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Contract Specialist

Our client, a major operator in the Oil & Gas industry, is looking for a Contracts Specialist to work on an initial 8-month asssignment in Anchorage, AK. 

Main Responsibilities
Contract Specialist
  • Perform contracting activities - reviewing, proposing revisions, and implementing agreements using standard documents/forms and contracting procedures
  • Effectively work with BU Clients and Stakeholders, fellow Supply Chain Staff, Strategic Sourcing, Legal, and Category Managers
  • Contract authoring utilizing the Company contract tools—managing any language changes through functional review and required approval processes
  • Analyze suitability of potential suppliers in accordance with Company vendor qualification criteria
  • Maintains records of approved, current, and potential suppliers by commodity or service
  • Implement contract services in a timely and cost-efficient manner within established company policies, procedures, and standards
  • Coordinate formal RFX for long term commitments and sizable purchases.
  • Perform pre-bid and pre-award meetings
  • Analyzes suitability of bids dependent on time constraints, cost, and quality assurance
  • Prepares bid evaluations and seeks appropriate approvals of awards
  • Supplier Performance Management - Ongoing support of the Contract Management Plans and KPI's
  • Balancing change management and resolution of any claims
  • Manage an assigned list of Alaska contracts; Plan and coordinate contract needs and recommended strategies to support various client groups; provide category contract management as necessary.
- Transactional Excellence
  • Understand R2P processes and how they are executed in SAP, Actian, and SMART.
  • Utilize sound judgment and analytical skills to identify issues and develop action plans to improve R2P performance.
  • Well-organized self-starter that can operate both independently and in a team environment.
  • Understand the Compliance reporting needs.
  • Liaise with BU management to monitor and improve individual BU R2P compliance performance.
Main Requirements
  •  Bachelor's degree or higher in Supply Chain, Business, IT, Finance, or other related fields or foreign equivalent
  • 3+ years of experience in supply chain contracting
  • Proficient knowledge of the R2P process, including SAP PS, PM, MM, and eCatalog transactions