Contract Administrator - International

US-PA-Jeannette
Job ID
2017-4098
# Positions
1

Overview

Companies around the world choose Elliott Group to design, manufacture and service their critical turbomachinery. Elliott turbomachinery operates in every imaginable application requiring rotating equipment, including oil & gas production and processing, refineries, chemical processing plants, steel mills, electricity generating stations, sugar mills, paper mills, plant oil processing plants, and municipal steam and waste facilities.

Our core products are centrifugal and axial compressors, steam turbines, power recovery expanders, and related auxiliary equipment such as lubrication, sealing and fueling systems.

Elliott equipment is precisely engineered to meet our customers' specific requirements.  Around the world, customers turn to Elliott for precision engineering, extraordinary reliability and unparalleled service.

Responsibilities

Elliott Company seeks a Contract Administrator - International to work at our Jeannette, PA, office and provide contract administration support to global personnel on the specialized regulations and procedures developed by our Japanese parent with regards to international sales contracts. Duties include: (i) negotiating contracts with the most favorable terms and conditions to minimize the risk of losses, legal and financial, to the organization in line with Corporate policies; (ii) negotiating terms and conditions on jobs of $1 million-$100 million in geopolitical locations around the globe; (iii) administering corporate policies and procedures regarding contracts; and (iv) educating sales force/agents regarding policies and procedures.

 

Qualifications

Must have a bachelor's degree (or foreign equivalent) in Legal Studies or a related field plus one (1) year of experience in a related position.

 

Must also have any experience with: (i) telephonic and face-to-face negotiation on international sales contracts in Europe and/or Asia; (ii) analyzing terms and conditions from multiple legal jurisdictions; (iii) dealing with international EPC companies in Japanese markets; (iv) working with INCOTERMS to determine best available transfer of title, passage of risk, and associated insurance needs.

 

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