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Commercial Contracts Administrator - Aviation

Posted 24 January by Carrington West Easy Apply Ended

Our client a leading consultancy in Aviation are looking for a Commercial Contracts Administrator in Stansted

The Exciting Opportunity:

If you're an experienced Cost Commercial Consultant or an experienced Contracts Administrator, and ambitious to achieve your career potential, read on.

Join our Cost & Commercial team as a Contracts Administrator and we'll make sure you get the experience and personalised learning support you need to take your career as far as you want it to go.

We are seeking to locate a career minded Contracts Administrator working as part of the Cost & Commercial team to undertake Contract Administration duties, which will enable effective management and delivery of the programme and its sub-packages.
It is intended that the role will offer the opportunity to progress your career as your experience grows.

Our team is involved in some of the UK's most complex and stimulating projects that are diverse and technically demanding. We have an enviable reputation in the delivery of such schemes and are working closely with our blue-chip clients in the Aviation sector delivering their most important projects.

·Aviation Capital Programme

Overview of Role:
·Working as part of the Cost & Commercial team to undertake Contract Administration duties, which will enable effective management and delivery of the client's programme and it sub-packages
·Contract Administration and Management of NEC PSC and/or ECC Contracts in accordance with the contract terms and conditions, for procurement packages on the client's programme.

Your Day-to-Day:

·Using the Conject system including, but not limited to, managing the administration of: -
oContract communications, including Instructions, Early Warnings, Compensation Events, and the like and producing associated contract administration reporting
oTracking and managing contract changes in line with the Programme Management Office (PMO) processes including application of the internal Change Proposal Forms (CPFs)
oEnsuring that the necessary CPF approvals are in place in order to ensure that Client required changes are adequately supported for governance and assurance purposes
oChairing and providing minutes for Contract Administration meetings, Early Warning and Risk Reduction meetings and other meeting required in order to administer contracts
oReviewing Payment Applications, and ensuring that Valuations and Certificates are prepared as necessary
oPreparing cashflow forecasts and reconciling with budgets for the purposes of funding applications
oEnsuring that the review of programmes by the PMO meets the contract requirements
oEnsuring the work of Supervisors is properly actioned in accordance with the contract
oParticipating in and actioning the outcomes of financial audits

·Reporting to Senior PMO team members and/or clients and stakeholders
·Producing and Managing Contract cost for AFC reporting and performance reporting
·Provide advice to colleagues and / or the PMO and project team on contract related matters
·Present any project risks or issues to senior managers to ensure the project is not adversely impacted
·Liaising with external contractors and consultants, project team, Programme Management Office, Project Managers, Procurement, Finance, Cost and Commercial Managers, Client Team members, etc.
·Use own knowledge and experience, combined with research of industry best practice, to analyse existing processes and policies and both suggest and implement improvements
·Manage relationships and collaborate with clients and external stakeholders, in order to ensure client satisfaction

Experience Required:

·Procurement knowledge of construction contracts under a Principal Contractor, Designer or Consultant delivery approach.
·Knowledge of NEC form of contract and the ability to manage contract administration, including contract communications, change control, variation/compensation event assessment, valuation/certification; contract remedies and contract close.
·Working knowledge of MS Project and assessment methodologies of Contractors Programmes.
·Experienced in Monthly Cost Reporting and cost control against budget.
·An ability to develop bottom up estimates to negotiate and assure change management valuations.
·Detailed project management knowledge including programme and project management methods and practices to manage and resolve threats to delivery.
·Proven experience of managing complex customer and supplier relationships and expectations in a projects environment.

Key Qualifications / Experience Requirements
·Capable of taking a project through from inception to completion (essential)
·Bachelor's degree or equivalent in a relevant discipline (essential)
·Relevant professional qualification or chartered status (essential)
·CSCS card holder (preferable)

Highly competitive salary
Annual holiday allowance, plus the option to buy and sell
One of the best contributory pensions in the industry,
Matched pension, up to 8%
Interest free Season Ticket Loan
Annual Professional Subscription Paid
Life Assurance
Enhanced Maternity and Paternity Leave
Long Term Service Awards
Discretionary Bonus
Refer a Friend Scheme that rewards you for every successful introduction you make

Required skills

  • Commercial Contracts Administrator - Aviation

Reference: 34314124

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