Exelon Principal, Contracts, Cybersecurity in WASHINGTON, District Of Columbia
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PRIMARY PURPOSE OF POSITION
The Principal, Contracts analyst provides support to the business by supporting the Company’s lead lawyer for all contracting and commercial matters related to Security, Cybersecurity and Privacy.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND ACCOUNTABILITIES
Responsible for initial review and editing of security, data, and privacy provisions of the Company’s global terms and conditions and to individual agreements and scopes of work, as applicable.
Negotiate with potential suppliers as to the terms of agreements.
Maintain and update contract templates, negotiation matrices, and system for storing and retrieval of documents.
Maintain and update memorandum on evolving regulations, laws, and best commercial legal practices related to physical and cyber security, data protection, privacy, and NERC compliance.
Conduct due diligence and draft correspondence in response to internal and external customer and governmental inquiries or proposals related to physical and cyber security, data protection, and privacy.
Work with other departments, suppliers and governmental agencies to affect execution of contracts, logistics for meetings, training and travel. Attend meetings to educate, explain, improve and/or create new processes as required. Assist with special projects as assigned.
•Completion of a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent job experience
•Strong verbal communication and writing skills, and experience with customer negotiations
•Strong organization and time management skills with the ability to organize and prioritize in a fast-paced environment
•Ability to use computer applications to develop spreadsheets, reports and presentation materials (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
•Strong leadership skills
•Demonstrated project management skills with the ability to manage work and lead project teams
•Ability to exercise judgment and make decision
•Demonstrated expertise in cybersecurity
•Experience and knowledge of the energy industry
Supports the business in security, cybersecurity, data and privacy matters including negotiating and executing contracts. Manages relationships with the business and internal and external stakeholders.