Contracts Control Administrator

Company Overview

Suir Engineering has over 30 years of mechanical, electrical and instrumentation (M, E&I) expertise, with a directly employed workforce of more than 800 people and in the region of €120 million revenue annually. We have offices in Waterford, Dublin, UK, Sweden & Denmark.

Suir Engineering operates in the following sectors: data centres, energy & utilities, renewables, pharmaceutical, food and beverage, and commercial offices. Suir Engineering has the financial strength, scale and technical expertise to meet all its clients’ needs, from design of mechanical, electrical and instrumentation systems through to the installation and whole-life maintenance and management of these assets.

Key Responsibilities/Duties

  • Raise Sales Invoices/Credit Notes.
  • Issue monthly Debtor’s Statement of accounts.
  • Issue Project Closeout reports.
  • Issue Project Contribution Spreadsheet for Cost & Sales Monthly.
  • Quantity Surveyor, Project Manager and Foreman monthly spreadsheet
  • Distribute new project files to Quantity Surveyors, Project Managers and Foremen.
  • Liaise closely Quantity Surveyors to ensure correct project information is being reported.
  • Order Department Stationery Supplies, including Daywork books on a monthly basis.
  • Filing and general office duties.
  • Any other reasonable and relevant duties as requested by your Manager, necessary to meet the ongoing needs of the company.

Qualifications / Skills

  • Min two years’ experience in an administrative role.
  • Previous relevant industry experience would be an advantage.
  • Strong attention to detail essential.
  • The ability to work without supervision and to also be a team player.
  • Trustworthiness and reliability.
  • Ability to meet deadlines and targets.
  • Customer service skills.
  • Awareness of the importance of following Health & Safety Procedures.
  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office (Word & Excel) and Adobe Acrobat Pro DC.
  • Experience in COINS software would be an advantage but not essential.