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Assistant Contract Manager - Data Centre - Dublin Job In Dublin, Cbre (lfm)

Published 2022-11-25
Expires 2022-12-25
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Assistant Contract Manager - Data Centre - Dublin Job In Dublin, Cbre (lfm)
Ireland, Dublin, Dublin,
Published November 25, 2022

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Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Assistant contract manager - data centre - dublin


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Job Title: Assistant Contract Manager - Data Centre Solutions
Location: Dublin, Ireland

COMPANY PROFILE

CBRE is the global leader in real estate services and leverages the industry's most powerful knowledge base to meet the commercial real estate needs of its clients worldwide. Our vision is to be the preeminent, vertically integrated, globally capable real estate service firm. Globally, we employ over 70,000 employees and operate in 48 countries.

Role statement

A customer and team facing role to provide exceptional customer service and business support in order to contribute to the continued growth and success of the Business, to provide a comprehensive and flexible administration service to the business unit director.

People and Development

Promote and maintain CBRE culture throughout teams.
Monitor and maintain the attendance planner.
Maintain people records such as training, new starters, leavers and any changes in staff are communicated to all relevant teams (e.g. Payroll, HR, BU Coordinator).
Communicate effectively and build/maintain relationships at all levels with internal and external customers.
Answer calls and emails in a professional and timely manner.
Attend and participate in any relevant training courses.
Attend regular role specific meetings in order to share best practice.
Assisting Lead Contract Support as and when required.

Contract

Attend and actively participate in customer Work Planning Meeting and support technical Staff Members with planning and scheduling works.
Prepare and issue predefined reports, which form part of the contract and customer's requirements both operational and financial.
Familiar with daily operations and the specific scope of the contract e.g. which services are covered and which are chargeable, contract renewal dates etc.

Quality

Actively identify/implement innovation across the contract to enhance performance and continue to meet client expectations.
To maintain and update both manual and computer records relating to areas for which CBRE are responsible and keeping the shared CBRE drive and client electronic records up to date to enabling full auditable trails.
Onboard new suppliers, which entails being familiar with the MySupplier system.

Finance

Ensure integrity of financial transactions for contract maintain WIP, OPO's and Debt to within agreed contractual and company defined parameters.
Attend and actively participate in weekly finance meeting with contract Manager/Sub-contractors
Create accurate, Projects POs in a timely manner.
Regularly review and process supplier invoices.
Raise sales invoices (complete billing) in line with company deadlines at the correct margin.
Assist with month end financial reporting and ensure deadlines are met.
Influence P&L results.

Our Values

RESPECT: We act with consideration for other's ideas and share information openly to inspire trust and encourage collaboration
INTEGRITY: No one individual, no one deal, no one client, is bigger than our commitment to our company and what we stand for
SERVICE: We approach our clients challenges with enthusiasm and diligence, building long-term relationships by connecting the right people, capital and opportunities
EXCELLENCE: We focus relentlessly on creating winning outcomes for our clients, employees and shareholders

Key Result Areas

Microsoft Office (in particular, excel proficiency is required)
Microsoft Dynamics AX

Circumstances

Be flexible to work outside core office hours from time to time

EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES

We are an equal opportunities employer and do not discriminate on the grounds of gender, sexual orientation, marital or civil partner status, pregnancy or maternity, gender reassignment, race, colour, nationality, ethnic or national origin, religion or belief, disability or age

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