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Commercial Maintenance Contracts Coordinator

Job Title: Commercial Maintenance Contracts Coordinator
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Lincolnshire, England
Industry:
Salary: £30 - £32 per annum
Start Date: 2018-05-30
Reference: BH-80839-1
Contact Name: Clarke Woollam
Contact Email: clarke.woollam@nesgt.com
Job Published: May 18, 2018 14:22

Job Description

Commercial Contracts Coordinator 

Contract upto September 2019.

This is an exciting site based opportunity working on a large Petrochemical facility as part of the client team. The role is to manage and co-ordinate service contracts, liaising and negotiating directly with clients and contractors. The successful candidate will have a high level of experience in issuing and responding to tenders.  

The position is a long term contract and our client is looking for the right candidate to start as soon as possible.

Key Responsibilities Include:


    • Recommend the most cost efficient contract strategy based upon the scope of work and the environment in which the works will be carried out.

    • Liaise with Category Managers and obtain approval for the contract strategy.

    • Produce tender for enquiry incorporating the technical scope supplied by Technical Team (Engineers / Planners)

    • Coordinate the client’s response to tender queries raised by contractor via Ariba system.

    • Coordinate and minute tender clarification meetings.

    • Perform commercial evaluation of tenders and organise pre tender forum meetings.

    • Lead contract negotiations.

    • Produce the necessary documents for inclusion in the Purchase Order.

    • Administration and filing duties with respect to T&I contracts.

    • Evaluate claims for additional works and delays.

    • Agree in advance labour and plant levels mobilised to site.

    • Where necessary complete contract audits.

    • Maintain a record of cost expended to date and Final Estimated Cost (FEC)

    • Contract closure following completion of works, resolving all disputes & claims.

    • Complete Suppler Evaluation Tool (SET) in conjunction with the relevant Technical Team (Engineers / Planners)



Accountabilities: 


    • Ensure all purchasing activities comply with the companies Group procedures/rules.

    • Ensure Group Purchasing practices and legal requirements are adhered to.

    • Ensure technical specifications are maintained.

    • Ensure Health & Safety requirements are maintained.

    • Maintain time-scales.

    • Analytical Ability and communication skills. 



Essential Experience


    • Candidates must have a minimum of 5 years commercial background.