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Contracts Manager

Permanent

£85,000 + Commission + Package

Thames Valley & London

Our client has been operating in the Thames valley for over 20 years and growing from strength to strength. They have a particular focus on building long-term client relationships, bold creativity and industry leading safety processes.


As a Contracts Manager, you will be the driving force behind their “Holy Trinity” of Project Management, Design Management, and Commercial Management. You will manage projects valued at £5-8 million annually, with individual project values ranging from £200,000 to £500,000. Your role will adapt based on the size and complexity of each project.



Key Responsibilities:

  • Health & Safety: Ensure the highest health and safety standards across all sites, adhering to all relevant legislation, regulations, policies, and quality assurance standards.

  • Client Representation: Act as the primary point of contact for clients, consistently representing the company positively and understanding stakeholder requirements.

  • Project Strategy: Lead project strategies, including careful planning, commercial propositions, and program activities.

  • Site Visits: Conduct weekly site visits to oversee progress and compliance.

  • Project Programming: Develop and agree on detailed project programs with all stakeholders, including critical path analysis and construction programs.

  • Contract Management: Apply proficient understanding of contract forms, especially the JCT suite, and ensure all contractual notices are issued correctly.

  • Site Setup: Ensure sites are set up to company standards, including presentation, branding, and cleanliness.

  • Design Review: Lead design review meetings and drive improvements with internal teams, suppliers, and clients.

  • Stakeholder & Risk Management: Develop strategies for stakeholder analysis, project risks, and procurement schedules.

  • Quality Control: Manage the quality control process, ensuring all work meets contract specifications.

  • Team Management: Oversee the project team, including design, contract administration, finance, and site teams.

  • Meetings: Plan and hold contract kick-off meetings, issuing minutes and close-out actions.

  • Commercial Success: Aim to achieve and improve the booked profit margin by 3%, exploring all opportunities for commercial success.

  • Procurement: Align procurement strategy with the program and ensure best value, with clear contract terms for suppliers.

  • Change Management: Capture and communicate all change events, ensuring recovery of additional sums and issuing necessary documentation.

  • Project Delivery: Ensure projects are delivered on time, communicate progress, manage slippage, and report risks.

  • Cost Reporting: Maintain up-to-date internal and external project cost reports, issuing detailed reports bi-weekly.

  • Invoicing: Keep client invoicing current, adjusting stage payments as needed, and scrutinize and approve supplier invoices timely.

  • Project Completion: Issue Practical Completion certificates and client final accounts, leading post-project activities and feedback processes.

  • Client Relations: Maintain ongoing relationships with clients and communicate opportunities to Account Managers.

  • Site Manager Oversight: Ensure Site Managers complete their required activities and provide training and guidance to Freelance Site Managers.

  • Reporting: Issue weekly client reports and manage the RFI and technical submittals processes.

  • Multi-Project Management: Successfully deliver multiple projects simultaneously.



Experience Required:

  • Proven experience in managing projects valued between £5-8 million per year.

  • Strong understanding of Health & Safety legislation and QA standards.

  • Experience with JCT suite of contracts and contract management.

  • Demonstrated ability to lead project strategy and manage stakeholder requirements.

  • Proficiency in developing detailed project and construction programs.

  • Strong leadership and team management skills.

  • Excellent communication and client relationship management abilities.

  • Experience in procurement, cost reporting, and managing change events.

  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.

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Keith Dickson

is the consultant managing this role

A seasoned recruiter with a decade of experience in offshore wind, semiconductor, pharmaceutical, and data centre sectors, is driven by a passion for construction and engineering, inspired by his father's career in Quantity Surveying. Balancing professional excellence with family life, Keith is also an avid rugby player, football fan and music enthusiast. Now at Granite, he leverages his expertise in the Design & Build market, strengthening industry relationships.

Contracts Manager

Permanent

£85,000 + Commission + Package

Thames Valley & London

Our client has been operating in the Thames valley for over 20 years and growing from strength to strength. They have a particular focus on building long-term client relationships, bold creativity and industry leading safety processes.


As a Contracts Manager, you will be the driving force behind their “Holy Trinity” of Project Management, Design Management, and Commercial Management. You will manage projects valued at £5-8 million annually, with individual project values ranging from £200,000 to £500,000. Your role will adapt based on the size and complexity of each project.



Key Responsibilities:

  • Health & Safety: Ensure the highest health and safety standards across all sites, adhering to all relevant legislation, regulations, policies, and quality assurance standards.

  • Client Representation: Act as the primary point of contact for clients, consistently representing the company positively and understanding stakeholder requirements.

  • Project Strategy: Lead project strategies, including careful planning, commercial propositions, and program activities.

  • Site Visits: Conduct weekly site visits to oversee progress and compliance.

  • Project Programming: Develop and agree on detailed project programs with all stakeholders, including critical path analysis and construction programs.

  • Contract Management: Apply proficient understanding of contract forms, especially the JCT suite, and ensure all contractual notices are issued correctly.

  • Site Setup: Ensure sites are set up to company standards, including presentation, branding, and cleanliness.

  • Design Review: Lead design review meetings and drive improvements with internal teams, suppliers, and clients.

  • Stakeholder & Risk Management: Develop strategies for stakeholder analysis, project risks, and procurement schedules.

  • Quality Control: Manage the quality control process, ensuring all work meets contract specifications.

  • Team Management: Oversee the project team, including design, contract administration, finance, and site teams.

  • Meetings: Plan and hold contract kick-off meetings, issuing minutes and close-out actions.

  • Commercial Success: Aim to achieve and improve the booked profit margin by 3%, exploring all opportunities for commercial success.

  • Procurement: Align procurement strategy with the program and ensure best value, with clear contract terms for suppliers.

  • Change Management: Capture and communicate all change events, ensuring recovery of additional sums and issuing necessary documentation.

  • Project Delivery: Ensure projects are delivered on time, communicate progress, manage slippage, and report risks.

  • Cost Reporting: Maintain up-to-date internal and external project cost reports, issuing detailed reports bi-weekly.

  • Invoicing: Keep client invoicing current, adjusting stage payments as needed, and scrutinize and approve supplier invoices timely.

  • Project Completion: Issue Practical Completion certificates and client final accounts, leading post-project activities and feedback processes.

  • Client Relations: Maintain ongoing relationships with clients and communicate opportunities to Account Managers.

  • Site Manager Oversight: Ensure Site Managers complete their required activities and provide training and guidance to Freelance Site Managers.

  • Reporting: Issue weekly client reports and manage the RFI and technical submittals processes.

  • Multi-Project Management: Successfully deliver multiple projects simultaneously.



Experience Required:

  • Proven experience in managing projects valued between £5-8 million per year.

  • Strong understanding of Health & Safety legislation and QA standards.

  • Experience with JCT suite of contracts and contract management.

  • Demonstrated ability to lead project strategy and manage stakeholder requirements.

  • Proficiency in developing detailed project and construction programs.

  • Strong leadership and team management skills.

  • Excellent communication and client relationship management abilities.

  • Experience in procurement, cost reporting, and managing change events.

  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.

APPLY NOW FOR THIS ROLE BELOW

Keith Dickson

is the consultant managing this role

A seasoned recruiter with a decade of experience in offshore wind, semiconductor, pharmaceutical, and data centre sectors, is driven by a passion for construction and engineering, inspired by his father's career in Quantity Surveying. Balancing professional excellence with family life, Keith is also an avid rugby player, football fan and music enthusiast. Now at Granite, he leverages his expertise in the Design & Build market, strengthening industry relationships.

Contracts Manager

Permanent

£85,000 + Commission + Package

Thames Valley & London

Our client has been operating in the Thames valley for over 20 years and growing from strength to strength. They have a particular focus on building long-term client relationships, bold creativity and industry leading safety processes.


As a Contracts Manager, you will be the driving force behind their “Holy Trinity” of Project Management, Design Management, and Commercial Management. You will manage projects valued at £5-8 million annually, with individual project values ranging from £200,000 to £500,000. Your role will adapt based on the size and complexity of each project.



Key Responsibilities:

  • Health & Safety: Ensure the highest health and safety standards across all sites, adhering to all relevant legislation, regulations, policies, and quality assurance standards.

  • Client Representation: Act as the primary point of contact for clients, consistently representing the company positively and understanding stakeholder requirements.

  • Project Strategy: Lead project strategies, including careful planning, commercial propositions, and program activities.

  • Site Visits: Conduct weekly site visits to oversee progress and compliance.

  • Project Programming: Develop and agree on detailed project programs with all stakeholders, including critical path analysis and construction programs.

  • Contract Management: Apply proficient understanding of contract forms, especially the JCT suite, and ensure all contractual notices are issued correctly.

  • Site Setup: Ensure sites are set up to company standards, including presentation, branding, and cleanliness.

  • Design Review: Lead design review meetings and drive improvements with internal teams, suppliers, and clients.

  • Stakeholder & Risk Management: Develop strategies for stakeholder analysis, project risks, and procurement schedules.

  • Quality Control: Manage the quality control process, ensuring all work meets contract specifications.

  • Team Management: Oversee the project team, including design, contract administration, finance, and site teams.

  • Meetings: Plan and hold contract kick-off meetings, issuing minutes and close-out actions.

  • Commercial Success: Aim to achieve and improve the booked profit margin by 3%, exploring all opportunities for commercial success.

  • Procurement: Align procurement strategy with the program and ensure best value, with clear contract terms for suppliers.

  • Change Management: Capture and communicate all change events, ensuring recovery of additional sums and issuing necessary documentation.

  • Project Delivery: Ensure projects are delivered on time, communicate progress, manage slippage, and report risks.

  • Cost Reporting: Maintain up-to-date internal and external project cost reports, issuing detailed reports bi-weekly.

  • Invoicing: Keep client invoicing current, adjusting stage payments as needed, and scrutinize and approve supplier invoices timely.

  • Project Completion: Issue Practical Completion certificates and client final accounts, leading post-project activities and feedback processes.

  • Client Relations: Maintain ongoing relationships with clients and communicate opportunities to Account Managers.

  • Site Manager Oversight: Ensure Site Managers complete their required activities and provide training and guidance to Freelance Site Managers.

  • Reporting: Issue weekly client reports and manage the RFI and technical submittals processes.

  • Multi-Project Management: Successfully deliver multiple projects simultaneously.



Experience Required:

  • Proven experience in managing projects valued between £5-8 million per year.

  • Strong understanding of Health & Safety legislation and QA standards.

  • Experience with JCT suite of contracts and contract management.

  • Demonstrated ability to lead project strategy and manage stakeholder requirements.

  • Proficiency in developing detailed project and construction programs.

  • Strong leadership and team management skills.

  • Excellent communication and client relationship management abilities.

  • Experience in procurement, cost reporting, and managing change events.

  • Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously.

APPLY NOW FOR THIS ROLE BELOW

Keith Dickson

is the consultant managing this role

A seasoned recruiter with a decade of experience in offshore wind, semiconductor, pharmaceutical, and data centre sectors, is driven by a passion for construction and engineering, inspired by his father's career in Quantity Surveying. Balancing professional excellence with family life, Keith is also an avid rugby player, football fan and music enthusiast. Now at Granite, he leverages his expertise in the Design & Build market, strengthening industry relationships.

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