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This rapidly expanding commercial building contractor continue to grow from strength to strength across a range of commercial fit-out/build projects. Due to an ever growing portfolio of awarded contracts they are currently seeking a Contracts Administrator to join their existing project team. You will be responsible for dealing with claims, variations, verifying sub-contractor claims and assisting with estimating on future projects. You will be expected to identify and drive the commercial aspects of the project, to ensure maximum outcome. The successful candidate will be able to demonstrate experience in a Contract Administration role, within a commercial building environment (preferably within Australia), whilst exposure to a wide range of projects would be a distinct advantage. It is an essential requirement of the role that the successful candidate will have experience of taking the lead in ensuring the financial success of previous building projects. This is an immediate opportunity within a head contractor with a proven record of developing & progressing their team members. To express an interest in this role, please contact Rob Ettrick: E - firstname.lastname@example.org M - 0433 313697
Adelaide, South Australia, AU
Initially reporting to our Project Managers your duties will include reading of building plans, liaison with clients architects and subcontractors, an active role in the day to day running of your projects and the total control of costs, letting of contracts, progress claims, variations, final accounts and monthly reporting.
Fast Paced Role With Ample Support Offered Must Have Residential Contracts Experience Exclusive To GOUGH Recruitment Our ClientOur client is a successful builder and developer that focuses on high quality residential projects across Brisbane. Due to growth, our client is seeking an experienced Contracts Manager with residential experience. Duties/ResponsibilitiesExperienced Contracts Administrator that is responsible for ensuring that all administrative processes, both internal and external run smoothly. Entering contract details into the database Preparation and checking of all contract documentation Liaising with trades and suppliers Assisting with the management, administration of the company's acquisition programs General office Management Prepare/send Variations, Claims and Receipts for clients in Finance Manager's absence Monitor and update all current forms/procedures, create new forms upon request Liaise with clients during the construction process of their new home: colour selections, set up scope/specs, contracts Tying in Quotes - Purchase Orders - Invoicing 'Open' new jobs including office files and electronic files Job certificates - monitor, chase and collate, prepare for Final Certification and Handovers Job site preparation - check Fire Ants, prepare Site Safety Manual, order Electricity Job photos - collect photos from staff, organise and prepare for handover Subcontractors - set up project contracts, monitor information and paper work validity by date The successful candidate will have: 2+ years' experience with residential high end and multi-res exposure is favoured Thorough understanding of residential contracts Intermediate Level of Proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite of Programs A sound understanding of construction including the ability to read plans Professional presentation and welcoming, friendly attitude Motivated self-starter with a good work ethic Can work in an autonomous role Team Focus and Initiative Tech Savvy Attention to Detail Professional phone manner Benefits: Respected builder that are known to take good care of their employees Above market salary Career progression Street car parking How To Apply:If this sounds like you, then don't hesitate to APPLY NOW! Please feel free to contact Holly Priest or Mark Johnson 07 3114 5544 for more details. Your CV will be treated with strict confidence and will never be forwarded on without your
$79,824 - $91,356
Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Details: An opportunity exists to work in a busy and diverse corporate area of the Education Directorate. The successful person's main responsibilities, as a member of the Governance and Legal Liaison team, will be to assist in the coordination and preparation of responses to requests under Freedom of Information legislation and associated documentation, and to maintain required records including the Directorate's Disclosure Log. The successful applicant should enjoy working with legislation, undertaking research and the challenge of working with detail.Note: This is a temporary position available for a period of six months with the possibility of extension and/or permanency.
Brisbane All Brisbane
Builder / Developer City Fringe Location Commercial / Industrial & Residential Projects The Client Our client is leading boutique builder / developer who specialise within the Commercial, Industrial & Residential projects up to $15M. The role In this role you will gain exposure to both the Developer pre construction side and Head Contractor side liaising / negotiating with suppliers, letting contracts, managing claims + variations, progress payment etc. The requirements Construction Degree qualifications, ideally Ba in Cons management Around 2 years Contract Administration experience, ideally to include previous exposure working on a variety of Commercial / Industrial & Residential Projects. Previous experience, producing scopes, writing recommendations, processing Claims + Variations as well as progress payments. The benefits This role offers the unique opportunity to work on the developer side and gaining solid pre construction experience whilst also developing your skill set by being mentored by 2 highly experienced Directors with long term viewing of moving into Project Management. A competitive package of around $65K will be available for this role.
The suitable candidate will have exceptional customer service skills and experience in a similar role.Client DetailsLocated in the Outer Eastern suburbs of Melbourne - Bayswater, our client is a global multinational leader well known around the world for their innovative excellence in technology, engineering and healthcare products and solutions.Description Answering customer queries regarding orders for spare parts Answering phones Ordering of parts and products Preparing pricing for customers Advising customers of delivery status and etas Updating of database in SAP ProfileThe suitable candidate will possess the below: Strong communication in English, both written and verbal A background in a similar role Previous experience using SAP Good Knowledge in Word and Excel Great people skills and a can do, positive attitude! A background in logistics would be beneficial but not essential Job OfferThis role is full time and will commence asap for a minimum of 3 months possibly longer for the right person. The hours of work would be Monday - Friday 9-5pm. A generous hourly rate is on offer for the most suitable candidate. Don't miss out on a great opportunity to work for a friendly busy team within a professional corporate company offering fantastic facilities and opportunity for growth!Only suitable applicants will be contacted - Gaby Geremia 03 9298 9688.
Inner Suburbs Melbourne
Temporary to Permanent Opportunity Our client is a national organisation who is a market leader within the construction industry. With a reputation spanning over 70 years and a repertoire of projects including Melbourne and Sydney's iconic constructions. This is a rare opportunity for an experience Contracts administrator to join our clients business on a temporary to permanent basis located in Melbourne's inner city.General administrative duties including support for the delivery team and coordinating shipmentsRaising purchase orders, receipting of goods and servicesAssist the development team with internal operational reporting collation and submissionMatch subcontractor scopes of works to budgets in conjunction with Project Managers and Development ManagersThe successful applicant will have previous experience within a similar position. Be self motivated and strong team player. Must be able to communicate at all levels via both written and verbal. Comfortable with computer systems and competent across all Microsoft functions and lastly a high attention to detail.This position offers an opportunity to become a permanent employee and competitive remuneration.
Eastern Suburbs Brisbane
You will be working alongside the Project Manager and hold responsibility for all contractual management requirements for existing and upcoming projects. You will be given a great deal of autonomy to perform the processes required to ensure that the projects are delivered on time and in accordance with the agreement. Your responsibilities will include but not be limited too;Liaising with Project Managers to ensure all contracts are in line with agreementsEnsure all processes are streamlined and efficientAssist in management and tracking of project expenditure against budgetPrepare and manage variationsBuilding a close relationship with the site managers, clients, sub-contractors and suppliersTo be considered for this highly challenging yet exciting role our client is looking for candidates that can illustrate a number of the following attributes;Circa 3 years construction experienceMethodical understanding of contracts administrationProven negotiation and cost management skillsStrong understanding of work flow managementAble to work autonomously while delivering project on timeRelevant tertiary qualifications (preferred but not necessary)
Contracts 1/23/18LegalAustralia - Queensland - Brisbane Refer Save Apply **Job ID:** **CS20181901-22911** **Description:** **Job Title – Contracts** **Job Location – Australia-Queensland-Brisbane** **Job Code – CS20181901-22911** Harris Corporation is a leading technology innovator, solving customers’ toughest mission-critical challenges by providing solutions that connect, inform and protect. Harris supports government and commercial customers in more than 100 countries and has approximately $6 billion in annual revenue. The company is organized into three business segments: Communication Systems, Space and Intelligence Systems. Learn more at harris.com at https://www.harris.com/ . The scope of this role is to provide contracts, subcontracts, procurement and commercial support for sales and program activities and general contracts and commercial activities in the APAC region. 1. Provide contracts, subcontracts and commercial support for pre-contract activities, including providing contracts and commercial support for proposal development for potential customer contracts. 2. Providing contracts and commercial support for request development and proposal evaluation for potential subcontracts (including ensuring appropriate flowdown of requirements and obligations from customer contracts to subcontracts, and identifying risks and issues relating to subcontracts that need to be addressed in relation to customer contracts). 3. Managing contract negotiation, approval and execution processes, for customer contracts and subcontracts. 4. Provide contracts, subcontracts and commercial support for post-contract activities relating to customer contracts and subcontracts, includingproviding commercial support for management of contractual claims/issues/disputes. 5. Managing contract changes (including drafting, negotiation, approval and execution processes associated with contract changes), for customer contracts and subcontracts. 6. Performing other ongoing contract management tasks as required (eg. drafting and reviewing contractual correspondence, preparing for and attending contract review meetings). 7. Provide support for general contracts and commercial activities, as required (including support for procurement contracts, non-disclosure agreements and other contracts or commercial documents; support for insurance, intellectual property and legal matters; and support for commercial screening of contracting parties). 8. Identify commercial and contractual risks and recommend strategies to minimise or manage those risks, at all stages of the contracting lifecycle (including proposal or request development, contract negotiation and ongoing contract management). 9. Draft, review and interpret contracts (including statements of work, specifications, terms & conditions, price schedules, delivery schedules etc) and advise on contractual rights, obligations and risks. 10. Manage intellectual property-related matters, including preparing intellectual property plans, schedules, records and deeds for customer contracts and reviewing intellectual property plans, schedules, records and deeds for subcontracts, in consultation with engineering personnel and others as required. 11. Support the process of procuring goods (including materials, equipment, supplies and commodity products) and services (including facilities support services, freight services, professional services) in support of sales-related, program-related and HCA corporate activities in the APAC region (predominantly in Australia). **Qualifications:** Bachelor’s degree with 10 years experience **_Please be aware that many of our positions require a security clearance, or the ability to obtain one. Security clearances may only be granted to Australian citizens. In addition, applicants who accept a conditional offer of employment may be subject to government security investigation(s) and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information._** **_By submitting your résumé for this position, you understand and agree that Harris Corporation may share your résumé, as well as any other related personal information or documentation you provide, with its subsidiaries and affiliated companies for the purpose of considering you for other available positions._** **_Harris is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer_** **_._** **Job Profile Matching Criteria:** ExpertiseLegal LocationAustralia - Queensland - Brisbane
Sydney, New South Wales
The Company:Established within the market for over 20 years, they are an award winning architectural home builder based in the EasteSuburbs who have created a reputation for quality.The Role:Due to a change in the management structure of the company a rare opportunity has a risen to join the leadership team within the company. With an established based of clients and architects the main responsibility of the position would be to liaise with clients over various projects to manage a team including a Contract Administrator, Cadet and Site Managers.The Projects:One of the initial projects that you will be working on is a 2400 sq ft luxury build in the EasteSuburbs. Reporting to the director, you will be responsible for driving the project program and overall project delivery from a commercial and contractual point of view.The Culture:As a business they pride themselves in their relationships and they a strong ethics across the business so it's essential that you are able align with their principles. You'll work in a small team so building solid rapport inteally and with client and subcontractors alike is also essential.Why should you apply??If you looking to for a business which works on some of the stunning projects in Sydney, this is a rare opportunity to join as part of the leadership team. You must have a passion for high end, luxury projects with a great eye for detail.To Apply: For more information call John Ainge on 0400 516 014 or email me on [Apply online]
Job Description Key Benefits: Great support structure Ability to Develop into Project Management Maturity around flexible working hours Opportunity to diversify your project portfolio Deliver projects valued up to $10M Company Profile:Established in early 2000’s this mid-tier contractor has grown a broad portfolio of clients creating high volume project turn over within health care (including private and public sector works), Education and commercial office builds and fit outs.With typical project values priced at $10M this employer offers variety of works to diversify their employees project experience and client networks.This company offers a vibrant, trendy culture with an in house social room for outside of work hours. Company culture offers support, promotes success and actively encourages professional developmentWith a sustained growth strategy this company has a number of new permanent vacancies.Responsibilities: Reporting to the Project Manager Manage and coordinate subcontractors Letting of trades Definition of scope and delegation of works to subcontractors Processing of RFI’s, EOT’s, Variations, Progress claims Assisting the Project Manager Requirements/You: Proven ability to deliver interior projects valued around $1M Several years’ experience in a similar position Australian experience is critical Preference will be given to candidates with healthcare and/or education experience A personable character who is ambitious but not ego driven will fit well in to this firms success driven culture What is the best way to secure this role?Apply for this job online via the link or send your resume directly to Scott Stevens by emailing scott.stevens @ nesgt.com . Confidential enquiries can be made by calling Scott on 02 9696 8011. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and we thank you in advance for your interest.
Boral is Australia's largest building and construction materials supplier with operations in all states and territories. Our Boral Digital Solutions team is embarking on a step change in its approach in order to fulfil a significant pipeline of work.We are seeking a Salesforce Administrator to join our CRM & CPQ team. This role will see you focus on coding and operations support relating to Salesforce within a fast moving, adaptive and collaborative agile team.The ideal candidate will be Salesforce Admin certified with APEX coding experience and have a passion for supporting and enhancing technical solutions to meet our evolving business needs.If you meet the following criteria please apply now!Knowledge/experience with Salesforce CRMExperience in setting up Sales Force CRM environment, installation and configurationExperience with APEX code (Force.com Platform)CPQ (Configure Price Quote) / CLM (Contract Lifecycle Management) experience is desirableExperience working in a dynamic environment wearing many hatsExperience or interest to develop skills to deliver a range of technical tasks such as analysis, design, development, testing, operationsDemonstrated ability to work with a variety of customers from different departments in large and small groupsExperience utilising ITIL processes for Incident, Problem, Change and Release ManagementExperience of assessing and implementing Cloud solutionsWhat You Will Get in ReturnThe opportunity to help transform one of Australias most iconic brands, ultimately driving genuine business value and performance.A working environment that is safe, supportive and dynamic with a clear focus on continually encouraging and developing its people.Boral welcomes applications from Salesforce Administrators who are dedication to delivering exceptional results, excited to work both independently and as part of small teams in a fast paced, highly visible role.Application closing date: 10 Mar 2018
• Great team environment • Be part of an established brand with real career progression opportunities• Parramatta Location The Role We currently have an opportunity for a conscientious and personable individual to join our Parramatta team as a Contract Administrator. This position is responsible for providing first class customer service and administrative support to our business. Working on our well known client's contracts, you will ensure the timely and accurate processing of contract documentation and providing monthly reporting for clients. In addition you will assist Contract Managers with contract administrative requirements and data analysis, manage the registration of work orders for minor works, projects and capital and provide administrative and clerical support to the team. Key Responsibilities • Development and maintenance of strong, value adding, collaborative relationships with site staff, end-users and other stakeholders• Customer Service• Successful delivery of all components of the contract scope• Financial performance of the contract• HSEQ performance• Proactively assesses, clarifies, and validates customer needs on an ongoing basis. • Leads solution development efforts that best address customer needs, while coordinating the involvement of all necessary company personnel.• Communicates clearly the progress of monthly/quarterly initiatives to internal and external stakeholders.• Ensuring Key Performance targets are achieved and/or exceeded (eg KPI’s issue resolution, new initiatives and cost saving solutions, process improvements.)• Ensuring a safe and environmentally responsible working environment• Fostering a strong work ethic and a happy, loyal team and a result driven culture• Ensure informative analysis and reporting is produced accurately and in a timely manner for customers, internal and external stakeholders• Responsible for all contractual performance and compliance matters regarding the operating site Skills and Experience • Proven work experience as a Strategic Account Manager and/or Key Account Manager.• Demonstrable ability to communicate, present and influence credibly and effectively at all levels of the organization, including Executive and Director level.• Experience with a Computerised Maintenance Management System CMMS software and New Market Innovations in the Facility Management space.• Experience in delivering client-focused solutions based on customer needs.• Proven ability to manage multiple projects at a time while paying strict attention to detail.• Excellent listening, negotiation and presentation skills.• Excellent verbal and written communications skills.• Manage competing priorities.• Travel and site visits.• Great customer focus face to face and remote management• National Multi Site experience• Enjoy working as part of a team cultureOur success is built on the talent and enthusiasm of our people. We strive to create an inclusive environment for every team member to have a positive, enjoyable and rewarding work experience. Our culture is built around safety, care and empathy for people and good old fashioned customer service. We are looking for someone who appreciates the diversity of our customers, contractors and teams. Who we are Programmed Facility Management is a leading provider of asset management, facilities maintenance and project management services across a multitude of industries. Working with Programmed Facility Management means you will become part of the Programmed family: a company that encourages career development, supports flexibility and cares about your personal wellbeing and safety. We encourage applications from men and women of all ages, including people with a disability and Indigenous Australians. If you have the energy, attitude, experience and desire to be part of this exciting opportunity, apply now! To learn more about working with Programmed, we encourage you to visit our website.
Manage payroll & contracts on behalf of the organisation- Friendly working environment with a supportive team- Progression and incentives offeredAbout the companyA boutique corporate company that invests in their employees by nurturing their growth throughout their career. This company is at an exciting point of growth and looking for passionate, high integrity, hardworking individuals to join the team. This organisation is known for their innovative and modern atmosphere, investing in technology to assist the efficiency of each employee.About the opportunityThis opportunity is looking for an a finance background candidate that is seeking professional growth and progression within a growing company. Build relationships & collaborate across all areas of the business while building upon valuable skills such as data, finance and payroll administration functions. Lead, maintain, and execute contracts on behalf of the organization amongst providing support to the Shared Services Manager.Duties:- Manage and maintain fortnightly payroll for 100-300 contractors.- Liaise between internal and external personnel during contract development stages.- Work alongside the shared services team to support the entirety of the organization.- Manage and execute contracts on behalf of the organization.- Interpret and explain contract requirements, and terms of business to internal and external parties.- Flexible with learning and developing new shared services skills.Skills and Experience:- Finance background- Attention to detail and a great eye for error and inconsistencies.- Ability to build relationships and work with a team at all levels of an organisation.- Established management and leadership skills- Can demonstrate innovation and adaptability.- Customer solutions focused.CultureThe core of this commercial company is based on quality and diversity. They encourage innovation and progression along with advancement both personally and professionally. The company embraces others who want to work for a supportive culture in a diverse, flexible, friendly, warm, team orientated environment. They are a very reputable company with an established track record and ethical culture.Benefits:- Generous salary package- Central location- Sydney CBD- Career Progression- Work Life Balance- Flexible working hours- Immediate StartHow to Apply- Click apply or contact Ellie Giagos, Recruitmement Consultant on 8877 8716 for a confidential discussion.
Perth All Perth
Elite Nationwide Commercial Builder Flourishing Business, Steadily Growing Terrific Career Prospects & Tremendous Package About the Company: This elite national building company has a prominent name within Australia’s commercial building sector and they are reeling off successful projects at an impressive rate further enhancing their already impressive reputation. And 2018 is going to be huge! About the Role: As Contracts Administrator based in the central Perth office, you will be tasked with autonomously managing a commercial building project valued up to $15m initially, but with a view to taking on larger projects once comfortable with the internal systems and procedures of this business. You will be involved in both pre-award and post-award contractual matters so must have broad Contract Administrator skills including strong forecasting and subcontractor management experience from past projects. On offer will be an impressive package commensurate with experience CIRCA $120K. Skills, Experience & Other Requirements: Tertiary qualifications in Construction Management & Economics or Quantity Surveying (*Preferred though not essential) 4-7 years stable work history as a Contract Administrator or QS with commercial building companies Highly competent in application of construction management software (Jobpac or CHEOPS preferred) and ability to work autonomously Project experience on commercial building projects $10m-20m essential Personable nature to enhance a great team culture Currently based in Perth with existing rights to live and work in Australia Company Culture: This company has elevated itself above the competition by offering an inviting and vibrant office environment and establishing a culture where team members are recognised regularly for their contributions and commitment. For aspiring building professionals this company offers a place where you can thrive. Benefits: CIRCA $120K (Based on experience) Successful team culture Exciting long term career prospects Perth CBD location