Are you looking to further your career as a contract manager? Do you enjoy immersing yourself within a leadership role for a leading residential developer? Look no further, as this could be the role for you!
Main responsibilities include overseeing projects from the start through to completion, ensuring that work is completed on time and within its budget, conducting weekly reviews of progress. The role demands approving extra work to be done on a contract, helping to resolve any disputes which come up, and identifying areas for improvement in your company's contracting processes.
The role requires you to be the first point of contact for members of the public, clients, site managers and sub-contractors for as long as the contract lasts. Applying an excellent sense of commercial awareness is a must, particularly when making schedules of construction projects, overseeing, and managing production from the stage of conception to the construction phase; ensuring that the completion of the project strictly adheres with the proposed time frame.
In addition, you must establish and maintain strong working relationships with a wide range of people, including regional managers, site teams, sub-contractors, and suppliers as well as clients and stakeholders. As a team player you also need to be able to use your own initiative to make informed decisions.
Furthermore, you will be expected to prepare budgets and ensure that the completion and production of construction projects fall within budget, devising ways by which budgets can be minimised. With a high attention to detail, the role demands financial monitoring and control of the contracts, ensuring Health, Safety, Environmental and Quality compliance is maintained, and the Company's procedures and objectives are achieved.
CSCS Card Holder
First Aid Training
Good working knowledge of contract conditions, design management.
Construction-related qualification such as construction management.
Several years of professional work experience.
Provide technical understanding of construction, and apply knowledge of building codes, trade sequencing, and best construction practices.
A well-developed verbal and written communication skill, since a construction contract manager is required to work with a wide range of different people such as subcontractors, contractors, architects, and suppliers
To apply for this job please visit www.cv-library.co.uk.