Fluor Project Contracts Director in Farnborough, United Kingdom

Job Description:

Based in Farnborough, Hampshire, Fluor Limited is the UK operating arm of Fluor Corporation, one of the world’s largest and most successful engineering, procurement, fabrication, construction, maintenance and project management services companies. Fluor employs over 60,000 people globally and serves more than 4000 clients in over 100 countries. Fluor Ltd has been operating in the UK since 1957 and have over 3,500 UK employees, 1,200 of whom are based in our modern Farnborough campus.

From our Farnborough campus we execute world class projects for leading clients in Oil and Gas, Petrochemical, Nuclear, Power, Life Sciences, Advanced Manufacturing, Mining, Industrial, Transportation, Telecommunications and Government sectors. Such projects range from early studies and conceptual designs to basic design/front-end engineering design packages (FEEDs), through to detailed design, engineering, procurement, fabrication and construction.

Project Contracts Director

We are looking for candidates who will be required to apply their extensive Contracts knowledge to Fluor project execution by using their technical expertise based upon home office and field contracting experiences on major and complex projects.

Candidates:-

Will have successfully led and directed the contracts team effort from cradle to grave, on at least two major/complex onshore Oil and Gas EPCm projects each with total installed cost value in excess of $2 billion

Will have been personally responsible for the evaluation, negotiation, award and post-contract management of site construction contracts individually valued in excess of $20 million.

Will be able to demonstrate extensive knowledge and experience of all aspects of contracts engineering and contract management in the home office and field, including initial project set up (Manpower planning, execution planning, contracting procedures, systems, documentation etc.), risk assessment (Prime Contract, commercial, schedule and project execution risks), Terms and Conditions development including Prime Contract flow-down, contracting strategy development at overall and individual contract level, bidder prequalification, contract scope verification, RFP development, tender evaluation/clarification, negotiation, contract award, post award site contractor management including progress and productivity assessment, change management claims resolution, and close out.

Will be fully conversant with and have sound practical application experience of the various commercial reimbursement models including re-measurable unit rate, fixed price lump sum and Incentivised.

Will have sound knowledge of change management and claims prevention strategy and methodology

Will have sufficient knowledge and understanding of design engineering and construction to be able to evaluate contract scopes for completeness and suitability and interrogate design to evaluate quantity growth potential.

Will have gained significant site experience and will be able to demonstrate their knowledge of the scope, activity sequencing and typical commercial risk areas of the major construction trades including civil, structural, buildings, mechanical, piping, E&I.

Will also have experience in the evaluation and award of pre-fabrication, module fabrication, logistics and Process Licensor contracts.

Will have good market knowledge and awareness

As well as offering interesting job opportunities, a competitive salary, nine day fortnight, and a comprehensive benefits package, Fluor actively encourages career and personal development

Advert commences 13 September and Closes on the 11 October 2018

Job ID: 111328BR

City: Farnborough

State: Hampshire

Country: United Kingdom

We reserve the right to modify or revise the job descriptions in part or in its entirety. Reasonable accommodations will be made in accordance with governing law.

We are an equal opportunity employer that recognizes the value of a diverse workforce. All qualified individuals will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, genetic information, or any other criteria protected by federal, state or local law.