Contracts Administrator

Join our team across a range of different new build commercial projects with a leading industry professional and a forward thinking national business.



The ADCO story began back in 1972. In the years since, we’ve grown to be a multibillion-dollar construction business, guided by an unwavering commitment to quality, our clients, and our people. These foundations have seen us become one of the top private companies in Australia with a blue-chip client list and an award-winning portfolio of almost 4,000 successfully completed buildings from early work packages to $300+ million projects.

A career at ADCO provides a sense of belonging, ownership and opportunity, where talent is cultivated and achievements are celebrated. We are a passionate team of people who build.

We understand the deep value of work-life balance and support the physical and emotional wellbeing of our team members through a wide range of initiatives. These include flexible working arrangements that accommodate family needs, company subsidised health and fitness programs, access to our employee assistance program and regular staff recreation days. We also listen closely to our people as Australian workplace attitudes continue to shift and evolve.

Putting our people first has shaped our success for more than five decades. We continue to invest heavily in identifying talent, supporting skills development, incentivising performance and rewarding high achievement. Our extensive national training programs ensure our people are always across the latest construction and management best practices.


Assist the Project Manager in the safe, coordinated and successful delivery of projects to achieve project financial targets, in accordance with The ADCO Way.



  • Contribute to production of the documents and plans that govern the project delivery
  • Compile accurate scopes of work for subcontracts
  • Review and approve subcontractor plans for compliance with project plans and Specifications
  • Ensure subcontract and supply agreements and in line with project and company contractual and legal requirements
  • Administer the project management, change, and control processes in compliance with the project plans, contractual and legal conditions, time bars and administrative timeframes
  • Ensure the proper and accurate use of Jobpac in administering the project


  • Relevant tertiary qualifications in Building, Construction Management, Quantity Surveying or similar
  • Solid experience working on as a Contracts Administrator on large commercial / residential new builds
  • Understanding of commercial and legal issues pertaining to head contracts
  • A working knowledge of major building trades
  • Strong negotiation and influencing skills
  • Strong experience in tender processes and trade procurement
  • Financial understanding and knowledge of construction costs


If this is a role you believe you would be suited to or want to hear more about it, please contact