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Contracts Administrator, Senior

Baltimore, MD
US Citizenship and the ability to maintain necessary clearances is required.
 
Key Role:
The Senior Contracts Administrator shall:
  • Serve as primary Contracts interface with the Business Development and Proposal Departments in all pre-award contractual actions, as well as with Senior Managers and Executives in the administration of a variety of governmental and commercial contracts;
  • Review contract documents and correspondence relative to proposal requests, including pricing, representations and certifications, and subcontracting issues;
  • Develop preliminary contract terms and conditions, and participate in negotiations with existing or prospective clients to establish basic cost and performance guidelines for assigned contracts;
  • Monitor contract performance to ensure cost and technical objectives are being met;
  • Recommend appropriate activities to resolve performance difficulties; and
  • Draft contract amendments and modifications and administer contract closeout processes.
Responsibilities:
  • Originating, negotiating and executing Nondisclosure Agreements, Teaming Agreements, and Consulting Agreements.
  • Provide contractual guidance when reviewing Government Requests for Proposals (RFPs).  
  • Analyze significant, and/or unique contract requirements, special provisions, terms and conditions to support business goals and objectives, and well as to ensure the appropriate laws, regulations, and corporate policies are adhered to.   
  • Advise senior management on strategies to mitigate or eliminate risk arising under these agreements.   
  • Contractual interface with Government Contracting Officers and prime contractor Administrators.  
  • Review of contracts and prepare contract brief prior to contract kick-off meeting to clearly define technical and business staff roles, responsibilities, and deliverables.   
  • Experience developing Small Business and OCI Mitigation Plans.  
  • Prepare Subcontracts and Consultant Agreements to meet CPSR requirements.
  • Maintain all contract files in accordance with company contract management and administrative policies and procedures.
  • Facilitate close-out of all company inactive contracts and subcontracts.  
Basic Qualifications:
  • Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 7 years related contracts administration.
  • Experience with all forms of government solicitations (RFP, RFQ, and other forms), and managing all forms of government contracts (Cost Type, FFP, T&M, ID/IQ contracts, GWACS, and GSA schedule contracts), including reviewing and understanding pricing, representations and certifications, and subcontracting issues.
  • Knowledge of FAR, DFARS, NFARS, and CAS, and preparing Cost and Business Management proposals.
  • Independent judgment and analysis of issue identification and resolution.  
  • Subject matter expert on selected areas and issues, i.e. Conflict of Interest. 
  • Familiar with CPSR requirements and implementation.
  • Experience negotiating complex contractual terms and conditions with the U.S. Government and private sector vendors 
  • Experience coordinating and working with Procurement personnel regarding subcontracting to achieve proposal and program success
  • Proficient in MS, Word, Power Point and Outlook
  • Attention to detail
  • Ability to support extended hours during proposals may be necessary
  • Ability to handle multiple assignments concurrently and efficiently
  • Some local travel may be required
 
Location:
Remote support in the Washington DC area
 
We are an equal opportunity employer.   We evaluate qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran status, or any other protected characteristic.   The EEO is the Law poster is available here.
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