Contract Administrator

Overview Austin Industrial, Inc. is a leading General Contractor that provides construction, maintenance, turnaround, specialty, and plant services within the oil, gas, chemical, power, and manufacturing industries.  We are currently seeking an experienced Contract Administrator.  Responsibilities Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Types of contracts supported include but are not limited to Non-Disclosure Agreements, Sales/Purchasing Agreements, Sub-contracts, Consulting Agreements, Licensing Agreements, Master Agreements, Statements of Work, Outsourcing Agreements, and Amendments. Create initial drafts of contract documents for internal approval. Apply agreed upon edits, manage document version control and redline process. Report contract status and progress in support of negotiations. Research previous agreements and MSAs to ensure appropriate references. Updatecontracttemplate repository with templates provided by Legal (keep current, update repository). Maintain library of required regulatory, technology and compliance provisions provided by Legal or compliance. Review and supportcontract renewal status. Qualifications Education and Experience: Juris Doctor (JD) degreerequired One to three years of contract administration experience Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: Understanding aspects of the contracting process and contract requirements. Working knowledge of standard commercial contract terms and conditions. Fundamental understanding of project management. Proficient knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, fluency in Excel required. Sourcing experience helpful. Experience with IT technologies contracting helpful We offer excellent benefits including medical insurance, dental insurance, matching 401k and we are proud to be a 100% Employee Owned Company!   Austin Industrial is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in E-Verify. 2018-2657
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
Less than 5 years

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