Commercial Contract Manager
About the Company:
Our client is the UK’s most experienced and capable provider of end-to-end solutions for heat networks.
They make a success of heat networks owned by local authorities, housing associations and private developers. They help to optimise energy efficiency, manage renewable energy, and focus on well performing schemes, whilst minimising costs to the resident.
They have the largest team dedicated to community and district heating with over 150 staff across the UK.
Purpose of the Commercial Contract Manager Role:
The role will be responsible for proactively creating a best practice environment in relation to developing, negotiating and closing contracts. Working within the Business Development Team and Client Account Managers to support and assist the company with the negotiation and signing of Switch2 contract and tender reviews and also standard form JCT/NEC contracts and O&M agreements. As the Commercial Contracts Manager you will safeguard the company’s interests in all aspects of the commercial contracts and business risk. You will be the subject matter expert for all contracts, negotiate contracts/agreements and provide commercial knowledge and guidance to the directors and SMT. As the Commercial Contract Manager you will be responsible for managing complex client and supplier contracts. This includes managing and drafting change notices for changes in requirements.
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Commercial Contract Manager Requirements:
If you think that you are suitable for this Commercial Contract Manager role, please apply now!….. click apply for full job details
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