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Senior Commercial and Contract Manager (Alliance)

Employer
Sheffield Hallam University
Location
Sheffield, South Yorkshire
Salary
£40,927 to £51,799 (pro rata) dependent on experience
Closing date
29 Jun 2022
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This is a great opportunity to join an award-winning Estates and Facilities team. In April 2022, the team won the “Estates and Facilities Team of the Year” as awarded by Association of University Directors of Estates (AUDE).

Now is a great time to work at Sheffield Hallam University Estates & Facilities and work on the delivery of our ambitious campus plan that will drive improvements across the Estate creating an outstanding campus experience for staff and students; shaping the University and city centre for future generations.

To deliver the capital development programme (value circa £300 million), the team have developed the industry-leading Hallam Alliance.

The specific focus of his role is to lead on supply chain management of the Alliance, including the ongoing management of the contract, supplier performance management and value management reporting. This will include regular performance reviews, implementing continual improvement initiatives, negotiating deeds of variation as required, contract extensions, inflation uplifts, regular audits on schemes, reviewing performance reports and drafting internal reports.

The role will involve commercial and contract management of various Hallam Alliance schemes as Client representative. This will involve negotiating a variety of contract terms including; contract data for new schemes, negotiation of third-party agreements such as bonds and warranties and negotiation of sub-contract terms. The role will also involve providing commercial and cost advise to the Scheme Alliance Board representative and Client Project Managers.

You will need to demonstrate strong communication skills, be able to work collaboratively, think commercially, self-manage your workload and have a track record of delivering results.

Ideally, you should be familiar with the RICS APC process, in order to provide the Councillor role for our Degree Apprentice. It would also be beneficial if you are able to demonstrate a track record of training and developing staff in previous roles.

For this job we particularly welcome applications from minority ethnic candidates and female candidates who are underrepresented in this area/ this type of job at Sheffield Hallam.

We also welcome applications for job-share, part-time and flexible working arrangements.

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