TTEC is an organization that spans 20 countries, 6 continents and nearly 30 languages. At TTEC our opportunities in the Legal Department lead to a successful career for bright, results oriented and energetic professionals. A publicly traded company, TTEC Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: TTEC) allows you to put your expertise to work for a leading provider of technology enabled business process outsourcing and strategic consulting solutions—and one of the most geographically diverse companies in the world. All that while living and working in one of the most beautiful places in the world – Colorado. The TTEC Legal Department offers a wide range of exciting positions that will allow you to realize the rewards of a fast-paced career in a dynamic and growing company while enjoying the benefits of our collaborative team environment with excellent opportunity for career growth. **Corporate Counsel, Government Contracts** Provide full governmental contract life cycle support (primarily USA Federal), including strategy and planning, guidance concerning contract arrangements, pricing structures, and sourcing approaches, contract proposal and award support, RFP review and analysis, drafting contract terms and assumptions, negotiation support, risk evaluation and mitigation, and post-award contract management, such as contract administration, document management, contract interpretation, advising on compliance requirements, supporting government compliance audits and TTEC internal audits, and drafting and negotiating amendments. **What you'll be doing:** - Administration of governmental contracts at the federal, state and local levels. Including review / approval process for entering into various types of sales related documents (such as RFQs, RFIs, IDIQs, RFPs, NDAs), contract negotiation, reporting, governmental fee payment and compliance. - Review, evaluate, draft and negotiate agreements for compliance with corporate and divisional policies and procedures. - Familiar with GSA strategy, responsible for management of GSA offerings, implementing processes to ensure compliance, price management (such as reductions, increases, floor price), financial reporting process (such as IFF) and contract administration. - Possess a working knowledge of the legal, financial, regulatory and business risk in sales order, contract and subcontract terms and conditions and must be able to communicate these exposures effectively and efficiently to company decision makers, when necessary. - Apply risk profile/assessment matrix using corporate guidelines and escalate agreements as required. - Resolve and finalize agreement terms directly with customer personnel and attorneys. - Maintain centralized contract files and a centralized database of reviewed and negotiated agreements and bids. - Develops and maintains meaningful relationships with internal peers, the project teams, and with external entities such as clients, professional associations, suppliers and subcontractors. - Works under minimal supervision. Location/Region: Saint Cloud, MN (56301)
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