Job Overview

Possess the skills to manage all facets of the subcontract process including negotiating and reviewing tenders including preparation of tender comparison for review.

 

Have good negotiation skills with a strong financial and administrative focus.

 

Prepare, check and review subcontract packages, payment schedules, scopes, lettings and procurement schedules and maintain records.

 

Understand and manage subcontractor contractual risk.

 

Process progress claims, variation claims, extension of time claims and external variations according to contractual obligations.

 

Assist in the preparation and administration of project completion and inspection test plans.

 

Process progress claims, variation claims, extension of time claims and external variations according to contractual obligations.

 

Assist in the preparation and administration of project completion and inspection test plans.

 

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About the Naval Shipbuilding College

The Naval Shipbuilding College is an Australian Government initiative supporting the naval shipbuilding industry and associated supply chain in identifying, and skilling, the workforce needed to build and sustain the Royal Australian Navy’s future fleet.

The Australian Government is investing $90 billion in constructing some of the most technologically advanced ships and submarines in the world, which will play a pivotal role in ensuring the defence of our borders and stability of our region.

This investment will create approximately 15,000 jobs across many diverse job families. There is a career to suit every Australian, including unqualified workers, first year apprentices and graduates, and experienced professionals.

By collaborating with training and education providers in all states and territories, the Naval Shipbuilding College is ensuring endorsed courses align specifically with the skill requirements of the shipbuilding industry.

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RELEVANT QUALIFICATIONS

  • Diploma in Business (Procurement)
  • Diploma of Procurement and Contracting
  • Bachelor of Supply Chain Logistics
  • Bachelor of Business
  • Bachelor of Global Logistics and Maritime Management
  • Masters of Business Administration (Maritime and Logistics Management)

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