Transaction Contracting Associate Manager
Organization: Corporate Functions/Transaction Contracting
Location: Chicago, IL
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Review, draft and negotiate several types of contractual agreements, including: master services agreements, consulting agreements, statements of work, outsourcing agreements, licensing agreements, software as a service agreements, letters of intent, memorandums of understanding, contract amendments, subcontract agreements and requests for proposals. Assist more senior level Transaction Contracting Professionals in managing more complex Transaction work within a fast-moving corporate environment.
- Strategize with company executives prior to client negotiations
- Structure client transactions to be most advantageous from a contracting and business perspective
- Advise and consult company professionals based on accurate interpretation of contract documents and the facts of a business opportunity
- Participate in developing internal guidelines, toolkits, and packaged knowledge capital on various legal and business issues
- Educate company professionals in regard to contracting and risk management issues
- Represent the company's interests and interface directly with client negotiating teams
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