Associate Director, Claims Management
London, United Kingdom | Turner & Townsend
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Company is one of the leading providers of procurement, claims management and dispute resolution services to the Real Estate, Natural Resources and Infrastructure sectors. Using our skills, processes and knowledge we provide industry leading services to our clients. The role sits within our specialist Contract Services division who support both internal and leading external clients. Now, due to significant pipeline and recent wins, we have a unique opportunity for an Associate Director to join and develop a highly profitable division within Company.
With strong experience in a consultancy or contractor organisation, you will have good working knowledge in Contract Assurance, Audit Support, Claims Management, Dispute avoidance and/or Dispute Resolution within the built environment sectors. You will be extremely ambitious, highly driven and someone who wants to build key relationships with new clients as well as solidifying our position with our current clients. You will need to be confident and highly competent at providing strategic advice to our blue-chip clients to help drive the best oCompanyomes for them. We are seeking individuals from a quantity surveying, project management, engineering, legal and/or large accountancy firm, to work with and support a growing team of Experts and aid the organic growth of this high performing team. The successful candidate will have the opportunity to • develop and drive business relationships with an existing client base • work with an outstanding team of specialist , • advise major clients on large scale programmes and flagship projects, • challenge themselves in a market leading global business,
• Demonstrate a level of support in arbitration or litigation • Confident in a client facing environment, with good presentational skills and natural gravitas • Broad experience in a variety construction sectors • A sound understanding of national and international construction contracts and the process and procedures relating thereto • Application of robust and methodical analytical skills, with a flexible and adaptable approach to service delivery under a number of challenging scenarios • Confident in approach, with the ability to lead projects in own right, but when necessary to work as part of a team • Some experience of providing consultancy services on live contracts and projects in distress • A keen interest in business development, both internally and externally • Able to prepare and support on bid proposals, and work closely alongside Senior Management and the wider Company team Expectations • Supporting the management team in business operations with focussed attention to the strategic growth of our Contract Services division in line with our 2020 vision Qualifications • Having a Quantity surveying, civil engineering or construction management is desirable but not essential o MSc Construction Law or similar an advantage