Quantity Surveyor - Rail

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We have set out to be the market leader in technology and connectivity integration across UK infrastructure.

We will draw upon our core values and out-perform others, delivering excellence through customer responsiveness, collaboration, and innovation.

In doing so we will create a sustainable future for our people and our customers, reshaping and influencing the industries we operate in.

Working in partnership with our customer we intend to achieve the extraordinary.



We have an exciting and unique opportunity for a Quantity Surveyor to join our team in Sheffield.

You will support the Commercial Manager in all aspects of commercial administration, reporting and control as part of the LNE CP6 S&T Framework. Supporting with the pre-contract and post-contract design and build multi-discipline rail projects from concept to completion and up to the end of defects liability, building a positive working relationship with all stakeholders.

As a Quantity Surveyor, you will be a key member of the commercial team delivering major multidisciplinary projects and company commercial objectives. You will demonstrate the ability to understand the scope of works and assess the risks of individual projects.

You will negotiate terms and conditions with clients and supply chain successfully in accordance with Commercial Governance and Delegated Levels of Authority whilst ensuring all commercial and financial governance is complied with and monitored.

The successful candidate will effectively optimise contract turnover and profitability for all contracts, prepare budgets, forecasts, business plans and KPI reports.

You will regularly engage with clients and supply chains, establishing and maintaining strong working relationships and where necessary, assist and advise on commercial decisions. You will attend/chair commercial meetings both internally and with clients and make positive contributions to overall commercial management.

A successful candidate will act in accordance with the requirements of Linbrooke Services HSEQ policies and the Health & Safety at Work Act are adhered to and encouraged at all times.



  • Previous experience within the Rial and Civils construction sector
  • Degree qualified in Quantity Surveying and/ or Construction Law
  • Minimum of 2 years’ Quantity Surveying experience
  • Excellent communication and negotiation skills
  • Experience in interpreting contract/contractual terms
  • Good working knowledge of industry-standard forms of contract, in particular, the Network Rail suite
  • Work collaboratively and uses influence to gain results
  • Presents a professional image and promotes the Linbrooke brand
  • Show initiative in resolving problems
  • Understands and seeks to minimise waste in resources and processes
  • Value for money mentality
  • Takes a balanced view on decisions made, considering long term impact/ consequences
  • Full driving licence
  • Highly competent in the suite of Microsoft Office (365, Excel, Word, SharePoint, PowerPoint etc.)




All employees must be able to speak the English language with fluency with good oral and written skills. Fluency relates to a person's language proficiency and their ability to speak with confidence and accuracy, using accurate sentence structures and vocabulary. For those whose first language is a signed language, all reasonable adjustments will be made.

Comply at all times with the requirements of Linbrooke Services’ HSEQ policies and in accordance with the Health & Safety at Work Act. Delivery of all work in accordance with Linbrooke Services’ quality procedures and customer standards and specifications. Support the business during quality audits and demonstrate compliance.


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