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Job Title: Contracts Engineer / Administrator

Location: Lagos, Nigeria

Employer: Sea Trucks Group (STG)

Reports to: Contracts Manager

Responsible for

•   Carrying out all tasks in a professional and competent manner with due regard for the health and safety of themselves and others who may be affected by their actions and the protection of the environment;

•   Upholding and ensuring compliance with Company’s HSSE requirements and business principles, both within the organization, and with Client /subcontractors;

•   Following a thorough and systematic approach in managing contractual matters between company and contractor and preparing commercial and contractual correspondence during the implementation of the contracts;

•   Ensuring tracking systems are maintained for all contractual variation and claims;

•   Ensuring accurate and comprehensive Contract records and reports are produced and maintained for Site Instructions, Contract Change Requests, Contracts Changes (actual and foreseen), and any supporting communications or documentation;

•   Liaise with PM in order to prepare, negotiate and ensure execution of all Variation Orders with clients and subcontractors;

•   Providing commercial and contractual advice to Project Manager;

•   Assisting in the preparation of all invoices to client in accordance with contract terms and manage the process ensuring timely payments;

•   Attending periodic (weekly) progress meetings, and ensure that the minutes reflect an unbiased record of the discussions and issues addressed;

•   Reviewing and verifying Contractor’s Monthly Progress Reports before issue to Client;

•   Assisting in evaluation of Contractor’s contractual claims, and recommendations for financial settlement;

•   Assisting the settlement of the Contract Final Account;

•   Assisting in processing insurance claims and vendor back charges with the appropriate Company department.;

•   Supporting and monitoring Company free issued equipment and material from Client and to sub-contractor and potential results of late (or early) delivery;

•   Supporting and monitoring Company issued Technical Information, including IFC drawings, specifications and any revisions, to Client and sub-contractor and potential contractual or commercial results of late delivery.

Education and Training

•   Bachelor Degree in Quantity Surveying or Engineering Discipline;

•   Good working knowledge of legal interpretation of contracts.


•   5 to 7 years in contract administration in the oil and gas or process industries;

•   Preference for experience in Nigerian oil and gas offshore project environment.

Knowledge & Skills

•   General knowledge of offshore practices;

•   Excellent English language both written and spoken with strong presentation, communication and negotiation skills;

•   Advanced spreadsheet skills;

•   A considerable amount of confidential information or data will be sighted by the incumbent and confidential integrity is therefore essential;

•   Committed to WAV’s HSE Policies.

Deadline: 4th June, 2013.

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