Sr Qs

Sr Qs

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Job Description

Job Description

Job Purpose:

In-charge of quantity surveying services (Projects, tenders) for medium construction type contracts (Lupmsum and re-measured valued between US $ 50-150 M) that require developed expertise in the area of quantity surveying.


Principal Accountabilities:

Supervise QS team assigned to project and ensure QS duties meet project's set targets and goals.

Review Contract/sub-contract/purchase orders conditions and become fully aware of all commercial requirements / deliverables/Insurance policy/ obligations to Marine Warranty Surveyors/milestone activities/etc.

Communicate with Client, sub-contractors, suppliers, PMT, Finance, legal advisor and PCS regarding all commercial issues.

Identify and prepare contractual/commercial deliverables and obtain the same from back to back subcontractors/ suppliers. This includes: -

Contract procedures ( Invoicing, variation, etc)

Client Reports (Invoices and related logs, Commercial report, final account statement, etc)

Internal reports (Monthly financial reports, cash flow, QS report, Close out report, lessons learnt and quality objective achievement report)

Issuance of Bonds and certificates (Bank guarantees letter of credit insurance waivers, etc.)

Measurement of variations and non lumpsum works in accordance with agreed procedures and methods.

Attend commercial meeting & discussions with Client/sub-contractors/Vendors. Prepare minutes of meetings & commercial correspondences Referring disputes and problematic issues to his supervisor.

Supervise evaluation of work executed and ensure proper invoices are prepared, submitted and approved by Client.

Provide assistance on the implementation of provisional/optional scope and seeking prior approval before implementation.

Follow up with Client Contract close out including release of completion certificate, release of retention money, release of bank guarantee, warrantee claims and ensure that contractor's rights are respected

Provide guidance on contract documentation to Project Management as requested.

Perform the commercial administration of the sub-contractors and purchase orders including checking and processing of payments, re-measurement, variations and application of penalties (L/Ds)

Provide documentation and assistance for claim preparation and mitigation of claims submitted by Subcontractors and suppliers.

Provides assistance with Contract administration of Consortium including commercial procedures, handling of joint scope accounts, processing of Supplier / Subcontractor invoices.

Notification to insurers of accidents / damages preparation of insurance claim (technical / commercial) and negotiation with Loss adjustor under guidance of LA / PM/ HCA.

Prepare accurate internal monthly report monitor project performance and advise variances to PM / HCA/CCT.

Compliance with QS procedures Company procedures and HSE Standard.


Operating Environment:


Communications and working Relationships:


Framework, Boundaries, Decision Making Authority and Responsibility:


Knowledge Skills and Experience:

Degree in Business Administration or B.Sc. in Engineering or Science.

Minimum of 8 years professional experience, mainly in the domain of quantity surveying and estimation for oil & gas EPC contracts.

Good level skills in communication & negotiation presentation Contractual/ legal terms & standards Variation preparation/ analysis and Commercial & finance terms/ analysis.

Fluent in written & spoken English including technical/commercial/ contractual writing.

Computer literate with familiarity of major software's related to data handling.

Awareness and knowledge of the Onshore/Offshore oil & gas EPC contracting industry

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