Senior Contracts Manager
at Kingston and Stanley in
Job highlightsPosted on October 2, 2013
THE ROLE Reporting to the KBR Commercial Manager and responsible for managing the contracts management of project sites.
MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES Management of the commercial aspects of executing the programme management consultant's role on a major programme of infrastructure development works Interface with other teams to meet overall program deliverables Assists in the development of the contracts and procurement strategy, standards, policies, procedures and best practices Establishing and maintaining procedures for award and administration of Project contracts Manages and provides support to the contracts management team to ensure that they meet the Project objectives by establishing contracts and securing materials, equipment and related services on time and within budget, in an ethical manner at all times, in accordance with procedures Manages the monitoring and reporting of contracts administration performance by Consultants, Construction Supervisors and Contractors. EXPERIENCE, SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE Sound knowledge of the contract administration aspects of major civil & infrastructure projects including roads, bridges and utilities with experience in procurement and contract administration Experience in managing large teams of up to 15 people Experienced user of MS Office and project management software Undergraduate degree or membership of a recognised International Professional Body e.g. MRICS 15 years post graduate experience Experience in international contracting mechanisms e.g. FIDIC Fluency in English language both written and spoken COMPETENCIES Leadership and team management Commercial Awareness Accepts Responsibility Team player Strong interpersonal & communication skills Strong customer focus
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