Contracts Administrator

Date: 10-Jan-2021

Location: Pilbara Region, WA, AU

Company: Civmec

About the Company

 

Civmec is an integrated multi-disciplinary heavy engineering and construction provider to the metals and minerals, oil and gas, infrastructure, as well as marine and defence markets. Our diversification enables us to operate extensively across the nation.

The Opportunity

 

Civmec are in search of an experienced Contract Administrator to assist in the successful delivery of an existing project.  This  role will allow the candidate to form part of our existing project team and continue to ensure the successful  delivery of a major Construction Project. 

 

The successful candidate will report into project commercial and play a critical part in supporting the project teams effective management of our relationship with the client and subcontractors.

 

You will already have construction experience in delivering major projects with an established record of successful commercial outcomes that focus on contract compliance and relationship optimisation.

Duties and Responsibilities

 

Provide leadership and manage all aspects of the project commercial and contract functions, including but not limited to:

  • Assist project team in the formation and notification of variations and daywork claims;
  • Attend weekly site meetings representing Civmec’s commercial interests;
  • Advise client and relevant parties of notices of delay, extensions of time, subcontracts and or supplier agreements required for the project;
  • Provide support to the project team in the preparation of relevant notices within designated timeframes
  • Update and maintain notices of delay and extensions of time registers;
  • Notify clients of any issues, special circumstances or breaches of contract;
  • Liaise with subcontractors to ensure all relevant insurances are current and legal (i.e. workers compensation)
  • Prepare contracts for suppliers and subcontractors highlighting relevant issues specific to the project;
  • Revise and retain contract registers highlighting payment conditions;
  • Maintain company standards for Quality Assurance purposes;
  • Present neat documentation, correspondence and records as requested;
  • Provide accurate daily, weekly and monthly reports as required;

About You

 

Your experience should include the following:

  • Tertiary Qualification in Law, Construction Management, Quantity Surveying (or similar field) is desired but not necessary.
  • Minimum 2-3 years’ experience in a similar role’;
  • Previous experience within the construction industry is essential;
  • Strong, clear and effective communication skills, both written and verbal;
  • Strong understanding of commercial management and project controls

Civmec + You

 

At Civmec, we offer an inclusive workplace with a ‘Never Assume’ culture, sustained by our experienced and supportive management team. Our Reward and Recognition program acknowledges our employees’ achievements and contributions to Civmec’s success. Staff employment benefits start with income protection, and go on to include access to novated leasing, and offers from our corporate partners such as health insurance and holiday travel discounts.

How to Apply

 

If you feel this role is for you, please click the “Apply” link to start your application. We look forward to hearing from you and starting the pathway to your career with Civmec.

Civmec is an equal opportunity employer, and encourages applications from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.
We respectfully request no agency submissions

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