PAE is seeking a Subcontracts Manager for the Arlington, VA (Courthouse) location. The Subcontract Manager’s primary responsibilities will consist of supporting major program Operations and strategic proposal efforts across the Global Mission Services (GMS) business unit, International Development and Capacity Building (ID&CB) area. The selected candidate must be comfortable working in a dynamic and high-energy environment and be capable of simultaneously managing multiple projects with demanding schedules.
Supervises preparation of complex bids requiring integration of proposals from multiple subcontractors and other potential vendors.
Assists senior leadership in employment, training, motivation and evaluation of assigned employees.
Ensures effective implementation of subcontract responsibilities within corporate and regulatory objectives and requirements.
On occasion will be required to provide working subcontract administration support for complex bids and subcontract administration; lead subcontract negotiation, and teaming activities on new business opportunities.
Ensures the receipt, accuracy, and timeliness of subcontractor and vendor submitted documents relating to the subcontract deliverables; and monitors performance relative to timeliness, cost considerations, and technical objectives
Prepares price and/or cost analysis of subcontractor and vendor bids
Prepares written reports, correspondence,and memoranda required for internal and external distribution
Provides leadership, oversight, guidance, mentorship, and procurement training to subordinate subcontract administrators and buyers; and provides procurement guidance to program personnel
Manages the supplier development process through interaction with new and existing suppliers, monitoring supplier performance, and initiating corrective action and process improvement activities to promote optimal supplier performance
Reviews and resolves issues affecting subcontract performance and ensures subcontractor compliance with legal requirements, company policies, and customer objectives; consults with PAE operational staff and resolves matters of concern between PAE and subcontractors and/or vendors on active contracts. These matters are often complex and require good business sense.
Advises management of prime contractor/subcontractor rights and obligations and provides interpretation of subcontract terms and conditions.
Requires well developed analytical and communication skills, advanced knowledge of business and contract law, finance and accounting, as well as broad based experience in procurement and related functions with particular emphasis on negotiation and contract administration.
Works on highly complex problems where analysis of routine and non-routine data is required. Exercises a high degree of independent judgment within defined practices and procedures in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions. Ensures budget, schedule, compliance, and performance requirements are met.
Detail oriented and organized. Able to understand work problems and procedures and ensure accuracy of subcontracts and bids. Reviews the work of others and able to detect errors if needed
Exercises a high degree of independent judgment in selecting methods and techniques for developing solutions. Requires a significant degree of analytical ability to understand and interpret complex data and solve complex problems. Present and discuss strategic Global Supply Chain options to PAE’s experienced Capture Management team to contribute to the success of new business for the GMS Business Unit.
Maintains an in-depth working knowledge of Federal Acquisition Regulations and standard commercial procurement practices
Performs other relevant duties as assigned
Minimum General Qualifications
Bachelor's degree in related discipline
In some cases, educational requirements may be adjusted or waived for more than 15 years applicable work experience
10-15 years of directly related experience in a U.S. Government contracting environment; preferably Department of State, Department of Defense and USAID
Must have excellent written and oral communication skills
Experience working in an approved purchasing system (CPSR) environment is strongly preferred
Must have the ability to perform in high-pressure situations and at times in relatively austere environments
Must be able to organize and prioritize multiple projects of competing priority and varying scope
Must have the ability to work within very strict timelines while maintaining the integrity of the procurement activity
Specific Skills Required: Extensive experience and proficiency with Microsoft Office software to include Excel, Word, and PowerPoint
Highly Desirable Skills/Qualifications: Prior experience with international procurement activities performed in conflict and post-conflict regions of the world.
Proficiency in the CostPoint ERP platform and Maximo
Moderate travel required (typically not more than 20%) to CONUS and OCONUS locations (OCONUS locations could include locations that are remote, relatively austere, and in post-conflict or conflict environments)
Telecommuting is allowed.
Internal Number: R0056507
PAE is a leading provider of integrated global mission services to the U.S. Government and its allied partners. For over 65 years, PAE has provided training, logistics, operations and maintenance services to support complex missions for customers around the world. PAE employs approximately 20,000 people in over 60 countries supporting some of the most meaningful and exciting missions in the world.
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