Contracts-adminstrator-sample-job-description (Word document)
Note: This sample job description is provided as an example only. Each section should be carefully updated to reflect your specific requirements prior to being copied and pasted into a GOVPROP job profile.
- Negotiate and manage a variety of government contracts with medium to large dollar values and/or significant technical and programmatic challenges.
- Ensure proposal compliance with RFP contract clauses and special requirements.
- Review and advise management on special and unique terms and conditions, non-recurring activities and data requirements.
- Support Program Management with assigned programs, providing direction to all functional areas to ensure contract understanding and compliance.
- Act as primary customer contact for contractual activities.
- Support efforts associated with International contracting, including but not limited to the creation and submission of Export Licenses and Technical Assistance Agreements (TAA), processing Letters of Credit, interfacing with freight forwarders, and closing of contracts ensuring fulfillment of all requirements.
- Identify project problems and obtain solutions such as allocation of resources or changing contractual specifications. Investigate and advise on new and updated regulations and their impact on company.
- Establish and maintain effective communication with all support departments to facilitate problem identification and resolution. Conduct periodic meetings with members of functional management and/or other responsible parties to identify and resolve program contractual problems.
- Ability to obtain/maintain security clearance.
- Contracts & contract negotiation documentation
- Contract modifications
- Teaming agreements
- Expert licenses
- Technical Assistance Agreements
- Broad knowledge of contracts administration
- Fluent verbal/written communication skills
- Proficiency in the use of Microsoft applications software
- Bachelor’s degree in business administration, finance or related discipline
- 7 to 10 years of related experience in federal contracts administration with experience and or exposure to International (commercial or foreign military sales) contracting. Working knowledge of FAR, DFARS and ITAR regulations.
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