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 QUANTITY SURVEYOR (MELBOURNE)

As a result of our ongoing commitment to our client, we're currently expanding our team and we’re looking for a qualified Senior Quantity Surveyor to work within our off-site Melbourne Airport office. Supporting one of Melbourne’s major commercial and infrastructure clients in the Australian infrastructure market space, this role will perform various quantity surveying functions including estimating, cost planning, cost management, cost monitoring, and accurate and timely financial reporting whilst exercising sound financial acumen with a key focus on proactively maximising value for our clients.
 
This role is responsible for:
- liaising with clients, architects and main contractors
- identifying and facilitating new business opportunities
- master-plan and feasibility budgets
- cost checking of developing design
- value engineering
- tender evaluations and analysis
- contract negotiations
- cash flow projects
- procurement
- cost reporting
- project control
- budget reporting
- evaluation of variations
- valuations
- final account reporting
- claims preparation, presentation, negotiation and settlement of claims
- investment analysis
- formulating and implementing benchmarking processes to improve the consistency, accuracy and time to prepare cost models and plans

If you would like the opportunity to work on landmark projects and broaden your career within the construction industry then this could be a great opportunity for you to join an international cost consultancy at the forefront of major building construction across all sectors: commercial, retail, residential, mixed use, infrastructure and health. If you're looking to advance your career, you enjoy building your networks and you're degree qualified with broad quantity surveying experience then apply now.

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Posted 24/02/2020



WANTING TO WORK OVERSEAS?

An exciting opportunity for Project Managers, Quantity Surveyors/Contract Administrators and Estimators to work in the USA. 

We are an independent consultancy with headquarters in Portland, Oregon, specialising in construction and asset facilities management.  Our services include forecasting, feasibility studies, project management, estimating, procurement advice, cost management and project closeout including environmental compliance.

If you are a highly driven professional with less than 5 years experience in either Project Management, Estimating or Quantity Surveying/Contract Administration and would like to work in the USA, we would like to hear from you.

Generous salary including USA work visa, relocation and settlement package will be offered to the successful candidate.

Please only respond if you are an Australian Citizen (for visa purposes) and have a construction degree or diploma.

Interested candidates to send covering letter and CV to slowenadler@planbconsult.net
 
Posted on 19/02/2020



COST MANAGER (SYDNEY)

- Inspire and make a difference
- Drive success within the team
- AECOM offers flexible working arrangements (part time, work from home)

 AECOM is seeking an energetic and highly motivated self-starter to join our Cost management team in Sydney as a Quantity Surveyor / Cost Manager.

THE ROLE
AECOM is seeking an energetic and highly motivated self-starter to join our Cost management team in Sydney as a Quantity Surveyor / Cost Manager.  You will be responsible for providing quantity surveying and cost management services on some Australia's most iconic and challenging projects, giving you the opportunity to further develop your career. We have a growing team cost management team that both supports AECOM's internal groups and also provides external Clients cost consulting advice.

Responsibilities will include, but are not limited to:
- Cost planning and estimating throughout the design phase;
- Construction phase cost management services;
- Cash flow forecasting;
- Assisting with feasibility studies, capital cost advice;
- Life-cycle costing;
- Preparation and evaluation of Risk Registers;
- Striving for excellence in client service delivery in all aspects of a project life cycle.

This role is ideal for a highly driven professional who is looking to continue to grow their QS skills, working on a range of projects learning from a team of specialist consultants.

ABOUT YOU
- Strong relevant professional experience;
- Consulting experience - essential;
- BIM measurement skill would be an advantage
- Demonstrated skills in managing project costs and budgets.
- Relevant tertiary qualification;
- Working knowledge of MS Suite – Essential;
- Medium to High Level knowledge of CostX- desirable.
- Infrastructure experience – desirable.

BENEFITS AT AECOM
The Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) recognizes AECOM as taking a sophisticated, holistic approach to supporting women and men’s equal participation throughout our workplace.

 We provide a diverse and inclusive work environment and offer many benefits to ensure your professional development & wellbeing.
- Flexible start and finish times, working from home, part time and job share options
- State of the art, modern and contemporary offices
- Paid Parental and Partner Leave
-  Market-competitive salary
- Purchased additional annual leave + salary packaging
- Corporate Employee discounts from up to 400 retailers
- Wellbeing benefits e.g. vaccinations, health insurance discounts
- Employee stock purchase plans
- Career development and learning opportunities
- Professional memberships.

Find out more about AECOM’s commitment to Inclusion and Diversity here

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Posted 13/02/2020





Arcadis is currently looking to fill two new positions in the Sydney office, a Quantity Surveyor and Undergraduate Quantity Surveyor

Arcadis is the leading design & consultancy firm for natural and built assets with a passion to improve the quality of life and be recognised as the best. To achieve this, we collaborate with the 27,000 Arcadians in over 350 offices around the globe on world-changing projects. 

With skilled and talented people on-board, we provide major companies and governments around the globe with groundbreaking design, consultancy, engineering, business advisory, architecture, cost and commercial, and project management expertise. 

QUANTITY SURVEYOR (SYDNEY) 

Arcadis are currently growing their team to meet the demands of our strong and growing pipeline of work. Arcadis are looking for a Quantity Surveyor to join our Cost and Commercial Management team in Sydney.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Take ownership of small to medium-sized projects, as may be directed by your Line Manager, or components of cost management assignments ensuring that standards of delivery meet defined project and business objectives;
- Always work proactively with our clients to ensure maximum client satisfaction;
- Identify opportunities to raise both Cost & Commercials and Arcadis’ profile and standing in the market e.g. attending conferences, functions and events etc, as may be directed by your Line Manager;
- Develop and maintain high level business relationships both at a company and personal level, through networking, attending functions, and promoting and presenting the Arcadis business at every opportunity;
- Ensure that you understand and engage with business and project strategies, project briefs and client requirements;  
- Assist, wherever possible and in consultation with your Line Manager, in enhancing productivity through improved processes, procedures and systems;
- Deliver commissions on behalf of clients and as directed by your Line Manager; and
- In conjunction with your Line Manager, ensure that risks are proactively identified, assessed and managed to avoid adverse impacts on projects.

YOU WILL HAVE

- A relevant degree or equivalent professional accreditation, postgraduate qualifications in project management, business or finance related area will be an advantage;
- Experience in leading the delivery of complex projects on behalf of clients;
- Have experience in working with people from varied backgrounds and cultures; 
- Experience of working in a tendered project services environment; and
- Sound commercial background, including familiarity with contractual conditions and procedures, including international conditions and ability to assess risk.

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UNDERGRADUATE QUANTITY SURVEYOR (SYDNEY) 

We are currently growing our team to meet the demands of our strong and growing pipeline of work. We are currently looking for an Undergraduate Quantity Surveyor to provide support in assigned work areas for our Cost and Commercial Management team based in Sydney.

RESPONSIBILITIES
- Assist, wherever possible and in consultation with your Line Manager, in enhancing productivity through improved processes, procedures and systems;
- Communicate with your Line Manager with regards to any potential future resourcing issues, particularly where project deliverables may become compromised;
- Engage in Continuing Professional Development (CPD) activities in order to meet the requirements of your role and qualification.  Ensure that you communicate with your Line Manager and identify any potential shortfall in your CPD;
- Engage and participate in the Arcadis Structured Training Programme; and
- Deliver commissions and work tasks as directed by your Line Manager and perform other duties and responsibilities as required from time to time.

 
YOU WILL HAVE
- Relevant degree with Chartered status or equivalent professional accreditation;
- Have experience in working with people from varied backgrounds and cultures;
- The ability to learn quickly and adapt to different environments;
- Excellent communication and interactive skills;
- Strong leadership skills and a collaborative mentality; and
- Natural intuition and an inquisitive nature.


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Posted 11/02/2020



COMMERCIAL  ADVISOR (ASIA PACIFIC - EASTERN REGION)

OVERVIEW / RESPONSIBILITIES
Wood is currently recruiting for a Commercial Advisor to join our team in the Melbourne Office to support the Asia- Pacific - Eastern Region, a region which encompasses a varied portfolio of contracts across various industries in eastern Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.  

Reporting to the Senior Commercial Advisor, this diverse role will perform the full range of commercial activities from commercial inputs to proposals, preparation and negotiation of commercial pricing models, pre and post award contract reviews, contract administration and commercial close out activities.

RESPONSIBILITIES
- Promote safe working practices within the commercial function
- Under supervision, perform pre award activities, including; commercial review of tender documents; developing commercial strategy for proposals; preparing commercial pricing models; preparing commercial qualifications; and co-ordinating legal, tax and insurance qualifications
- Support the management and governance of the Tender Governance Policy (TGP), which governs pre award activities
- Under supervision, perform post award contract commercial support, including; negotiating changes to commercial models; annual pricing reviews; ensuring contracts are set up correctly in the appropriate business system; ensuring that invoices are prepared in a timely and accurate manner and include full contract entitlement; ensuring commercial models and scope of delivery are understood by the contract management team; ensuring change is captured in contract variations/amendments; and commercial administration files are established and maintained
- Lead the implementation and governance of the Financial Management Framework within assigned contracts to that commercial/financial risks are mitigated, and opportunities are identified
- Lead and provide commercial support to finance personnel to ensure contract commercial compliance 
- Prepare monthly commercial reporting inputs to monthly contract performance reviews.
- Under supervision, perform contract close out tasks including reconciliation of costs to revenue, and where applicable KPI closeout
- Liaison with various internal and external customers (clients, executive management, project management etc.) in all areas of commercial management, problem solving, commercial strategy, negotiation and dispute resolution
- Contribute directly to value creation and commercial gain
 
SKILLS / QUALIFICATIONS
- Skills typically acquired through completion of an undergraduate degree in business administration, commerce, quantity surveying, or similar discipline
- In addition to an undergraduate degree, the individual should have at least 4 years work experience in the engineering, construction, energy, utilities or similar industry with demonstrable exposure to key contracting concepts, principles and commercial management in a technical services environment
- Considerable experience in drafting and interpretation of contractual documentation.
- Considerable experience in developing commercial strategies and preparing commercial pricing models
- Considerable knowledge and experience of commercial administration processes and procedures

Candidates must have full work rights in Australia to be considered for this role.

If you’re an experienced Commercial Advisor, ready for your next opportunity, then we are keen to hear from you today. 
 
Apply HERE and take the next step in your career with this exciting opportunity!

COMPANY OVERVIEW 

Wood is a global leader in the delivery of project, engineering and technical services to energy and industrial markets. We operate in more than 60 countries, employing around 55,000 people, with revenues of around $10 billion.  We provide performance driven solutions throughout the asset life cycle, from concept to decommissioning across a broad range of industrial markets including the upstream, midstream and downstream oil & gas, power & process, environment and infrastructure, clean energy, mining, nuclear and general industrial sectors. We strive to be the best technical services company to work with, work for and invest in. www.woodplc.com

DIVERSITY STATEMENT
We are an equal opportunity employer that recognises the value of a diverse workforce. All suitably qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment on the basis of objective criteria and without regard to the following (which is a non-exhaustive list): race, colour, age, religion, gender, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or other characteristics in accordance with the relevant governing laws.

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Posted on 03/02/2020