Contract Development ManagerReq # JR - 066634 Location United States (Remote) Job Category Administrative Date posted 05/02/2022
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The Contract Development Manager is an individual contributor responsible for reviewing, redlining, and supporting the National and Enterprise Accounts teams during negotiations of a portfolio of GPO, Top 100 IDNs, and Vendor commercial contracts from the initial contract development phase through contract execution and all required contract amendments during the life of the contract. The Contract Development Manager will also assist the organization in reviewing related terms and conditions for orders, bids and related contracts and coordinates with Legal, Finance, Marketing, Sales and other business units as appropriate for key commercial contracts in support of the U.S commercial contract portfolios.
This position can be located remotely within the US, except for Colorado.
What you'll be doing:
Review all Contract Terms and Conditions related to the assigned contract portfolio
Participate in strategy calls and incorporate requirements into contract language
Provide contract support to the National and Enterprise Accounts teams
Occasional direct customer communication to discuss terms and conditions on behalf of the company during negotiations
Work closely with Legal to ensure all contracts are acceptable to our company's terms and conditions. Assist Legal in drafting and developing language as it pertains to contracts and bids.
Work closely with Finance, HR, Risk Management, Marketing, Sales, Sales Management, Credit, etc. to ensure all contracts are in compliance with our company's contracting guidelines.
Responsible for maintenance of contracts to include updates and amendments to reflect changes in our company's contract offerings and contract extensions.
Work directly with the Compliance and Analytics Teams to respond to internal and external audits as they pertain to assigned contracts.
Work directly with the Contract Management Teams to ensure pricing and other key terms are implemented per the terms of the contract.
Maintain Finance contract tracking logs and loading contracts in document retention software
Utilize the SAP Aribia software alerts to report contract status and notify the appropriate business leads of upcoming contract expirations, compliance requirements, and other key contract dates.
Communicate finalized contracts/amendments for contract implementation/maintenance.
What you'll bring:
Bachelor’s Degree in business or related field required
A minimum of 5 years of related experience, or 3 years and a Masters Degree
Knowledge of contracting and negotiation
Experience in Med Device/ Pharmaceutical Industry, strongly preferred
Excellent oral and written communication skills and excellent personal organization skills
Experience in problem identification and ability to solve problems creatively
Ability to work with and communicate with multiple levels in the organization including executives
Proficient in Microsoft Office especially MS Word and Excel
The successful candidate for this job may be required to verify that he or she has been vaccinated against COVID-19, subject to reasonable accommodations for individuals with medical conditions or religious beliefs that prevent vaccination, and in accordance with applicable law.
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