Job Title

CONTRACT MANAGER (AIP)

South Africa, Kwazulu Natal
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Area: South Africa, Kwazulu Natal
Sector: Construction
Posted: 28 June 2024

Job Details

SCOPE OF WORK

Stock Management:

  • Ensure weekly stock counts are completed and compliant with company policy. 
  • Ensure compliance with the planned maintenance schedule.
  • Ensure daily vehicles and equipment checklist are always complied with and up to date.
  • Ensure all repairs identified and required are attended to as soon as possible. • Manage intercompany / regional assets transfer and ensure compliance with company policy.

Scaffold:

• Manage scaffold counts twice per year and ensure reliability of count results.

• Monitor asset condition and make recommendations to Exco for scaffold replacement.

• Compile scaffolding utilisation plan for projects, maintenance and shutdowns.

• Ensure compliance with scaffolding refurbishment in accordance to legal requirements

 

Asset Rentals:

• Find optimal utilisation of own assets regionally, inter-region and inter-company.

• Make rent vs. purchase recommendations to Exco on all asset types.

• Seek opportunities where unutilised assets can be rented to external customers.

 

Profitability:

• Support the implementation of specific Product Line(s) strategies.

• Ensuring delivery of key business drivers (HSE, Profitability, Quality, Efficiency) for the Product Line within function and in alignment with client contract specifications and contract specific cost and profit parameters.

• Seek high margin specialised services opportunities.

• Review annual budgets and seek cost savings and revenue growth opportunities.

• Weekly cost and revenue control, reporting on actuals and forecasting on remaining periods

 

NCRs:

• Documenting policies and demonstrating policy compliance.

• Prepare and include a project progress checklist providing processes requiring a sequence of events, to track project progress.

• Stay up to date on laws and regulations.

• Conduct compliance audits regularly

• Having an in-depth knowledge and understanding of the client contract requirements

 

Business Development:

Business Planning and Reporting:

• Develop annual Product Line budgets in alignment with strategic plans.

• Monitor and report on performance against plan, making changes / corrective actions as required and evaluating results against plan and       financial results. Business Development:

• Identifying, investigating, and negotiating new business opportunities, including enhancement and extension of existing contracts.

• Building strong relationships with standalone customers to enhance Service Line sales

 

Staff Management and Performance:

• Ensuring that there is sufficient and competent resources to satisfy on-going contract and project demand.

• Leading, managing, and developing business unit staff

 

SHERQ:

• Ensure that all employees are fully competent and compliant.

• Immediately notify 16.1 of any incidents and protect 16.1 appointee risk at all times.

• Ensure that tools, equipment, vehicles, PPE and accessories are in safe working condition at all times.

• Be familiar with site / project specific safety requirements.

 

B-BBEE:

• Participate in National Employment Equity meetings.

• Participate in identifying Corporate Social Investment Opportunities in the local community.

• Ensure compliance with client/contract and project specific local recruitment requirements.

• Participate in identifying and on-boarding Enterprise and Supplier Development entities.

 

HR/IR:

• Ensure on-time recruitment of competent employees.

• Identify training needs and recommend training aligned with transformation targets.

• Engage with unions to maintain a stable environment.

• Ensure local maintenance and shutdown recruitment targets are adhered to.

• Enforce disciplinary action aligned with company policy.

• Control head count is aligned with contract provisions and client contract requirements.

• Ensure shutdown human resource plan is compiled timeously and own resource and new recruit balance found.

 

Minimum Qualifications and Experience required:

• Minimum of 10 years of experience in industrial services industry with bachelor’s degree in Engineering or similar.

• Post graduate qualification in Management is preferred.

• Must have minimum 10 years Petrochemical experience (Oil and Gas)

• Knowledgeable in industrial services stages, technical coordination, project costing & budgeting and progress reporting skills and planning of manpower and materials.

• Knowledgeable in logistics strategies, procurement budget and cost control

• Able to produce clear management reports and KPI’s in a manner that can be understood by all to enhance the productivity of the business.

• Excellent Analytical and problem-solving skills to ensure an ongoing pipeline of profitable work, labour and materials.

• Understanding of contract documentation. Meeting with clients throughout the contracts to ensure that they are set up & run-in compliance with the contract.

• Encourage stop/work authority and reporting of all incidents.

 

Attributes:

• Safety awareness

• To understand and deliver good customer service and establish and maintain good stakeholder relationships internal and external stakeholders.

• Good attention to detail

• To demonstrate good time management and project management skills

• Goal-oriented and solutions-driven

• Positive attitude

• Excellent interpersonal and management skills and clear ability to take responsibility and leadership.

• Mentorship abilities