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Contract Administrator - Civil Construction.

Contract Administrator - Civil Construction

Job Title: Contract Administrator - Civil Construction
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Brisbane
Salary: $90,000 - $120,000
Reference: 2741692
Contact Name: Maria Harris
Contact Email:
Job Published: May 16, 2018 10:31

Job Description

About the Company
Several leading civil construction companies are currently looking to engage with experienced Contract Administrators.  With a wide range of requirements across the civil sector I am keen to speak with any Contract Administrator with experience in civil construction projects including utilities infrastructure – water, gas or electricity, road and highway construction, concrete and steel structural work, bulk earthworks, and excavation.
About the Role 
  • Reporting to and working with the support of the Project Manager
  • Responsible for supporting the project team ensuring delivery of commercial and contractual requirements of civil construction projects
  • Offering advise on commercial risks
  • Preparing and administering subcontracts, including defining the scope and conditions
  • Coordinate client and subcontractor variations, notices of delay, time extensions, contractual claims and reporting.
Skills and Experience
  • Tertiary Qualification in Quantity Surveying, Construction Management, Engineering or Commerce is preferred.
  • Previous experience in a Contract Administrator role within the civil construction sector is essential
  • Strong organisational skills in order to be able to manage your time and plan effectively in a fast paced, diverse and changing environment
  • Strong communication skills, the ability to negotiate and influence others at a variety of levels of business will be key to your success
Roles will offer you stability, career opportunities and a diversity to expand your previous experience. 

How to Apply

Please contact Maria Harris on 0 434 417 233 or email   
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