Conducts proposal preparation; contract negotiation; contract administration; and customer contact activities to provide for proper contract acquisition and fulfillment in accordance with company policies; legal requirements; and customer specifications.
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The Capital and Contract Administrator will be responsible for coordinating and negotiating the purchase of all clinical capital equipment and services for Hospital System. The position requires a strong ability to communicate and collaborate with various committees, executives, physicians, as well as department management and staff to obtain best pricing for capital equipment, services and associated supplies.
In this role, you will be responsible for reviewing or authoring contractual agreements, conducting contract negotiations, consulting with multiple technical, program and business managers, and interacting with legal counsel, insurance agents and external customers.
The worker performs highly advanced consultative services and technical assistance work to provide strategic lifecycle planning and management of software assets and software licenses for the Division. Acts as team lead and plans, trains, assigns and mentors the work of others.
In this role, the selected candidate will be developing, evaluating, and managing numerous statewide cooperative information technology related contracts; work with the information technology (IT) vendor community to meet customer IT goods and services requirements.
Conducts proposal preparation; contract negotiation; contract administration; and customer contact activities to provide for proper contract acquisition and fulfillment in accordance with company policies.
Manage the development, review, and revision of contractual arrangements with outside organizations doing business with Parkland and its programs to ensure compliance with Parklands policies and procedures.
This position will work in the Contract Administration Group reporting to the Contract Administration Manager. The administrator is the initial point of contact within the contracts group ensuring that new counterparties are set up in a timely manner and that master contracts are sent out as requested, set up in the system when executed then attached to applicable deals when needed.
Develop contracting strategies for suppliers, especially in light of consolidating companies and multiple years of amendments, and lead key pharmaceutical sourcing processes, such as: opportunity identification, strategy formulation, contract development, negotiation, documentation, and implementation.
Review of all document submissions, including proposals and estimates, while ensuring compliance with the contract; TINA; the Contractors approved business systems; and, Client/Government requirements, rules, processes or regulations.
In this role, the selected candidate performs highly advanced consultative services and technical assistance work to provide strategic life cycle planning and management of software assets and software licenses for the client.