Job Description :
Location: Miamisburg, Oh
Term: Till year end. plus possible ext.
Description:

Position Title: Contract Manager

Job Summary

The primary role of the Contract Administrator is to provide functional expertise to internal clients throughout the contracting process. The Contract Administrator uses their knowledge of business arrangements to analyze agreement structures and will recommend the proper legal agreement(s) to fit the situation. The Contract Administrator will be the first point of contact for answering legal questions regarding a contract during the term of the contract.

Key Responsibilities

Advise clients on all aspects of the contracting process.
Particpate as part of the negotiating team on supplier agreements
Select, revise, and draft appropriate legal agreements to fit business situations. Draft/revise language to address new risk areas as business needs evolve (i.e. cloud services personal data protection)
Communicate effectively with internal and external attorneys, internal partnership marketing associates (backup responsibilities only), and suppliers.
Prepare agreement summaries which include analysis on costs, risks, benefits, etc.
Respond to questions concerning the execution of existing agreements.
Identify cost savings opportunities whenever possible, and recommend contractual terms that mitigate risk.
Provide back-up support for the Teradata escrow process
Provide back-up support for the Teradata Supplier Diversity Program Assist in the identification of Minority, Woman or Veteran Businesses, Represent Teradata at Diversity forums or related business events, perform tracking and reporting in accordance to supplier/government reporting requirements.
Provide back-up support Teradata’s IP Evaluation process – selection and support of agreements defined for each product offering, secure appropriate business signoffs/approvals and ensure Certificates of Destruction are obtained and maintained upon conclusion. Customer Supporting role.
Participate in occasional special projects involving contract management/Procurement as needed.


Work environment and schedule

Normal office environment
M-F, 8 a.m. – 5+ p.m. (this position is a 40+ hour/week position, but may require extended hours during times of peak activity
This is not a virtual/flex time position.

Skills & Attributes

Innovative and Resourceful - Draws from a large pool of diverse resources or information.
Strong negotiation skills
Creative - Develops new approaches for situations in which standard approaches do not apply.
Adaptable - Adjusts to multiple demands, shifting priorities, ambiguity, and rapid change. Accepts and adapts to new or alternative approaches.
Excellent communication (written and oral), business, analytical, and problem-solving/trouble-shooting skills
Ability to lead problem solving activity
Effective resource management and project management skills/capabilities
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment
The ability to support a high volume of activity
Learn and maintain high level familiarity of Procurement commodity areas adequate to drive negotiations to timely resolution/delivery.

Basic Qualifications

Bachelors or Associate degree in legal, paralegal, or possess relevant work experience.
Have strong skills in a variety of areas including paralegal work, communication, organization, teaming, analysis, and decision making.

Preferred Qualifications

Intellectual Property
Significant Supplier agreements experience
Comfort with data analytics and reporting tools.

Essential Functions
Ability to type
Ability to look at a computer monitor for extended periods of time
Ability to sit for at least 8 hours/mostly sedentary work
Ability to push/pull/drag up to 25 lbs
Occasional reaching, stooping, bending, kneeling, crouching
Ability to see clearly at 20 inches or less