CCI1757 - Contracts Manager - Connacht / Ulster
 

Contracts Manager Connacht / Ulster

We are seeking to recruit a Contracts Manager who will oversee multiple site teams consisting of Project Managers, Framework Manager, Site Agents, Construction Managers, Site Engineers, Site Supervisors/Foremen and sub-contractors and take responsibility for the safe and timely execution of multiple projects in accordance with budgetary, programme and quality requirements.

Responsibilities:

  • Ensuring that HSQE Management Systems and processes are adhered to, implemented and maintained.
  • Understand the Safety Statement and ensure that it is readily available on each site.
  • Define clear roles & responsibilities and deliverables to all site team members.
  • Plan, manage and deliver all contracts in a performance and fashion that epitomizes the company’s vision, strategy and values.
  • Adhere to Company Safety Standards and promote a safety culture amongst the ranks throughout the company.
  • Communicate with the clients and their representatives (engineers, surveyors, architects, etc.), including attending regular meetings to keep them informed of progress.
  • Develop and maintain departmental plan to implement department strategies, procedures and policies.
  • Manage, direct, educate and mentor technical site staff.
  • Encourage early project planning with great detail and foresight.
  • Integrate and communicate with all other departments to ensure effective and efficient delivery of all aspects of a project.
  • Ensure commercial and contractual compliance with company policies and procedures on all projects.
  • Manage, co-ordinate and contribute to the design of permanent and temporary works in an innovative, efficient and effective manner.
  • Ensure all changes to specifications, work scope and drawings are documented and that contract obligations with regard to notifications etc. are adhered to.
  • Negotiate deals with suppliers and sub-contractors for high value orders.
  • Review construction budgets and forecasts to completion and resource requirements.
  • Monitor construction productivity and investigate reasons for poor/good performance.
  • Provide recommendations and measures for improvement to operating procedures/work methods.
  • Identify business opportunities and communicate internally to ensure a proactive approach to new opportunities.
  • Develop and maintain client relationships to promote new business.
  • Carry out tendering activities as required and collaborate with the tendering & pre-qualifications department.
  • Maintain regular contact with current and past clients and be aware of regional trends with a view to identifying new work opportunities.
  • Feed information to HQ on current and completed projects as required by company procedures.
  • Monitor application of company delegated financial authorities.

Requirements:

  • Should have a degree in engineering to support your competency in the role.
  • Should maintain a Chartered Engineer Status.
  • Should be a member of the relevant Professional Institution.
  • Minimum of 10 years’ relevant experience.
Coffey Group, Athenry, Co. Galway, Ireland Tel: +353 91 844356 Fax: +353 91 844519 Email: info@coffeygroup.com