Role for Contract Manager GTS Labour hire and construction
The Contract Manager will negotiate and manage all the contracts for our client. They must ensure that the their business signs beneficial deals. You will need to understand the requirements of the contracts or agreement they are entering and advise them on how to get the most favorable terms and conditions.
Ideally suited for someone who has vast knowledge in building and construction trades and can use their previous experience
Role and responsibilities of the Contract Manager to include;
Developing and maintain relationships with independent contractors, vendors, suppliers and customers.
Creating standard contracts that the company can use in its dealings with internal and external partners.
Studying the requirements, duties and obligations of the company under contracts to ensure alignment with the company’s goals and industry regulations.
Supervising contract execution to ensure compliance with regulatory guidelines.
Researching business partners and their history prior to writing or signing contracts.
Monitoring the implementation and performance of signed contracts.
Training, supervising and managing the contract team.
Maintaining, updating and improving contractual records.
Exceptional negotiation, persuasion and judgment skills.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
In-depth knowledge of the company’s core industry, policies, procedures and objectives.
Leadership and management skills.
Strong presentation skills.
Attention to detail, thoroughness and mathematical abilities.
To set up programmes to keep all parties informed on a project.
Good understanding of structural works.
Work towards early completion on all projects.
To work to minimise waste and enhance profit at all times.
To efficiently manage allocation of labour.
To focus, plan and prioritise with attention to detail.
To work on own initiative and to instructions.
To take responsibility for the accurate completion of the project control sheet and valuations for each project.
To develop, record and seek to continually improve procedures.
To identify potential and nurture for succession.
Knowledge of Construction Health and Safety Regulations.
SMSTS essential and NVQ6 qualifications preferred.
CIOB status preferred.
CSCS Manager or higher-level pass and card must be held.
Job Types: Full-time, Contract, Permanent
Salary: £50,000.00-£60,000.00 per year