For our international Client, a highly respectful construction company we seek to appoint a Quality Manager for the purpose of a road project execution. As the Contract Manager you will be the representative of the project and have the overall responsibility for overseeing the project from the start through to completion and ensuring that work is completed on time and within its budget. You will be the first point of contact for members of the public, clients, site managers and sub-contractors for as long as the contract lasts. Health and safety issues will be a top priority in this role, as will managing client expectations. You could see yourself negotiating sub-contract orders and monitoring sub-contractors, planning critical dates, or organising labour. You would also be responsible for agreeing extra work to be done on a contract, helping to resolve any disputes which come up, and identifying areas for improvement in your company’s contracting processes.
Implementation of contract with client including monthly report.
Preparation contracts for subcontractors including task analysis, request for offers and comparative, including financial control
of works done later by subcontractors.
Preparation and control of schedules both with client and subcontractors.
Preparation and control of financial forecast and objectives.
Consultancy over the risks and opportunities of the contracts.
Support to the Project Manager.
Reporting to the Contract Director.
Supervising the performance of the contract management team to ensure quality and timeliness in delivery.
Preparing tender / bid evaluations and recommendations in coordination with the commercial managers, quantity surveyors and construction managers.
Preparation of contractual reports and guidance.
Provide claims analysis and recommendation to the client.
Reviewing and managing consultant?s contracts.
Establishing and maintaining consistent and adequate administration procedures.
Identifying, documenting and coordinating with the construction managers to resolve potential issues.
Analysing information, reporting and recommendations.
Participating in all change order negotiations.
Preparing, as required, contractual variations for each potential change.
Contracts administration including drafting of all contractual correspondences on behalf of the client at supervision stage.
Ensuring that all stakeholders, such as administration, operations, and finance understand and adhere to contractual obligations; and reflecting them accurately in forecast.
Client facing and leading commercial meetings.
Knowledge, skills and experience
Min. B.S. in Civil Engineering
Minimum 10 years experience working on major Roads & Highway projects
Minimum 5 Years experience as Contract Manager or Contact Director
Fluency in English