Job Title: Contract Analyst
Worksite City: Sacramento, California
Advertised Salary Range: $4,507 - $6,529
Length of Appointment: N/A
Hours per week: Regular (full-time) Employee – 40 hours per week (Benefited)
Broad Scope and Function
The Sponsored Programs Administration (SPA) Contract Analyst performs duties for both post-award administration and the California Intern Network (CAIN). The Contract Analyst will review contracts from federal, state, and non-governmental funders on behalf of Sacramento State faculty, centers, and institutes (FCIs); and will generate and review contracts from state and other clients for CAIN. The Contract Analyst is responsible for amendments, tracking and executing renewals, for ensuring that the terms and conditions are acceptable, and that contracts are executed in compliance with the policies and procedures of University Enterprises (UEI), Sacramento State, and the CSU Office of the Chancellor. The Contract Analyst has the primary responsibility for developing and executing all FCI subagreements/subcontracts and amendments, including securing all appropriate backup documentation and performing required regulatory checks. Contract Analyst reviews and facilitates execution of all consultant agreements prior to the Associate Director’s approval. In addition, the position routes, reviews, and drafts UEI and Sacramento State memoranda of understanding as needed. drafts UEI and Sacramento State memoranda of understanding as needed.
The ideal SPA Contract Analyst candidate will have knowledge and experience in developing service contracts and subawards incorporating federal, state, city, and campus laws and regulations, and will enjoy working in a medium-size office on a University campus with other professionals. This exempt position offers a variety of daily duties in an office set in the middle of an active university campus next to the American River. The SPA Associate Director provides supervision and direction and UEI staff counsel provides guidance and legal expertise. A legal background is not required although experience working with attorneys or in a legal setting is helpful. Candidates with experience reviewing or entering into agreements with California state agencies are preferred although this is not required.