Company: ENGIE
Skills: Contracts Administration, Toolpusher
Education: High School/Secondary
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Location: England, United Kingdom

ENGIE is a leading energy and services company focused on three key activities: production and supply of energy, services and regeneration. Our 17,000 employees combine these capabilities for the benefit of individuals, businesses and communities throughout the UK & Ireland.
We enable customers to embrace a lower carbon, more efficient and increasingly digital world. Our customers benefit from our energy efficient and smart building solutions, the provision of effective and innovative services, the transformation of neighbourhoods through regeneration projects, and the supply of reliable, flexible and renewable energy.
ENGIE improves lives through better living and working environments. We help to balance performance with responsibility, enabling progress in a harmonious way.
Globally, the ENGIE Group employs 160,000 people worldwide and achieved revenues of €60.6 billion in 2018.

ENGIE are recruiting for a Senior Contracts Manager to be based in Southwark . This is a permanent full-time role working Monday to Friday. On offer is a competitive salary, and benefits package.

Working closely with Contract Managers to oversee and supervise a number of contracts from handover to final completion (completion of Defects Liability Period), including preparation of the SHEQ Plan. To understand, implement and adhere to the company SHEQ policy/strategy and ensure all employees reporting to you do the same and being responsible for ensuring that SHEQ requirements are upheld to the highest of standards at all times.

Main Responsibilities/Duties Include:

  • Preparation and management of the contract programme, in conjunction with the Contract Manager
  • Providing project direction, focus and consistency across a number of schemes
  • Assistance in work generation:
    • Providing information for tender bids
    • Attending tender interviews and presentations
    • Maintaining excellent relationships with Clients
    • Abiding by the ENGIE Competition Compliance guidelines

  • Supervision of and responsibility of the Contract Managers and Site Managers, including the following areas;
    • Health and Safety Issues
    • Quality Control
    • Resource allocation and control (in liaison with the Quantity Surveyor)
    • Liaison with the client and contract administrator on both a formal and informal basis
    • Ensure compliance and planning supervisor requirements
    • Ensuring that site set up works is complied with and all licenses, permits etc. and ensuring are in place prior to contract commencement
    • Attendance, preparation and reporting at relevant meetings in relation to their projects
    • To ensure Contract Managers have a clear understanding of the way the job is priced to enable us to take full benefit of any opportunities for variations, change is specification or scope of works to maximise profit

  • To make regular site visits (minimum of one per week) to inspect the job. During these visits the following must be checked:-
    • Check (and sign if required) the Contract Managers, Site Managers weekly check list
    • Ensure that all inspections are being carried out (scaffold inspection, hoist etc)
    • Ensure that all necessary permits are being completed (hot works, abrasive wheels etc
    • Supporting the Contract Managers by

  • Walking the work and carrying out spot inspections
    • Work being carried out to specification
    • Health and Safety issues (scaffold, fire extinguishers etc) - see Apollo Safety at Work handbook
    • Quality Control
    • Site Cleanliness
    • Residents comments
    • Clerk of works comments
    • Any other appropriate checks
    • Check the paperwork is in place
    • Programme status
    • Method Statements
    • Site Diaries
    • Labour Returns
    • Material Requisitions

  • Ensure that all systems in place to ensure works are completed in accordance with the Company's values
  • Providing resource planning and team leadership
  • Be responsible for your safety and others around you
  • Make every effort to attend all mandatory courses related to your role
  • Comply with all the roles and responsibilities as set out within the SHEQ management system
  • Continually promote the company image and develop new relationships with clients and consultants
  • Any other reasonable management request

Required Experience:
  • Extensive experience within contract management
  • Up to date relevant knowledge of building legislation
Skills and abilities
  • Confident oral and written communication skills
  • Financial and commercial awareness
  • Communicate effectively with all those who have a stake in the work
  • Effectively manage time in order to meet deadlines
  • Ability to negotiate and influence
  • Mentor and support others
  • Possess sound management skills
  • Able to deliver high quality presentations to senior members of the Company and Clients

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For more information about ENGIE, please visit:

For this role, you must have evidence of the right to work in the UK. There is no re-location package with this job role. ENGIE do not discriminate on the grounds of age, gender, race, colour, religion, disability or sexual orientation, and we welcome applications from all sections of the community.

The ENGIE Resourcing Team supports this job advert. Agency involvement is not required. All related enquiries must come to the resourcing team not direct to ENGIE Managers.

Additional Information
  • Additional Locations: Europe-England
  • Posting Date: Mar 25, 2021