💼 Job

Quantity Surveying Graduate Scheme

💼 Graduate Job


🤑 £28.5k
Rolling basis


Quantity surveyors are at the heart of London's growth, transforming our infrastructure. We need the next generation of quantity surveyors to develop solutions for the London’s challenges, from mass urbanisation to diminishing resources. You'll work with internal and external stakeholders to ensure value for money is being achieved. 


As a quantity surveyor, you’ll work within a project team to upgrade our infrastructure (which dates back to 1863), whilst ensuring we deliver an efficient service. As we look to modernise our assets, you'll be involved in projects which extend our network, improve our station capacity, purchase new trains and buses to enhance customer experience, improve the reliability of the network via technology updates, reduce times between services and developing new entrances in stations to reduce congestion and support London’s population. 


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Area of Responsibilities

Construction & Surveying


As a graduate, your three-year development programme will be made up of up to six placement rotations. Our aim is to equip you with the range of skills and experience you need for your successful career. We also understand that everyone’s career is different, so every graduate’s journey is unique. Here’s an idea of what yours could look like: Placement 1 - Road Improvements - Surface Directorate - 6 months – Reviewing a feasibility report on changing a section of London Road to a pedestrian route only, creating a Cost Plan and Budget to understand if these works are a business priority, engaging an expert Engineer to check the influence of removing a road from the London network.Placement 2 - Procurement Team – Commercial and Finance Directorate - 6 months - Writing a procurement strategy for new signalling equipment on the Metropolitan Line, undertaking early market engagement and checking what technology improvements are available, writing an ‘invitation to tender’, commencing a procurement and advertising the worksPlacement 3 - Accessibility Programme – 6 months – Reviewing and negotiating change via Contract Admin. Reviewing and approving month applications. Cost reporting and forecastingPlacement 4 - Track Maintenance – Operations Directorate - 6 months - Reviewing a train requirement after technical inspection, placing an order to repair a part/section of track on our network, paying a Contractor who has completed the works or repairs
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You must already hold or be on track to achieve a minimum of 2:2 in Quantity Surveying or equivalent accredited by RICS or a RICS accredited Quantity Surveying post grad diploma.
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Education requirements

2:1 or Higher