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[Expired] Manager (Contracts)

SINGAPORE SPORTS COUNCIL
Posted On :8 Sep 2013

 

Job Summary

  • Salary:   Undisclosed
  • Work Type: Contract
  • Min. Education Level: Degree
  • Field of Study: Engineering (General)
  • Years of Experience: 6
  • Skills: Office administration, Facility Management Systems, Real Estate

Job Descriptions

Responsibilities

  • Responsible for the management of maintenance term contracts and services for facilities management.
  • Establish user requirements and preparation of contract documents for procurement of contract services for maintenance term contracts and services for civil, mechanical & electrical, general works and horticulture services.
  • Procurement of managing agent term contracts for facilities management services.
  • Tracking of service standards provided by managing agents and other service providers for contract compliance.
  • Liaise with government agencies relating to Singapore Sports Council building and infrastructure services.
  • Research and propose best value models to suit evolving needs in facilities management.
  • Conduct condition assessment of existing sports facilities and prepare proposal to rejuvenate facilities.
  • Ability to keep abreast of current practices in facilities management. 

Requirements

  • At least Degree in Estate Management (Quantity Surveying), Engineering, Contracts Administration or equivalent 
  • At least 6 years experience in contract administration, facilities management or estate management role
  • Knowledge of Government procurement and contracting procedures will be an advantage
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills
  • Good command of English, writing skills and communication skills
  • Pleasant personality and team player 

Only shortlisted applicants will be notified.



About This Company

The Singapore Sports Council (SSC) is Singapore''s leading agency for sports development. It works in partnership with athletes, officials and various partners, such as National Sports Associations, sponsors and community organizations, to achieve excellence in local sports.

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