Parsons Corporation Principal Contract Administrator in Jazan, Saudi Arabia
Minimum Clearance Required to Start:
You help when needed, even before you're asked
You realize that when the people in your group need support, they sometimes don't want to ask. And so you step in with the spirit of camaraderie to get them past their obstacles. It's just that mentoring comes naturally to you, which is why you are such a strong manager. Your empathetic style allows people to accept your leadership. You will be highly valued here.
We're powered by the group energy of collaboration
When we put our heads together, our thought processes build on each other to produce better solutions. If you can lead a team to express ideas while respecting those of others, you're the manager we need. We credit the stimulating perspectives that keep us ahead to the diversity of our workforce. We welcome, include, and promote people of all backgrounds.
1. Principal Objective:
Participates in post-award contract administration functions including fulfilling and meeting contract requirements, negotiations and contract administration. Supports and advises the Senior Resident Construction Manager (SRCM), Section Managers, and the Director of Construction in all legal matters and Royal Commission contractual matters to meet contractual compliance.
2. Organizational Relationship:
Reports to the SRCM and provides support to the Senior Resident Construction Engineers in all contractual matters. Interfaces with SAPL and Royal Commission Construction Managers, and occasionally Royal Commission Senior Management in supporting legal and contractual positions and negotiates directly with senior Contractor personnel.
3. Major Activities Performed:
Maintains a legal and contractual liaison between the RC, Contractor and SAPL Management.
Manages contract administration functions on post award and provide consultation on contractual obligations.
Works on preparation of Request for Proposal, verification of accuracy of bid packages.
Assist in processing claims, back charges, and invoices.
Supports authorized Representative in preparation and negotiations of contract modifications.
Coordinates with Senior Resident Construction Manager and Resident Construction Engineers relating to field administration of contracts.
Responsible for the timely preparation of legal and contractual documents such as; Letters of Instructions (LOIs), Contract Change Orders / Modifications, Insurance Documents, Sub-Contractor Approval packages, Certificate of Final Acceptance (COFA), and other legal or contractual packages as needed.
Prepares and negotiates cost impacts and schedule changes with Contractor for contract Change Orders / Modifications - as a member of the Construction Negotiation Team
Prepares contract initial and final acceptance, certificates of maintenance and coordinates contract closeout.
Communicate with AE contractor on all contractual and administrative issues.
Perform periodic performance evaluation of all AE contractors.
Prepares and maintains records of activity and status of contracts to ensure compliance with contract terms and conditions.
Reviews and assists in resolving and processing claims, back charges, invoices.
Performs other duties as assigned by the Contract Administrator Supervisor.
4. Experience and Qualifications:
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering, Construction Management, Science, Law Degree or related field from a recognized university.
Minimum of ten (10) years of experience in contract administration, contract award, negotiation, or legal affairs. Mideast Experience is a plus.
Must be fluent in English and effectively communicate in both spoken and written skills regarding contract issues.
Knowledge of computers and basic software applications: MS Office (Word, Excel, Power Point).
We create memorable customer experiences that do the talking for us
It's simple - or is it? We connect with our customers and do more for them than they would expect. What's more, they can tell that we enjoy doing it. As a manager, you'll be a key player in encouraging the responsiveness, empathy, commitment, and desire to give back the best customer experience that each of us has ever had. In our diverse, inclusive environment, the contributions of every unique individual are welcomed and rewarded.
Parsons is an equal opportunity, drug-free employer committed to diversity in the workplace. Minority/Female/Disabled/Protected Veteran/LGBTQ+. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to an individual’s race, color, religion, national origin, ethnicity, union affiliation, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, pregnancy, employable physical or mental disability, veteran status, genetic information, immigration status, or any other basis protected by all applicable laws.