Location can be based in Arlington, VA, Greenville, SC or Morrisville, NC.
Key responsibilities of the Contracts Administrator III include, but are not limited to; Due diligence in support of projects with new Clients/JV's/Teaming arrangements, Contract Risk Analysis, contract task order proposal preparation, contract negotiation, contracts policy compliance, project audits, project property management and any other business related support required by the program/project management. As well as serving as the primary project interface with the client's contracting official where so designated. Will be responsible for providing the Prime contract flowdown terms related to performance and billing conditions from the Contract. Must ensure adherence to the firm's signature authority policy, and facilitate approval of necessary and appropriate deviations. Coordinate with Corporate Audit Group and support periodic internal project audits, outside project audits by clients, and federal and state agency audits. The Contracts Administrator III must possess the ability to manage and support multiple contract types and task orders concurrently and respond to project/client directives and requests involving financial information, contract compliance, subcontracting/procurement, cost proposals, project audit, project accounting, insurance, property and other administrative issues. Review and approve the application of accurate contract rate data in the preparation of proposal and contract information. In conjunction with the Project Manager, develop the negotiation strategy and plan/lead, where appropriate, conduct contract negotiations with the client. On Federal projects will conduct strategic pricing planning, participate in technical proposal preparation in compliance with the Federal Estimating System Manual, RFP requirements and other firm policies and procedures.
Minimum Requirements :
Bachelor's degree plus four (4) years of related experience or demonstrated equivalency of experience and/or education.
Preferred Qualifications :
Undergraduate degree in business or related field with 7+ Years contract administration experience. Must also have experience in creating and maintaining databases and working with spreadsheets. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook). Excellent working knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulation and its supplements as well as the Uniform Commercial Code The ideal candidate must have solid understanding of risk management, assessment, and planning as well as possess the ability to thrive in a fast-paced, multitasking environment, love challenges and details, be resourceful, and have great organizational and time management skills. This position requires knowledge of federal, state, and local contracting, bidding, source selection, and procurement regulations and laws; experience with audit standards and federal cost principles; outstanding communication and negotiation skills; and strong financial, pricing, and business management skills.
Internal Number: 227945
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