Contracts Manager with listed building and heritage

Zoek Pin Wilton, Wiltshire, England

Permanent (Full time)

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A Contracts Manager is required to assist our Design and Management teams. You will be responsible for working within a multi-disciplinary team within this family-run Architectural, Planning and Design Practice serving our well-established client base throughout Southern England. The role involves the management of projects during the latter stages of development, through to and including final completion of new build homes, renovations and conversions of listed buildings, and extensions.

Main Duties and Responsibilities

Main duties and responsibilities of the post holder will include:

* Coordination with project leads to collate and issue of tender documents as applicable.

* Monitoring the tender process; including the production of cost breakdowns / analysis and negotiating with contractors.

* Preparing and issuing contracts to all parties.

* Attending site to carry out inspections, valuations, certificates and snagging during the construction process.

* Assisting as required with preparing specification documentation.

Qualifications

It is envisaged the post holder will have:

* A Foundation Degree or Diploma in the field of construction or similar relevant qualification is preferable but not a requirement.

Experience, Skills and Knowledge

The post holder will have:

* At least 1-2 years’ professional experience, ideally working on residential architecture.

* Experience with JCT Contracts is preferable.

* Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

* Problem solving abilities and attention to detail.

* A good level of experience with the Microsoft Office suite.

General

* To undertake such other duties and responsibilities as are specified and are commensurate with the level of the post.

* This job description only contains the principal accountabilities relating to this post, and does not describe in detail all the duties required to carry them out.

* To ensure his/her personal health, safety and welfare in accordance with legislation.

* Ideally the post holder would possess a current full UK driving licence.

* Ensure that any identified personal training needs are discussed with the Director as part of the CPD process

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