21 Sep, 2018
Joining us as our Contract Administrator, you will have a key focus on managing the administration and governance of contracts across our NSW/ACT business. Your knowledge and experience in managing risk will see you become a valued member of our Procurement team as you look towards improving the way in which we source and engage panel contractors. You will consider yourself a strong communicator with the ability to build positive working relationships. This trait will allow you to form successful partnerships with multiple stakeholders including the broader Procurement team, Operations and Finance. Under the guidance of the Procurement Manager, key areas of responsibility will include: Maintain and manage a contract register (including administering the contract information systems). For example, contract alerts and renewals. Execute the contract administration documents and tasks to support vendor contracts throughout the contract lifecycle. Work together with the Purchasing team (operational procurement) to assist the procurement (Tactical and Strategic) team. Maintain strong relationships with internal stakeholders and work with them to identify opportunities and strategies to improve cost, quality, safety, and other key business deliverables. Support Regional sourcing and contracting activities in line with agreed sourcing strategies, with a particular focus on Contractors (Panels). Support implementation and compliance of regional contractor panels, and champion contractor management best practice within the region. Maintain all administration around contract management and reporting. Ensure the necessary contract and supplier performance management activities are undertaken and executed in a timely manner. Key skills and experience: Training and/or experience in Business Administration. Experience in a procurement role using Oracle or equivalent enterprise solution. Demonstrated experience in supplier engagement and management. Understanding of contract administration and management. Strong organisational skills and the ability to prioritise complex competing deadlines. Experience or qualifications in Supply Chain, Project Management, Procurement or Purchasing are an advantage but not essential. **Flexible working hours will be considered for suitable candidates** An attractive remuneration package commensurate with the skills and experience required for a role of this importance will be negotiated with the successful candidate. If you are interested in this opportunity please press Apply or visit http://careers.boral.com.au Boral values and is committed to creating a diverse working environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All suitable applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, disability or age. Boral is an international building products and construction materials group with three strong divisions: the high-performing, well-positioned materials business of Boral Australia; the fast-growing, 50%-owned USG Boral interior linings joint venture in Asia, Australia and the Middle East; and Boral North America, a scaled and growing building products and fly ash business. With its headquarters in Sydney, Australia, Boral had approximately 16,500 full-time equivalent employees (including in JVs) working across over 700 operating sites in 17 countries as at 30 June 2017.
Boral Sydney, Sydney Region