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Senior Contract Administrator

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Job Title: Senior Contract Administrator

Job Description:

The Senior Contract Administrator position is a full time position in Business Wire’s Legal Department in the San Francisco office.

Responsibilities:

The Senior Contract Administrator role assists the Legal Department in the delivery of a range of legal services with a primary focus on managing the administration of and processing the company's out-bound sales agreements.

Duties include reviewing, drafting, and negotiating sales agreements and will include vendor, marketing and affiliate agreements as needed; creating contract summaries, coordinating the distribution and tracking of fully signed agreements, and management of the contract database; provide guidance, expertise, and assistance to Sales in the construction of contracts; organize contracting process and administration of company contract files; management of existing contracts including tracking expiration and special terms; assist with client procurement and internal sales regarding requests for proposal (RFPs) and similar requests; work closely with management to enforce compliance with company policies and procedures related to contracts.

Responsibilities may also include conducting research, tracking, and gathering documents in response to third party subpoenas.


Job Requirements:


At least two years of experience working with and negotiating contracts either in a law firm or in-house setting; Bachelor's degree preferred; Paralegal Certification a plus.

Must be able to understand complex agreements and legal terms.  A good sense of humor is helpful. 

Send a resume and cover letter to:
Business Wire
Via E-mail: seniorcontractadmin.job@businesswire.com

No phone calls.
No recruiters.

Business Wire agrees and represents that it will provide equal employment practices and the contractor and each subcontractor hereunder will ensure that in his or her employment practices persons are employed and employees are treated equally and without regard to or because of race, religion, ancestry , national origin, sexual orientation, age, disability marital status, domestic partner status, or medical condition


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