Contracts Administrator

Job Description ASRC Federal is seeking a Contracts Administrator in anticipation of favorable award of the Visa Support Services Contract supporting a government agency. We are looking for staff in both Portsmouth, NH and Williamsburg, KY. Key Role: This individual is responsible for managing all aspects of federal government contracts administration from cradle to grave. Principals conduct proposal preparation, contract negotiation, and administration of major contracts. Monitor company performance for conformance to original proposal. Serve as point of contact for customers. Act as advisor regarding legal requirements, customer specifications, and government regulations. May provide work leadership for lower level employees. Recommend appropriate steps to resolve contractual issues and ensure all terms and conditions are met and that the contract complies with legal requirements, customer specifications, company policies and all applicable government regulations. Prepare and disseminate information throughout the company regarding contract status, compliance, modification, deviation, negotiation, and termination. Initiates documentation to authorize and direct work in accordance with contractual specifications. Coordinate and ensures proper contract closeout. Establishes and maintains good relationships with Government and customer counterparts.   ASRC Federal and its Subsidiaries are Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action employers. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, gender, color, age, sexual orientation, gender identification, national origin, religion, marital status, ancestry, citizenship, disability, protected veteran status, or any other factor prohibited by applicable law. LocationKentucky Consular Center, 3505 Hwy 25, Williamsburg, KY 40769, KY003Requirements Basic Qualifications 7-9 years of related contracts administration experience BS/BA in Business Administration or related field or equivalent experience with additional training in contract law Experience with all forms of government solicitations (RFP, RFQ, and other forms) and managing all types 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, NASA FAR Understanding of OCI issues and mitigation/avoidance strategies Experience with Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDAs), Teaming Agreements (TAs), etc. Experience collaborating with procurement and subcontract personnel to achieve proposal and program success and compliance Thorough understanding of all contract types including performance based contracts, federal acquisition regulations, and Government compliance issues Ability to analyze and summarize contract performance status for management Must be detail oriented and accurate, able to multi-task, and possess expertise in accounting/finance practices as they relate to government contracts administration Proficient in MS, Word, Power Point and Outlook with an emphasis with Excel Excellent written, verbal, and presentation skills  Additional Qualifications:  US Citizenship and ability to pass a government sponsored background investigation AFHC-3809
Salary Range: NA
Minimum Qualification
8 - 10 years

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