Procurement Manager (Decommissioning Project)

Posted 22 June 2022
Salary£500 - £575 per day + PAYE rate (Inside IR35)
Contact NameMichael DaCosta

Job description

Procurement Manager (Decommissioning Project)

Our client is a global energy and chemicals company with a significant E&P footprint and is looking for an experienced Procurement Manager to be based in London on a short-term contract assignment (4-6 months) to lead and manage a competitive tendering process for the remaining Decommissioning works on 2 UK SNS Platforms and associated infrastructure.

Responsibilities include:
* Develop a Decommissioning contracting strategy
* Agree on a suitable Bidder /Tender List
* Developing and issuing formal ITTs to tenderers including a proforma contract
* Agree on a Tender evaluation plan including evaluation criteria and scoring rationale
* Dealing with pre and post-tender clarifications including meetings with Bidders
* Technical and Commercial evaluation of bids
* Assessment of exceptions and deviations to technical and commercial tenders
* Tender Normalisation and Conditioning
* Develop a 'Recommendation to award' and issue the contract to the preferred bidder
* Develop other Project documentation/reports including cost breakdowns and project plans as required by the client and its Partners
* Update internal Stakeholders and external JV Partners on a regular basis

If you feel you have the skills and experience to perform well in this role we want to hear from you. Please follow the link to apply and upload a copy of your latest CV for immediate consideration.

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