The Contracts Specialist is responsible for supporting legal contract management, document preparation and analysis for multiple business lines under general supervision.
- Analyzes client and supplier contract terms to ensure compliance with appropriate laws, regulations, corporate policies and business unit procedures.
- Communicates contract policy and practice to internal business teams.
- Performs multiple contract reviews and develops creative solutions to resolve contractual matters.
- Prepares, organizes, and maintains contract records and files documenting contract performance and compliance.
- Drafts contractual instruments in accordance with prescribed templates and guidelines in accordance with company policy and applicable laws.
- Reviews and provides feedback on proposals, contracts, and supplier agreements.
- Assists with coordinating contract compliance across multiple business units.
- Assists with reviewing and researching information for sales proposals.
- May negotiate contract terms with clients and/or provide related support to branch offices.
- Participates in special projects and performs other duties as assigned.
EDUCATION & JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Bachelor’s degree in legal studies, business, or a related field with a minimum of three (3) years of related federal/state/local government contracting, contract management and risk assessment experience.
Designation as a certified paralegal is preferred.
- Skilled in communicating effectively verbally and in writing.
- Ability to write and/or proofread and edit written word and/or information in various formats.
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with internal and external clients.
- Ability to manage multiple projects effectively.
- Ability to accurately perform in a detail oriented work environment.
- Ability to prioritize, organize and perform multiple work assignments simultaneously while meeting assigned deadlines.
- Knowledge of and the ability to apply legal research techniques.
- Knowledge of and the ability to apply best practices in contract management.
- Proficient with Microsoft Office products, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook; Quickbase experience a plus.
Adecco Group North America, through an impressive portfolio of staffing industry leading brands including Accounting Principals, Adecco General Staffing, Adia, Ajilon, Entegee, Lee Hecht Harrison, Modis, Paladin, Parker+Lynch, Pontoon, Special Counsel and Soliant is the world’s leading provider of Human Resources solutions.
We are the workforce experts delivering staffing and career service solutions to organizations and individuals across all industries. Collectively we harness the power of some of the greatest talent in the world. That talent and expertise allows us to do business globally and act locally with deep knowledge in niche areas.
Every day, we have more than 100,000 associates on assignment, 30,000 colleagues working internally to support more than 10,000 clients in the United States and Canada. Ensuring our business units are prepared to deliver outstanding service to our associates and clients, the Adecco Group North America team provides a strong infrastructure through our corporate and shared services teams.
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What it means to be part of the Adecco Group.
For over 50 years, we’ve helped connect thousands of people from all different backgrounds and cultures with employment opportunities across the world. We provide leading HR services and solutions, powering the world of work that not only gives our clients a more personalised experience, but also gives our colleagues a sense of purpose and value in the work they do with us. Being a part of our international group means being part of a community that drives each other to be their best. You’ll do work that challenges the lives of our clients. You’ll be a part of a spirited and professional network of people who believe in what we’re doing. And, you’ll believe in it too.