Typical Commercial Manager jobs will involve working for an outsourced facilities partner. Managers support the sales team in the development of commercial solutions for bids. They analyse existing contracts for risks and opportunities, develop risk management strategies and prepare internal commercial reports. Also, they support negotiations of terms and conditions of contract with client and major subcontract partners. Other duties in commercial manager jobs include the modelling of payment mechanism and liabilities as well as close liaison with group legal, group insurance manager, estimating and procurement on all bids to ensure all commercial issues are covered off in the bids and existing contracts.
The first step to landing your perfect building surveyor job is to compose the perfect CV. These CV writing tips help building surveyors craft a CV that will help prospective employers decide that you are the one they've been searching for and want to hire.
How to recruit talented property managers effortlessly? A new employee can make a real difference to a property management company. If that manager brings the skills you need and fits in with your organisation’s culture, a new hire can re-energise your entire team.
team. On the other hand, a poor hire can sap the life from new colleagues. In this article, we’ve put
together a blueprint to help you recruit the right candidates for your property management jobs
A 2018 review of data by the Financial Times confirmed the construction sector is suffering because it is hard to find skilled professionals. No surprise to companies hiring construction managers. Here, we break down what companies are doing to attract construction managers with the skills they need
RICS Membership pays... When you qualify with RICS, you boost your Surveyor career credentials. A higher profile and 38% higher salary for Qualified Surveyors are just the start. All you need to know is right here.
How Can We Protect Our Industry’s Future? Ask anyone in our industry and they will tell you that there is an acute skills shortage in the sector. Is this the reality, though? Are fewer building surveyors coming through the university system? If so, what might the impact be on the future for the construction industry? What could the industry do to tackle the issue?