Quantity Surveyors

Owners and operators of the world-class Port of Nigg facility, together with strategic bases in Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Inverness, Global Energy Group are a service focused, performance driven business, offering construction, maintenance and enhancement solutions to a diverse range of energy industry customers. We are currently recruiting for dedicated and enthusiastic Quantity Surveying Graduates (with up to 3 years’ experience) to join the growing Commercial Team at our Port of Nigg offices. These roles will focus primarily on work within the Renewable and Sustainable Energy sectors. Potential flexible working requests will be considered. Expected duration will be for a period of 12 months with potential for permanent position.

Key Accountability

  • Preparation of financial reports and collation of cost data.
  • Involvement with tendering process and review of contractual documents.
  • Liaising with Project Managers to ensure regular cash flow and undertaking of any commercial related tasks.
  • Work closely with the Commercial team in all aspects of Quantity Surveying and financial reporting.
  • Liaising with clients in all Commercial related tasks.

Experience & Qualification

  • Strong communication skills with an ability to work independently or part of a project team.
  • Understanding of Contractual Conditions and ability to capture and value change. In particular NEC forms of contract.
  • Recent graduate or post graduate with up to 3 years’ experience required to work within a fast-paced environment who possess the ability to work independently and as part of a project team.
  • Proficient in MS Office in particular Excel and Word.
  • Leadership pipeline within the group to set a path for planned career progression/development.

Personal Responsibilities


  • Stop work if not in compliance with HSE standards.
  • Challenge the norm and intervene proactively with line management on any breach of HSEQ procedures or practices.
  • Request information necessary to perform the task.


  • Comply with HSE Regulatory requirements at all times.
  • Comply with site rules at all times.
  • Demonstrate through action a proactive attitude towards HSE.
  • Support through compliance our 10 Global Rules and HSE Policies.
  • Responsible for your own Health and Safety and that of others who may be affected by your work.
  • Use of Personal Protective Equipment as provided when necessary.


  • Undertake agreed training in order to provide a framework of knowledge and skills required to perform effectively in the team/department/business unit in order to demonstrate and maintain required competency in role.
  • Participate in regular reviews with relevant managers, identifying and agreeing action plans where appropriate.


  • Comply with and support the Business Management System within own scope of responsibilities and within the Company as a whole.
  • Responsible for developing, modifying and adhering to procedures and / or processes to support the System and its applications within own area of responsibilities.

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