The subcontracts administrator is in charge of all the contracts and associated subcontracts of a company. You are to oversee and manage the company's contracts. You will give a review of subcontracts and meet up with the deadline. You should be well versed with legal procedures and policies and also in reviewing contracts daily.
As an administrator, you are in charge of the contract team, and at the end, you will prepare a report of the overview of the contract, emphasizing the actions taken and the success made. You will report to the manager or supervisor. You will also be involved in negotiating contracts and subcontracts and solve any issues resulting from contractual obligations. You will manage the company's subcontracts and ensure it complies with contract terms.
To work as a subcontractor administrator, you need a bachelor's degree in a business-related discipline and years of experience. Your job requires you to work typical work hours to meet deadlines. You should possess analytical skills, negotiating skills, and math skills. The average salary is about $70,000 per year.