Position Detail

How To Apply

  • Publish Date: 17/11/2023
  • Close Date: 31/12/2023
  • 1 Position(s)
  • Full Time
  • Phnom Penh
  • Recruitment Team
  • 092/010 - 484 535
  • [email protected]

Position: Senior Quantity Surveyor
Section: Design
Report to: Design Supervisor
Responsible for: 
Department: Engineering & Material Planning

Your Responsibilities:

We are seeking a dynamic and experienced Senior Quantity Surveyor to join our team. The Senior Quantity Surveyor will play a pivotal role in ensuring the successful execution of pre-engineering steel construction projects, managing costs, and maintaining financial control throughout the project lifecycle.

Main Accountabilities:

1. Cost Estimation:
– Conduct thorough cost estimations for pre-engineering steel construction projects, considering materials, labor, equipment, and other relevant factors.
– Collaborate with the project team to develop accurate and competitive project bids.

2. Budget Management:
– Develop and manage project budgets, ensuring alignment with client expectations and company financial goals.
– Monitor and control costs throughout the project, identifying and addressing any deviations from the budget.

3. Quantity Takeoff:
– Perform detailed quantity takeoffs from project drawings and specifications to determine the required materials and resources.
– Collaborate with engineering and design teams to ensure accurate and comprehensive quantity assessments.

4. Cost Control:
– Implement effective cost control measures to maximize project profitability.
– Regularly review project costs, identify variances, and propose corrective actions as needed.

5. Contract Administration:
– Assist in the preparation and review of contracts, ensuring that they accurately reflect the project requirements and financial terms.
– Monitor contract compliance and address any discrepancies or changes.

6. Vendor and Supplier Management:
– Collaborate with vendors and suppliers to obtain competitive pricing and negotiate favorable terms.
– Evaluate and select suppliers based on cost, quality, and reliability.

7. Risk Assessment:
– Conduct risk assessments related to cost factors, identifying potential risks and proposing mitigation strategies.
– Work closely with project teams to develop contingency plans for unforeseen events.

8. Documentation and Reporting:
– Maintain accurate and organized documentation of all cost-related activities.
– Generate regular reports for project stakeholders, highlighting cost status, forecasts, and recommendations.



  • Bachelor of Civil Engineering, Construction Management, or equivalent.
  • Proven experience in quantity surveying, preferably in the field of pre-engineering steel construction.
  • Strong knowledge of construction materials, methods, and processes.
  • Proficiency in relevant software for cost estimation and project management.
  • Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills.
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills.


  • Annual Salary Review
  • Annual Performance Bonus
  • Learning and Development
  • Lunch 
  • Coffee 
  • Private Forte Insurance Life and HNS
  • Pension Funds
  • Working Accident and Health care Insurance ( NSSF )
  • Company Events
  • Uniforms
  • Other terms and conditions follow to Company’s internal policy.