Principal Contracts Administrator

MAG Areospace
Fairfax, VA
Aug 06, 2022
Aug 16, 2022
Full Time
Position Summary: MAG is currently seeking a Principle Contracts Administrator to independently perform a full range of complex duties with primary emphasis toward ensuring contractual relationships between the company and its government customers in conformance with SBA, FAR/DFARS, company objectives and state and federal law. This position is responsible for creating, revising, reviewing, negotiating and overseeing company held federal, international, and commercial contracts. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Duties include, but not limited to:Support proposal activities including, but not limited to analysis of solicitations, preparing summaries and developing strategies and recommendations based on the analysis, with attention to the financial and business risk of the proposed effort, teammate/subcontractor coordination of agreements and data calls, participating in all proposal team meetings, preparing the terms, conditions and assumptions upon which the proposal may be submitted, reviewing the technical and pricing proposals for accuracy and consistency, conducting overall business risk analysis, and preparing the proposal documents for submittal to the CustomerReview and analyze solicitations for potential risks, including compliance with terms and conditions. Coordinate closely with the Contracts Administrators assigned to program to ensure subcontracting activities and prime contract flow downs are carried out in a manner consistent with prime contract requirements and operational objectives.Participates in the negotiation of contract terms from proposal stage to project close-out in accordance with relevant regulations.Negotiate Non-Disclosure Agreements, Teaming Agreements, and Subcontract Agreements with potential teaming partners both as a Prime contractor and subcontractor.Develop or review prime contract flowdown documents to ensure compliance with prime contract requirements and to minimize company liability.Administers assigned contracts and subcontracts to include but not limited to contract modifications, ensuring compliance with prime contract requirements, proposal preparation, and contract negotiation with existing or prospective clients.Generate reports on contract activity as required, ensuring a timely processing of technical, financial reports and deliverables.Coordinate with other company functions as required to ensure appropriate reviews are conducted, scheduling required reviews, and obtaining required review and approval signatures prior to submittal of proposals or execution of contractual document.Adheres to contract policies, procedures, methods, operating practices, and performance standards for areas of responsibility.Serves as a liaison with the PMO and customers regarding contracting issues.Performs all aspects of assigned contract or purchase order processing including, but not limited to, accuracy of order entry data, contract funding, scope changes, contract amendments, receipts and delivery schedules, legal requirements and other commitmentsAssist the HR department and Finance Department in performance of contractual agreements.Communicate and support Senior or Executive leadership as needed. Requirements: Minimum Requirements The position is contingent upon candidate's ability to meet physical and medical requirements as needed by the position; thereby, in accordance with Federal Requirements, medical requirements include but are not limited to full COVID-19 vaccination, except in limited circumstances where a candidate is legally entitled to an accommodation - proof of vaccination required. Knowledge and Skills The required skills and knowledge include 10+ years of experience with contract administration, negotiations, and proposal preparationExperience with various contract types, including fixed-price, time and material, cost reimbursable, and General Service Administration (GSA) schedules, such as government-wide acquisition contracts, blanket purchase agreements (BPAs), and rapid response IDIQsExperience with FAR 9.5 organizational conflict of interest (OCI) terms and helps develop mitigation strategies, as necessaryKnowledge of federal government contracting Knowledge of federal acquisition regulation (FAR) and agency supplementsAbility to establish and maintain relationships with internal and external clientsMust be able to function in a fast pace, team focused environment.Must be US CitizenAbility to obtain Secret clearance Education The minimum level of education required is: BA degree preferred Desired Requirements The desired skills, knowledge, and education include:Deltek Costpoint Contract Module ExperienceTop Secret ClearanceNCMA CFCM or other Contract Administration certification Company Policy: MAG Aerospace (MAG) is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and is committed to Diversity and Inclusion. We encourage diverse candidates to apply to our positions.All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or veteran status.Click below for the "EEO is The Law" and "Pay Transparency Nondiscrimination" supplement posters. MAG Aerospace (MAG) is committed to providing an online application process that is accessible to all, including individuals with a disability, by offering an alternative way to apply for job openings. This alternative method is available for those who cannot otherwise complete the online application due to a disability or need for accommodation.MAG provides reasonable accommodation to applicants under the guidance of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Vietnam-Era Veterans' Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974, and certain state and/or local laws. 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