Skills: Contracts Administration
Education: Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
Employment Type: Full Time Contractor
Location: Houston, TX, US
In order to apply for this position, applicants MUST meet the following criteria. If your resume does not match these criteria, you will not be able to apply for this position.
Located in region: North America
Essential Job Duties:
Manage the post award commercial management of Integrated Planning (IP) Development / Execution Teams* (as assigned) Contracts in accordance with the companies Policies and Procedures.
Issue contracts maintaining competitive pricing which support the use of national strategic contracts for the companies high spend / high operational risk categories of materials and services.
Lead Contract revisions / amendments, Purchase and Contract Approval Authority limits.
Manage second level (escalated from Accounts Payable) Contract disputes and invoice resolutions with Suppliers as required.
Pre-qualify new and re-qualify existing contractors, while assuring full compliance with the HES Contractor Safety Program.
Analyze and take pro-active contract management actions using reports on Supplier / Category Contract spend and term.
Provide current Contract (if applicable) or Approved Legal Form to Commercial Strategy Lead.
Participate, as part of a team, the development of Price Books from negotiated Commercial Terms to facilitate Invoice Approvals in the Oracle (ERP) System.
Responsible for reconciling past due orders, securing proof of delivery and reconciling goods receipts for their assigned materials and services categories.
Participate in Supplier Performance Meetings.
Create BPA and Oracle Contract Support documents. Manage Contract Close Outs in Oracle.
As required (assigned) manage the Proponent requirements and corresponding Procurement Strategies (tender, direct negotiation), Approvals and Contracts for designated tactical (minor) * Materials and Services Categories.
Bachelor's degree (Supply Chain, Engineering or Business Administration preferred) or equivalent work experience
Contract terms and conditions (Master Service Agreements, Statement of Commercial Terms) at Paralegal equivalent level
Knowledge in ERP System / Data Repository
Price book design/ simplification from negotiated Commercial Terms
Knowledge (and application) of Procurement Policy, Authorized Approvals, Ethical Business Conduct Policy
Work with Internal Audit on Supplier Audit findings
Excellent communication skills with to interface with Legal (terms and conditions), Accounts Payable (pricing), HES (vendor registration), Proponents (requisition approvals and scope of work clarification) and Suppliers (day-to-day communications).
Excellent time management and organization skills For more information about this role please contact our Houston office
Spencer Ogden recruits the best international talent across all energy sectors, providing industry leading services to our candidates at every stage of the project life cycle.
Our global network of international offices give you access to the world’s most exciting permanent, contract and temporary positions, offering a world of opportunity to our candidates.
Spencer Ogden stands for the best in professional, proactive global energy recruitment – and our Oil & Gas team is no exception. Our managers have a wealth of experience both in recruitment and on-site, giving them the perfect insight and knowledge to understand your recruitment needs. We deliver worldwide across the upstream and downstream sectors to an award-winning standard - and it’s how we do it that makes all the difference.
To meet the challenges, we bring local knowledge with a global perspective and work within the political, geographical, social and cultural reality, not against it.
We also have a bespoke, end-to-end recruitment solution to overcome the challenges of mobilizing personnel into these harsh environments when needed. Wherever you are in the world we have comprehensive candidate care including an in-house team dedicated to our contractors.