contracts administrator in north shore

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job details

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location
north shore, new south wales
job category
construction
job type
permanent
working hours
Full-Time
experience
3 years
reference number
90M0369098_1543819549
phone
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job description

Contract Administrator and Estimator

Work for a highly reputable highly established build construction company working on projects that include fitouts, healthcare, education, retail, and commercial projects all throughout Australia. They are now looking to recruit a contracts administrator and estimator for multiple projects in Sydney. This is an excellent opportunity for a contract administrator and estimator to join a market leader and grow your career to its maximum potential.

There is a very attractive package on offer to the right candidate coupled with the opportunity to work on key prestigious projects and develop your career within a short space of time.

The duties for this contract administrator role will include:

  • Preparation of bills of quantities and liaising closely with sub-contractors
  • Preparing packages and tenders
  • Managing and mentoring junior members of the team
  • Checking and obtaining monthly insurances
  • Dealing with contract claims and variations
  • Preparation of final accounts and organising payments for sub contracts
  • Managing procurement and ensuring cost efficiencies
  • Establishing and maintaining supplier relationships
  • Maintaining cost control and compliance with government regulations and ethical standards
  • Being instrumental in the successful delivery of the project on time and budget

The requirements for this contract administrator role include:

  • Tertiary qualified in construction economics, quantity surveying, business law or related discipline
  • Minimum of 3 years’ experience working in a commercial capacity on fitout and construction projects with a thorough understanding of codes and standards
  • Strong negotiation skills coupled with excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Proven ability in decision making
  • Local knowledge is key for this role
  • Have the proven ability to maintain and develop relationships with people from all levels of the organisation

The duties of this Estimator role include:

  • Ensuring the provision of accurate estimates for tenders by assessing tender documents
  • Working closely with the team in order to provide accurate quotations for pricing procedures
  • Analysing quotations from sub-contractors and suppliers
  • Preparation of schedules for projects from preliminary tender to final tender
  • Cost planning of projects from preliminary design
  • The provision of bill of quantities in order to provide cost management of specification of upcoming projects

The requirements for this Estimator role include:

  • Strong experience working in an estimating capacity on design and construction projects
  • Provision of excellent customer service to other business stakeholders, suppliers, contractors & clients
  • Strong analytical coupled with written and verbal communication skills
  • Need to have estimated on age care, medical, or commercial projects
  • Have a solid background of winning projects
  • Highly competent IT skills with exposure to industry software such as Microsoft Office & estimating software
  • Need excellent attention to detail

There is a really attractive remuneration package available to the right candidate that will include a host of company benefits.

If interested in this role then please contact SPENCER PRIOR at Randstad:

E: spencer.prior@randstad.com.au

T: 0400 666682

At Randstad, we are passionate about providing equal employment opportunities and embracing diversity to the benefit of all. We actively encourage applications from any background.

skills

Contract Administration, Estimator, Quantity Surveyor

qualification

Degree Qualified

educational requirements

Bachelor Degree