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Contracts Manager

Contracts Manager

Sunderland

Permanent

Our client is looking for an experienced Contracts Manager to join their team

Duties will include, but are not limited to:

  • Effectively manage and administer all Property Maintenance contracts, setting and delivering performance standards and indicators, proactively monitoring, facilitating progress meetings, developing action plans and leading on the resolution of issues
  • Build and maintain strong effective relationships with the all relevant account managers and local branches to ensure an excellent customer experience is received for the Group
  • Ensure the effective commercial and financial management of contracts. This will include the provision of accurate and timely documentation including supporting the development of associated details for costings and budget setting inline with professional standards
  • Work collaboratively with the Operations Manager in the effective planning of the delivery of the service to maximise efficiencies and the long-term value of the investment made by its customers including appropriate liaison with internal and external stakeholders
  • Effectively review and scrutinise performance data and information, inputting local and specialist knowledge into the financial planning process with the production of individual and accurate cash flow models
  • Produce timely and accurate reports for the Executive Team and Senior Leadership regarding any potential risk and/ or efficiencies, including any improvements to operations
  • Effectively monitor and control financial budgets contained within the service and the overall financial management of the contract
  • Ensure the procurement of the contract is successfully implemented and that financial resources are monitored and controlled in accordance with professional standards and policies, procedures, and core values
  • Ensure the Group meets all Social Value requirements as outlined
  • Undertake regular CPD (Continuing Personal Development)

The successful support worker will have:

  • Educated to degree level or equivalent in a relevant field and/or professionally qualified in construction management discipline or related, or ability to demonstrate relevant experience (preferred)
  • Driving Licence and access to own vehicle (preferred)

If you believe that you are well-suited to the role then please apply. For additional information, please contact Ellie Parkinson at Sellick Partnership.

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