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Job Description

CONTRACTS MANAGER28/3/2018
Construction contracts managers for the aluminium glazing industry oversee projects from the start through to completion, ensuring that work is completed on time and within its budget. As a contracts manager, you could be working on a wide variety of projects, from office developments to houses or schools and colleges to road and rail schemes across the United Kingdom. The successful candidates will be part of a two person contract department with a team of seven installers.
Skills
5 years + experience in a contract management role with contract value ranging from 2k - 70k
Experience of handling budgets and turnover to 1m
Managing activities conforming to recognised quality standards like ISO 9001;2015
Able to understand working drawings and knowledge of aluminium glazing
Receiving orders, issuing to drawing office, requisitioning and ordering materials
Liaising with customer and architect in a professional manager without delay
Agreeing starts dates and organising delivery and installation on time
Keeping a well documented contract file
Using data and information to produce reports
Method statements and risk assessments on for each contract
Leading & developing people and teams
Raising sales invoices
Ability to work unsupervised, to deadlines and on budget
Due diligence
Site visits and site surveys with accuracy
Qualifications
Full driving licence
Site visitor cscs card and up to date H&S environmental test
Recognised H&S safety training like IOSHH Working Safety or SSSTS, SMSTS
Good written and verbal skills
Good ICT skills in excel and word, knowledge of CAD advantageous
Further Training
Must undertake continued professional development

Salary : 23,000 - 25,000 pa
Benefits; pension, car and mobile phone


PROCESSES





1.Site surveying
2. Opening/reviewing Cad drawing
3. Drawing basic jobs ? (as he's got autocad experience)
4. Dealing/Accepting orders
5. Speaking with Architects/Clients/Structural Engineers
6. Attending site meetings
7. Possibly quoting jobs start to finish ?
8. Running jobs
9. Sorting out site labour