Job Description - Contracts Administrator 3-Fin (19000W9Q) Preferred Qualifications
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Previous customer serviceexperience is a plus.
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The Deal Specialist is a partner forthe Sales team, offering support mainly for pre, but also for post-sales activitiesin order to secure the successful outcome of the negotiation process.
Theposition involves working in a multi-cultural environment and covering multiplecountries and / or lines of business. The work is fast-
paced and seasonal innature, corresponding with Oracle’s quarterly and annual fiscal cycles. The Deal Specialist creates and validates contract documentation using Oracle'sstandard document templates, a set of contract options and in accordance withOracle's policies and approvals, in response to requests received from Sales.
Given the business complexity, the contracts may require non-standard terms,subject to further analysis related to approvals and clauses creation.
For thatpurpose, the Deal Specialist follows defined engagement guidelines to liaisewith other Deal Management teams, Finance, Legal and other groups across Oracleto ensure policy compliance and mitigate corporate risk.
Duties and tasks arestandard with some variation, in accordance with the role’s specifics.
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Detailed Description and Job Requirements Processes and invoices customer orders in accordance with agreed contracts. Monitors contract and business terms to mitigate Oracle's risk.
As a member of Contract Management you will assist customers, both internal and external, with license contract interpretation, negotiations and administration of licensing agreements including extensions, new business, invoicing, credit holds, receivable issues and consolidations.
Draft and negotiate standard and non-standard contracts. Act as a liaison between consultants, Credit, License, Tax, Business Practices, Revenue accounting, and customers to resolve contractual and consulting business issues.
Validate all aspects of contract packages for accuracy and compliance with Oracle's Business Practices and Consulting Business Approvals / Process while maintaining customer satisfaction and responsiveness.
Submit contract order packages to Revenue accounting for order processing and project funding. Anticipate problems and initiate actions to ensure customer orders are processed efficiently.
Prepare contract status reports. Job duties are varied and complex utilizing independent judgment. May have project lead role.
Excellent written, verbal, interpersonal, and analytical communication skills. Organized, detail oriented, and time management skills.
Experience drafting and negotiating complex commercial, federal, state, and / or local government contracts. Ability to work effectively under time critical deadlines.
Working knowledge of FAR / DFARS. Proficient in Email, MS Word and Excel. Knowledge of Oracle policies and procedures desired.
5 year experience in contracts, purchasing, or equivalent. BA / BS degree, Paralegal Certification or equivalent years of experience.
Prior experience in high tech industry preferred.As part of Oracle's employment process candidates will be required to successfully complete a pre-
employment screening process. This will involve identity and employment verification, professional references, education verification and professional qualifications and memberships (if applicable).
As part of Oracle's employment process candidates will be required to successfully complete a pre-employment screening process.
This will involve identity and employment verification, professional references, education verification and professional qualifications and memberships (if applicable).