Parsons Corporation Construction Administrator in Burnaby, British Columbia
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Parsons is now hiring a Contract Administrator (Construction Administration Specialist) for our rapidly expanding team in British Columbia to work on various engineering and construction management projects. You will be responsible for administering contracts in support of world-class projects. In this role, you will perform contract administration assignments for projects with constructed values typically in the $10 to $50 million range with clients in the private and public sectors.
Drafts contracts for largeengineering/constructionmanagement projects. Proposes alternative text/clauses to client contracts, as appropriate for the Company business.
Ensures that the contract is thoroughly reviewed for legal, risk management, tax, and accounting issues prior to submitting to management for approval.
Participates as a member of the negotiating team, consisting of business development and project management personnel, for establishing business terms and contract conditions.
Monitors and administers the business provisions of assigned contracts to ensure compliance with contractual terms and conditions.
Advises the Contracts Manager regarding scope, financial, and risk issues of applicable contracts.
Generates and maintains documentation for negotiating change orders. Prices and drafts change orders and amendments. Follows through to ensure that contractual coverage is implemented.
Prepares letters to clients requesting approvals and interpretations required to comply with the provisions of the contract.
Collaborates with Procurement personnel on project subcontract matters.
Monitors project expenditures versus contract cost limitations.
Prepares letters to clients notifying them of contract cost limitations and requirements for additional funds.
Prepares project/facility acceptance documents and follows through to ensure acceptances are approved by the client.
Furnishes business and financial information requested by the client, as delegated by the Project Manager.
Identifies contractual problems and takes appropriate action to ensure a satisfactory resolution.
Follows up on problems demanding management attention to ensure a timely response to the client.
Performs other responsibilities associated with this position as may be appropriate.
Degree or Diploma in Construction Management or Civil Engineering, and/or combination of related experience
5+ years of construction contract administration experience is required
Prefer experience with largeengineering/constructionprojects in the Western Canada region
Requires a working knowledge of industry business practices and the negotiation of prime contracts
Incumbent must also possess strong written and oral communication skills, excellent interpersonal skills
Working knowledge of PC software packages typically associated with contract administration
Minimum Clearance Required to Start:
This position is part of our Critical Infrastructure team.
For more than 75 years, our experts have designed and delivered the critical infrastructure that connects and protects communities around the world. We work in diverse, collaborative teams, both within the company and with our partners and customers, to plan, design, build, and modernize infrastructure. We take special pride in projects and solutions that improve communities as well as people’s quality of life by promoting economic growth, enhancing mobility, and increasing sustainability and resiliency. Powered by our people, we provide the imagination necessary to support our customers’ visions—and to help them see new possibilities.
We value our employees and want our employees to take care of their overall wellbeing, which is why we offer best-in-class benefits such as health, vision, dental, employer paid provincial care premiums, Defined Contribution Pension Plan (DCPP), Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA), Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP), life insurance, paid time off, sick leave, all province observed holidays off, and gym membership discounts to fit your busy lifestyle!
The position may require a COVID vaccination or an approved accommodation/exemption for a disability/medical condition or religious belief as required by customer requirements and some cases federal, state, provincial or local mandates.
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