QUANTITY SURVEYOR (Local Nationality)
(Please note: this position is for tendering purpose only)
Renardet is seeking to employ a Quantity Surveyor. The requirements of the position are as follows:
- He/She must be responsible for keeping a close eye on project finances and contractual relationships and reviewing of Schedule of Works and valuation of interim certificates and preparation of Quarterly Financial Appraise reports.
- He/She should make sure that the financial position of construction projects is accurately reported and controlled effectively to ensure value for money is achieved.
- He/She must be a holder of a degree in Quantity Surveyor or equivalent qualification with at least ten (10) years of working experience in cost estimation of Major Infrastructure Projects.
- She/he must have served in a similar capacity on at least two (2) offshore port projects of similar nature in the past fifteen (15) years.
- He/She must be registered as the Professional Quantity Surveyor with a recognized Professional Board.
- A team player with the ability to establish good working relationships with clients, line management and colleagues.
- Good technical, analytical and organizational, skills.
- Ethical, professional with the ability to work under own initiative.
- Flexible approach to work and the ability to prioritize and manage time effectively.
- Strong attention to detail and the ability to make good judgments.
CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR DESIGN REVIEW AND CONSTRUCTION SUPERVISION FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW LIQUID BULK TERMINAL (NEW BERTH AND TANK FARM) AT DAR ES SALAAM PORT.
Component 2: New Berths and Relocation of Product Pipelines
The berths component of the project will involve the construction of an in-harbour berthing structure and associated loading facilities capable of handling vessels between 60,000 - 80,000 DWT. It is envisaged that the facility will handle all products which are currently being handled at KOJ-1 and KOJ-2 at Dar es Salaam. The construction of the new berths shall also include relocation, reconnection and new installation of the product pipelines from Oil Market Companies (OMCs) in the vicinity of the Dar es Salaam Port