Connecting to LinkedIn...

Connecting to LinkedIn...


Contracts Manager - 2 year contract - ASIA - FIDIC

Job Title: Contracts Manager - 2 year contract - ASIA - FIDIC
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Indonesia,
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 2 years
Contact Name: Daniel Palmer
Contact Email:
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

Montash are currently partnered with a leading Subsea Service Provider to recruit a Contracts Manager for an ongoing project in Asia.

This is an exciting opportunity on a long term 2 year contract.

Essential Requirements

  • 10 to 15 years proven experience in a similar environment including overseas experience (Asia preferable)
  • An in depth and proven knowledge of FIDIC.
  • Excellent written and spoken English.
  • Willing to work for approximately 1.5 year on a rotation base at the project location in Indonesia.
  • A construction, oil and gas or similar background is preferable

We offer

  • A challenging role with one of the leading Subsea Service Providers in the industry.
  • A competitive day rate - negotiable
  • An opportunity to increase your overseas exposure and progress within your own career

This is an urgent role with the start date as soon as possible, please only apply if you have the relevant experience, can provide working references and are available for contract opportunities.

Social Stream

Latest News


Humans remain largest security flaw in cloud ...

2016-10-21 14:00:00 +0100

With a vast number of companies moving some, if not all, of their operations to the cloud, security continues to be of major concern. Whilst there are numerous patches and firewalls to safeguard defences, it has been highlighted that the most difficult area to protect against is human interaction. This is the view of Jamie Woodruff, a penetration tester and ethical hacker. Woodruff’s views come after he was contracted to conduct a penetration test in or...


Offshore exploration providing boost for oil ...

2016-10-19 09:00:00 +0100

The oil and gas industry has had a notoriously challenging time of late, with the prices of oil plummeting and causing many firms to tighten their belts. However, offshore exploration is providing a much-needed bright spot for the sector, with an increasing number of governments becoming more accommodating. In the past week, it has been revealed that there are big changes afoot for Brazil’s petroleum laws. Shell has already begun to move on this opportu...