Manager-Contract Administration

Basic Function:
Monitor, manage, and communicate all aspects of NJNG's pipeline construction contractors as it relates to the Alliance Agreement and/or competitive bidding. Monitor contractor workload to track required complement as it pertains to both alliance contractors. Track unit cost of all construction contractors and communicate variances and trends, provide analysis to improve contractor productivity and quality. Manage the invoicing of the Markout and Traffic control vendors
Major Responsibilities:
Perform daily administrative tasks and review completed documentation and proper accounting system rules to ensure billing is properly allocated
Review weekly contractor workload
Review all miscellaneous charges (bid item 799) of contractor billing
Review contractor performance data and develop and distribute all reports
Track contractor customer satisfaction
Track quality and timeliness of contractor as ?builts
Run monthly unit costs reports and analyze and communicate data
Facilitate monthly alliance meetings.
Review and approve all markout and traffic control invoices
Continually review traffic control needs and make recommendations to lower expenses
Work with engineers to develop any required bid packages
Manage and review contractor qualification process for competitive bidding
Field check contractor work sites
Engage all departments as well as both contractors in order to improve productivity, improve efficiencies for job completion and customer satisfactions, and identifying new methods to improve job quality.
Position Specifications:
Ten years' experience in the gas construction field work is strongly preferred with a five year minimum. Five years' experience in managing construction contracts is strongly preferred. Facilitation, writing and speaking skills are required. Strong interpersonal skills, as well as computer literacy are preferred.
We are an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender identity and/or expression, national origin, disability, veteran, or other protected status.
Wall Corporate Office, Wall, New Jersey, United States of America

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