• Accounts and Contracts Administrator

    Job Locations US-MA-Peabody
    Job Post Information* : Posted Date 4 months ago(1/9/2018 4:40 PM)
    # of Openings
    Regular Full-Time
  • Overview

    Responsible for day-to-day and strategic management of national account clients, including the preparation, negotiation and administration of contracts of various types for a variety of customers (doctor’s offices, hospitals, group purchasing organizations, and governmental bodies).


    • Assists in the preparation of national accounts renewals; clients; manages issues and problem solving; participates in implementation activities, price list management for new products, price changes.
    • Assists with ensuring contract acquisition and fulfillment in accordance with company policies, legal requirements, and customer specifications
    • Performing risk assessment of proposal contract terms and conditions.
    • Assisting with government contract solicitations and due diligence policy compliance
    • Maintaining contract documentation
    • Follows policies, practices, and procedures for national accounts.
    • Works on sales and business development processes.
    • Assists with review of services agreements, terms of service and privacy policies for current and potential customers or suppliers
    • Working with management, finance, accounting, legal, and program teams to solve issues and secure approvals.
    • Perform above functions and others as assigned with a minimum of managerial oversight
    • Assist with other Business, Finance, Marketing, Sales, or Legal Department needs


    • Background in contract law
    • Background in medical contracts; experience with purchasing departments of hospitals and medical facilities
    • Background in government and group purchasing organization (GPO) contracts
    • Understanding of revenue recognition and warranty-related issues
    • Familiarity with SAP and CRM


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