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Quantity Surveyor

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Location Williston, North Dakota Salary US$50 - US$70 per hour + 0
Sector Midstream, Engineering, Procurement, Construction & Manufacturing (EPCM) Type Contract

My client, an midstream Oil and Gas Company is currently experiencing substantial growth and is looking for a Senior Quantity Surveyor to join their team located in Williston, North Dakota. This is an 6 month contract with great potential to extend after.

The Senior Quantity Surveyor/Analyst will be responsible for assisting Project Management and the Project Controls lead on cost management, earned value and value engineering, scheduling and forecasting.

These projects include well-pad tie-ins, pipeline interconnections, storage and booster pumps, compression, SCADA, and gathering system debottlenecking on crude, fresh water, gas and salt water systems.

Core Responsibilities include:

  • Assist Project Management, Project Controls, and Construction Management in validation of physical progress and preparation of routine reports.
  • Interface with field-based engineers, materials management, and construction management personnel to assess project execution risks and mitigation's. Validate and reconcile project progress
  • Support project teams to develop and manage realistic execution plans
  • Communicate and elevate project related issues in a timely, proactive manner
  • Champion and drive Change Management
  • Assist with development of procedures for various project control activities including project set-up, monitoring, and control
  • Assist with evaluating changes to project execution plan, including re-forecasting due to updates to scope and schedules
  • Ensure full integration between the estimating, cost control, planning/scheduling, and risk management functions within projects.

Key Requirements:

  • Minimum of 5 years' experience in heavy industrial construction and/or maintenance, preferably in the oil/gas/petrochemicals industries
  • Minimum of five years' experience in project controls (planning, scheduling, reporting and validating physical progress, and/or utilization of earned value systems.
  • Strong knowledge of multi-disciplinary EPC workflow and processes
  • Experience with project economics and earned value engineering are required

Location: Williston, North Dakota

Schedule: Monday - Friday - 40 hours per week

Contract Length: 6 months with great possibility for extension

If you have the relevant experience for the position apply with your most recent resume and I will contact you by phone.

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