ASST. MANAGER, CONTRACTS (ENGINEERING)QatarEnergy Featured Employer
ASST. MANAGER, CONTRACTS (ENGINEERING)
Primary Purpose of Job
Assist in planning, controlling, managing and developing the Contracts Department with the capability to provide expertise, advice and supervision throughout the tendering process, from tender preparation to award and release of contract, during contract administration and in any other contractual matters relevant to QatarEnergy Departments while maintaining integrity and business ethics. Ensure that the QatarEnergy's regulations, policies, guidelines, processes and procedures related to tendering, contract preparation/award and contract administration are followed. As a service provider, ensure that the assigned Sponsoring departments in QatarEnergy are provided with a quality contractual service related to tendering, contract award/preparation and contract administration. Provide guidance to assigned sponsoring departments in the execution of contracts related. Ensure that the Division fulfils and operates within the defined roles and responsibilities. Supervise staff in the Division, monitor performance, and take corrective action as required. Meet regularly with Managers and staff from assigned sponsoring departments to enhance working relationship and as a means to monitor Division's overall performance as measured against the Department's key performance indicators (KPIs). Assist in developing and improving tender/contract processes, policies, guidelines, models, and procedures. Reviews / contributes in finalisation of Project Execution Strategies prepared by assigned end-user departments in QatarEnergy. Represents Contracts Department in different tenders and working committees, internally and externally, as assigned.
B.Sc. in Engineering Discipline or equivalent.
Experience & Skills
15 years multi-disciplinary experience in various strata of contract management, including 8 years Oil & Gas Industry in a managerial position with maturity to provide consistent quality engineering business advice. Substantial knowledge and hands-on experience of tendering and contracting practices. Good oral and written English language with proficiency in contract verbalism, good report writing, analytical and computer skills. Sound knowledge of international and national contract engineering business standards, laws and byelaws. Effective leadership / motivation skills.