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Contract Specialist

Job Title: Contract Specialist
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Perth, Australia
Industry:
Salary: Competitive
Start Date: 2019-02-08
Reference: BH-99214
Contact Name: Simone Hendley
Contact Email: simone.hendley@nesgt.com
Job Published: February 08, 2019 06:32

Job Description

Contract Specialist - Logistics Portfolio focus of Logistics (Marine and Aviation) and the complimentary supply chain across a multi-faceted asset profile.


Key responsibilities include:

* Ensuring contractor selection, award and post award performance management processes drive optimal HSSE, Quality, Technical and Commercial performance.

* Working in collaboration with the contractors, suppliers & internal functional stakeholders to ensure the development and implementation of strategies to optimise value creation, control and safety management in support of the Asset Operating Plan.

* Applying well-defined Contracts and Procurements processes under limited supervision and in compliance with Contracts and Procurements Standards.

* Proposing and developing more complex tactical strategies for upcoming activities and projects.

* Leveraging Global Shared Services & Framework Agreements to provide responsive and cost effective procurement services.

* Supporting Contract Holders in managing Contractor’s performance and driving commerciality and competitiveness across assigned contracts portfolio.

* Conducting all Contracts and Procurements activities in accordance with the relevant Contracting Policy and Standards 



Criteria:

* End to end contract management experience will be essential in this role as you will be accountable for preparing and managing the creation of the service & commodity contracts which include spend analysis, development of cost models and consumption profiles.

* 5+ years’ experience in the contracting of goods and services with: Deep experience in managing a range of Logistical and supply contracts. This includes Marine, Aviation and Supplybase contracts. 

* Understands the influence of good CP practice on value creation, control and safety performance.

* Interacts confidently with peers internally and externally with representatives of suppliers and contractors.

* Developing confidence in making presentations internally and participating in external negotiations.

* Understands Contracts and Procurements Standards and applies well-defined Contracts and Procurements processes and can deal with routine deviations and amendments. 

* Educated to degree level; preferable that candidate either has or is studying for membership of a relevant professional body (e.g. MCIPS, CPSM, MIIAPS).