Commercial Manager (A2ZD22321)
at DSTL, South West

Location: South West

Salary: Daily Rate: Up to £446.28 via umbrella

Job Type: Contract

Industry: Government

Job Title: Commercial Officer
CV Submission Deadline: Thursday 2nd April 11am
Location: Salisbury
Duration: 120 working days= 6 months
Daily Rate: Up to £446.28 via umbrella
Security Clearance: SC
IR35 IN/OUT Scope: In Scope


Key Tasks and Deliverables:

Dstl has a requirement for a Commercial Manager to work at Porton Down within the Capital Works Delivery Team (CWDT).

The main aim of the position is to provide procurement and contract management support to the Enabling Division and develop effective contractual relationships with external supplier base and take responsibility for task/management of a workflow within the team against a pipeline of work from three areas of the Internal Portfolio.

The requirements within the Portfolio’s vary in value and complexity but all relate to construction. You will work closely with Project Managers to develop the Scope of Services if PSC for design or ECC once in the build stage.

Develop routes to markets and run competitions on Government Frameworks (such as Crown Commercial Services framework) and potentially OJEU.

Contract Management of all contracts let.

Executing end to end procurement processes, including data collection, document preparation, competition, negotiation, contract award, contract management and supplier relationship management. Managing communication with suppliers and internal stakeholders; Communicating priorities and business plans to internal and external stakeholders whilst ensuring that all programmes and projects deliver to time, cost and quality.

Experience Required:

Experience with Public Contract Regulations.

Worked in a commercial environment involving infrastructure works and aware of NEC3 contracting and the RIBA Stage process

Running competitions, placing NEC3 contracts for both design and build, contract management, supplier relationships.

Knowledge of NEC3 Contracting and RIBA process

Tendering and placing contracts in accordance with EU Procurement Directives/Procurement Law.

Assist with developing statements of requirement

Input into Business Cases

Placing MOD contracts or Public Sector contracts.

Appreciation of Intellectual Property within a commercial environment

Contract management

Managing workloads of self and others

Qualifications Required:

MCIPS or equivalent