Senior Quantity Surveyors – Canada

Job Description

Senior Quantity Surveyors – Canada


Hiring Company:

Our client, an employee-owned international construction and infrastructure leader with a multi-billion-dollar portfolio, seeks experienced Senior Quantity Surveyors with a minimum of 5 years’ experience in Quantity Surveying with Irish/UK Building and/or Civil Engineering Main Contractors.



Positions available in various offices across Canada, including Calgary, Toronto, Edmonton, Kelowna, Vancouver and Montréal.


Job Description:

Manage construction project finances, including cost estimation, contract administration, and budget control. Identify cost-saving opportunities, negotiate contracts, and ensure compliance with regulations. Collaborate with teams, build client relationships



  • Cost Estimation: Create precise cost estimates for construction projects.
  • Contract Management: Administer contracts and negotiate terms.
  • Cost Control: Monitor budgets and control expenses throughout projects.
  • Value Engineering: Identify cost-saving opportunities without compromising quality.
  • Variation Orders: Manage contract variations and negotiations.
  • Procurement: Coordinate subcontractor and supplier selection.
  • Financial Reporting: Prepare and present financial reports.
  • Risk Management: Identify and mitigate potential risks.
  • Quality Assurance: Ensure work meets quality standards and regulations.
  • Team Collaboration: Work with project managers, engineers, and stakeholders.
  • Client Relationships: Build strong client, subcontractor, and supplier relationships.
  • Regulatory Compliance: Ensure compliance with local and national regulations.
  • Cost Benchmarking: Stay updated on industry trends and cost benchmarks.



  • Degree Quantity Surveying, Construction Management, or related field.
  • 5+ years Quantity Surveying experience.
  • Experience with Irish/UK Building/Civil Engineering Contractors.
  • Proficiency in cost management tools and a range of computer software applications.
  • Strong negotiation, communication, and leadership skills.
  • Ability to work independently and in teams.
  • Mathematical aptitude and strong analytical abilities.
  • Relevant Certification/Membership (e.g., RICS) is advantageous.
  • Willingness to relocate to Canada for the medium to long term.


Relocation Package:

  • Full support for you and/or your family, including visas.
  • Dedicated transition team for a seamless move.
  • Competitive salary, annual reviews, and ownership opportunities.
  • Profit-sharing and performance-related bonuses.
  • Family health and dental insurance.


About Us:

  • Established in 2004, Alpine Recruitment Group is a dedicated recruitment solutions business with offices in Ireland and the United Kingdom.
  • We offer our services in permanent, temporary, contract and executive recruitment.
  • We are the partner of choice for leading main contractors, developers, and consultants in Ireland & overseas.
  • Our team of consultants with industry backgrounds treat career-seeking candidates with the same high service as our clients.
  • We aim to develop authentic business partnerships that extend past the initial recruitment process.
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  • Salary Competitive Salary and Comprehensive Relocation Packages
  • Location International
  • Contract Full Time
  • Last update 18 June 2024
  • Job Ref ARCAD02

Alpine Recruitment Group