About this role: Senior Contract Analyst (LNG Sales)
Brunel is a global provider of flexible workforce solutions and expertise, connecting specialists with clients across the globe. We deliver innovative services like Recruitment (people, talent, and training), Logistics (global mobility and travel), Technical Services (project support and setup) and Consultancy to our clients both globally and locally;
Brunel is now present in 40+ countries with over 12,000+ specialists, 120+ offices worldwide, and close to €1 billion (Revenue 2021).
Develop, lead and/or maintain working procedures for implementation of the SPAs through structured coordination of input from the various functions and cascade of the latest procedure version.
Establish and/or update annual activities tracking calendar for each SPA to enhance monitoring and compliance as well as to ensure capture of optionality decision milestones, coordinates accordingly with functions and Buyers;
Ensure timely preparation and issuing of contractual notices including price notification, diversions, monthly and annual volume reconciliations;
Develop and/or maintain controlled calculation models for SPA implementation and issues required reports: SPA quantities obligations reconciliation and tracking for term SPAs, Netback LNG pricing models as applicable, Shipping lay time calculation and Special payment provisions such as netback cost reconciliation credits;
Provide functional review into new SPAs or spot sales confirmation notices for the Marketing Department. Analyses issues arising with Buyers against SPA provisions, coordinates Company functional input and recommends or proposes solution options to supervisor;
Coordinate, prepare and document Buyer meetings on behalf of supervisor and maintains Customer Issue log for assigned customer base;
Identify any potential or actual breaches of the Contract Agreements by either the Sellers or Buyers.
Provide subject matter expertise in support of new LNG SPA negotiation. Leads the review and discussion with Buyers of issues under the SPAs and development of resolution recommendations.
What you need to bring:
8 years general business or industry experience that includes a 6 years of hydrocarbon sales contracts administration experience preferably with marine export exposure;
Knowledge of the LNG industry a strong advantage;
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Sciences, Economics or Business Administration.