EPC Contracts Manager (Wind & Solar)

The Contracts Manager is responsible for the management of various Contracts for multi-party renewable energy projects as well as the monitoring and processing of the required work scope which includes managing of variations and working closely with the project planning function.


Contract Management

  • Development and management of the Contract Management Schedule
  • Draft contracts and amendments and bring continuous improvements to templates
  • Analyse supplier contracts for possible improvement and optimisation for commercial leverage
  • Support contract negotiations


  • Drafting of notices under the different Contracts
  • Record keeping and maintaining of the Notice Register comprising of Notices to and from the Contractor

Cost Management

  • Management of the cost allocated keeping track of all invoices and setting them off against the allocated budget
  • Creating purchase orders for new Agreements
  • Checking and evaluating of invoices
  • Evaluate and finalise the monthly Cost Certificate

Project Execution Follow-up

  • Manage changes, variations and claims in all contracts and subcontracts
  • Ensure contractual follow-up of the project(s)
  • Set up and track project performance indicators


  • Providing input to the NOA construction and maintenance reports
  • Consolidating and providing input into the monthly report and the CTA reports
  • Reviewing the monthly progress report from the Contractor and ensuring that the notice register provided corresponds to the internal register
  • Provides input to the Quarterly Project Presentation
  • Prepare risk matrix for obligations

Position Specific Requirements:

  • Quantity Surveying Qualification or an equivalent qualification
  • Project Management / Administration Qualification advantageous
  • 8-10 years of relevant experience in the Contracts Management field
  • Knowledge and experience in renewable energies and energy sector and its regulation is a strong plus
  • Good understanding of project lifecycles
  • Strong experience dealing with contract and process claims
  • Experience dealing with disputes
  • Experience or exposure to ISO 9001 procedures advantageous
  • Experience with implementing a document management system advantageous

Industry Knowledge, Technical Competence, and Skills: 

  • Legislation, Policies, Procedures and Standards
  • Records and Information Management
  • Understanding and Interpretation of Contracts
  • Understanding the principles of Financial Accounting
  • Project methodology, processes and practices

Behavioural Competencies Required:

  • Strong written and verbal communication
  • Strong negotiating ability
  • Commercial acumen
  • Proactive and analytical problem solving
  • Ability to work effectively both in a team and independently
  • Ability to work under pressure and to manage a number of complex transactions
  • Ability to adapt to change
  • Strong attention to detail and process orientation
  • Ability to build and maintain good relationships with key stakeholders and coordinate stakeholder activities

Work Model

  • In-Office

Remuneration Bracket 

  • Market related with benefits included into CTC

Please upload your resume and cover letter Your cover letter should highlight your relevant experience and skills, and why you are a perfect fit for this role and NOA’s mission.

Please note that preference will be given to candidates in line with NOA’s diversity and inclusion policies.





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