SOCIETY & DESIGN
Full-time, fixed-term appointment (3 years) 

Position Reference No
FSD_ADV_237_02/19 

About the Position
This is an outstanding opportunity for a suitably qualified academic to join the Faculty of Society & Design at an exciting time of growth and development. 
 
The emphases of the position are to deliver and undertake teaching and research within the areas of program and portfolio management, international project management and project/process innovation.

Additional experience related to any of the areas listed below would be favoured:
> Principles of Project Management
> Project Finance and Procurement
> Expert Witness and Dispute Resolution
> Managing Projects 
 
About the Person
The successful applicant will hold a PhD in a cognate field and have extensive relevant industry or research experience.  It is desirable that the applicant is a certified professional practitioner with the AIPM, PMI or equivalent professional association and have a strong professional network. 
 
As a member of academic staff the successful applicant will be responsible for contributing to teaching, research and service in the Faculty and University at the undergraduate and postgraduate level. The successful applicant will also engage in professional and industry liaison and provide student support within the Faculty. 
 
Salary Details
Bond University offers a vibrant campus with state-of-the-art facilities in a picturesque location, as well as a range of tangible benefits including (but not limited to): competitive remuneration, bus services to the door, available car parking, use of library, Career Development Services, corporate discount programs and a bulk-billing medical centre on-site. 
 
Assistant Professor remuneration commences at $115,033 per annum plus superannuation. 
Associate Professor remuneration commences at $143,126 per annum plus superannuation. 

Additional Information
Position related enquiries can be directed to Dr Daniel O’Hare, Discipline Lead, Faculty of Society & Design, phone +617 5595 2189 or email dohare@bond.edu.au  
 
This position will be expected to commence for semester 2, being May 2019. 
 
Application and Submission Details
For further details regarding this appointment please visit www.bond.edu.au/employ 
 
Applications close 5.00 pm, Tuesday 12 March 2019 .
 
Interviews will be held week commencing 18 March 2019.
 
> Short listed applicants without work rights will need to demonstrate they can meet the requirements for obtaining a valid Australian work visa.
> Conditions of employment for this position are offered under a Bond Employment Agreement (BEC). 
> Bond University is an equal opportunity employer.

Posted 15/2/2019



SENIOR QUANTITY SURVEYOR / QUANTITY SURVEYOR
Employment Type: Full-time

MBMPL PTY LTD

We are independent advisers to the Australian property and infrastructure sectors. Through our insightful approach and innovative project solutions, we deliver certainty in the minds of our clients. Our expertise encompasses quantity surveying, building consultancy, tax and asset services, PPP advisory, infrastructure, facilities management advisory and expert witness.

We are recognised by clients and peers for our expertise across multiple disciplines, market segments and industries. Our project solutions range from residential refurbishments to multi-billion dollar infrastructure projects. 

JOB DESCRIPTION

> Graduate of recognised QS degree course; 
> Approx. 5-10 years' experience working as a QS;
> Previous experience working in an Australian QS consultancy, providing the full range of pre & post contract QS services preferred; 
> Recent AIQS/MRICS qualified beneficial but not essential; 
> Bill of Quantities Specialist 
> Experience in building projects; and 
> High level verbal and written communication, including preparation of reports for clients. 
> Candidates must be an Australian Citizen or have permanent residency status

Contact: careers@mbmpl.com.au

Posted 10/1/2019




POLICY & RESEARCH MANAGER

Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors

About Us


The Australian Institute of Quantity Surveyors (AIQS) is a professional standards body.  Through its leadership, standards and code of ethics, it ensures that practicing Quantity Surveyors are dedicated to maintaining the highest standards of professional excellence. 

The Role

We currently have an opening for a Policy & Research Manager to join our team based in Sydney's CBD. The ideal candidate will be from a construction background but have had in-depth experience with policy, standards & compliance functions. The Policy & Research Manager will be responsible for the strategic development and implementation of policy matters, research and professional and technical standards for the quantity surveying and the broader construction and management professions.

Key deliverables include:

> Research and prepare draft reports, submissions, guidelines, standards and other guidance material, engage in consultation with stakeholders, and prepare final documents and recommendations for approval
> Research, prepare and write papers, reports and submissions on a broad range of issues relating to the rights and needs of the broader quantity surveying profession
> Prepare, maintain and update standards manuals, guidelines and technical publications
> Fulfil function of Compliance Manager in administering the Institute's Complaints Policy
> Collaborate with Chapters, staff and volunteers on program development, selection of speakers and moderators
> Develop short and long-term plans and budgets for standards related strategies, monitor progress, assure adherence and evaluate performance

Essential criteria:

> Demonstrated capacity to research, analyse, understand and write concisely about complex policy issues
> Understand the benefits of professional and technical standards
> Strong customer service focus and exceptional organisational skills
> Proficient working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and database management skills
> Ability to plan and manage multiple projects and deadlines
> Excellent writing, oral and interpersonal communication skills as well as being a great negotiator
> Demonstrates strategic thinking skills and ability to develop and execute a strategy

To apply, click here to submit both a cover letter and a resume.  Salary will commensurate with experience.

Posted 23/1/2019