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Location: United Kingdom: Gloucestershire
City / Town: Gloucester
Posted: 6 Mar 2017
Procurement/Supply Chain Manager – Nuclear New Build
A procurement/supply chain manager is required to support a nuclear new build on an interim basis. The role will be based in the South West and security clearance isn’t a preference.
Consolidating detailed procurement status and reporting to Procurement Manager
Making an interface with the client office to coordinate the progress and reporting
Responding to critical issues raised by the JPMO and finding a solution with a team
Assisting and implementing the detailed traffic and logistics program
Managing expediting priorities and in-shop inspection for related Purchase Orders
Management and administration of Bulk Materials Frame Agreements
Purchasing & Expediting support as required for permanent plant material for construction
Assisting the field procurement activities
Working with joint venture partners and sharing the information on supply chain
Monitoring the budget of the procurement and reporting to PPM
Knowledge, Skills and Academic Requirements:
Knowledge and experience working for nuclear related business
Comprehensive knowledge of project procurement execution
Enough knowledge of Supply Chain
Fluent in English for communication and documenting.
Outstanding leadership, management and communication skills.
Comprehensive computer skill including proficiency with Microsoft Office (WORD, EXCEL, POWER POINT), email (Lotus Notes), LAN & shared files, and general IT applications such as document management system, work flow system etc.
BSc Degree in Business Administration or equivalent.
Supply Chain Manager
Commercial Team Leadership
Project Contract Strategy
UK Regulatory Framework
Location: United Kingdom: Cheshire
City / Town: Warrington
Posted: 3 Mar 2017
Must have prior demonstrable experience working as a MQS and have plenty of FIDIC experience. Dynamic and can motivate a team with the Commercial Manager. The candidates must be able to articulate how they managed the people and the process in order to be successful.
The main responsibilities, working as a representative of the Client, are all aspects of commercial administration of large design and build contracts, development of solutions to commercial issues arising out of the contracts and valuing contractor’s works.
The ideal candidate will have a good working knowledge of public procurement rules and FIDIC contract conditions. The candidate will support the Project Manager by proactively managing contract commercial risks, actively participating in progress meetings and drafting correspondence.
- Develop and maintain accurate cost reporting/monitoring/forecasting for:
- Building works
- Engineering works
- Design cost/performance
- Increased cost/market trends
- Cash Flow
- Strong track record in Process / Construction projects
- Experience of package negotiation
- Computer literate with working knowledge of Word, Excel and Outlook
- Clear and concise verbal and written communication skills
- Strong analytical and logical skills
- Able to work accurately with figures
- Manage and produce/take off Bill of Quants (BoQ)
- Reports to the Commercial Manager functionally. Supports appointed Client Project Managers for each contract. Supported by local procurement and contract staff.
- The commercial specialist works together with the project management and engineering functions to provide them with the necessary commercial support to the projects. Assists in mentoring Client staff. Key responsibilities
Commercial Specialist providing commercial support to the delivery of the programme of works including:-
- Procurement: Administering the procurement process for all external contracts including preparation of tender documentation
- Contracts: Providing contractual advice to the Project Managers including advising on payments and developing strategies and detailed responses to claims and variations.
- Mentoring: Developing capabilities of support team.
- Reporting: Contributing to D-R PMU monthly reports. Key Words: