Senior Contract Administrator – Renewables

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Job Description

Key Responsibilities:

Administer project contracts and documents, ensuring compliance with contractual obligations.
Conduct risk assessments and identify contractual risks, bringing them to the attention of the Construction Contracts Manager.
Maintain detailed knowledge of various agreements and effectively manage stakeholders in alignment with contractual requirements.
Draft contractual communications for review by the Construction Contract Manager and/or project team.
Monitor documentation preparation to ensure timely completion of project deliverables.
Ensure awareness of contractual obligations among relevant parties and assist in explaining contract summaries through meetings.
Promptly notify stakeholders of all claims and potential disputes, and assist in compiling necessary information/data to defend the employer’s position.
Process documentation and change protocols associated with Contractor’s variations and claims.
Assist in preparing and issuing pass-through claims regarding project documents.
Draft position papers regarding claims and variations for review by the Contract Manager.
Actively participate in internal and external meetings.
Maintain up-to-date registers for various matters, including bonds, contracts, variations, and claims.

Qualifications and Experience:

Bachelor’s degree in the built environment/engineering and/or construction law preferred.
Minimum of 7 years of experience working with large complex projects in the Energy industry, preferably in the REIPPPP.
Demonstrated knowledge and experience in all facets of Contract Administration and Management within a large-scale project.
Ability to understand and analyze details of non-contractual matters such as engineering, cost control, planning, and construction to provide relevant contractual support.
Strong communication skills, both written and verbal.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Excel, Outlook, Word, and PowerPoint).
Basic understanding of scheduling/planning principles.