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Contract & Compliance Coordinator


GREEN BAY, WI, US, 54301-5160

Date:  Feb 23, 2021

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Join a growing organization that thrives on a strong commitment to our customers and an exciting, dynamic team environment!


Under limited supervision, assist in the management of Imperial’s contractual process. Identify business risk and communicate cross-functionally, and with executive leadership, make recommendations to mitigate risk. Leads the overall internal contract process including drafting and editing multiple contracts concurrently, providing a centralized conduit.  Manage communications with assigned legal counsel.


Contract & Complance Coordinator will


1.         Lead the internal contractual process for several complex concurrent opportunities of which value may be less than $1 million each in revenue. Review legal documents, identify risk, evaluate economic impact of term and term options to support strategic decision making. Consult with key stakeholders cross-departmentally as well as executive leadership.


2.         Manage all documentation and communication between Imperial and assigned legal counsel in Request for Proposal, Request for Quote, Request for Information, and contract negotiations. Interpret and understand legal terms, concepts, and language. Provide clarity to non-legal stakeholders. Provide necessary business context and legal context to Imperial and Grainger as required.


3.         Draft, redline and reconcile contractual provisions to accurately represent desired terms, organizational needs and expectations. Draft necessary agreements pertaining to variations in existing or new programs offered to customers ensuring the interests of Imperial are protected, risks are mitigated, and the program meets necessary compliance requirements. Communicate changes to internal policies and procedures to affected areas of the organization.


4.         Serve as subject matter expert for government compliance. Keep abreast of Grainger and Imperial required training, manage and determine appropriate action for correspondence related to government customers.


5.         Maintain deadlines on deliverables and communicate on an ongoing basis with business partners about contractual issues. Manage expectations of internal and external customers.


6.         Review contractual performance including executing necessary reporting. Recommend opportunities to reduce regulatory, reputational or margin risks.  Enforce, as requested, organizational compliance.



Minimum Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Paralegal or related field or equivalent work experience with 2-3 years previous experience in paralegal, marketing, project management or related business field



Preferred Requirements: Bachelor's degree in Business Administration with 3-5 years previous experience in paralegal, marketing, project management or related business field. Proven leadership skills.



Imperial Supplies, a Grainger Company, is a national distributor of quality maintenance products. Serving the fleet maintenance industry since 1958, Imperial has formed lasting relationships with customers by tailoring our services to meet their changing needs. With more National Account Programs in the fleet industry than all of our competition combined, we are recognized for innovative technology and solutions that reduce costs through efficient ordering methods and stringent controls.


Imperial is an Equal Opportunity Workplace and an 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, or protected veteran status.