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Organization TypeLaw Firm
Years of Experience
Date Last Verified
ProfileAnalyst, Contract Administration Duties: Responsible for administering inter-company and external Purchase and Sales commercial agreements for crude oil marketing activities. Under the direction of the Lead, Contract Administration, supports the business unit risk management policy, key SOx controls through the administration and confirmation of internal and external commercial transactions. Facilitates the overall process of crude contract review, execution, and confirmations, ensuring the timely execution of documents and the follow up on outstanding matters. Verifies the accuracy of all transactions entered in the system by Deal Entry. Responsible for verifying, reconciling, and analyzing monthly prices and individual commercial transaction terms and conditions. Enters all contractual and pricing terms for each individual contract in the Egistix Database. Confirms proper contract terms are reflected in the legal documents received from and/or sent to the customer. Ensures compliance with SOx controls for an assigned business unit. Validate all transactions and ensure the transactions are in compliance with Risk Policy. Ensures that all contracts are in compliance with Enbridge’s Legal contract procedures. Reports prices for accounting monthly accrual and actuals for billing purposes. Communicates and assists with audits when necessary under the direction of the people leader. Corroborates all deals meeting the necessary criteria have been structured by Risk Assessment and have the proper approvals. Interacts primarily with commercial marketing, risk management and accounting organization personnel. Liaise with external counterparties to achieve mutually-acceptable transaction confirmation terms. Scan, log, and file all contractual documents, deal tickets, and correspondence. Update and maintain procedure manuals for the various confirmation procedures and associated checklists. Facilitate the negotiation of commercial contract special provisions.
Qualification and Experience
Qualifications: Undergraduate degree in Business, Finance, or related Accounting degree. Paralegal Designation preferred. 2+ years of related experience. 2 years of Crude oil Contract Administration experience preferred. Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and within a team environment. Consistently exhibits excellent customer service skills and organizational skills. Demonstrates meticulous and thorough data entry skills in a fast paced environment. Fundamental knowledge and understanding of contract terms required. Strong oral and written communication skills. Strong PC skills including Microsoft Access Database, Excel, and Word.
Job ID: 1434
Baker Botts LLP
101 California Street
San Francisco, CA 94111
Current Employee - Reviewed on December 16, 2017
Approach your work with an open mind and they will do everything they can to help you out to be successful.Pros : Baker Botts LLP is a wonderful law firm and I'm so glad I made the choice to join their family. They treat me better than any place I've worked.