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Quantity Surveyor Jobs in Romania

​Quantity Surveyor

Quantity Surveyors advise on contractual and financial matters for construction projects. Quantity Surveyors also support other functions regarding the financing and materials required on construction projects.

In general terms, a Quantity Surveyor is expected to manage overall costs/budgets on projects as well as developing cashflow forecasts, monthly valuations, CVR reports, accruals and more. Quantity Surveyors are generally responsible for procurement and management of sub-contract packages and payments.

Romania

Romania is located in south-eastern Europe and is the twelfth largest country in Europe. In 2020 Romania had a population of just under 20 million with over half the population living in Romania’s cities, including it’s capital Bucharest. Romania is the most biogeographically diverse country in the EU and each year over 13 million tourists visit Romania keen to explore the country’s diverse landscapes, incredible architecture and beautiful scenery.

 

Energy

Romania has a broad range of energy projects underway covering everything from renewables and traditional power to transmission and distribution and up, mid and downstream projects. Romania’s future energy projects focus largely on renewable energy and should they gain planning approval, provide excellent future work opportunities. The energy landscape in Romania provides ample opportunity for candidates looking to progress or start their career in energy.

To find out more about energy jobs in Romania, take a look at our roles below.