Quantity Surveyors earn an average salary of £33,864 or £15.13 per hour, with bonus and profit-sharing up to £1,953 and £980 respectively.
Pay by Experience Level for Quantity Surveyors
The entry-level, years of experience and the average salary for Quantity Surveyors are as follow:
Entry-level Quantity Surveyors with less than one year experience earn £23,994 (bonus, overtime pay and tips are included).
Early-career Quantity Surveyors with 1-4 years of experience, can expect to earn £30,262.
Mid-career Quantity Surveyors with 5-9 years of experience will pocket £36,762.
Experienced Quantity Surveyors with 10-19 years of experience will make £42,353.
Late career Quantity Surveyors with more than twenty years experience can look forward to a total average of £46,452 compensation.
Essential Skills for Quantity Surveyors
Commercial, Contract Management, Construction Estimating, Procurement and Contract Negotiation are some of the most popular skills for Quantity Surveyors.
How Become a Quantity Surveyor?
The standard route to becoming a Quantity Surveyor is through a formal industry training course which includes work experience and on-the-job training. Alternatively, many holders of a particular qualification may have chosen to undertake a degree in surveying.
What Do Quantity Surveyors Do?
Quantity Surveyors perform data collection, recording, analysis, research and information collection tasks for a range of employers including educational institutions, health organizations, political parties, and various governmental bodies.
The role of the surveyor is to collect data through surveys and tabulations and record the results. The surveyor can interpret data, perform statistical analysis, and write reports on the results of investigations.