Contracts Coordinator

Job type:
on-site
Start:
2011-09-19
Duration:
2 - 5 years
From:
Generic Network
Place:
Stirlingshire
Date:
09/06/2011
Country:
flag_no USA
project ID:
233636

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Job Title:
6 x Contracts Coordinator

Experience in Scaffolding background, Insulation background, Refractory lining (Civil or Insulation background) and Project (Scaffolding/insulation background)

Business and Functional Area:
Procurement & Technical
Reports To: Contracts Manager
Location: Grangemouth

Job Purpose - describe in 1/2 sentences what the main purpose of the job is
To lead the definition, estimating and efficient execution of single-discipline maintenance, project and turnaround scopes of work.

Dimensions- defines the scope and scale of the job in financial or non financial terms
-Construction spend: £2-£5mpa
-Number of concurrent projects: 5-10
-Individual projects/turnarounds ranging from: £50k to £2m
-Staff Management: indirect 25-125 contractors
-Number maintenance requests: 2000 per year
Organisation- one level above and below together with peers and any dotted line relationships

See attached chart
Principle Accountabilities- key outcomes required to achieve the job purpose (specific and measurable)
1.Apply systems, procedures and standards for construction activities to satisfy legislative requirements and meet business goals for cost, schedule, HSE and quality.
2.Direct, control and motivate single-discipline 3rd party teams to deliver construction of maintenance, projects and turnaround scopes in line with business goals for cost, schedule, HSE and quality and in compliance with legislation.
3.Maintain the Schedule of Rates for construction work and apply framework agreements with multiple contractors.
4.Develop detailed work scopes and estimates for medium scale maintenance, project and TAR jobs to enable business approval for the work to proceed.
5.Review execution plans, method statements and risk assessments to ensure work can be executed safely and efficiently within timescales.
6.Manage the delivery of the work in the field and agree evaluations against schedule of rates with the contractor prior to the contractors invoice being submitted
7.Estimate against schedule of rates, monitor and control construction expenditure, including authorization of site instructions for additional work, to ensure delivery of work within agreed budgets.
8.Provide construction expertise and advice during design, safety and engineering reviews to ensure that construction requirements and legislation are complied with.
-HNC qualified or equivalent in an engineering discipline.
-5 years relevant experience in manufacturing environment.
-2 years experience of working with construction contractors and contractor management.
-Working knowledge of the Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007.
-Understanding of cost and schedule management.