Sargent & Lundy

  • Commercial Contract Specialist: Power Industry

    United States
    Area of Interest
    Commercial Contracts
    Full Time - Regular
    Job ID
  • Overview

    Contract Specialist


    Sargent & Lundy is a worldwide leader in professional services for the electric power industry.


    We are currently seeking a full-time Contract Specialist for our Chicago office. This position reports to the Commercial Manager.


    Key responsibilities of this position include:

    • Reviewing, drafting and negotiating various agreements including confidentiality agreements and large engineering services contracts
    • Working with clients in a professional manner
    • Establishing rapport and working relationship with high levels of management
    • Working with the legal department
    • Performing special assignments or projects as required


    • A Bachelor's degree is required with a preference for a business, engineering or law degree
    • Minimum of three years experience with commercial contracts.
    • Experience with construction or architect/engineer contracts preferred. Engineer, Procure and Construct (EPC) contract experience a plus
    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Demonstrated ability to communicate clearly, concisely, confidently and professionally within all levels of the company regarding complex issues
    • Well-organized with strong ability to manage numerous projects and conflicting demands in a fast-paced environment
    • Flexibility and willingness to work on a broad variety of contractual matters
    • Team player and self-starter with ability to complete projects on schedule
    • May be required to travel on an occasional basis

    Sargent & Lundy is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any protected status as defined by law.






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