Senior Commercial Officer
|Job Title:||Senior Commercial Officer|
|Salary:||£260 - £350 per day|
|Contact Name:||Dominic Golding|
|Job Published:||July 08, 2019 09:14|
Senior Commercial Officer required for an Engineering Manufacturing company in Loudwater near High Wycombe.
This is a contract role with a maximum pay rate of up to £350.00 per day (LTD).
Candidates must previous experience of being a Commercial Officer in a Manufacturing company
·Responsible for all commercial activities through all aspects of the bid and project lifecycle for a portfolio of accounts.
·Through life management of the commercial/contractual aspects of specific design, supply and support enquiries (bids & quotations) and projects (including pre-bid, bid/proposal, contract review and post contract award stages) through development and generation of agreements.
·Negotiation, drafting and amendment of contractual terms and conditions to ensure commercial, contractual and legal compliance; completion and submission of statements of compliance, quotations, bids, proposals, claims, invoices and other related commercial items.
·General day to day management of all related commercial issues.
·Maintain pricing models, creation and presentation of Bid Approval documentation, back up financial sign-off paperwork and quotations for enquiries and projects using information supplied by project teams and cost estimators.
·Evaluate, mitigate and minimise the company's risk and liabilities in dealings with customers and suppliers through assessing commercial and contractual risks including financial exposure relating to cash flow, performance and insurance cover and taking appropriate steps to ensure all risks are known, covered and minimised as far as possible.
·Generation and maintenance of a commercial risk register on all contracts.
·Identifying UK and other (e.g. ITAR) licensing requirements and liaising with export control to ensure the business complies with the appropriate licensing requirements.
·Act as the commercial interface with customers and suppliers
·Provide support and advice to project teams and other areas of the business on commercial matters.
·Provide regular commercial progress updates to management including the identification of key issues, growth potential and savings.
·Monitor contractual payment dates to ensure that invoicing is carried out in a timely manner and that any outstanding payments/debts are pursued effectively through to completion
·Maintain contractual documentation and databases in a timely and accurate manner.