Senior Contracts Manager (ISG)
Systems Planning and Analysis - San Diego, CA

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Assist a US Navy Program Office with the unclassified and classified contract competitive award planning and execution, market research, cost and price analyses.

Responsibilities:

Assist with tracking of contracts and project obligations and expenditures. Assist with monitoring and reporting payment status of contractor invoices. Assist with the preparation of briefing material for program management reviews. Provide advice to government personnel and other contractors within the Program Office on contract management activities. Work entails drafting moderate to complex requirement documents such as Statement of Work, Performance Work Statement, Statement of Objectives, Source Selection Plan, Acquisition Strategy, Acquisition Plan, Procurement Request Letters, and assist in the development and review of solicitation documents. NO RELOCATION EXPENSES WILL BE OFFERED FOR THIS POSITION.

Requirements:

4+ years working with contracts management and a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration or a related field is required. Experience in a Navy program office or Navy Program Executive Office which includes development of program acquisition documentation, including DoD 5000 Series documentation, Request for Proposal development, and development of Program Status Reports is preferred. Experience writing Acquisition Strategy/Plans, Source Selection Plans, Statements of Work, Modification Requests, and Procurement Request Letters involving development and procurement of Navy C4I systems is a plus. Previous experience supporting US Navy contracting and acquisition policies, procedures, and processes; NAVSUP Instruction 4200.85 and DoD contracting principles; Defense Acquisition Management Framework; PPBS; contracting requirements for ACAT I, II or III programs; Federal Acquisition Process, government contracting principles and governing regulations (including FAR/DFAR)is required. Three years experience creating, leading and managing a team in the area of contracts management is also desired. DAWIA Contracting Level II or III Certification and/or NCMA Certification is a plus. Excellent written and verbal communications skills are required. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications is required. TS/SCI security clearance is required.

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