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  • Job reference: RMS0114727

Contract Advisor

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Aberdeen
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 25/09/2012
  • Time left:
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The Company:
Our client is a leading integrated energy company with offices globally and employing over 50,000 people. Due to a significant uplift in projects and activity we are currently looking to recruit a Contract Advisor to undertake a key role of developing contracting strategies and leading strategic sourcing efforts.

The Role:
Key Job Responsibilities:

• Lead strategic sourcing efforts.
• Accountable for the successful implementation and execution of the sourcing efforts and subsequent delivery of targeted cost reduction and value creation to the company
• Managing the eProcurement supplier process
• Conduct local, regional and international market analysis to keep abreast of critical market information
• Manage and review supplier performance
• Utilise sources as recommended in Corporate Strategic Cost Management training, such as category analysis, industry journal & indices, consultants and the internet
• Positively influencing contractor HES improvements and performance

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
The ideal candidate will have a strong working knowledge of contracting principles, including contract drafting & formulation, legal requirements, terms & conditions and risk assessment. You will also have a working knowledge of the category management process and be experienced in developing contracting strategies, bid analysis and contractor reviewing contractor performance.
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