Location: Kilsyth, Scotland
Required to work out of our regional offices in Kilsyth.
Your Key Activities:
Maintain effective communications with contracts managers, project management and other associated disciplines.
Assist in staff matters which may include: staff succession awareness, development, competency and retainment.
Provide input to staff performance and development reviews, and management of the commercial training programme.
Provide commercial input to contacts with clients representatives.
Provide input to risk profiling and management on projects.
Produce and negotiate insurance claims with insurers representatives.
Ensure the production of monthly cost and value reports, quarterly forecasts and cash-flow information and present them to senior management.
Take part in discussions concerning project performance and provide commercial input to project strategy.
Assist in drafting and promote usage of commercial procedures.
Deal with change management including adherence to the programme established approach.
Ensure the timely production and presentation of adequate levels of applications for payment in accordance with the provisions of the conditions of contract.
Provide commercial advice to the site team in connection with all project issues and provide input to area commercial discussions and reviews.
Attend and provide input to project start-up and close-out meetings.
Provide commercial contact with supply chain partners through contract vetting and input to sub-contract documentation.
Deliver commercial training.
Liaise with external consultants.
Carry out other relevant duties as required from time to time.
Your Qualifications and Experience should be:
To the standard of Member of CICES or RICS.
Successful experience at Quantity Surveyor level.
Evidence of involvement in and understanding of construction law and contractual terms in all standard contract forms.
Experience working with Civil Engineering Contractors is essential.