Mechanical Quantity Surveyor

  • Anywhere

A Mechanical Quantity Surveyor is required to join one of Irelands biggest M&E contractors in Cork. The successful Mechanical Quantity Surveyor must have over 10 years’ experience working on Mechanical process and Pharmaceutical projects.



  • €50M – €200M Multiple Data Centres for a variety of multinational clients
  • Multiple Hospitals & healthcare projects
  • €50M University buildings




  • Degree in Quantity Surveying or equivalent
  • Minimum of 10 years of professional experience working as a Quantity Surveyor.
  • This company has an excellent culture where staff are rewarded and supported in a positive and open working environment.  
  • The ideal Quantity Surveyor will have a positive attitude and enjoy leading a team.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with Client Representatives to support the activities and maintain positive relations on behalf of the contractor.
  • Attend regular site meetings as a representative of the company and communicate effectively to keep all up-to-date on project development status whilst also tracking and resolving issues
  • Proven track record in dealing with Subcontractors and Clients in relation to Valuations, Variations, Final Accounts and cost reporting
  • Must have experience in providing leadership, motivation and mentoring to Quantity Surveyors
  • Computer literate in Microsoft Office and other Quantity Surveying Packages
  • Ideally have a proven track record working on Commercial / Industrial projects



  • Salary circa €80K – €90K doe
  • Annual Bonus
  • Company car
  • Healthcare
  • Very advanced in Virtual meetings and working from home opportunities
  • Detailed benefits package available on application


If you are a Quantity Surveyor looking for your next career move, please send your cv or call Gearoid Hughes for a confidential discussion. We will not send your cv to any client without your permission.  We also have many other roles for Mechanical Building Services Engineers and Electrical Engineers across Ireland.