Signature Performance, Inc. MGRCRC - Manager, Contracts, Risk & Compliance in Billings, Montana
This is a remote based position. Applicants can be located nationwide
The Manager of Contracts, Risk and Compliance serves in the Corporate
Compliance department and is responsible for supporting the development,
implementation and coordination of a comprehensive contracts management
program and supports the formulation and ongoing compliance of approved
business systems (accounting, estimating, and purchasing).
This position reports to the Senior Manager, Contracts.
Essential Job Functions include the following. Other duties may be
Review, identify, assess (legal and business liabilities/risks) and
explain government and commercial documentation, including without
limitation, NDAs, Teaming Agreements, professional service agreements,
BAAs, consulting, hardware procurement, SaaS agreements, and software
Draft, review and negotiate a variety of contracts, such as procurement,
sales, and licensing contracts and subcontracts.
Support the stand up of approved government business systems and ongoing
maintenance and monitoring of processes in accordance with system
Lead and manage contract oversight and status reporting and facilitate
business meetings as needed for projects (e.g., provide contract
Solicit, evaluate, and negotiate competitive quotations from
subcontractors/vendors/suppliers and ensure appropriate CPSR
documentation is recorded in the procurement file in accordance with
Support Records Management functions within company to ensure
Interface with all departments (F&A, HR, IT, Operations, Organizational
Experience, Business Development) in business activities and
communications in "cradle to grave" contract administration processes.
Draft, maintain, and train on company policies related to contract
processes and procedures and demonstrate willingness and ability to
formulate new forms/templates and policies and procedures as required.
Review subcontractor/vendor invoices for accuracy/compliance with
Support vendor management oversight monitoring and audit reviews
(on-sight, if necessary); ensure vendor completion and tracking of all
required training as necessary.
Must have proven familiarity with
drafting/reviewing/negotiating/management of a variety of contracts and
agreements used by a healthcare technology company, including but not
limited to federal government contracts and subcontracts (contract
types: (FFP, CPFF, CPAF, etc.) for the supply of products and services,
distributor agreements, SaaS and software licensing, hardware and other
intellectual property, NDAs, BAAs, teaming arrangements, MOUs, letters
of intent, proposals, confidentiality agreements, etc.
Must also have proven familiarity with the development and enforcement
of contracting processes, policies, procedures, templates and other
methodologies to develop and maintain best industry practices (such as
CPSR compliance) for contracts administration, management, and related
business activities. Support any external audits by clients and DCMA.
Must possess strong ability to review, analyze and summarize existing &
potential contract terms and provide succinct meaningful feedback,
questions and recommendations to teams and management.
Assist associates with various contract and subcontract questions,
conduct research and provide timely responses.
Possesses strong written and verbal communication and presentation
Manage and support special projects as assigned and engage
professionally with executive leadership daily and function in a
Knowledge & Experience:
Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university (Preferred)
8+ years' experience in healthcare government contracting (VA, DoD, IHS,
CMS, GSA) related contracts administration, vendor management oversight,
proposal development, pricing support, CPSR management and audit
support, and compliance.
8+ years' experience drafting, negotiating, and strategizing a variety
of agreement types (subcontract, modifications, basis of estimate,
business letters, etc.) and services.
Familiarity with health care fraud and abuse laws including Stark,
Anti-kickback and the False Claims Act, HIPAA, HITECH, and 42 CFR Part
Experience working in for a health plan or third-party medical payer,
Experience drafting and updating corporate policies and procedures.
NCMA Certification (CCCM or CFCM) preferred.
General Areas of Accountability:
Must conduct business and personal affairs in a manner that is always a
credit to the company. Must maintain a good credit rating while employed
with the company.
Machines and Equipment:
The incumbent must be able to effectively operate the current computer
system, telephone system, and other office machines such as copier and
The incumbent must be able to finger, grasp, feel, see, sit, hear, and
speak. This position is sedentary in nature with minimal lifting
The incumbent works in an office environment that is not substantially
exposed to adverse environmental conditions such as heat, cold, or
extreme noise. Routine periods of being on the phone utilizing a
headset, sitting and data keying are required.
Remote Eligibility: This position is full-time remote eligible.
Eligibility is determined by Management or Human Resources.
The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work
being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not
intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities,
duties and skills required of personnel so classified.
Regular Business Hours
Monday - Friday; 8AM - 5PM
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled