APTIM Contract Administrator in Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Job Overview:

The Contract Administrator located in Baton Rouge, LA will work directly with Strategic Business Unit attorneys, Business Development staff, and Operations management and technical personnel. The Contract Administrator will be responsible for reviewing, negotiating, and administering contractual terms and conditions in accordance with APTIM company policies and, as appropriate for the specific business units.

Key Responsibilities/Accountabilities:

  • Review government and commercial confidentiality agreements, RFPs, teaming agreements, proposals, contracts, change orders and other legally binding documents;

  • Coordinate review of these documents with Legal, Risk Management, Tax, Business Development, Operations, and other departments, as necessary;

  • Advise Business Development, Operations, and technical personnel regarding the terms and risks of the contractual documents;

  • Support Strategic Business Unit attorneys with review and negotiation of client contracts;

  • Identify and negotiate contract changes with clients;

  • Obtain certificates of insurance, bonds, letters of credit, and parent company guarantees, as required;

  • Advise and train technical staff regarding contract administration, risk avoidance, change order management, and cost and pricing;

  • Review internal project setup forms to ensure that a properly reviewed and approved contract is in place; and, that the information provided on the project setup form is consistent with the information in the contract;

  • Provide support as requested in areas of contract review, negotiation, monitoring, close-out, indirect rate adjustments, audits, proposal preparation, etc.

Basic Qualifications:

  • Bachelor's Degree, 10-15 years of experience reviewing and negotiating contracts for the oil, gas and chemical, power, construction, plant maintenance, and environmental consulting services industries.

  • Good communication and proficient with MS Products

  • Ability to work with varied customers and clients, including both commercial, state, local federal clients.

  • In-depth experience, knowledge and skills in own discipline.

  • Works independently with minimal guidance.

  • Usually determines own work priorities.

  • Interprets customer needs, assesses requirements and identifies solutions to non-standard requests.

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled

Applicants with a physical or mental disability who require a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application or hiring process may make their request known by e-mailing HRQuestions@cbifederalservices.com or calling 855.343.5600 for assistance.