8AM - 5PM
$47,600 - $70,800
The Contracts Analyst will collaborate closely with the Director of Contracts to administer standardized and template based contracts for the school of medicine (SOM). Ensures contracts are routed appropriately, approvals obtained, supporting documentation is in order, investigates discrepancies, and formatted consistent with policy. Will be responsible for the mechanism defined to track contract details to ensure timely and efficient administration. The incumbent will serve as a representative with various stakeholders to obtain and communicate information to resolve contract-related operational issues; and will maintain ongoing relationships.
Working knowledge and understanding of specific contracting assignments.
Written, verbal and professional interpersonal communications skills.
Ability to deal effectively with broad and diverse constituencies enduring strong customer service orientation and skills.
Listing and political acumen skills.
Organizational, presentation and negotiation skills.
Knowledge of the organization, including its infrastructure, goals, mission, rules, policies, guidelines, et cetera.
Working knowledge of internal departmental/unit operating policies, applicable state and federal regulations and general contract terms.
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