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Contract Analyst
Reference Code:43864
United States (US):Charleston,WV
Job Category:Supply Chain/Procurement
Employment Type:Employee Full:time
Relocation Eligibility:This position is not eligible for our relocation program
General Information
Reporting to the Manager, Supply Chain US Projects TC East, supporting the Modernization and Capital Maintenance Programs, the Contract Analyst will manage contracting strategy, preparation, negotiation, execution and performance of all the contracts within their category, department, major project, or area of responsibility. Seeks and proposes improvements to all aspects of contract management, through awareness andappropriate involvement in the profession's Body of Knowledge and related research, Best Practices in benchmarking, tools and methods to ensure the intendedvalue from contracts is achieved and improved through the life of the contract.A commitment to continuous improvement, with respect to contractual KPIperformance criteria, and the development of learning sources to enable the Supply Chain Contract Analyst career path.Working closely with the CategorySpecialists (Leads), Business Units and the SC Projects Teams, will execute the sourcing and contracting strategy and plan for a category or major project to meet requirements.
:Act as contractual "Liaison" between employees and customers, ensuring timely review and approval/reconciliation of variations;
:Continually identify, prioritize and mitigate risks and issues related to supplier contracts and performance;
:Provide guidance on contract matters to project managers or other operational staff, including training in contracting practices/procedures.
:Coach supply chain business unit facing/ business unit contract owners to drive performance and compliance of contracts;
:Create award recommendation based on sourcing event and negotiations outcome;
:Develop commercial contract strategies (e.g. pricing types, optional pricing, incentives, milestones, etc.);
:Ensure that contract close:out requirements are achieved in a timely fashion as per contractual obligations;
:Oversee the implementation of multiple master service and master material supply agreements (MSAs), Stand:Alone agreements, andall purchase orders released;
:Serve as the point of contact for customers on contractual matters;
:Contribute to departmental and major project business planning;
:Develop and implement procedures for contract management and administration. As appropriate, contribute to or influence company policies;
:Develop and manage supplier change management and communication plans with respect to sourcing events;
:Responsible for completing critical SC activities for project turnovers and newly acquired asset integrations.
:Actively review scorecard metrics as it relates to the policy, processes and procedures, and work with staff to put plans in place toachieve 100 compliance, continuous improvement and enhanced services to Categories, Business Units and Major Projects;
:Assist Projects and Business Units in the preparation and issuance of competitive sourcing and tender documents, the commercial evaluation of bids, and recommendations, as required for project teams; Bidders Conference, Clarifications/Verifications, Create and confirm bid list;
:Create detailed plans/strategies for negotiations and track negotiation results and savings through multiple rounds of discussions;
:Develop and execute strategic sourcing RF(x) events in accordance with approved category/project plans;
:Identify and communicate market dynamics, supplier risk exposure, (e.g. SC disruption, financial risk, interdependence, etc.), cost, pricing and governance issues on a global scale, where applicable, to deliver real advantage and bring significant value Stakeholders;
:Lead the primary and secondary sourcing process end to end providing obje


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