Senior Contract Administrator

Posted 16 February 2024
Job type Permanent
Sectors CGC CoverConstruction

Job description

The company
A builder who have been established for 35 years who operate in all states of Australia are known for delivering Commercial/agecare and Industrial projects from a value of $1M to $130M.
The company has two divisions which consists of a construction arm and a fit out and refurbishment arm, they are one of the main players in the tier 2 category delivering a great variety of projects are in need of a Contracts Administrator to join their team in their construction division in Brisbane.

The role
As a Contracts Administrator you will be joining a builder who has an annual T/O of over $700M and have an attractive working environment. They will see this is a long term appointment so having stability on your CV is essential.
The initial project is a Retirement living project located at the north end of the Gold Coast valued at $70M.

We are looking for a CA who is capable of being the lead CA on a project of this value. 

This is a great career move for someone who is looking to join a builder who rarely have the need to recruit because of their staff retention rate.

What you need
To be successful for this role of Contracts Administrator you will need:

  • A completed Construction Management degree
  • Experience with a well-known builder
  • Experience on projects of $35M plus
  • 8 to 10 years years plus experience as a minimum 
  • D&C experience would be an advantage
  • Able to work in team
  • Good communicator
  • Ability to maintain client relationships when needed
  • Ability to multitask
This is an excellent opportunity for a Contracts Administrator to join a highly respected builder who have a fantastic culture and a great variety of options within the business to satisfy your career ambitions.
If you are interested in hearing more about this role please email your CV to or alternatively call for a confidential discussion on 0406 665 799.
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