Specialist - Contracts Administration
Job Type: Not Specified
- Join our Project Management team (Construction Services)
- 12-month contract – Competitive salary + Super + Benefits
- Flexible working available
About the role
We have a few opportunities available to work as a Specialist Contract Administrator on a 12-month basis. You will provide expertise, supervision and support in contract administration in the role of Superintendent’s Representative on medium to large infrastructure projects state-wide.
You’ll be based in Leederville. It’s a lively suburb, 5 minutes from Perth’s CBD. There’s plenty of places to eat and hang out, and you’re only 5-minutes away from the nearest train station - An easy commute when you’re heading into the office
What the role will involve
- Administer Contracts from the technical, commercial and contractual point of view from beginning to end based on Contractual requirement.
- Ensure Contractor and the Principal complies with their respective contractual obligations.
- Facilitate the resolution of technical and commercial contract administration matters.
- Lead progress meetings with contractors and ensure that OSH, environmental and quality procedures are communicated, understood and followed.
- Support Water Corporation personnel undertaking OSH, environmental and quality audits on projects.
- Provide contract administration advice and support in the preparation of tender documents, if required by Contract department.
- Develop and maintain relationships with contractors, Delivery Managers, Project Directors, Project Managers, Superintendents and other Superintendent’s Representatives to efficiently deliver projects.
- Flexibility to attend worksites visits for progress meetings and site inspections.
Key skills and experience
You are an engineering professional with demonstrated contract administration experience managing contractual responsibilities on infrastructure projects.
You will be degree qualified in engineering, construction law, quantity surveying or similar. Your well-developed negotiating, influencing skills and ability to build relationship will set you up for success in this role.
Apply: If you are interested in the above opportunity please submit a covering letter and resume that best demonstrates your ability to meet the requirements of the role.
As part of the recruitment process you may be required to complete pre-employment screening which may include a medical, qualification check, police clearance and Australian working rights check.
Applications close 29th January 2023
Our commitment to a diverse and inclusive workplace:
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