Methodius: IT Recruitment

Associate Contract Analyst

Reference: 4236

Salary: Negotiable - Depends on Experience


Job Type: Permanent

Location: Donegal

The Associate Operations Contracts Analyst will work on drafting, negotiating, and administering technology contracts including master Software License Agreements, Software Development Agreements, Consulting Services Agreements

Role Overview

The Associate Operations Contracts Analyst will work on drafting, negotiating, and administering  technology contracts including master Software License Agreements, Software Development Agreements, Consulting Services Agreements, Software as a Service Agreements, Application Service Provider Agreements, Purchase Orders, Engagement Schedules, Non-Disclosure Agreements and other contract documents. The role of the Associate/Operations Contract Analyst is to assist the Technology Law Group lawyers by taking responsibility for protecting the interests of the Company and for consolidating and exercising the buying power of the corporation through aggressive negotiation and enforcement of enterprise pricing arrangements. Under attorney supervision, the Associate/Operations Contracts Analyst will also work independently on significant technology related contracts and projects, including, but not limited to complex and sensitive:

1. Outsourcing transactions, including due diligence, contract analysis and review, contract schedule and change order drafting, and responsibility for post-execution contract management and administration. 2. Company-wide or large scale business unit initiatives that relate to technology contracting issues (for example, contract review and analysis of technology contracting issues inherent in mergers and acquisitions). 3. Projects related to various other vendor related transactions. The Associate/Operations Contracts Analyst will also be responsible for maintaining our Source Code Escrow accounts, reviewing open source software requests and shrink-wrap software license acquisitions, and internet downloads.

Skills, Experience and Education:
BA/B.S., preferably in business, law, or information technology. 3 years paralegal or similar experience in computer and intellectual property law and contracts with law firm or corporation; or law degree. Experience with Technology Outsourcing transactions is preferable. The candidate should have strong project management and organization skills. The candidate will be required to draft documents and revise agreements based on business deal parameters. The candidate will be required to balance a high volume of multiple projects simultaneously, always moving projects forward and keeping Technology Law Staff and Business Units advised of status. The candidate must be responsive, have excellent written and oral communications, work well with attorneys and information technology business personnel, and be able to effectively communicate to understand business deal requirements. The candidate must be able to work in a fast paced environment which demands rapid turnaround time on work. The candidate must have the ability to identify, analyze and summarize contract terms and conditions and contract issues. The candidate should have expertise and extensive experience working with Microsoft Word, Excel, Access;

Permanent Role in Co Donegal,


Benefits include; Pension Scheme, Health Insurance, Long Term
Disability Plan, Life Assurance, Performance Related Pay, Company Bonus Scheme, 21 days Annual Leave plus additional Service Leave. Continuous Training and Development, Educational Assistance, Relocation, Employee Assistance Programme, Rewards & Recognition Programme, and Employee Share Participation Scheme. They also operate Family Friendly Working Policies such as Teleworking and Variable Working Hours. Excellent room for promotion and to learn, competitive package and salary

Please do not hesitate to Contact David Coyle at 01 6351748 or email david@methodius.com

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