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JOB FUNCTION: Careers @ Atrium
JOB TYPE: Direct Hire
LOCATION: Little Falls, NJ

POSTED: Jun 15, 2020

Atrium, a pioneering WBENC- certified organization, delivers workforce management and talent acquisition solutions. Informed by people, process and technology, our goal remains to enhance the candidate experience and elevate each unique employer brand. Our expertise includes nationwide Temporary and Direct Hire Staffing, Payrolling Services, Independent Contractor Compliance, Intern program design and Managed Service Provider programs (MSP). As a champion of Supplier Diversity initiatives, Atrium has been recognized on the list of 2018 Women Presidents’ Organizations 50 Fastest Growing Women-Led Companies in North America, on the Crain’s New York Business List of Largest  Women-Owned Firms and has garnered top honors on the Inc. 5000, as well as DiversityBusiness,com’s top Women, Diversity and Privately Held firms lists.

Position Overview:

The  Contracts Administrator will help prepare, negotiate and review various company contracts, including purchases, sales and business partnerships, as directed by the Contract Manager. A successful Contract Administrator will demonstrate a strong attention to detail, maturity, and strong attention to detail, along with the ability to discover potential risks for our company.


Competitive Compensation and Benefits

Position Responsibilities:

  • Prepare sales and purchase contracts and review for accuracy
  • Negotiate contract terms with internal and external business partners
  • Review and update existing contracts
  • Explain terms and conditions to manager and interested parties
  • Ensure that employees understand and comply with company contracts
  • Analyze potential risks involved with specific contract terms
  • Stay up-to date with legislative changes and coordinate within the legal department as needed
  • Ensure all deadlines and conditions described on contracts are met (e.g. payments)
  • Maintain organized system of physical and digital records
  • Create language standards for existing and new contracts
  • Archive contracts into contract management tool
  • Administer credit checks
  • Generate standard agreements
  • Ensure WBENC compliance

Position Requirements:

  • 1-3 years of proven work experience as a Contracts Administrator or experience in Employment Law
  • Knowledge of legal requirements involved with contracts
  • Bachelors Degree preferred
  • Familiarity with accounting procedures
  • Excellent writing skills and organizational skills
  • Keen attention to detail, with an ability to spot errors
  • Previous knowledge of Concord Contract Management software a plus

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