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Commercial Manager

Job Type
Permanent
Location
London
Salary
£61140.00 - £72000 per annum + Excellent Benefits
Job Ref
BBBH143713_1720176084
Date Added
July 5th, 2024

Working for one of the leading organisation, client side, this is one of the largest projects in the UK and Europe. There are exciting challenges in this role and excellent opportunities to make a difference in this strategic and collaborative role.

This role is responsible for delivering commercial activities within the Delivery teams. The role works alongside the supply chain and contractors within the development delivery teams, assuring and supporting their commercial activities to provide an independent view to Head of Commercial.

You will need experience in NEC contracts or equivalent delivering on large complex engineering projects. Experience in the public sector will be useful as well as planning, developing, implementing infrastructure contract and working with procurement teams in tender preparation, administration and evaluation. Some of the knowledge required for this excellent progressive role.

  • Governance, Assurance & Compliance
  • Strategy Development
  • Project Management & Planning
  • Estimating & Cost Planning
  • Procurement
  • UCR/PCR Application
  • Bespoke Third-Party Agreements
  • Contract Management & Administration
  • Negotiation
  • Dispute Resolution
  • Cost Control
  • Risk & Value Management
  • Supply Chain Management
  • Processes
  • Systems
  • Desirable Memberships / Qualifications - RICS

Excellent benefits along with a first class career path working client side on one of the most complex projects in Europe.

Carbon60, Lorien & SRG - The Impellam Group STEM Portfolio are acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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