Contracts Manager - Roofing

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Recruiter
Solutions Recruitment
Location
Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne And Wear
Salary
35000.0000
Posted
23 Jul 2017
Closes
22 Aug 2017
Sector
Engineering
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Contracts Manager - Roofing (Slating & Tiling)
Based North East England
Basic Salary up to £45000
Benefits include company car / car allowance, pension, holidays and others.

The role of Contracts Manager will be managing a portfolio of Slating & Tiling projects in an efficient manner, ensuring a high level of customer satisfaction, completing all projects on time and within budget, maximising gross profit without compromising quality.

Comfortable and proficient in taking ownership of projects including the key measures of meeting deadlines, managing budget, reporting to management, and having overall responsibility for on time delivery and successful completion.

Your time will be split approximately 70% office-based, 30% site-based.

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Successful project management experience relating to slating & tiling contracts on new build and refurbishment projects
Experience with roofing, specialised cladding or exterior architectural products
Driving licence
CSCS card, any level
SSSTS

KEY ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES


Take project handover from Sales
Set up project with contractor (pre-start meeting)
Check relevant details of contract
Resolve contractual issues
Handle general communication from contractor
Define scope and stages
Review project planning system
Arrange and attend site visits
Attend 'senior' site visits
Survey substrates and works
Report and follow-up from site visit
Supervise installation H&S
Deliver H&S toolbox talks
Check scope of works
Hand over stages to technician
Supervise production process
Source specialist suppliers
Issue preliminary installation details
Create & issue H&S package
Order plant
Resolve installation queries
Handle on-site design changes
Manage attendances on site
Provide general fixings
Review project budget
Monitor changes to budget
Raise potential variations
Obtain approval for variations
Agree final account