CSA Tendering Team Leader

Job Description

  • Negotiations during the tender stage in order to ensure issues are resolved.
  • Managing and taking ownership of the procurement process, ensuring all stages including pre-qualification, inquiry, bill of quantities, analysis, and selection report.
  • Manage his/her team and report to the department Manager.
  • Manage and take ownership of estimating and cost planning activities including presenting the final cost plan.
  • Prepare document for sourcing of quotations and calling of sub-contract tender including tender evaluation, recommending award, and preparing sub-contract document
  • Evaluation and comparison of tenders or suppliers’ quotations.
  • Provide monthly contractual claims to the client
  • Prepare cost reports, analyses, and other documents which may be required by the Manager for the Client or other relevant stakeholders
  • Managing and taking ownership of the procurement process, ensuring that all stages including pre-qualification, inquiry, Bills of Quantities, analysis, and selection are performed effectively
  • Provide cost information and studies on value engineering analysis. Post-contract administration and management – contract documentation, valuation of the progress payment, variation assessment, and cost control and financial reports (including cashflow) 
  • Ensure the preparation of monthly cost reports and presentations to the management.
  • Prepare cost analysis and form cost reduction strategies to ensure the overall value is enhanced for the project
  • Ensure the final accounts are negotiated and agreed upon timeously
  • Ensure that procurement functions are carried out in a highly ethical manner and all decisions are made on objective and defendable grounds
  • Scrutinizing maintenance and material costs, labor costs as well as contracts to ensure the best deals.
  • Involve in project budgeting, controlling cash flow and cost, processing of claims, contract payments, and settlement of final accounts
  • Performs other tasks and projects assigned by the supervisor or Top Management.


Job Requirement

  • A recognized bachelor’s degree in Quantity Surveying or equivalent 
  • A minimum of 7 years experience in the role
  • Good command of English communication both spoken and written
  • Time management Skills
  • Strong communication skills
  • Ability to multi-task and work independently 
  • Proficient in MS Office applications
  • Proactive, take initiative, detail-oriented, and able to work fast under pressure
  • Good interpersonal skills
  • Experience in a Construction Company will be an advantage
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