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- Key management roles in a dynamic, high profile business
- Establish innovative and imaginative commercial strategies
- Play a vital part in maximising effectiveness and best value
- Enjoy award-winning professional development opportunities (CIPS Awards 2011)
If you’re looking for the most exciting opportunities in commercial management, your search ends here. Revitalising Britain’s railway, our remit’s as vast as it is challenging – we’re involved in some of the most diverse, ambitious ventures Britain has ever seen, including Crossrail, Europe’s largest engineering project. Add your expertise to ours, and you’ll help us transform the way people travel.
Our newly re-launched Infrastructure Projects business unit has a key role to play in rebuilding and renewing our railway. Encompassing four regional delivery units, a national Signalling division, Thameslink and the Railway Communication System programmes, it's totally focused on one all-important aim. To deliver every capital project at maximum effectiveness and best value through top-quality control and management.
Join our high-powered team and you’ll have every opportunity to use your skills and energy to the full. This dynamic and challenging role will see you responsible for all post-contract commercial contract management and support pre-contract activity relating to each programme of works. Establishing and implementing appropriate commercial strategies, you'll lead price negotiations and the review of contractor delivery and initiate estimate and risk & value management of projects.
- Firm grasp of railway and construction industry conditions of contract
- Proven negotiating skills
- Experience of resolution of construction contract disputes
- Education to degree level or equivalent
Our team is second to none. Through our work, we deliver the projects that keep Britain moving – resulting in better value for its train operators, and an improved experience for the millions who depend on these services every day.
Network Rail welcomes applications from a diverse range of candidates regardless of background, disability or gender and is committed to creating a workforce as diverse as the communities we serve.
To find out more about this position and apply, please visit our website by clicking apply and insert ‘IRC590955’ for Bristol or 'IRC590959' for Swindon into the keyword search.
Closing date: 15 April 2012.