Contract Administrator
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The Practice:

Our client is a renowned Australian architectural practice with a rich history spanning decades. They are recognised for our innovative and sustainable design solutions, driven by a strong commitment to creating positive social and environmental impacts.

The Role:

Opportunity exists for a Contract Administrator to join our dynamic team on a part-time basis, ideally 0.6 FTE.

Responsibilities:

The Contract Administrator will play a pivotal role in coordinating and overseeing the contractual aspects of their architectural and interior design projects. Key responsibilities include:

• Scrutinising and analysing contracts to ensure appropriate commercial and legal content
• Engaging external legal/insurance experts for contract reviews as required
• Facilitating contract negotiations and revisions with clients, subconsultants, and internal stakeholders
• Managing the entire contract signing process from initiation to completion
• Maintaining meticulous contract documentation, including filing, version control, and record keeping
• Proactively identifying and addressing contract risks, issues, and inconsistencies, proposing effective solutions
• Assisting in resolving contract disputes or claims, involving legal and project teams as necessary
• Crafting sub-consultancy agreements with precision

Skills and Experience:

• A solid foundation in legal principles and procurement or construction law;
• At least two years of local work experience in a Contracts Administration role or similar, ideally gained within a building or architectural practice;
• Deep understanding of commercial and legal matters pertaining to consultancy contracts and risk management;
• Exceptional attention to detail and strong analytical prowess
• Outstanding communication and negotiation abilities, both written and verbal
• Ability to thrive in a collaborative team environment
• Robust organisational skills and the ability to prioritise tasks effectively in a fast-paced environment
• An unwavering commitment to accuracy and excellence, coupled with a forward-thinking approach

Core Behaviours:

• Organized and meticulous in approach
• Resourceful and adaptable in addressing challenges
• Motivated and self-driven with a strong work ethic
• Client-focused and committed to exceeding expectations
• Collaborative and team-oriented, fostering a supportive work environment
• Pragmatic and solution-oriented, able to navigate complex situations effectively

Benefits:

• Competitive salary package commensurate with experience and skills
• Opportunity to contribute to a diverse portfolio of exciting projects
• Collaborative and supportive work environment that values individual contributions
• Comprehensive professional development opportunities to enhance your expertise
• The chance to make a meaningful impact on the built environment

To Apply:

Please call Leigh Monro on 0451 674 977 or apply via the links.

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Associate Director
Leigh Monro
leigh.monro@plannedresources.com.au
+61 451 674 977

Your gender, gods, sex life, skin colour, or big-shot uncle don’t make a difference here. If you’re smart and good at what you do, then come as you are.

We’re committed to working with and providing accommodations to individuals with disabilities. Please let us know if you need an accommodation at any stage of the interview process.
 
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