Careers in contract administration can range from entry to senior-level.
Contract administration is the management of contracts made or to be made with customers, vendors, partners or employees.
A bachelor's degree and/or a certificate of completion from a paralegal education program are typically required.
Strong computer skills in advanced management software are preferred.
Typical duties of a contract administrator
- Reporting on the firm's operations, overseeing administrative departments, managing outside vendors and assisting with the firm's budget
- Reviewing contracts for ambiguities and contemplating potential outcomes and creative solutions
- Negotiating and drafting any manner of agreements, including procurement and service contracts and leases
- Providing technical guidance to lawyers and paralegals involved in negotiations
$14 - 15/hr
September 21, 2018
$50000 - 75000/year
September 20, 2018
September 14, 2018
September 13, 2018
San Jose, CA
$80000 - 110000/year
September 7, 2018
Las Vegas, NV
$50000 - 60000/year
September 4, 2018