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Contracts Agent

Precision Resource Company, a division of System One is actively seeking a Contracts Agent for a contract position in Minneapolis, MN. Precision Resource Company (Precision), established in 1996, is a full-service, nationwide, total solutions staffing provider.

Precision’s personnel are routinely involved with projects in power plants, refineries, energy plants and industrial facilities from coast to coast. We provide personnel for contract staffing, direct placement positions and managed resource programs. Relationships, thoughtfulness and trust – these are the keys to Precision Resource Company's success.

Precision is always interested in personnel that are driven by a willingness to take on varied challenges presented by exciting work opportunities and customer projects, a drive to deliver the best skill level and experience to the work at-hand, and a determination to produce results on time, within budget – safely. “Professional People Precisely Placed” In this position candidate will develop negotiation strategies for key projects and leads negotiations with suppliers representing all internal stakeholders. Forms, negotiates and executes contracts and monitors supplier performance to optimize project success. Sources for high-value, complex goods and services in support of significant company projects.

Ensures company compliance with all terms and conditions in contract agreements. Help facilitate the negotiation and resolution of minor contract dispute issues and reviews and makes recommendations for resolution of major contract disputes. Organizes, schedules, and participates in contract compliance audits.

Prepares financial and operational reports, originated invoices within the department, and reviews and approves invoices. Assures accuracy of all related data within the Management and Accounting System.

  • Looking for strong skills in CONSTRUCTION, engineering and EPC contracts A MUST.

  • Must be able to develop RFP strategy, lead cross functional teams through source selection, and effectively negotiate and deliver resulting contracts.

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Engineering, Project Management, Finance or equivalent experience required.

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite and significant experience with purchasing and sourcing systems is required.

  • Must be results-oriented and customer focused.

  • Strong interpersonal, relationship, and presentation skills are required. Pay Rate $42.00/hr. Contract duration 12 – 18 months ID: 2016-5238

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Contract Clerk Lead

Contract Clerk Lead Overview Please do not use the browser back button while completing the application. Date Posted: 5/19/2017 Posting End Date: 6/1/2017 Location:

Unions City: Chicago State: IL Country:

United States of America Category: Administrative Support(Including Clerical and Sales) FLSA Status: Exempt Salary Mid Point: -- Salary Range: $26.32 - $32.90 Description Reporting directly to the Director of Contracts, the Lead Contract Clerk develops, administers, and reviews agreements as required.

Performs contract analysis and monitors contracts for compliance including the calculation of recurring fee adjustments. Reviews and verifies all aspects of billing. Assists in the administration of Purchase of Service and Trackage Rights Agreements including, but not limited to, fare change and service change notices and on-time performance calculations.

Assists in the drafting, development and administration of agreements to accommodate filming on Metra property and special trains including, but not limited to, charters, excursions, and special event trains. Performs other related duties as assigned to meet the ongoing needs of the organization. Metra is a railroad employer subject to the provisions of the Railroad Retirement Tax Act, not the Social Security Administration. Requirements + Bachelor’s Degree required (Business Administration or Accounting majors preferred) OR in lieu of specified degree, any combination of education and experience may be substituted for the required degree that equals four (4) years in office administration or contract management.

  • In addition to #1, must have three (3) years’ experience in two (2) of the following: processing invoices for payments, railroad operations, or contract administration.

  • Must have proficiency with MS Word, Outlook and Excel, as well as familiarity with PowerPoint and Access.

  • Must have excellent math, written, communication, and organizational skills and interact effectively with all levels of management, employees and the public.

  • Must be able to type 40 wpm.

  • Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license. Metra is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

    It is our policy to fill vacant positions with qualified candidates without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, gender identity, disability, or any protected categories, assuming an individual can perform the essential functions of the job with or without accommodation. Apply Now + Back to Results + Save this Job + Refer this Job Apply Now

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Contract Clerk

Badger Daylighting Corpis looking for a Contract Clerk based out of the Brownsburg, IN office.  Reporting to the National Accounts/ContractManager this position will be responsible for recording and trackingcustomer contract along with following up on emails and phone calls tocustomers in order to complete files. This individual will also will beresponsible for filing, providing administrative support and answering thetelephone as necessary. The Contracts Clerk will also assist the ContractsSpecialist, National Accounts/Contract Manager and the US Finance and
Administration Manager in providing support to the corporate operations.

Specific Duties

  • Record contracts, purchase orders, etc. as they are received.

  • Complete general information (i.e. submit OSHA,EMR, etc.)

  • Process Pre-qualifications, Vendor Registrations, etc. as required.

  • Request insurance certificates as needed.

  • Process W-9 requests, as required.

  • Review requests for information from customers and provide the appropriate follow-up.

  • Confirm approval with Managers rates, scope, etc. and follow-up as needed.

  • Prepare contract file for Contract Specialist’s review.

  • Email contract back to customer or attach cover letter and send packet back to customer by federal express, when originals are required.

  • Ensure appropriate managers and departments within Badger are copied on information that relates to their area.

  • Maintain Master list of all contracts.

  • Scan and ID customer file and create customer specific log.

  • Maintain and update weekly log of all contract items received every Friday by noon.

  • Process Online Purchase Orders for specific customers.

  • Follow-up for returned contracts.

  • Scan and file contracts upon final receipts.

  • Assist Contract Specialists, National Accounts/Contracts Manager, and US Finance and Administration Manager with special projects as time allows.

  • Filing as needed.

  • Assist area managers with information for growth as needed

  • Associate's degree in Business or High School diploma with relevant work experience in lieu of degree.

  • Minimum of two years’ experience in a fast-paced office administration role, construction industry preferred.

  • Must be extremely detail oriented and have an excellent ability to focus on the task on hand.

  • Must have a positive attitude and a self-motivated work ethic.

  • Must have the ability to meet deadlines with accurate work.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

  • Strong organization skills in order to handle the high volume and detailed tasks associated with this position.

  • Must possess strong problem solving and analytical skills.

    Badger Daylighting Corp offers competitive compensation packages, an incredible work environment, and career advancement opportunities. Badger Daylighting Corp offers a comprehensive benefit program which includes Health, Dental, Disability, Life, Employer Matching 401k program and Paid Time Off.  Badger Daylighting Corp is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

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Contracting And Acquisitions Agent L2(F14b)

Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services

Classified Position Announcement

Contracting and Acquisitions Agent L2(F14B) PIN #: 4520-1263

Announcement # 2017-34 OFC

Salary Range: $26,502.00 - $48,587.00 Number of Vacancies: 1 Work Location: Oklahoma Forensic Center - Vinita Open Date: 5/17/2017 Close Date: 5/23/2017 Minimum Qualifications and Experience:

Level 2: Requirements at this level consist of those identified in Level 1 plus one year of experience involving contracting and purchasing. Level 1:

Requirements at this level consist of three years technical clerical work; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Major Work Duties: Positions in this job family are assigned responsibilities involving the acquisition of goods and services for an institution or agency.

Probationary period (or trial period, if applicable) required. Additional Factors for Consideration: Applicants must be willing and able to fulfill all job-related travel normally associated with this position.

Persons appointed to positions within some agencies must possess or obtain certification as a Certified Procurement Officer (CPO) no later than eleven months from the date of appointment. Drug and Alcohol Pre-employment and Pre-placement Testing. Upon a conditional offer of employment, applicants for safety sensitive positions shall be required to submit to urinalysis to test for drugs.

Appointment to a safety sensitive position shall be contingent upon a negative drug test result. Method of Application: Classified Positions:

Permanent/reinstatement employees must apply @http://www.jobaps.com under the intenal job tab. All other applicants must apply through the Office of Personnel Management website @http://www.jobaps.com under the current job tab.

Unclassified positions: Applicants must submit a resume that includes job title and announcement number along with a copy of the applicant's most recent performance evaluation.

Reasonable accommodation to individuals with disabilities may be provided upon request. THIS AGENCY REQUIRES COVERAGE 24 HOURS, 7 DAYS PER WEEK. WORK HOURS AND LOCATION MAY VARY DEPENDING ON BUSINESS NECESSITY. EMPLOYEES MAY BE REQUIRED TO WORK WEEKENDS AND OVERTIME.

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Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services

Human Resources Management

Oklahoma Forensic Center

P.O. Box 69

Vinita, OK 743010069

Telephone number ( 918) 713- 5549



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Contracting Agent

Job Description: Plans, manages, and assumes complete responsibility for contracting related activities and processes associated with the acquisition of moderate -higher value / moderate - higher risk materials and/or services to support the operational needs of the Company.

Prepares contract-related documents; recommends contract awards; develops supplier proposals criteria and evaluation tools; evaluates supplier proposals; negotiates contracts; drafts contracts; interfaces with all levels of internal and external clients; leads and participates on cross-functional teams; establishes and maintains favorable supplier relationships; establishes contract attributes, remedies, and options; drafts special contract language; leads and identifies supplier alliance opportunities; resolves conflict between suppliers and company; mentors lower level contracting agents and support staff. Manages entire purchasing process for moderate - higher value / moderate - higher risk and moderately complex materials and/or services. Assists client in developing requirements and scope of work documentation.

Writes and manages solicitation documents. Coordinates proposal evaluations. Recommends contract awards.

Writes purchase documents. Evaluates supplier qualifications. Identifies alternative suppliers.

Negotiates purchase agreements. Works closely with internal support organizations including Law Department, Accounts Payable, and Risk Management. Documents entire purchasing process.

Develops and manages supplier alliance opportunities. Resolves conflict between suppliers and company.

  • Establishes and maintains collaborative relationships within teams and suppliers to optimize Total Cost of Ownership; assists clients with the development of specifications, requirements and scopes of work; identifies opportunities for greater use of industry specifications, identifies alternate service applications, and secures reliable, cost effective sources for moderate - higher value / moderate-higher risk materials and/or service.

  • Meets with internal clients on a regular basis to understand client needs and to strengthen client relationships. Assists with development and implementation of purchasing strategies for moderate - higher value / moderate - higher risk materials and/or services that meet company requirements. Maintains emphasis on reliable and efficient suppliers, lowest overall cost, optimum quality and availability, and significant contribution to the Supplier Diversity (WMDVBE) goals.

  • Leads special projects as directed by Portfolio Manager to identify and implement cost saving programs. Works on cross-functional teams to develop strategies to add value through Supply Management lead projects. Trains clients in formal training settings and informally through ongoing contact in proper contract management and administration principles.

  • Ensures client compliance with appropriate Procurement, Ethical Behavior, and Accounting policies

  • Mentors lower level Contracting Agents and support staff.

  • Maintains records to demonstrate that proper protocol was followed in the sourcing and contracting processes and in the implementation of the supplier relationship. External Qualifications: All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment for without regard to race, color, religion, sex orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, disability or protected veteran status. * Typically requires a bachelor's degree in Purchasing, Supply Chain, Business, English, Computer Science, Economics, or other related field and/or 5 - 8 years supply management experience.

    A Masters Degree in Business Administration, or other advanced academic degrees or training is highly desirable. A valid California driver's license is required. Typically requires materials and/or services purchasing experience and has successfully completed purchases over $1,000,000, and/or 2 - 4 years of experience in specific service and/or material expertise. Certified Purchasing Manager (CPM) designation or similar professional certification in Supply Management is desirable.

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Contracts & Purchasing Agent II - Time-Limited

Contracts & Purchasing Agent II - Time-Limited

Date:

May 22, 2017

Location: Everett, WA, US Apply now » Apply now

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Job ID

5441 Department Contracts & Purchasing (10000021)

Union Classification

Non Union

Type Full Time - Salaried # of Openings 1.0

Job Location Everett, Washington (US-WA)

Closing Date 06/06/2017 Salary/Wage $55,000.00 - $75,000.00 annually Time-Limited This is a Time-Limited position not to exceed 2 years.

Job Definition Responsible for procuring acceptable materials, supplies, equipment, contractors, and consultants in a timely, cost-effective, and efficient manner; and administering, coordinating, analyzing, and evaluating requests, specifications and contract documents.

Distinguishing Characteristics N/A

Essential Job Functions Selects vendors, contractors and/or consultants; instructs project leaders during selection process for architectural and/or engineering services; authorizes, issues, and administers purchase orders and contracts. Coordinates with requestors, project leaders, other District staff, vendors, contractors, and consultants as appropriate.

Analyzes requests for purchases and contracts; selects proper procurement methods; obtains and evaluates bids, quotations, and proposals. Evaluates and recommends District procurement policies and procedures or departmental method changes. Develops and negotiates changes to improve requisitions, specifications, and scopes-of-work with requestors.

Ensures compliance with District authorization policies, and coordinates review with Corporate Counsel as appropriate. Interviews representatives for vendors, manufacturers, contractors, and consultants to establish and verify capabilities for performance; refers representatives to other District personnel when appropriate.

Administers and analyzes reference files; monitors contract status and vendor, contractor, and consultant performance; identifies problem areas.

Consults with affected District personnel; takes steps to correct deficiencies. Makes recommendations for addition or deletion of suppliers, contractors, and or consultants from approved or pre-qualified lists. Instructs District personnel on procurement policy, procedure, and law to enhance efficiency and cooperation.

Researches and responds to questions from District and State Auditors. Analyzes, negotiates, modifies, approves, and administers change orders and payment requests for purchases, leases, and contracts. Analyzes contractor/consultant insurance certificates and bonds, and input from Risk Management personnel.

Approves, disapproves, or makes recommendations regarding contractor/consultant insurance certificates and bonds. Works with receiving personnel, project leaders, and insurance and bonding companies to initiate, negotiate, and resolve claims against vendors, contractors, and/or consultants. Communicates with materials/warehouse staff to analyze and maintain appropriate inventory levels.

Maintains a current knowledge of and ensures adherence to: District procurement policies and procedures; District Directives; state statutes; and, federal regulations governing procurement.

Specialized Job Functions N/A

Other Job Functions Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications Knowledge of: • Contract management policies and procedures. • Pertinent federal, state and local laws and regulations relating to construction, contract administration and management. • Computer applications including word processing, spreadsheets and databases. • Business concepts/theories/practices. • Report writing techniques and practices. • Research and analysis techniques. • Business communications. • Contract law. • Bidding procedures and contract documents. • Accounting and bookkeeping practices. • Purchasing practices. • Basic engineering and construction practices. Ability to: • Communicate effectively with all levels in the organization, outside agencies, and the public. • Maintain accurate record systems. • Effectively coordinate a variety of business office tasks simultaneously. • Use personal computer and associated software. • Use independent and discretionary judgment. • Provide flexible customer service. • Handle confidential information. • Work in a flexible, self-directed team environment. • Interpret technical specifications. • Create and make presentations. • Evaluate contracts, bonds and material bids. Experience/Education + Associates degree in Business Administration or related field; and, + Three (3) years progressively more responsible contracts and purchasing experience. License/Certification • Valid Washington State Driver License

Preferred Qualifications + Electric utility experience.

Working Conditions • Duties are performed primarily in an office environment, and may require use of computers. • Travel to business meetings and District offices may be required. Snohomish County P.U.D. #1 is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Women, Disabled and Veterans.

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Contract Billing Clerk - Houston / Cyrpess, TX

CONTRACT ROLE IN OUR CYPRESS OFFICE.  CLEARINGHOUSE EXPERIENCE REQUIRED
PRACTICE OVERVIEW

Radiology Partners is the largest and fastest growing on-site radiology practice in the US. We are an innovative practice focused on transforming how radiologists provide consistently exceptional services to hospitals, imaging centers, referring physicians and patients. With our state-of-the art clinical technology, specialized expertise, access to capital, and retention of top physician talent, Radiology Partners reliably exceeds the expectations of our clients, patients, and partners. We serve our clients with an operational focus, and, above all, a commitment to quality patient care. Our mission is To Transform Radiology.

POSITION SUMMARY

Radiology Partners is seeking a Billing Clerk to perform administrative and billing support, and clerical and data processing tasks of a routine but varied nature in conjunction with moderate but proficient computer skills. Must be proficient in typing and possess the ability to operate a computer, copy/fax machine and calculator. Must have strong, professional, and courteous interpersonal and communication skills. Knowledge of medical insurance preferred. Works with management to identify issues and opportunities for improvement in demographic process.


POSITION DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Assists Management and team with administrative and clerical support

Support general healthcare billing and collections functions

Types and distributes correspondence in a professional manner

Maintains and regularly updates spreadsheets/databases as needed

Timely assembles documentation for billing, appeals, and reporting as needed

Uses office equipment to complete tasks, i.e. copies, computer, fax machine, telephone

Documents interaction with the client, with special emphasis on gathering information on issues or concerns

Maintains confidentiality of all patient information and is sensitive to confidential matters when interacting with patients/family members. Follows all HIPAA and patient privacy regulations.

May be required to research resources to troubleshoot patient needs

Performs other related duties as assigned or requested by any member of leadership


DESIRED PROFESSIONAL SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE

Some college preferred

At least 2 years of previous office experience including data entry and typing

Demonstrated knowledge of healthcare reimbursement, commercial and government payors

Strong interpersonal/communication skills

Attention to detail and a high degree of accuracy when performing data entry

Proficient computer skills

Strong level of organizational skills

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Agent Contracting Admin

Job Title

Agent Contracting Admin

Location

Carmel, IN

Job Details

CNO Financial has an opening for an Agent Contracting Administrator. This individual will create and maintain agent contracting which includes ensuring all required documents are received and processed accurately within the required service level. These processes can include, but are not limited to, appointing, terminating and maintaining agent/agency hierarchies.

This position requires working directly with team members, other departments within the company, along with independent agents and vendors.

Other duties include:

  • Ensuring each agent and/or agency is properly licensed and appointed(based on state requirements)

  • Adding/Updating agent or agency demographics, state license, state appointments, and product profiles.

  • Serving as backup for other contracting functions to ensure service levels are maintained.

Job Requirements:

  • High School Diploma with 1-3 years of experience in related field required

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills

  • Proven ability to articulate the needs for requirements

  • Microsoft Word and Excel experience required

  • Strong understanding of Department of Insurance appointment/termination process is strongly preferred

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Contracting Agent

Plans, manages, and assumes complete responsibility for contracting related activities and processes associated with the acquisition of moderate -higher value / moderate - higher risk materials and/or services to support the operational needs of the Company. Prepares contract-related documents; recommends contract awards; develops supplier proposals criteria and evaluation tools; evaluates supplier proposals; negotiates contracts; drafts contracts; interfaces with all levels of internal and external clients; leads and participates on cross-functional teams; establishes and maintains favorable supplier relationships; establishes contract attributes, remedies, and options; drafts special contract language; leads and identifies supplier alliance opportunities; resolves conflict between suppliers and company; mentors lower level contracting agents and support staff.

Manages entire purchasing process for moderate - higher value / moderate - higher risk and moderately complex materials and/or services. Assists client in developing requirements and scope of work documentation. Writes and manages solicitation documents.

Coordinates proposal evaluations. Recommends contract awards. Writes purchase documents.

Evaluates supplier qualifications. Identifies alternative suppliers. Negotiates purchase agreements.

Works closely with internal support organizations including Law Department, Accounts Payable, and Risk Management. Documents entire purchasing process. Develops and manages supplier alliance opportunities. Resolves conflict between suppliers and company.

*Establishes and maintains collaborative relationships within teams and suppliers to optimize Total Cost of Ownership; assists clients with the development of specifications, requirements and scopes of work; identifies opportunities for greater use of industry specifications, identifies alternate service applications, and secures reliable, cost effective sources for moderate - higher value / moderate-higher risk materials and/or service.

  • Meets with internal clients on a regular basis to understand client needs and to strengthen client relationships.Assists with development and implementation of purchasing strategies for moderate - higher value / moderate - higher risk materials and/or services that meet company requirements. Maintains emphasis on reliable and efficient suppliers, lowest overall cost, optimum quality and availability, and significant contribution to the Supplier Diversity (WMDVBE) goals.

*Leads special projects as directed by Portfolio Manager to identify and implement cost saving programs. Works on cross-functional teams to develop strategies to add value through Supply Management lead projects. Trains clients in formal training settings and informally through ongoing contact in proper contract management and administration principles.

  • Ensures client compliance with appropriate Procurement, Ethical Behavior, and Accounting policies

  • Mentors lower level Contracting Agents and support staff.

*Maintains records to demonstrate that proper protocol was followed in the sourcing and contracting processes and in the implementation of the supplier relationship.

External Qualifications:

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment for without regard to race, color, religion, sex orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, disability or protected veteran status. · Typically requires a bachelor's degree in Purchasing, Supply Chain, Business, English, Computer Science, Economics, or other related field and/or 5 - 8 years supply management experience. A Masters Degree in Business Administration, or other advanced academic degrees or training is highly desirable.

A valid California driver's license is required. Typically requires materials and/or services purchasing experience and has successfully completed purchases over $1,000,000, and/or 2 - 4 years of experience in specific service and/or material expertise. Certified Purchasing Manager (CPM) designation or similar professional certification in Supply Management is desirable.

City:

San Diego

State / Province:

California

Posting End Date:

06/02/2017



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Contracts & Purchasing Agent II

CONTRACTS & PURCHASING AGENT II Time-Limited (Not to Exceed 2 Years) $55,000 - $75,000 Job #5441
BASIC RESPONSIBILITIES: Responsible for procuring acceptable materials, supplies, equipment, contractors, and consultants in a timely, cost-effective, and efficient manner; and administering, coordinating, analyzing, and evaluating requests, specifications and contract documents.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Associates degree in Business Administration or related field AND three (3) years progressively more responsible contracts and purchasing experience; OR the equivalent combination of directly related experience. Valid Washington State Driver's License.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Electric Utility experience. BENEFITS: Complete benefits plan and retirement program.
TO APPLY: Interested individuals should complete the online application and submit cover letter and resume at under Careers by 11:59 p.m. on June 6, 2017. Snohomish County P.U.D. #1 is an Equal Opportunity Employer of Minorities, Women, Disabled and Veterans.
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