Development Contract Administrator

PUB303291

About this role

About this role

Applications are invited for this permanent role as a Development Contract Administrator, for our client based in New Bedford, MA with offices in Boston, MA.

It's an opportunity to grow with a company that has seen strong growth and has great prospects. Apply today for your chance to be part of their future success.

As Development Contract Administrator you will assist the Development Team in timely negotiation, drafting, and execution of contracts and amendments for engineering studies, surveys, stakeholder engagement initiatives, and option/leasing transactions.

You will be responsible for creating internal procurement documentation and obtaining finance approval. You will monitor the contract statuses and provide any other contractual support needed. This position will report to the Development Operations Manager.

In this role you will be:

  • Preparing, reviewing, administering and tracking various contracts, proposals and renewals for the Development Team
  • Monitoring contracts and moving forward with close-out, extensions, amendments, renewal of contracts, or notifications as required
  • Preparing internal procurement process documentation and monitoring approval status
  • Coordinating internal finance approval
  • Maintaining and implementing a consistent strategy with General Counsel and Development Team on standard terms and conditions, master service agreements, liquidated damage agreements, and other contractual terms
  • Communicating and presenting information regarding contract statuses on a weekly basis
  • Creating and maintaining consistent, positive relationships with team members and vendors
  • May assist with contract negotiations
  • May participate in contract reviews or work with vendors on proposed changes to contract terms
  • Securing approvals for contracts or escalates any vendor inquiries or requested changes to current contracts.
  • Explaining terms to vendors and answers questions about contracts

Requirements

Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree plus a minimum of 3 years of related experience
  • Previous experience working in project development is a plus with solid skills in Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

You'll need a high level of organization and attention to detail, be able to effectively manage risk and resolve conflicts, understand contractual terms and conditions and strategies, and be able to prioritize time-sensitive tasks.

The Location: our client is based in New Bedford, MA, with offices in Boston, MA.

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Benefits

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Your consultant, Maria Shchelokova is happy to clarify anything about this vacancy. When reaching out, use the pub number:
PUB303291

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Maria Shchelokova
Brunel USA - Houston
m.shchelokova@brunel.net

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