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Contracts Administrator

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Korea
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 02/10/2012
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The Company:
An international EPC Company involved in LNG and Mining Projects.

The Role:

How would the opportunity to develop your skills to deliver one of the world's largest natural gas projects in Australia sound to you? How about an opportunity that will offer you a challenging and rewarding work experience that will take your career to the next level? How would you feel working alongside a diverse, integrated team of people where you can learn a vast array of new skills and expertise?

The Role:

Adopt and maintain the Site Contracts Administration procedure and processes.
Execute the Contract management and administration role in accordance with the Project Contract Administration Procedures, the Contract Management System (CMS), and the site specific management procedures as directed by the Contracts Manager.
Establish and maintain good working relationships with the other site team members and the Contractor.
Foster and support the one team approach and take an active role in health, safety and welfare matters.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Assist the Contracts Manager and Senior Contract Engineer in the execution of the following activities and assume a primary role any of the activities specifically delegated:
• Ensure the contract activities required to be performed in, or recorded in, the CMS are executed correctly and are up to date. Ensure any activities executed outside CMS
for reasons of necessity or practicality are incorporated/summarised in CMS to the extent practicable.
• Review incoming and outgoing communications, instructions, transmissions between Company and Contractor to ensure contractual correctness and avoidance and/or
identification of potential contractual and/or commercial problems.
• Draft contractual correspondence, instructions, and notices to Contractor.
• Attend periodic (weekly) progress meetings, and ensure that the minutes reflect an unbiased record of the discussions and issues addressed.
• Review and verify Contractor’s Monthly Progress Payment Application and Company Interim Payment Certificates.
• Evaluate commercial effects of any Site Instructions issued by Company to the Contractor.
• Ensure accurate and comprehensive Contract records and reports are produced and maintained for Site Instructions, Contract Change Requests, Contracts Changes
(actual and foreseen), and any supporting communications or documentation.
• In conjunction with the site Quantity Surveyors agree additional “star rates” ($ and manhours) required for the Schedule of Rates, daywork accounts, reimbusible item
accounts and the like.
• Assist in review and evaluation of Contractor’s Change Order Requests and formulation of Contract Changes for issue by Company.
• Assist in evaluation of Contractor’s contractual claims, and recommendations for financial settlement.
• Assist settlement of the Contract Final Account.
• Assist in processing insurance claims and vendor backcharges with the appropriate Company department.
• Support monitoring Company free issued equipment and material to Contractor and potential results of late (or early) delivery..
• Support in any insurance related matters concerning loss or damage.
• Support monitoring Company issued Technical Information, including IFC drawings, specifications and any revisions, to Contractor and potential contractual or commercial
results of late delivery.
• Assist preparation of the Contract contractual and commercial Close Out Report.

Essential / Critical requirements of this role:

Professionally qualified in Quantity Surveying or Engineering or Degree level qualified in a related field.
A minimum of six (6) years previous contract administration experience in Oil and Gas industry fabrication with a contracting or client organisation.
Experience of Schedule of Unit Rates, re-measurable contracts.
Experience of a construction site or fabrication yard working environment.
Overseas working experience.

In return you will be rewarded with a challenging yet rewarding scope of work with an attractive hourly contract rate. To learn more about this role and to discover what value you can bring to this project, please call Carly Spears on 08 9262 6234 or by email
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