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Contracts Administrator

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Qatar
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 10/07/2019
  • Duration: 12 months
  • Time left:
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    (21/08/19)
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The Role:
* Responsible for providing technical, commercial and functional direction related to all aspects of contracting including the formulation and administration of ITT packages and EPC Contract from Pre-Award until Close Out
* Maintains contact with other Management personnel and Functional Managers. Legal and Risk Management to obtain and provide information regarding contract issues and mitigation strategies
Job Context & Major Challenge(s)
* Operates in a multi-cultural, multinational environment, which requires professional conduct and proper office protocol.
* Works often under significant time pressure.
Key Job Accountabilities
1. Job Purpose:
* Preparation of ITT packages and coordination of tender process with QG Supply, PMT and legal.
* Preparation, development and management of EPC Contract / Contract documents including coordination of full Contract scope definition
* Evaluating EPC contractors bid and making appropriate recommendations to Owner with respect to acceptability of Contract terms and conditions.
* Administering the EPC contract, documenting and recording all changes, progress measurements and payments, management of claims, monitoring of bonds/guarantees, preparation of Contract modifications and closing out the contract.
* Review contractual terms and conditions to insure compliance by the EPC Contractor and ensure Company requirements are continually being met.
* Assist with the review and negotiation of project change order requests submitted by EPC Contractor.
* Take the lead in preparing contractual responses to the EPC Contractor.
* Interface with EPC Contractor in resolving Contractual and Procurement related issues.
2. Dimensions: Skilled
Operating Budget: N/A
3. Key Result Areas:
* Direct reports to the NFE Onshore Head of Contracts
* Demonstrates ability to plan and schedule work (short term and long term) and ensures execution of work plan by sub-ordinates
* Review contractual terms and conditions to insure compliance by the EPC Contractor and ensure Company requirements are continually being met.
* Monitor Contractor's purchasing, expediting, logistics and field materials management to insure schedule objectives are met.
4. Operating Environment, Framework and Boundaries:
* Works in a project environment in which the incumbent strives to achieve best in class Safety, Health, Environmental & Security performance by creating a culture that encourages everyone to perform their best every day on every task
* Works in a highly visible project environment with large capital expenditures and significant schedule execution pressures
5. Communications and Working Relationships:
* Interfaces with various project teams and departments on resolving related issues that requires effective communication, initiative, flexibility and an ability to induce collaboration.
* Interacts effectively with QG management and external stakeholders, including statutory auditors, shareholder auditors and other entities to discuss project practices and issues.
6. Problem Solving/Complexity:
* Undertakes complex tasks and acts as a source of guidance for staff and internal customers. Is expected to handle all but the most complex problems and difficulties that might arise.
7. Decision Making Authority and Responsibility:
* Works independently within established procedures, plans and budgets and contributes to the development of these.
* Has autonomy over scheduling and planning of own work; organizes efforts of work group to achieve overall efficiency.
* Establishes credibility with peers, subordinates and supervisors.
* Understands organizational authority and seeks appropriate line management approvals
8. Knowledge Skills and Experience:
* Bachelor of Science in Engineering or Bachelor Law or Quantity Surveyor experience
* Strong Written and oral communication skills.
* Minimum of ten (10) years of broad contract management (or Quantity Surveying) contracts and procurement experience on major oil and gas projects.
Qualifications
* Bachelor of Science in Engineering; or
* Bachelor Law; or
* Quantity Surveyor or Major Proven Contracts experience
Knowledge and/or Experience
* Minimum of ten (10) years of broad contract management, contracts and procurement experience on major oil and gas projects.
Technical and Business Skills * Strong Written and oral communication skills.
* Strong Interpersonal and Communication skills with team leadership qualities.

The Company:
Our Client is the largest LNG producing company in the world, with an annual LNG production capacity of 42 million tonnes per annum (MTA), safely and reliably delivering LNG to customers around the globe from world-class facilities in Qatar.

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