Contract Administrator

Company Name:
Robert Half Legal
Robert half Legal is looking for a Contract Administrator for a company in Oakland County. The Contract Administrator is needed for 3 months but this position could turn into a full-time opportunity for the right person. The Contract Administrator will be reviewing NDA, subcontractor agreements, staffing agreements, customer and vendor contracts, scopes of work and changes of scope.
Located in major North American and global markets, Robert Half Legal is the premier provider of legal staffing and consulting professionals on a full-time, project, and temporary basis, serving both law firms and corporate legal departments. We also provide project and e-discovery teams and workspace for a wide range of initiatives, including litigation support, M&A; and document review matters. Our dedicated teams'' industry experience allows us to quickly match skilled legal professionals with the best available jobs. We offer challenging opportunities, competitive compensation and benefits, and skills-enhancement training. Our parent company, Robert Half, once again was named to FORTUNE magazine''s list of World''s Most Admired Companies. (March 17, 2014). Call your local Robert Half Legal office at o discover more about this position. Robert Half Legal is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Apply for this job now or contact our branch office for additional information. All applicants applying for U.S. job openings must be authorized to work in the United States. All applicants applying for Canadian job openings must be authorized to work in Canada.
Req ID: 02210-122838
Functional Role: Contract Administrator
Country: USA
State: MI
Postal Code: 48033
Compensation: DOE
Requirements: We are looking for someone with Paralegal Certification or equivalent experience, experience creating and reviewing complex SOW, excellent legal administration/compliance skills, strategic planning experience and excellent analytical skills.
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Contract Administrator

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