Business Management, Contract Management, Purchasing
4 Year Degree
Cradle-to-grave procurement/subcontracts support for a construction services firm.
Supply chain professional that prepares bid packages, conducts bidders' entrance and exit conferences, develops evaluation criteria, analyzes and evaluates subcontractor proposals, negotiates subcontract terms and conditions and special provisions including price and delivery, selects subcontractors, prepares justifications/awards and administers resulting subcontracts. Enforces contract flowdowns. Negotiates and coordinates additions, deletions, or modifications to subcontracts. Validates subcontractor’s invoices. Prepares monthly reports. Participates with Senior Contracts Manager or other procurement personnel to improve subcontract policies and procedures. Support and participates in CPSR audits.
Experience supporting major subcontracts efforts
Ability to multi-task and adapt to shifting priorities
Receives, reviews, and negotiates, subcontractor proposals. Manages the source selection process by leading the proposal evaluation team in fact finding, technical evaluations, and cost/price analysis. Negotiates purchase order and subcontract terms and conditions including estimated cost/price, delivery, quality, and performance requirements
Documents the entire bid and negotiation process
Makes sure Purchase Requisitions are valid and have all required signatures. Develops the purchase order or subcontract document; reviews it for compliance with Government, Corporate and Company requirements; and obtains management approval prior to issuance to the subcontractor
Develops, negotiates, and issues teaming agreements, non-disclosure agreements, and memorandum of understanding
Provides subcontract advice and counsel to program/project managers, engineering personnel and other related functions such as finance, quality, and contracts management
Enters administrative and financial data on subcontracts into various subcontract data bases
Supports corporate, DCMA and DCAA audits as needed
Performs other duties as assigned
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Education:
In-depth knowledge of Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), statues, and including Flowdowns
In-depth knowledge of Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations (DFARS)
Knowledge of Cost or Pricing Data / TINA and being competent in implementing such when required
Knowledge of Industry practices/ techniques/ standards including issuance of RFPs or RFQs
In-depth knowledge in subcontract administration
Knowledge of Government Policies & Procedures and Flowdowns
Knowledgeable of construction services contracting
Working knowledge of FAR part 15 – Contracting by Negotiation
Working knowledge of DFARS 252.244-7001 Contractor Purchasing System Administration
Working knowledge of SAM.GOV and the reps and certs process
Working knowledge of the competitive award process and justification of non-competitive awards
Working knowledge of the definition of commercial item in FAR 2.101
Working knowledge of termination for convenience or default
Knowledge of the Service Contract Act (SCA) and Davis Bacon Act (DBA)
Knowledge of COI instruments
Knowledge of STANDARD FORM 1413 – STATEMENT OF ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
Knowledge of U.S. Department of Labor - PAYROLL FORM 347
Skill to develop solutions to a variety of problems and complexity
Skill in organizing, planning, and prioritizing. MS Office Suite skills including Excel (intermediate to advanced)
Skill to negotiate with subcontractors including developing Price or Cost Analysis positions
Skill in basic mathematical functions
Excellent written and verbal communication skills including writing procurement justifications
Skill to work with others in the procurement department and the project requisitioner of the goods or services
Skill to evaluate and process changes to subcontracts
Skill to conduct contract closeouts
Bachelor’s Degree and 3-5 years relevant work experience in procurement, subcontracts or contracts or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Fast paced and at time involves extreme deadline pressure. The nature of the work requires a high degree or teamwork and cooperation with other members of staff as well as other individuals across the Company. Must be well organized with the ability to coordinate and prioritize multiple tasks simultaneously. Must work well under pressure.
Experience supporting Department of Defense (DOD) contracting activities with Environmental Services subcontracts experience. Any of the following certifications would be helpful:
ISM Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM)
APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional certification (CSCP)
NCMA Certified Professional Contract Manager (CPCM)
SCPro Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP)
About Agviq, LLC
Agviq, LLC (AGVIQ) a subsidiary of Tikigaq Corporation, LLC, an Alaska Native Corporation (ANC) executes environmental programs by developing strategies that integrate regulatory, technical, financial, project delivery and controls, and risk management for delivering cost-effective solutions that meet and exceed our customers’ goals and expectations. Agviq is a leader in performing logistically complex projects in rural and remote locations nationwide. We have a proven track record in completing projects to full customer satisfaction attributed to strong work ethic, outstanding safety record, and a commitment to superior customer services and relationships.
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