Currie & Brown

  • Senior Claims Consultant

    ID
    2019-1616
    # of Openings
    1
    Country
    United Arab Emirates
    City
    Deira, Dubai
    Job Post Information* : Posted Date
    4 months ago(3/12/2019 7:31 AM)
    Category
    Specialist/Advisory Services
  • Overview

    Currie & Brown is currently looking for a senior claims consultant to work on various Dubai-based project in the UAE.

     

    The successful candidate will support project leaders in generating a high standard of service delivery, achieving successful outcomes for our clients, capturing and sharing knowledge across projects, enhancing our culture of innovation and reinforcing our reputation as a preferred service provider.

    Responsibilities

    Responsibilities for the successful candidate(s) will include:

    Analysing and evaluating contractual issues and disputes
    Dealing with claims assessments 

    Formulating claims arbitration and alternate dispute resolution
    Providing contractual guidance including risk analysis of contract provisions
    Preparing position and recommendation papers
    Developing negotiation strategies on contractual issues, including management of claims/disputes
    Performing services adhering to international best practice and the standards of the RICS
    Representing Currie & Brown in a professional manner

     

    Qualifications

    Requirements:

    Degree in quantity surveying
    LLM in construction law beneficial
    Middle East experience
    Member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors
    A minimum of eight years’ experience gained within the construction industry
    PQS consultancy background with at least five years’ experience in claims
    Excellent client-facing and diplomacy skills
    Ability to advise legal teams on technical aspects of construction disputes
    Knowledge of FIDIC contracts
    Broad knowledge of contracting principles and practices
    Well versed in contract administration, VOs, procedures and payments

     

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