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Job Code: 54751472
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Date Posted: 2/10/2017
Position: Contracts Administrator
Practice Area: Contracts Law
Employment Type: Contract

Would you like to work for a corporate legal team doing review, negotiation, and redlining of contracts? Special Counsel Minneapolis has ongoing needs for Contract Administrators and Negotiators. If you are proactive and detail-oriented with good experience handling all phases of contract review and renewal, we want to hear from you!
You're an ideal candidate for us if you have experience with the following:
- Reading, constructing, negotiating, and drafting contract documents and agreements with customers and vendors
- Responsible for cradle-to-grave contract management
- Collaborating with internal and external legal departments and business personnel for full contract execution
- Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal, as well as impeccable attention to detail
- Demonstrated ability to handle multiple priorities and demands in a fast-paced environment
- Researching legal issues as necessary, and preparing various legal documents (including contracts) for review, approval, and use by General Counsel

- JD or Paralegal experience preferred
If you have the background described above, you'd be a perfect fit for our corporate clients! Please send your resume to
in Word format so we can work together on your next career move.
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