APTIM Senior Contract Administrator in Toledo, Ohio
Reviews, negotiates, and administers business aspects, terms, conditions and risk mitigation of client contracts and subcontracts for business line/unit, branch office, and/or program office.
Review, manage, administer prime Government, Municipal, State, and Commercial RFPs, teaming agreements, contracts, change orders and other legally binding contractual documents.
Provide advice to management/technical personnel and negotiate agreements with clients. Coordinate review of these documents with Legal, Health and Safety, Quality Assurance, Accounting, and Risk Management as necessary.
Obtain Certificates of Insurance and Bonds, as required. Advise/train technical staff regarding contract administration, risk avoidance, change order management, and cost and pricing.
Review Client Project Setup forms to ensure that a properly reviewed and approved contract is in place and that the information provided on the form is consistent with that in the contract.
Provide support as requested in areas of contract close-out, indirect rate adjustments, Federal Government audits, proposal preparation, etc. Negotiate contract terms, pricing, change orders, and final settlements with clients.
Advise Senior Business Line Leaders, Program/Project Managers of scope and administrative procedures to achieve full contractual compliance.
Develop cost/pricing data for contracts as required. Analyzes requests for proposals and contract terms and appraises senior management of potential business risks.
Develop special contract language and custom agreements to meet special project needs.
Must be able to identify areas of potential risks to corporation (warranties, insurance, indemnification) and to enforce provisions of contract. Recommend pricing strategies and contract terms to management required to complete client negotiations.
Must be capable of operating independently.
Experience with EPA contracting and Department of Energy contract administration knowledge preferred.
10+ years relevant experience.
APTIM was created by Veritas Capital, a leading private equity firm, following acquisition of CB&I's Capital Services business. With approximately 15,000 employees deployed across hundreds of offices and customer sites globally, APTIM provides integrated maintenance services, environmental engineering and remediation, infrastructure, EPC services, program management, disaster response and recovery, resiliency planning, and energy management services for private sector and government customers. Our timely and cost-effective solutions not only satisfy our customers' needs, but also improve the quality of life for people around the world.
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