Quantity Surveying Degree Apprenticeship – (Prenton)


Apprenticeship summary

Throughout your course you’ll see how your studies relate to significant project milestones, building the foundations of your career as a QS. Our programme brings learning and earning together. Not only will you study towards a nationally recognised qualification, but you’ll also earn a competitive salary, gain invaluable knowledge and experience.

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Closing date: March 10, 2024

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Date posted:
January 24, 2024
Possible start date:
April 26, 2024
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The Quantity Surveying (QS) Team is responsible for; 

  • Delivering commercial support, expertise and knowledge from Contract Award stage through to the conclusion of the Final Account for a portfolio of Distribution and Transmission network engineering and construction projects.
  • We’re involved in a variety of exciting projects such as the multi-million-pound investment in our electricity transmission network across Ayrshire to support green energy solutions such as electric vehicles (EV’s) and heat pumps.

As a QS Graduate Apprentice, you’ll be a key member of the team, playing a vital role assisting in the delivery of fundamental QS activities that will support your studies and develop your experience. You’ll have the opportunity to be involved in multiple tasks such as assessing monthly contractor measures (payment applications), commercial evaluations of project variations and contact and tender reviews. You’ll enhance your stakeholder engagement skills during commercial meetings with a wide variety of stakeholders. Whatever you’re doing, you’ll be helping us build a more resilient and sustainable network for our customers, communities and stakeholders. 

If you live in England/Wales, you’ll do a BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying Degree Apprenticeship at Liverpool John Moores University. 

On completion of your programme, you’ll continue your development and you’ll be ready to become a Quantity Surveyor, with a starting salary of £39,240.

You’ll be ready to become a First Line Support Engineering with a starting salary of £37,381.



Our energy landscape is going through a time of profound change. A challenge touching every part of our society, we need to eradicate carbon emissions to halt the effects of climate change. We need to change how we live our lives and replace the use of fossil fuels for transport and heat. Electricity will be at the heart of the solution, through electric vehicles and heat pumps. And with more renewables generation and other technologies connected to the electricity grid than ever before, it’s our role to make sure we create a more efficient, cleaner, greener network to accommodate this increase in demand. Within SP Energy Networks, we are focusing on harnessing technology and innovation to create the networks of the future. With distribution networks designed for predictable, stable demand, it’s vital we upgrade our network to create the flexibility required to cope with the extensive changes to electricity demand, generation, and consumer behaviour. Through technology and innovation, we will enable a consumer-led revolution in the use and operation of our system. It will undergo the biggest changes to its design and operation for over half a century; and you can be part of it. We know people are central to building a better future, quicker, and we need talented, hardworking and flexible people to join us.


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Construction quantity surveyor (degree) (level 6)