Senior Contract Manager saught after by leading European Contractor for multi-million dollar hydro-electric scheme in North America.
Based on site your nearest airport will be St John's, Newfoundland in Canada, which is roughly 1 hour and 50 minutes flight from the project. Newfoundland is only a 5 hour flight from the UK.
As Senior Contracts Manager you will be responsible for handling claims and in particular variations and change orders. Ideally you will have come from a Quantity Surveying background although engineers will not be discounted. You will be supported by a contract administrator and a planner.
You must have worked on a hydro-power project in order to be considered for this role as part of the client requirements. You must also hold a relevant construction or engineering degree and ideally you will be professionally associated.
The contract is for an initial 4 year period, however, work is expected to run beyond this point. You will be employed on a rotation basis with 3 months and 2 weeks off. Flights provided. Ideally you will be single status although family can stay in St John's if necessary. On site you will be provided with your own accommodation and transport.
This is a senior level position and experience at this level is essential.
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