Contract Administrator

Title: Contracts Administrator 

Location: Denver, CO (Hybrid Remote) 

Duration: Direct Hire

Compensation Range (pending experience): $75-85k


About the Role: Our enterprise level client based in Denver, Co is a leading Oil and gas producer who is committed to reducing their carbon foot print and working toward the use of more sustainable fuels resources. they are seeking a Contracts Administrator to help with vendor onboarding and compliance within the organization. 

Required Skills: (2+ years)

  • Focuses on new vendor onboarding and compliance
  • Maintains compliance with ISN
  • Updates and maintains pricebooks in Open Invoice
  • Ideal background: Paralegal; Recent Law Grad; Insurance Industry; Contract Admin or OI Pricebook Admin – – – someone that is generally interested in learning more about legal contracts

Company Offers: Beautiful Office in downtown Denver right on the Platte River.  Beautiful views, meditation rooms, walking paths, everyone gets their own open office space. Hybrid remote schedule

  • Incredible benefits package which includes 10% bonus a large 401k match 
  • Casual open culture with access to all leaders across the organization 

Executive Assistant II

Job Title:               Executive Assistant II – Growth, Business Development and Marketing

Department:        Growth

Reports to:           SVP Growth and Development

Effective Date:    3/16/2021                                          Created by:         SVP Growth and Development                

Revised Date:                                                                    Revised by:        




The Executive Assistant II assists the Commercial Organization within SCP Health, including the SVP of Growth and Development, Chief Marketing Officer and SVP of Innovation with operational and administrative details and perform diverse administrative functions that require frequent contact with Executive Team members, Senior Leaders, Directors, and other Staff members (including leaders and entities external to the company).  This role performs activities that problem-solve, coordinate, and organize key short- and long-term functions for his/her departments, which include Sales (Business Development) and Marketing and Innovation organizations.   Work includes a broad range of complex responsibilities involving confidential, sensitive, or technical information, and includes producing materials for executive reports. In addition, the EA II role schedules meetings, prepares agendas and follow-up actions, responds to routine correspondence, researches background material, and responds to staff, visitors, and telephone calls. Applicant must exercise considerable judgment and discretion when completing assignments and must represent the company with poise, promptness, teamwork, and professionalism.  The Executive Assistant II will also provide support to selected Senior Leaders within the Growth, Business Development and Marketing teams as assigned, and will routinely track and report progress on key initiatives.



The EA II role must demonstrate considerable Agility by managing multiple workstreams and stakeholders concurrently, and by reprioritizing frequently while also completing communications and tasks timely.  The altitude of this role requires affirmative decision-making with Courage, including thoughtful advisement on best courses of action in a multidimensional environment.  The role requires role-model Respect and Collaboration, with a servant-leader’s mindset.






  • Screens, directs, and addresses calls as appropriate
  • Schedules client meetings on behalf of the Sales Team
  • Coordinates the proforma and deal strategy meetings
  • Gathers and distributes communications (email, mail, publications, etc.)
  • Schedule and coordinate appointments/meetings/conference calls that involve Senior Leaders as assigned; schedules deal and client meetings
  • Prepares agendas and associated materials for meetings
  • Prepares correspondence, completes reports/forms, and compiles/verifies data as needed
  • Coordinates travel arrangements
  • Submits expenses for assigned leadership
  • Participates in specific projects applicable to business development and marketing functions.  This includes participation in the organization and execution of sales and marketing campaigns, set annually based on company growth strategy
  • Assist in budget management, and reconciliation for the assigned departments
  • Assists with other special projects or duties as assigned by the assigned leaders


Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

  • Ability to organize
  • Attention to detail and organized, thorough follow up
  • Ability to envision the implications of decisions and actions for stakeholders inside and outside the company
  • Proactive planning and timely execution, while also responding to external and internal demands
  • Ability to communicate effectively with executive management and employees
  • Must have an advanced working knowledge of office/secretarial equipment, especially computers and software programs (preferably Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint). 
  • Advanced working knowledge of WebEx meetings
  • Must have clerical perception to proofread documents, including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and other visual means of communication
  • Typing skills of at least 60-65 words per minute, including ability to transcribe dictation





EDUCATION (Required and/or Preferred):

  • High School Diploma with two or three years post high school education/training.
  • Bachelor’s Degree preferred



  • A minimum of five years of comparable executive-level support.  A combination of education/experience may be substituted with education being substituted for experience on a two for one-year basis.



  • Daily contact with Executive Management
  • Daily contact with department heads
  • Daily contact with supervisors/managers
  • Daily contact with coworkers
  • Frequent contact with Administrators, CEOs of client facilities as well as of other organizations, and contracting physicians
  • Occasional contact with certain Board Members
  • Contact with Federal and State government officials or their representatives
  • Frequent contact with health care industry associations, companies, competitors, or vendors



  • Professional setting
  • Continuous sitting
  • Continuous oral & written communication and listening skills
  • Continuous computer use
  • Occasional bending, kneeling, lifting, pulling & pushing up to 10 pounds
  • Job requires a high level of mental awareness



  • Atlanta, GA