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Manager, SubContracts-1027755

KBR are looking for a Senior Construction Subcontracts Manager responsible for
supporting Business Development, Business Acquisition and Execution of all projects in
the IGP EMEA (Infrastructure, Government and Power, Europe Middle East and Africa)
Business Unit. KBR has built a proud history of service to the power, infrastructure,
government and defence sectors by being a reliable contractor delivering full-scope
engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services.
KBR are looking for an experienced Subcontracts Manager with experience in large
capital construction projects, preferably in either in the Infrastructure or Power
industries. The role is split into different areas. The successful candidate will assist the
Head of Procurement IGP EMEA in managing the current portfolio of projects from a
subcontracts perspective. This may require a direct involvement in the execution of
some projects. In addition the successful candidate will be responsible for supporting
our Business Development efforts within Infrastructure and Power businesses, meeting
with potential clients, providing subcontracts consultancy services when required,
reviewing ITTs, assessing and developing the subcontracting-to-win strategies including
selection of strategic subcontractors at bid stage and assisting with the pricing of the
subcontracted scope.
The position is based on our Leatherhead offices but will require travelling to either
client offices or project execution location around the region.
Key responsibilities:
The role will oversee and performs the full range of subcontract and administration
activities associated with subcontracting work on a project and under general minimal
direction and will be accountable for the performance and results. He / she will manage
the delivery of functional objectives by providing leadership and direction to team
members and will participate in the development of functional strategy. Some or the key
responsibilities include:
Undertake and/or manage others in the following tasks:
Performs full range of procurement and administration activities associated with
subcontracting work
Qualifies suppliers, issues requests for proposals, evaluates proposals,
maintains subcontract files in accordance to established procedures
Oversees and performs the full range of procurement and administration
activities associated with subcontracting work on a project
Interface with and provide guidance to clients in support of the Business
Development team
Assist in estimating the cost of the subcontracted scope for bids

Degree on a relevant discipline
Experience managing construction subcontracts in capital projects
Experience managing a group of subcontracts engineers on capital projects
Experience tendering and administering subcontracts post award, in particular
managing and negotiating claims
Willingness to travel in the UK and abroad although this is not anticipated to be
more than 10% of the work
Pro-activeness and can-do attitude
Ability to interface with clients and assist our Business Development team
winning new work
Previous experience managing construction subcontracts either on a wind farm,
nuclear or motorways project
Reports to:
Functional - Regional Subcontracts Manager EAME
Operations Head of Procurement, IGP EMEA

USC: Sub-Contracts Administrator-1025442

KBR is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse workforce

SCA will be responsible for all types of procurement activities at the Novo Selo Training
Area in Bulgaria to include subcontract administration, purchase orders, monitoring of
subcontract labor payroll processing, and assisting with base access procedures and
VAT exemption documentation. SCA may have one local assistant for help with local
communications, payroll processing, and other administrative duties assistant will
need to be trained. Will be responsible for all digital documentation required for various
procurement actions as dictated by the provided KBR Procurement Manual.

Candidate should be prepared for a highly responsive work environment with projects
that have short lead times prior to execution. Ability to respond to changing
requirements is a must. Ability to work closely with site management is a must.

2+ years of related procurement experience.
Understanding of FAR policies.
Drivers License

Senior Contracts Manager (Procurement)-1015647

Senior Contracts Manager
Doha, Qatar

The Role
Reporting to the KBR Commercial Manager and responsible for managing the contracts
management of project sites.

Main Responsibilities
Management of the commercial aspects of executing the programme
management consultants role on a major programme of infrastructure
development works
Interface with other teams to meet overall program deliverables
Assists in the development of the contracts and procurement strategy, standards,
policies, procedures and best practices
Establishing and maintaining procedures for award and administration of Project
Manages and provides support to the contracts management team to ensure that
they meet the Project objectives by establishing contracts and securing
materials, equipment and related services on time and within budget, in an
ethical manner at all times, in accordance with procedures
Manages the monitoring and reporting of contracts administration performance
by Consultants, Construction Supervisors and Contractors.

Sound knowledge of the contract administration aspects of major civil &
infrastructure projects including roads, bridges and utilities with experience in
procurement and contract administration
Experience in managing large teams of up to 15 people
Experienced user of MS Office and project management software
Undergraduate degree or membership of a recognised International Professional
Body e.g. MRICS
15+ years post graduate experience
Experience in international contracting mechanisms e.g. FIDIC
Fluency in English language both written and spoken
Leadership and team management
Commercial Awareness
Accepts Responsibility
Team player
Strong interpersonal & communication skills
Strong customer focus

Contracts Management
Location: Muscat - Oman
The Contracts Analyst, Geo-Market, Oman, is a member of the contracts team who, under the
supervision of the contracts manager, assists in the overall management of all customers
service contracts and well-site sub-contracts. The position is a key development assignment
that should lead to further responsibilities and autonomy within the contracts function and the
Geo-Market team. It is an entry level position for the contracts function and reports directly to
the Geo-Market contracts manager.
Successful Contracts Analysts are analytical thinkers who are detail oriented with excellent
communications skills both written and verbal. They participate in presentations and workshops
related to contracting standards, processes and reviews.
Reviews, negotiates and drafts contracts with customers for the provision of products
and services.
Drafts and communicates exceptions to tender documents under the supervision of the
contracts manager.
Monitors purchase orders to ensure compliance with all policies and highlights and
reports any deviations from the customer contracts risk standard.
Administers contracts and ensures compliance with administrative procedures.
Promotes compliance with the Geo-Market tender procedures.
Ensures compliance with company policies, standards, procedures, and contractual
Ensures the database is properly updated as contract changes and events occur.
Identifies and proposes improvements to existing contracting procedures.
Assists the contracts and marketing manager as required.
Generates customer relationship management (CRM) and other reports to properly
monitor active and expiring contracts.
Responsible for the maintenance of contracts and tenders files.
Collaborates with the legal department to ensure contractual risks are clearly identified
and properly addressed in contractual provisions.
Supports the supply chain team in the drafting and development of the well-site sub-
contracts under the supervision of the contracts manager.
Assists and supports the contract manager and actively participates in all aspects of post
award contract management.
Bachelors degree in law, finance, contracts management, engineering, business
administration, or equivalent discipline.
Paralegal training or certification, as appropriate.
Minimum three years work experience in the oil and gas industry, including at least one
year of experience in contracts, marketing or legal departments and law firm capacity.
Contract Advisor
Position Description:
We are seeking a Contracts Advisor to join the Employee Relations and Training
Planning Staff (ER&T Planning Staff).

The Contracts Advisors primary role is to advise the ER&T Executive Director and
Assistant to Executive Director, ER&T Department Heads and Department contracting
representatives on all matters relating to the planning, development, approval and
administration of departmental contract actions, and to optimize processes and
procedures. The Contracts Advisor will be required to liaise with other organizations,
including Contracting, Law and Finance Departments as needed.

Duties And Responsibilities:

You will be required to perform the following:
Prepare financial studies that establish technical, financial and/or procedural/
administrative feasibilities for contract services and evaluation of alternatives.
Develop, in conjunction with our Contracting staff, professional analyses and
technical qualification of bidders, develop the scope of work for various contract
services, and develop professional presentations for our Executive Management.
Participate, as a contract proponent representative on the Bid Review Team,
charged with the development of a realistic Company position on contract terms
and the negotiation of these terms.
Prepare and provide technical guidance for a professional analysis or
development of bid responses, negotiation offers and counter offers, prepare
Company Estimates or works, prepare verifications of contractor cost and
preparation of escalation or de-escalation amendments.
Negotiate with contracts as part of a negotiating team, and prepare responses
and help to present the proponent on Claim Review Panels.
Provide/assist in the provision of proponent representation in the administration
of contracts, and participate in the development of financial and technical advice.
Provide justification and recommendations for changes in contracting procedure
or contract format for Management approval.
You will be required to perform periodic examination of contract administration in
the field, to locate shortcomings or potential problems in the administrative
procedures or contract terms and conditions.
Minimum Requirements:
As the successful candidate you will hold a Bachelors degree in a Business or
Engineering discipline from a recognized and approved program. An advanced
degree (MBA) is preferred.
You will have 7 years of experience in the petroleum, or related industries, with
progressive work and supervisory responsibility.
You will have a thorough knowledge of auditing, accounting and contracting
techniques and procedures.

Position Description:
A successful candidate for the position of Contract Specialist shall possess a Bachelors
degree, with graduate level work emphasizing law or pre-law studies, business
administration, supply chain management, or engineering, relating to global markets.
This academic preparation shall be complemented with at least 12-15 years of proven
experience with contract formation and administration, supply chain management, and
other procurement experiences, working within large multinational companies and
projects. The candidate will be capable of providing guidance and feedback on the
terms, conditions, and details, of a wide variety of contractual agreements in order to
assure the highest quality and adequacy of the agreement as it relates to the services
provided. A candidates experience should demonstrate abilities to lead, plan, negotiate
and prepare different types of contracts, and procurement of services, in support of the
Saudi Aramco business initiatives as a resident technical expert. Additionally, a
Contract Specialist will complete management studies and analyses of procured
services, or contracting processes, for formal presentation.

Duties And Responsibilities:
You will be required to perform the following:
Coordinate development of competitively bid contracts including planning,
facilitation and execution to support the objectives of the organization
Negotiate complex project or service contracts developing strategy, ploys and the
tactics required to protect and support Saudi Aramcos reputation for fair
business practices and ethics.
Visit major contractors worldwide on a regular basis to determine current
workload and capabilities.
Update, as the team leader, and in conjunction with Contracting Services
personnel, the contractor database for major contractors.
Provide technical advice and guidance to Contract Representatives and contract
proponents in difficult phases of contract development.
Coordinate with the Saudi Aramco subsidiaries, the out-of-Kingdom portion of a
project or service contracts.
Perform special studies and makes management presentations concerning major
Recommend contract procedures and standard contracts for inclusion in the
Contracting Manual.
Provide advice and counsel companywide on all matters pertaining to contract

Minimum Requirements:
As the successful candidate you will hold a University Degree in Engineering,
Law orb Business Administration. Other degree holders will also be eligible
assuming they have demonstrated ability and experience in the contracting field.
You should have 12 years of experience in contract engineering or contract
The successful incumbent must have excellent written English skills and spoken
English is essential. Arabic is desirable.