• Contract Compliance Coordinator

    Location US-IN-Indianapolis
    Job ID
    Administrative Support
    Company Name
  • Overview

    Medxcel is here to lead the transformation of healthcare facilities management by incorporating a new approach to providing services. Created by healthcare, for healthcare, we have a dedicated focus on our people and customers, as well as providing tools, processes, support resources, data analytics and insource strategies that drive results.


    The Contract Compliance Coordinator will support the General Counsel with administrative and legal responsibilities for Medxcel throughout the assigned working location of the Central Office - Indianapolis, IN. This position primarily will support the in-house legal team in reviewing and drafting agreements, facilitating and coordinating the processing of contract activities through completion; and creating and maintaining form contracts, including database management and enhancements. This position will work collaboratively with in-house attorneys and administrative staff, and will interface with internal clients regularly as a key point of contact within the Legal Department.


    Contract & Lease Review & Management 

    • Conduct first level review of contracts, leases, and other legal documents 
    • Perform lease abstraction to identify critical factsdata, and other lease management information 
    • Review and organize client and third-party vendor contracts 
    • Upload contracts into contract management software 
    • Maintain contract templates and contract approval forms 

    Research & Data Management 

    • Conduct preliminary legal research including statutory, regulatory, and international issues 
    • Investigate facts and analyze legislation, statutory and case law, judicial decisions, legal opinions and rulings, ordinances, and other documents to determine legal relevancy 
    • Collect and analyze data needed for legal or administrative matters 
    • Assist in developing and formalizing legal processes 
    • Draft, proofread, and edit a variety of documents for correct spelling, punctuation, grammar, formatting and content 


    • Maintain, prepare, and file registrations and legal documents with federal and state agencies and courts 
    • Docket filing dates 




    • Associate’s Degree in business related field 
    • Bachelor’s degree preferred 




    • Paralegal certificate 




    • 1+ years legal experience 
    • 3+ years legal experience strongly desired 


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