Job Details

Senior Quantity Surveyor/ Contracts Administrator - FIFO

  • NT - Darwin
  • Permanent / Full Time
  • $150k - $180k + Super + 20% Uplift
About our Client
As a well-established multi-disciplined contractor, our client have developed a strong portfolio of clients across government and private sector clients with a reputation for reliability, efficiency and personable approach which stems from the top.
About the Opportunity
With a recent award of a $100m infrastructure project in Darwin, we are seeking a motivated Senior Quantity Surveyor / Senior Contracts Administrator to work on a FIFO roster on a project that has a 2 year program.

Skills and attributes required in this role include;
  • Tertiary Qualified (Quantity Surveying, Construction Management, Engineering etc)
  • Minimum of 8 years local (Australian) experience
  • Exposure to civil construction projects
  • Ability to prepare and manage subcontract progress payment claims, variations to subcontractors, contractual claims and final accounts etc
  • Ability to prepare monthly site and project wide financial reports
  • Prior FIFO experience advantageous
  • Willing to work FIFO 2&1 roster from QLD, NSW, VIC OR WA as point of hire
About You
Aside from the attributes above, we are seeking a well-rounded personality who has the capability to deal confidently with clients directly at times, build solid relationships with both internal and external stakeholders and have a proactive attitude that will help you assimilate to the company culture.

Subject to your experience, salary range is $150,0000 - $180,000 + Super with a site allowance of 20% applicable,

For more Information
For a confidential discussion over your suitability for this position, please contact Mike Gray on 0415 544 175 or email

All inquiries and applications will be treated in strict confidence.
About Infracon Australia
We are a Perth-based specialist engineering and construction recruitment business, providing professional placements to civil and building contractors to help drive the growth across the infrastructure, resources and construction sectors Australia-wide.