The Contract Manager is accountable for all pre and post contractual matters which include the review, drafting and negotiation of contracts, and the thorough monitoring of the performance of a contract until it's close-out in order to minimize risks and to ensure the delivery of projects on time and within budget.
Develops and reviews of EOI, RFP documentation;
Participates in Risk Reviews and provides contractual input;
Sets-up and maintains tender and contract clarification schedules;
Manages tender evaluations, clarifications and normalizations;
Ensures consistency of contractual requirements within projects;
Is involved in the procurement of consulting organisations (Architects, Consulting Engineers, Project Management organisations) and works with those organisations and local teams to devise procurement strategies, pre-qualifications, procurement of contractor entities or consortia;
Is responsible for Change Order management and administration;
Partakes in Risk & Opportunities Reviews and Risk Mitigation strategies development;
Is responsible for Contract and Procurement Status Reporting;
Develops and maintains informative dashboards;
Creates implements and manages Weekly, Monthly and Quarterly Reporting;
Ensures requirements for adequate contemporaneous records are mandated and delivered, also in conjunction with a document control system;
Ensures contract correspondence is properly managed and contractual response timelines are adhered to;
Reviews all contract correspondence, not limited to formal letters, RFI s, Engineer s Instructions, Site Records, Regular Reporting, Contractor Schedule Updates and Time Impact Analyses, Potential Claims, Notices and other;
Liaises with relevant intercompany departments, including Legal, Finance, Project Controls, as well as relevant external Stakeholders;
Administers Monthly Progress Payment Certificates and Payments for approval;
Follows up contractual and commercial close-out of projects, including claims management, DRB, Take-Over and Completion Certificates;
Works closely with Project Managers and Project Controls Leads to ensure accurate and timely reporting; and manages the contractual administration of our projects;
If the company engages Program Management Consultants, ensures that the company requirements are clear and concise, maintains oversight and control, and ensures Governance.
JOB REQUIREMENTS (skills, competencies, experience)
Fluent English is mandatory, any other language is a plus;
University Degree (B.Sc. or higher) is required. Tertiary qualification in Quantity Surveying, Engineering or Law, MRICS, MInstCES, is an advantage;
15+ years of demonstrated relevant experience in a similar role, managing complex projects;
Excellent knowledge of different kind of contracts, or service agreements, and tenderer selection process;
Proficient with Xls, MS office, Microsoft Project and Primavera;
Experience in formulating procedural and contractual workflows and in developing governance procedures;
Ability to work in a fast paced environment;
Availability to travel extensively;
Strong planning, organization, communication, negotiation and presentation skills.
VISA REQUIREMENTS (if any)
Applicants must hold one of the following passports : Germany, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Spain, Estonia, Finland, France, UK, Greece, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Hungary, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Norway, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, and Switzerland or Swiss B / C Permit.
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