Commercial Manager

Recruiter
Anonymous
Location
West Midlands Region
Salary
50000.00 - 55000.00 GBP Annual + GBP50000 - GBP55000/annum + Benefits
Posted
14 Mar 2018
Closes
11 Apr 2018
Job Type
Manager
Contract Type
Permanent
Commercial Manager
East Midlands
Up to GBP55K basic + benefits

Engineering company who specialise in aerospace products have a new opportunity for a Commercial Manager to lead the negotiation and management of the contractual interfaces with the customers and major subcontractors at their Midlands facility.

Responsibilities:
Leading the following areas:
* Liaison with customer and suppliers on contract details
* Maintenance of contract baseline including terms and conditions
* Negotiation of contracts and change proposals
* Flow down of commercial requirements for subcontracts
* Supervision of competitive bidding for subcontracts
* Progress invoices and payments
* Advise programme team of legal and contractual obligations
* Ensure compliance with export control regulations
* Managing subcontractors
* Cost model preparation for new bids.

KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED
* Relevant knowledge of legal and contractual obligations.
* Proven experience within an industry similar position with emphasis on
high value international contracts.
* Proven successful experience in leading negotiation of complex contracts.
* Strong business and commercial acumen.
* Ability to work independently and as part of a team environment.
* Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
* Knowledge of export control regulations.
* Ability to quickly build both internal and external successful business
relationships.
* Travel and working in locations across the UK. Also, some overseas travel
required.
* Extensive knowledge and experience of Microsoft Office packages (Word,
Excel, PowerPoint, Microsoft Outlook);
* Strong organisational skills with the ability to multi-task and deliver on
tight timeframes.

If you are interested and would like to learn more about this position, please email a copy of your CV in the first instance