In this role, you will be responsible for all aspects of contract administration on assigned projects. Under the supervision of a Contract Manager you will support and/or perform all activities related to the development and administration of contracts and subcontracts, ensuring adherence to the federal government contract, overall business strategy and corporate policies.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Review of proposal and proposal requirements, analysis of terms and conditions; negotiating and executing contracts.
Experience in the administration of federal government contracts or subcontracts under a federal government prime contract and with knowledge of commercial subcontracts.
Review and assist in the preparation of Statements of Work
Negotiating the terms and conditions of subcontracts; negotiating final prices with suppliers;
Familiarity with all contract types including FFP, CPFF, and CPAF
The successful candidate must possess a demonstrated ability to deal with project deadlines and ambiguity.
Candidate must be well versed and have an in-depth understanding of all principles of the procurement process in a government environment from inception of a requirement to the close out of the file.
Candidate must be self-motivated, resourceful and organized, taking ownership of all assigned work.
Performs other duties as assigned
A bachelor’s degree in a business discipline
A minimum of three (3) years, full-time, contemporary, directly related experience
Knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR); and Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS)
Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Word, Excel and PowerPoint
About DDB Chicago
DDB Chicago is a full-service advertising agency with a team of 300 hundred people offering our clients in-house capabilities ranging from strategic planning, research and analytics, account and project management, to creative services including ideation, design and production across all forms of media.
We believe in building brands by creating platform ideas that define a new way for clients and consumers to think about the Brand. Our ideas are big and powerful enough to create consumer enthusiasm about the brand and ultimately build our clients’ business.
In order to accomplish these types of results, we start by defining a Brand Conviction—which is what a Brand stands for, fights for and takes a stand on. By recognizing the Brand Conviction, we can provide clarity, focus and direction in order to create acts, not just ads; it gives us something to commit to and a tension to push off of.
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