Manager – Construction Dispute Advisory – Quantum

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  • Salary:
    negotiable / month
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  • Posted:
    3 weeks ago
  • Category:
    General Labour

Secretariat is your source for independent expert advisory services.  Secretariat specializes in international arbitration, general commercial arbitration/litigation, forensic accounting, economic damages, construction and government contracting.  Secretariat’s experts maintain integrity, quality, and objectivity when solving complex disputes, delivering details analyses, and articulating meaningful results in a clear and concise manner. Secretariat partners with general contractors, owners, developers, engineers, and their legal counsel to guide them through litigation/arbitration proceedings related to construction disputes.  Our experts in have testified across the globe on many of the largest construction delay and economic damages matters.  Our dispute services include: forensic scheduling, project cost/quantum analytics, and liability reviews.  Due to continued growth, we are seeking professionals with planning/cost analytics/scheduling experience and a broad understanding of construction and engineering concepts to join our team.  Successful candidates should possess experience in construction planning and scheduling as well as strong analytical, problem solving, and communications skills.  Research and fact-finding Reviewing technical and non-technical documentation (construction schedules, blueprints and technical engineering drawing, reports, correspondence, market data, financial data, etc.…) to identify key details and metrics used to develop expert reports. Through research, develop keen understanding of all relevant information pertaining to legal disputes regarding largescale construction projectsDetailed data analysisReview large datasets using multiple analytical methods and tools to identify tends, anomalies, and other details which may have led to cost and schedule overruns Quantification of cost overruns and economic damages Apply analytical methods to large datasets to calculate damages and cost overruns in largescale construction projectsAssist in drafting expert reports, converting technical data into a narrative to be submitted to appropriate court venuesEconomic modeling Analyzing financial data and market data to determine lost profits due to schedule delays and cost overruns. ManagementManage facets of small to medium sized engagements, or components of large engagements, including staff supervision, client interaction and relationship building. Develops work plans and assists with marketing and/or proposal development.Business DevelopmentParticipate in new business pursuits Assist in creation of proposals and client presentations Case StrategyAssist executives in identifying the best approach to individual litigation/arbitration matters to assist clients in attaining a desired legal decision Bachelor’s degree in building construction, engineering, or related field; Master’s degree preferred5 or more years’ experience working in a relevant construction project management, scheduling, or cost controls capacityStrong skills using relevant software tools: MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access), MS Project, Primavera P3/P6, SuretrakExperience with disputes, including arbitration or litigation required Experience overseeing and work of junior level staffExcellent written and verbal skills including experience drafting reports for litigation/arbitration (ability to write and conduct business in English)Ability to communicate highly technical material to non-technical audienceAbility to travel as needed (generally under 25% but may vary)Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work as a member of a teamFlexible, creative problem-solving skills