Contracts Manager

A Contracts Manager is responsible for managing all contracts with internal and/or external parties during a project. This includes ensuring compliance and negotiating the terms and conditions. When changes do arise, upon agreement from the Contracts Manager, these should be clearly documented throughout the life cycle of the project. They manage payment processes, submissions of contract claims and facilitate proper contract close out.

  • Where numerous contracts are required to do a project, a Contracts Manager is key in avoiding claims and recognising the terms of the contracts.
  • A Contracts Manager can help to reduce risk by transferring some of it through the contract to better placed service providers that can manage it better.
  • A Contracts Manager enables efficiency around contract negotiations where teams are inexperienced.

Key Functions

Contracts Manager

Ensure tender enquiry and validation process if followed timeously

Contracts Manager

Ensure all approved tender contracts are signed off and updated with any modifications.

Contracts Manager

Track progress of the deliverables/services and reporting to relevant stakeholders.

Contracts Manager

Notify the supplier in terms of the contract if any deviations are noted

Contracts Manager

Ensure that all contract documents are always up to date. This includes programs, minutes, letters, vendor documents, progress reports, cash flow reports, etc.

Contracts Manager

Follow due payment processes, manage submissions of all claims according to contract conditions and facilitate proper contract close out.

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