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Commercial Managers

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Full Time
Job Type

Commercial Manager

Don’t miss your opportunity to join our Rail Commercial team. Based in either London, Swindon, Bristol or Crewe, you will be part of a commercial team responsible for providing commercial advice and support to Amey’s contracts with the Rail sector.
As the Commercial Manager you will work closely with the commercial team and operational business to implement best practice to maximise value and minimise risk for both Amey and our customers. You will be responsible for a number of commercial processes such as; cost capture, valuation, procurement, reporting and ensuring recovery of all contractual entitlements.

What the role involves

  • Implement commercial processes to ensure contractual entitlement is realised
  • Implement Group commercial processes for cost capture, valuation, procurement and reporting
  • Management of Subcontractor accounts in line with agreed subcontract
  • Ensure maximum recovery of all contractual entitlements
  • Prepare commercial reports including Cost Value Reconciliations and cash flows
  • Exercise full cost control of project(s) including providing and monitoring budgets and forecasts in conjunction with the management team
  • Leading on the production of weekly/monthly cost and value reconciliations and forecasts and providing advice to the management team
  • Manage all aspects of subcontract procurement and payment
  • Support the tender processes and strategy as required
  • Provide all cost/commercial information required under the Contract(s) (S-Curves, Forecasts)
  • Ensure that the Client receives no commercial “surprises”
  • With each application for payment submit final anticipated Client outturn costs
  • Submit in a timely manner Change Requests, with price and programme effects, for subsequent agreement 
  • Provide sound commercial and contractual advice to the Project Manager and other team members
  • Proactively instil commercial awareness throughout the project team
  • Manage and develop individuals within the commercial team
  • Participate in regular monthly safety meetings

The successful applicant

To be the successful applicant you will be experienced within commercial management/quantity surveying and hold a relevant, recognised qualification. Rail industry experience is greatly beneficial but not critical. It is fundamental that you have the ability to develop and implement efficient commercial processes to improve commercial practices and ensure value for money within the contract. The ability to confidently demonstrate your commercial management skill and knowledge will assist you at interview stage.