A contract administrator is in charge of managing company contracts. Acting as the link between a company and its business equivalents, they will ensure that the company they represent gains the most benefit from every contract. You will:
Execute the day-to-day activities involved with the administration of multiple prime Government and commercial contracts. Subcontracts are handled from development of the solicitation through completion of the subcontract. Maintain the contract files and coordinate communications with customer counterparts.
Initiate, review, negotiate and execute a wide range of contractual documents and agreements to include: Terms and Conditions, Non-Disclosure, Teaming, Memorandum of Understanding, Subcontract, and Material Transfer.
Perform cost and price analysis, negotiate terms and conditions, identify risks, coordinate solutions and support major initiatives for a dynamic and growing business.
Apply fundamental knowledge of business, subcontract and/or contract administration to include fixed price, time and material, and cost reimbursable type contracts.
Requires an understanding of cost principles and a working knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR).
Supports the Program Managers in the establishment and tracking of contract terms and conditions.
Reviews customer solicitations and purchase orders for any unfavorable terms & conditions and advises management.
Works with the PMs to comply and analyze RFQ requirements.
Coordinates Non-Disclosure agreements with customers when necessary and monitors their validity dates.
Prepares and submits contractual letters to customers for any formal submittals of Data Line Items required by contract.
Tracks due dates and advises PMs and finance of any discrepancies.
Tracks and monitors prime contract numbers associated with any subcontract POs from customers and identifies DPAS ratings.
Works with the Sales organization as needed to submit compliant proposals or proper feedback to customers.
Should be the primary POC for any contractual issues with an order.
1) BA or BS degree in a related field required.
2) MBA preferred.
3) Minimum 5 - 10 years experience in a Government Contracting/Subcontracting environment.
4) Strong working knowledge of FARs and experience working with DCAA.