Senior Contracts Manager

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Arlington Moore
£35000 - £45000 per annum + car, phone, laptop, pension
07 Oct 2016
27 Oct 2016
Contract Type
Senior Contracts Manager UK & Export - required for a successful organisation which manufactures and installs engineered equipment. Salary is circa £35,000 to £45,000 plus car, phone, laptop, pension and 4 x salary death in service benefit. Nottingham based. Reporting to the Sales Director you will be responsible for the following; Managing contract teams and taking responsibility for the commercial management and delivery of installation projects Scheduling the work of the contracts department, keeping abreast of work in hand and in progress, identifying issues and taking action Managing the appointment and performance of sub-contractors and liaising with Architects, M&E Consultants and QS at all stages of a project Project managing individual contracts as required including preparation of H&S documentation Supporting the sales team in the preparation of tender documents including PQQ and information to consultants and architects Managing the financial aspects of projects, including contractual terms and conditions, managing financial claims and preparing final accounts You We are looking for a Contract / Project Manager who has experience of liaising with Architects and Mechanical & Engineering Consultants. You should have a thorough knowledge of managing installation projects which involve structural design and construction. This is a fantastic opportunity to join a growing company. Please note that we will try to respond to you, however if you have not heard from us within 7 days then you have been unsuccessful on this occasion. Please note that all applications are treated confidentially and on no occasion will we pass your CV on to a third party without speaking with you. This role has been advertised by Arlington Moore Engineering which is a division of Arlington Moore. Arlington Moore has been established since 2006 recruiting throughout the UK. This job was originally posted as