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Contracts & Commercial Manager
The role will manage and control the effective delivery of commercial, contractual and risk management frameworks to support the project delivery team.
Provide commercial and contractual advice to the project delivery teams and throughout all stages of the project lifecycle. Attend meetings to ensure commercial and contract administration issues comply with contract requirements, policies and procedures. Ensure contracts meet the group governnce, legal and business standards and procedures. Develop and implement commercial strategies and processes to protect and maintain the business.
Engage with contractors, sub contractors and vendors as required to proactively manage commercial agreements and maintain working relationships. Coordination and contribute to all commercial reporting for the projects to enable proactive risk, cost, program and contract management activities. Undertake post-contract completion reviews, analyse results, undertake corrective actions.
Must have experience in Rail/Infrastructure projects. Preferably Malaysian with at least 10 years' of working experience in commercial and contract administration gained on construction, engineering or associated projects.
Matchtech acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment and employment business for the supply of temporary workers and is part of Gattaca Plc.
Gattaca Plc provides support services to Matchtech and may assist with processing your application.
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