Contract Manager, UK
Contract Manager, UK
Proact IT are looking to recruit a Contract Manager based within our Chesterfield office.
Proact is Europe’s leading independent data centre and cloud services provider. By delivering flexible, accessible and secure IT solutions and services, we help companies and authorities reduce risk and costs, whilst increasing agility, productivity and efficiency. We’ve completed over 5,000 successful projects around the world, have more than 3,500 customers and currently manage in excess of 100 petabytes of information in the cloud.
- Coordinating between key stakeholders (commercial, operational & legal), delivering to deadlines and effectively project managing each contract requirement to achieve the required outcomes for the business.
- Working between teams to resolve issues and negotiate outcomes. Maintaining authoritative database of supplier and customer contracts and relevant metadata including variations from standard terms
- Carrying out first line contract reviews and negotiating terms with both clients and suppliers, escalating risks for approval in accordance with company contracting guidelines
- Coordinating with the purchasing team re approved terms for suppliers and customers
- Dealing with adhoc queries relating to existing contracts
- Ongoing analysis of existing contract database and periodic reviews of compliance with existing contract terms.
- Work with the sales forecast to proactively ensure customer terms are addressed for unsigned customers.
- Managing the contract drafting and revision process for the company’s Managed Service contracts, including:
- Putting together initial drafts
- Coordinating the different teams responsible for updates
- Updating relevant parties as to the status of the drafting process
- Updatting CRM contract tracking information
- Managing contract execution via e-signing tools
Minimum of 2-3 years in a Contract Manager Position or similar role. Proven track record of managing multiple stakeholders and working to deadlines. Familiarity of the IT or Telecoms industry is preferred but not essential.