Project Quantity Surveyor (Northwest Region)


Head Office & Northwest Region

Project Quantity Surveyor


Main Duties and Responsibilities:

Ensure compliance with Kilcawley Construction Quality Management System & ISO 9001

Ensure Compliance with Kilcawley Construction Environmental & Safety Management System & OHSAS 18001 and ISO 14001

As Project Quantity Surveyor you will be responsible for managing the commercial aspects of the project designated to you under their remit are properly managed and controlled, and that commercial strategy is developed and delivered in accordance with the requirements of the business.

The Project Quantity Surveyor will under the guidance of a Contracts Manager from procuring of packages through to agreeing payments.


Your Main Duties


  • Carry out all Quantity Surveying duties including measurement, procurement, cost monitoring, cost control, reporting, preparation of interim payments and settlement of final accounts in a professional manner and in accordance with company guidelines.
  • Reconciliation of Contract Documents versus Tender Documents Received.
  • Maintain Project Variation Folders to include all Variations details, prepare and maintain variation log. Monitor Projects requirements in terms of variation notifications.
  • Preparation of subcontractor and supplier enquiry packages from Contract documents.
  • Review and reconciliation of bills of quantities versus other Design documents.
  • Analysis of subcontractor and supplier quotes received for compliance with the Contract documents.
  • Preparation of Internal Subcontractor Payment Certificates.
  • Filing all Project records in accordance with the Project Filing matrix requirements.
  • Liaising and co-ordination with Kilcawley Project Team where necessary.
  • Preparation of internal Project Cost reports/Project Tracker
  • Review and monitoring of Project Commercial Plans.
  • Liaising with the Purchasing Department in relation to the preparation of material procurement schedules, specification compliance and the review of requisitions from site.
  • Assist in the procurement of subcontractor packages, in line with agreed procurement schedule.
  • Regularly attend site and ensure sufficient records of progress are taken on a regular basis and are adequately documented.
  • Produce information for the cash flow forecast for the project and update on a monthly basis and after the issue of any updated programmes. Ensure that Sub-contractors submit monthly valuations in line with dates agreed at the pre-contract meeting.
  • Produce information for the monthly internal valuation which accurately reflects the true value of the work completed to the end of the given period.
  • Prepare information for the monthly sub-contract liabilities report which ensures that all Subcontractors are valued in line with the views taken in the internal valuation.


Minimum Requirements

  • Degree Educated in Quantity Surveying with Some Post Graduate Experience.
  • Strong on Technical Construction Details
  • Experience in, or understanding of, residential construction would be a distinct advantage.
  • Excellent negotiation skills
  • Must be very organised and have excellent time management skills.
  • Must have excellent verbal, written, communication, presentation, and IT skills.
  • Ability to work independently and with cross-functional teams.
  • Proficient across the full MS Office suite
  • Strong Attention to Detail
  • Strong Team Player with the ability to work independently as needs arise.

What’s in it for you?

  • Competitive Salary
  • Company Vehicle
  • Company Laptop
  • Company Phone
  • Supportive Environment
  • Opportunities for Progression
  • Flexibility between office locations in Sligo and Maynooth when not on site.
  • Professional Development Support and Mentoring For Persons Looking For Professional Qualifications With Recognised Bodies.
  • Continuous Professional Development Training (CPD)
  • Peace of Mind with Life Insurance Income Protection
  • Access to Lifestyle Benefits -Bike to Work Scheme, Gym Membership
  • Employee Assistance Programme
  • Loyalty Reward Scheme (Earn Additional Leave for Service Served)
  • Referral Reward Scheme
  • Social Club


Kilcawley Construction are an Equal Opportunities Employer. At Kilcawley Construction, we firmly believe in providing equal opportunities to all our employees, regardless of their background, race, gender, or any other characteristic. We are committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive work environment that encourages innovation, creativity, and collaboration. To ensure that we maintain our high standards, we constantly monitor our systems and motivate our employees to exceed expectations. Our ultimate goal is to create a workplace where every individual can thrive and reach their full potential.






How to apply:

Please forward your CV with the position you are applying for stated in the subject line to:


Kilcawley Construction & Civil Engineering (Sligo) Ltd is an equal opportunities employer.

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