8 months ago
Contracts Manager x 3: Contract, London, Duration: 15-months, Rate: £440/day umbrella
KEY Skills: Supplier Performance, VFM, KPI, Change Control, SLA, Westminster, UK Space Agency, Security Clearance, SC
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS – FRIDAY 21ST DECEMBER @ 1200
In what is an excellent opportunity for a Contracts Manager with security clearance, the department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy is looking for three Contract Managers to conduct the day-to-day management of contractual relationships between several suppliers and the UK Space Agency.
The role will be based in Westminster, but will require some ad-hoc travel within the South-East of England.
Duties will involve:
The successful Contract Managers will;
Measure KPIs, review & challenge KPIs on an on-going basis.
Run Change Management & Control.
Monitor service levels/claim service credits.
Conduct joint risk management and joint improvement plans.
Maintain and update contract baseline (Financials, Assets and Performance).
To be considered for the post, candidates MUST have current Security Check (SC) clearance. The client is unable to wait to sponsor fresh or renewal applications unfortunately.
In addition, you’ll have the following;
Broad commercial experience in managing contracts, supplier relationship management and associated toolsets.
Previous experience of managing suppliers and the associated contracts.
Experience of PRINCE2 and Agile project management methodology (desirable not mandatory).
Previous experience of translating requirements into change control documentation and managing the associated procurement process.
To discuss this Contracts Manager vacancy please contact: Mike Baldwin 0161 474 6855
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