You will be the main point of contact for customers for any contractual matters, both in the bid and in the contract implementation phase.
Mitigating contractual/economic risks by identifying issues and proposing possible deviations
Drafting, evaluation, negotiation and guidance on confidentiality agreements, cooperation agreements with partners, contracts with customers, requests for contract/agreement amendments.
Detailed review of the contractual Terms and Conditions proposed by Customers
Supporting procurement in contract negotiations
Drafting and negotiation of contract claims including evidence gathering.
Support during change control discussions, claims or contract disputes.
Qualifications and Experience
Degree in engineering or scientific discipline, with at least 10 years commercial experience working for EPC organisations within a highly regulated industry
Specific experience in dealing with contractual matters and interfacing with legal departments
Good working knowledge of various contract forms including but not limited to NEC3 and FIDIC
Experience of working within a pre contract and post contract role
Experience of working within a project portfolio business and ideally some experience of a manufacturing environment.
Strong negotiating skills
As travel is required on a weekly basis a full UK driving license is required as is the ability to stay overnight on occasion
Due to the nature of the role, the successful candidate will have to obtain UK security clearance therefore we regret that we can only accept applications from individuals who hold a full UK passport and who have lived and worked in the UK for the past five years.