Deputy / Assistant Contracts Manager (Goods & Services)

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At LTA, we don’t just build trains and roads – we build connections, as we transform the way people travel. Discover your best fit with roles here as diverse as the talented individuals that fill them.

The Land Transport Authority (LTA) is a statutory board under the Ministry of Transport, which spearheads land transport developments in Singapore. As the agency responsible for planning, designing, building and maintaining Singapore’s land transport infrastructure and systems, we aim to bring about a greener and more inclusive public transport system, complemented by convenient options to walk and cycle from their homes or to their destinations. We leverage technology to strengthen our rail and bus infrastructure and provide exciting options for future land transport.

Deputy / Assistant Contracts Manager (Goods & Services)

With the diverse range of work at LTA, there are always new contracts being sealed in order to keep Singapore's public transport system going and growing. LTA Safety & Contracts group plays a critical role in managing and resolving contractual issues for our various land transport projects.

As a Deputy / Assistant Contracts Manager, you will be responsible for providing comprehensive contract administration services for a wide range of goods and/or services contracts called by LTA. You are required to work closely with the internal users in preparing cost estimates, bill of quantities, specifications and tender documents; advising on the use of appropriate forms of contract; administering the tender process and wrapping up pre-contract clarifications for the award of contracts. You will also be involved in the administration of such contracts up to the finalisation of the accounts for the contract. In addition, you will be involved in the review of various procurement and organizational initiatives.

You should have:

  • Tertiary qualification preferably in Engineering, Quantity Surveying, Procurement or related discipline 
  • At least 2 years of relevant working experience in handling tenders and/or contract administration
  • Good knowledge on various forms of Conditions of Contract used in Government Procurement
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office applications, particularly Microsoft Excel and Word
  • Good team player with strong analytical, communication and written skills