Contracts Specialist II, Site Agreements (Remote / Home Based)

Labcorp Raleigh , NC 27611

Posted 2 months ago

Job Overview: The Contracts Site Agreements team within Labcorp Drug Development is looking for Contracts Specialist II, Site Agreements whom will be remotely located anywhere within the United States and must have background in budget negotiations, research & development, and familiarity with CTAs.

Some responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Responsible for adherence to standard operating procedures (SOPs) Perform the following, with minimal guidance from line management or more experienced colleagues: daily tracking, negotiation and approval of Site Agreements and Site Agreement templates (as applicable) for clinical study teams; timely updating of the departmental Site Agreement Management System ("SAMS") or any other system required for use on a particular study. Identify and escalate issues (as defined in departmental processes) that must be escalated to line manager for review. Manage assigned studies with careful compliance with internal processes and procedures, or otherwise according to specified Sponsor requirements. Responsible for the timely updating of the departmental contract tracking system. Performs contract administration functions including: assisting with obtaining approvals on authorization forms as required; maintaining a contract tracking system to report contract status updates and signing status; providing notice of all executed contracts to the appropriate team members along with contract values; and scanning and filing executed contracts in the shared electronic storage area in a timely manner for access by other staff members. Provides management with regular status updates on all open contracts and any outstanding issues. Drafts, negotiates, reviews, and processes contracts in a commercially reasonably manner that protects Labcorp's fundamental interests and in accordance with departmental practices and policies. Produces and negotiates contracts that accurately reflect Labcorp's obligations or rights and understandings with third parties. Negotiates contractual terms with other contracting parties in a professional manner. Come find out why we are top rated across industry and learn more about excellent benefits to working for Labcorp today!
Education/Qualifications:Bachelor's degree (LLB, JD, BA or BS) preferred Experience: Minimum 2 - 4 years of experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience to successfully perform the key responsibilities of the job.
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