Contracts Specialist IV

Anchorage, Alaska, United States

Job Reference 1238229

Location Anchorage, Alaska, United States

Industry Oil & Gas - Onshore Oil

Function Document Control

Job Type Contract

Date Added February 7, 2024

Primary Job Responsibilities
• Accountable for specific sourcing and contracting efforts for execution of project contract & procurement strategy requirements while meeting critical project schedule deadlines
• Gather market and contractor information through market intelligence and RFIs
• Analyze suitability of potential contractors in accordance with Company and project specific contractor qualification criterion
• Responsible for contract formation (pre-award) of contracts, including but not limited to terms & conditions, contract commercial schemes and contract exhibits
• Development and recommendation of supplier negotiation strategies
• Ensures compliance by contractors and suppliers to the terms and conditions of contracts
• Responsible for contract administration including contract changes, claims and documentation
• Successful management of contract interfaces on the project: contracting, purchasing, expediting, QA/QC, logistics, materials management and other project functions
• Collaborate with the Corporate and BU Supply Chain organizations
• Works together with Project Services (e.g. cost control, planner, etc.) to monitor contract value against expenditures and invoice rate validation
• Responsible for development and participation in post award contract requirements, including but not limited to KPIs and contract performance criterion
• Responsible for closing-out of contracts to release contractor and related claims
• Responsible for effective transition and handover of contract documentation and other requirements for operational start-up
• Participate on the Incident Management Team as required and attend IMT Trainings and annual exercises.

 
Basic Requirements
• Bachelors’ degree or higher in Business, Finance, Supply Chain, Engineering, Construction Management or foreign equivalent
• 5+ years of Supply Chain Management and contracts experience
• Advanced level knowledge of commercial strategies and market dynamics
• Advanced level knowledge of contracting and procurement for engineering, procurement, and construction for major upstream capital project activities
• Advanced level knowledge of leading strategies, negotiations, and deliverables for complex scopes and large spend (greater than $10MM) contracts
• Travel to North Slope approximately once per month during summer and winter construction seasons

 
Preferred Requirements
• 10+ years of Supply Chain experience with construction contracting emphasis
• Previous experience of working in remote Arctic or offshore environment
• Local Alaska and Global market exposure
• CPM and or PMP professional designation
• Advanced level communication and interpersonal skills required to work in a dynamic project team environment and be influential
• Advanced level ability to analyze/interpret information effectively to solve problems and recommend decisions
• Advanced level understanding of contract ramifications to HSE and Quality
• Invites dialogue to gain a shared understanding and influences with confidence to drive performance and achieve business results.
• Builds strong relationships based on trust and seeks opportunities to collaborate across the matrix/organizational boundaries to achieve business goals.      
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