The role is responsible for managing project contractual issues including third parties from commencement of contractual arrangements until settlement and final discharge of obligations. The role is also responsible for measuring, monitoring and evaluating the performance of the projects with respect to financial and commercial issues, including monitoring and following up.
Providing recommendations, advice and support to the project management team concerning all issues affecting the financial outcome of the project and coordinating the overall process of administration and control of subcontract agreements.
Preparing and processing contractual arrangements with third parties as per company procedures.
Evaluating and interpreting main contract, sub contracts and supplying conditions and obligations.
Advising project team on liabilities and risks under the contractual arrangements.
Managing and securing project interests with the necessary bonds, warranties, insurances, undertakings until final discharge of obligations.
Detecting variations and changes to the contract in liaison with the Quantity Surveyor.
Preparing, negotiating and following up final accounts, variations and claims until settlement.
Developing and managing contractual issues related to time and cost implications, for all contractual arrangements.
Controlling, administering and reporting of each sub-contract/supply on the project, to ensure that the sub-contract/supply is properly formulated, controlled and closed out.
Agreeing and submitting monthly applications for payment to the engineer/employer.
Ensuring the timely delivery of the project milestones to AECOM Middle East Project Delivery Format (PDF).
Assisting the Project Director, during the absence of the Project Manager, in reporting these milestones.
The ideal candidate will have 8 years of experience and will read, write and speak fluent Arabic language and a bachelor's degree in a relevant field.