Analyst, International Contracts in Northbrook, IL

May 23, 2018

Pursuant to section 656.10 of Title 20 of the Code of Federal Regulations (20 C.F.R. § 656.10), you are hereby notified that an Application for Permanent Employment Certification is being filed for the following position:

Bell Flavors & Fragrances, Inc. seeks an Analyst, International Contracts in Northbrook, IL.

Review, evaluate, revise, and draft contract terms for our company’s international business. Review all contracts involved in international business, including purchasing and selling orders and agreements, shipping agreements, insurance agreements, non-disclosure agreement letters of continuing guarantee, and agent agreements. Analyze all of the key contract terms and provide revision and further negotiation feedback. Draft all key contract terms and conditions to meet specific requirements for customized client solutions. Provide risk evaluation and final reports for various legal contracts for manager’s approval. Conduct due diligence research and legal research on the status and background of various corporate entities, such as suppliers and customers, freight forwarders, and insurance companies. Collect and check certificates of insurance for compliance with contracts. Communicate with vendors and other related entities to update certificates and legal documents, such as license agreements. Conduct legal research on international economic law and identify any changes that may impact corporate business. Report findings to corporate manager for business planning purposes. Maintain and analyze internal contract database. Summarize contracts and maintain contract database.

Requires Bachelor’s degree in Law, Education, or a related field plus six months of experience. Requires experience with the following: Writing contracts; Making effective and persuasive legal resolutions for contract disputes; International business; Contract background due diligence research; Risk evaluation; Defining legal problems, collecting data, establishing facts, and drawing valid conclusions; Interpreting technical contracts and dealing with abstract and concrete variables; Analyzing and translating contracts from Chinese to English.

40 hours/week, $45,843 per year. Must also have authority to work permanently in the U.S. Applicants who are interested in this position may apply at (ref # 95677) for consideration.

Any individual may provide documentary evidence bearing on this application, with information on available workers and information on wages and working conditions, to the Certifying Officer:

U.S. Department of Labor
Employment and Training Administration
Harris Tower
233 Peachtree St.
Suite 410
Atlanta, GA 30303

This notice was posted for ten consecutive business days commencing on 05/23/2018 and concluding on 06/06/2018.