MCS Group has been retained to search for a Qualified Quantity Surveyor for a well-established and large company based in Belfast. This company prides itself on employee retention and recently has seen their employee workforce expand by 31% in the past year!Due to an ever expanding growth in Business they are looking to gain the services of a CIVIL QUANTITY SURVEYOR .The RoleThis role is primarily based in NI, this role will involve site visits some of which will be in ROI and UK. The main projects will be roads based. This is an exciting role to join a well-established market leader with the opportunity to progress your career to new heights.The Person You will be educated to Degree level within a relevant discipline. Preference will be given to candidates who have 5+ years’ experience in a similar role. Salary £30,000 - £40,000 (dependent upon experience)Choice of Car or Car allowanceGood annual leave entitlements and Benefits PackageEssential CriteriaDegree in relevant discipline (Quantity Surveying, Building or Construction)4 years’ experience in similar areaDesirable CriteriaRegistered as Chartered QSTo speak in absolute confidence about this opportunity please contact Rory Bonnar Specialist Recruitment Consultant at MCS Group on 028 9023 5456 or send an up to date CV via the link provided. MCS Group is a specialist consultancy focusing on IT & Engineering careers. If this position is not right for you, we may have others that are. Please visit www.mcsgroup.jobs to view a wide selection of our current jobs.To discuss your specific career ambitions, please do not hesitate to contact us on 028 9023 5456 or alternatively just send your details and we will get in touch. All conversations will be treated in the strictest of confidence. Also, please feel free to join our Facebook page at MCSGroupNI or you can follow us on Twitter @MCSGroupBelfast for updates on the latest jobs and market information.
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