Job Description


This position is responsible for sourcing and procurement of contractors / consultants and performing day to day administration of major contracts as well as pre- and post-award contract administration.

Responsibilities :


· Have a detailed understanding of the base scope and contract clauses for major contracts

· Assist the project team with the daily administration of the contract

· Provide the key point of contact for variations and change management

· Lead the settlement of change orders within specified periods of time

· Assist with the assessment of project milestones and progress claims

· Track contractual issues, notice of claims, extension of time claims

· Assist project team with cost control forecasting and preliminaries management

· Develop & maintain excellent consultant, contractor and project team member relationships. This includes managing feedback from consultants, contractors and internal feedback on teamwork/relationships to effectively manage major contracts

· Pre-qualifies architects, engineers, designers, other consultants and contractors

· Assists the PM with obtaining Reputation Check approvals (FCPA) of all applicable consultants, contractors and vendors

· Prepares Requests for Proposal or Invitations to Bid and leads the bidding process

· Evaluates bids, negotiates price, scope, terms and conditions, schedule, and makes award recommendation

· Application of International Labour Standards (ILS) for Vendor factories

· Prepares contract documents and secures execution of same

· Performs post-award administration, including the negotiation and issuance of Change Orders, Settlement Records, contract charges and critical correspondence

· Preparation of Monthly Payment Certificates

· Drafting and negotiation of Supplemental Agreements

· Preparation of Completion Certificates

· Assembles Design and Material Warranties

· Chairs or participates in meetings with contractors and vendors

· Provides input to contract status for reporting to management

· Identifies and advises management of potential and existing problems with contractors, focusing on claims avoidance

· Provides input to and supports contractor claim negotiations

· Performs contract close-out and coordinates same with other disciplines

· Provide feedback to unsuccessful contractors, suppliers and vendors and foster long lasting relationships in the market

Basic Qualifications :

· Minimum of 5 years experience in the construction contract administration profession (or equivalent)
· Proven problem solving ability; applies sound judgement and good business sense; can see hidden problems; can think globally
· A foundation of technical knowledge applicable to WDI’s products and services is preferred. The ability to apply this knowledge to responsibilities of the position
· Proven knowledge of contract issues and processes in a dynamic, matrix organization
· Ability to effectively communicate with respect, diplomacy and tact in a variety of settings and styles, both internally and externally
· Ability to learn quickly and work effectively in a fast-paced, project-based environment
· Ability to build and maintain constructive and effective relationships
· Strong organizational, planning, analytical, negotiation and conflict resolution skills
· Experience in drafting procurement documents
· Demonstrated proficiency with contemporary Microsoft PC applications


· Ability to create a climate in which team or project members are inspired to participate with the contracting process. Displays integrity, honesty and trust, invites input, listens and shares ownership and visibility


· A Bachelors Degree in Quantity Surveying, Engineering or related discipline (or equivalent work experience)
· A member of the HKIS or RICS would be an advantage


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