Location: USDA offices at 4300 Goodfellow Blvd., St. Louis, MO
Scope of Work:
The candidate will provide pre-award and post-award acquisition support to the USDA Rural Development (RD).
This support will include program acquisition strategy development, requirements package documentation (cost analysis, market research and market survey support, development of Performance Work Statements), assist government in monitoring post award quality surveillance (QA), and training of program staff on identified acquisition processes and duties.
Successful candidates will analyze data and develop reports upon request and will be required to provide quality assurance training to Government employees concerning Contract Management and Quality Control Measures within their perspective programs.
The successful candidates will further support PMO by analyzing Procurement Systems, Processes, Practices and Personnel efficiencies to better support Rural Development.
Full benefits package available.
Required Qualifications: The candidate shall have an expert understanding of program management and quality control as written per the Federal Acquisition Regulation, and minimum of ten (10) years’ experience and one or more of the following certifications (or their equivalent):
DAWIA II in Contracting
Certified Purchasing Manager (CPM)
Industry Certification in Contract Management–Federal
Certified Professional Contract Manager (CPCM)
Certified Federal Contract Manager (CFCM)
Certified Commercial Contract Manager (CCCM)
About Stafford Consulting Company, Inc.
Stafford Consulting Company (SCC) is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) and Professional Services Company, with strong leadership and experience in federal procurement policy and procedures.
SCC believes that puzzle pieces sometime seem to go together but build frustration once it is clear there is a better fit with another piece. Communication and willingness is the one way to achieve a perfect fit in Capturing, Delivering and Maintaining business transactions. Building partnerships is the key component of the next revolution in businesses processes and new efficiencies in Government.
We continue to stay abreast of the latest technological tools that can be leveraged to solve some of the more difficult problems in both Government and Private Industry.