Wind Services Lead Contract Performance Analyst M/F

Other, New York
19 Nov 2016
09 Feb 2017
Oil and Gas
Contract Type
Full Time
The Wind Services Lead Contract Performance Analyst M/F will plan and execute detailed contract reviews, deep dives and portfolio analyses.

Essential Responsibilities

The analyst will serve as a key resource on the GP&S (General Property & Services) Risk & Contractual Services team focusing on analysis of contract compliance and performance versus expectation, profitable execution of long term service contracts, portfolio risk assessments and helping to continuously simplify, automate and improve our risk and contract management processes.

As the Wind Services Lead Contract Performance Analyst M/F, you will:
• Support creation of the annual contract margin review schedule for all poles, focusing on highest risk, dollar value and number of units, and ensuring regional availability to support
• Execute the Wind Services global Contract Margin Review (CMR) process for assigned long-term service contracts
• Lead contract performance and portfolio analysis; including cost model validation, cost model updates quantification, staffing / headcount, sub-contractor cost, etc
• Work with site and regional contract owners to ensure operational execution is compliant with contractual scope
• Lead contract deep-dive pre-reviews, anticipating and facilitating conversation around the areas of risk that the business should be focusing on
• Document CMR results and input to quarterly CMR / risk summary of findings
• Support presentation of findings to senior leadership
• Lead follow up of applicable action items identified in the CMR presentation
• Identify and implement contract management and CMR best practices
• Lead and participate in contract margin review process improvements / simplification (e.g. global consistency, cross-functional accountability, and process documentation)
• Lead field services training globally on the CMR process
• Support and improve ITO (Inquiry to Order) to OTR (Order To Remittance) contract handover process, and facilitate New Contract Reviews
• Develop & improve OTR contract management execution processes (track escalations, monitor bonus execution, CAP (Change Acceleration Process) control, new T&Cs (Terms and Conditions))
• Identify gaps in as-sold and recent cost models to executed site costs and drive updates to the cost model with cost model owner to improve overall cost model accuracy
• Identify and support the development of business systems to improve OTR contract management
• Manage contract summary data in Salesforce and/or applicable contract management systems
• Establish, improve and drive global processes across poles, including forging relationships with global teams
• Support automation projects and projects to improve risk and contract analysis / documentation tools
• Contribute to development of contract review methodology & processes to support new products and offerings, including PowerUp


• Bachelor's Degree in business, finance, or engineering from an accredited university or college with considerable finance or operations experience in field services or equivalent knowledge / experience
• Some experience with contractual services, risk, accounting, or cost estimating role

• For applicants for the US work location only: GE will only employ those who
are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening. Any offer of employment is
conditioned upon the successful completion of a background investigation and drug
• EU Work Permit if hired in Spain

For Applicants in Spain:

candidates are responsible to know the minimum documentation requirements to be able
to be contracted in country: NIE- Social Security Affiliation Number in Spain (NAF) and Bank
Guaranteed? NO Payment Frequency Annual
Bonus Target Information - Country United States Bonus Target Information - IFG GE Renewable Energy
Account in Spain. They must be in possession of them at the time of start hiring. GE will not
sponsor this requirement.

Additional Eligibility Qualifications

GE will only employ those who are legally authorized to work in the United States for this opening. Any offer of employment is conditioned upon the successful completion of a background investigation and drug screen.

Desired Characteristics

• Comfortable and confident in a matrix environment
• Advanced level of Excel and PowerPoint experience, particularly pivot tables, advanced lookups, charts and data mining
• Confident in presentation skills
• FMP (Financial Management Program) or other leadership program graduate (GE employees only)
• Global mindset
• Ability to define problems collects data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusion
• Strong interpersonal and leadership skills, and a team player
• Self-driven and goal oriented
• Ability to influence and gain commitment from peers and others within the organization
• Demonstrated ability to think beyond the surface and to develop and execute improvement plans; results oriented
• Track record of challenging the status quo and curiosity to learn new skills
• Initiative to learn and expand responsibilities as needed
• Excellent written and oral communication skills

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