The Subcontracts Administrator should have a strong knowledge of legal procedures and policies and know how to review contracts on a consistent basis. They are also responsible for cradle to grave subcontract administration of a high volume of subcontracts. You will join an agile small business that has a dedicated team of technology and business leaders with 35 years of success behind them.
Your role will include:
• Developing and negotiating subcontract agreements, work statements, terms and conditions, prepare requests for RFPs, analyze and evaluate proposals, issue delivery orders and modifications in Costpoint, transmit vendor packets to new subcontractors , assist accounts payable with invoice approvals and accuracy, monitor subcontracts to ensure timely billings, monitor the period of performance of all subcontracts, prepare sole source justifications, prepare subcontract close outs, and other subcontract duties as assigned.
• Maintain subcontract files in compliance with client's values, policies, procedures, and practices.
• Obtain and maintain required subcontractor certifications and representations, including System for Award Management (SAM) registrations, insurance certificates, and other required documents.
• 5+ years of experience in Federal Government Contracting. Professional certifications (CPCM/CFCM) are a plus. Years of experience in related field can be considered in lieu of degree.
• General knowledge of FAR and DFAR regulations coupled with an overall understanding of Government contracting practices
• Proficiency in MS Office Applications (Word, Outlook, Excel)
• Experience with Costpoint is a plus
• Excellent verbal, interpersonal and written communication skills
• Team player with the ability to multi-task and work in a fast-paced high-volume environment
• Self-motivated and detail-oriented
• Strong analytical, problem-solving, organizational, critical thinking and decision-making capabilities
• Ability to work with all levels of internal staff, subcontractors and Government customers
• U.S. Citizenship required
• Ability to obtain and maintain a security clearance