Contracts & Procurement Specialist

Posted 24 June 2024
Job type Temporary

Job description

Job Title: Contracts & Procurement Specialist
Employer: DFP Recruitment client
Position Type: 12 month Temporary Contract
Pay Rate: Competitive
Location: Bentley, WA 6102
Role Overview: Manage all aspects of project supplier requirements, including procurement, contract management and contract close-out and responsible for supplier sourcing and contract management from ideation to contract completion.
Key Responsibilities;
  • Accountable for procuring project supplier
  • Project lead supplier
  • Management of project supply
  • Responsible for management review of proposals, tenders and contracts and ensuring that all legal and contractual matters relating to tenders and proposals are addressed efficiently and promptly.
  • Responsible for implementation of, and adherence to, business procurement and contract management policies and procedures.
  • Maintains contract documentation and contract administration systems to ensure a full and complete record of all contract information is kept.
  • Ensuring legal, regulatory and statutory compliance in the development of contracting strategies and contracts.
Essential to be successful in this role;
  • 5-10 years’ experience working in a similar capacity on high value infrastructure projects in Australia.
  • 5-10 years’ experience developing and managing supply
  • 5-10 years’ experience contract managing engineering, supply and construction contracts, I.e. EPC, ECI, EPCM, etc.
  • Good written and oral communication skills and prior experience in preparation of tender responses.
  • The ability to work both within a team and independently and collaborate with people from different organisations.
  • A proven ability in coordinating complex contracts and providing advisory
  • A proven ability to build and maintain relationships with key stakeholders both internally and externally.
  • Solid understanding of procurement for large scale project
  • Solid experience in claims management.
  • Understanding of legal, financial and accounting
  • Sound knowledge of procurement and contract best practices
  • Extensive knowledge and understanding of contract development and documentation in several of the following areas:
    • engineering, supply chain and construction
    • contract risk, risk management and mitigation; and
    • project governance and
How to apply: If you are interested in this opportunity, please submit your resume. If you have any questions regarding the role which is not listed, please contact Taylor Robinson at 

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