Iron Mountain Contracts Coordinator, EMEA in Olkusz, Poland
At Iron Mountain we protect what our customers value most, from the everyday to the extraordinary, while helping them bridge the physical and digital world. Our people have the opportunity to bring their creativity to a workplace that thrives on change. Here, you will be part of a team that doesn’t just embrace what’s exceptional. It creates exceptional.
The Contracts Coordinator is responsible for providingcritical contractual and operational support to the Commercial teams within EMEA and North America, managing all aspects ofthe contracts process from start to finish. The intent of this role is to create capacity for the Sales team by supporting their contractual needs, acting as a subject matter expert, problem solver and strategic thinker.
●Provide requested contracts to Sales inclusive of deal specific information; draft pricing schedules and review modifications there to upon confirming business expectations with Sales; draft and review statements of work and recommend modifications to ensure continuity with company business practices.
●Proactively identify disparities, gaps and contradictions in business specifications within contracts or requests from Sales, then edit documents accordingly, seeking approvals if necessary. Take a creative approach to problem solving by seeking clarity on complex contractual issues from business owners, then implementing non-standard language within contracts.
●Resolve business and operational matters by weighing customer requirements against internal company policies, finding as much compromise as possible in order to meet or exceed customer expectations.
●Ensure legal, operational and business issues within contracts have been reviewed and approved by subject matter experts (e.g. Product Management, Finance, Sales, Operations, etc.), senior management and the Legal Dept.
●Assist with various projects on an as-needed basis.
●Implement improvements to standard contract templates, archiving old versions and posting to the intranet, as needed.
●Fluency in English with both written and verbal communication
●Education/Experience: 4-year college degree with minimum of 3-5 years contracts administration experience
●General understanding of standard contract provisions, e.g. liability, confidentiality, indemnity, etc.
●Solid writing, editing and proofing skills as they relate to drafting and modifying contractualdocuments
●Strong attention to detail, specifically as it pertains to the drafting and review of contracts, including grammar and formatting
●Ability to gain an understanding of a project through communications with Sales or by reading a contractual document including statements of work
●Ability to translate business specifications into contractual documents; strong business acumen
●Strong project management skills with the ability to influence and achieve results through others
●Ability to adapt quicklyand effectively to changing workloads and business pressures
●General understanding of software as a service and licensed software technologies
●Familiarity with providing contractual support for Reseller and Channel partnerships
●Strong work ethic with proactive attitude to accomplish tasks
●Solid and professional communication skills with internal and external business partners
●Ability to learn new systems and software as needed●Google Suite, Microsoft Word skills and general understanding of Microsoft Excel and PowerPoint. Preferred experience in Salesforce.com
●Comfortable interacting with all areas of the organization including senior management
●Prior experience directly supporting a Sales team in a contractual capacity, preferably in a services basedindustry
●Familiarity with Contracts Lifecycle Management tools a plus
In return we offer you the training and prospects associated with the global leader in information management.
Category: Sales Operations (SO)
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