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DoD Contracts Specialist

Galorath Federal is currently seeking a highly-motivated DoD Contract Specialist to join our Program Office’s contract management team of contracts and acquisition professionals.  The selected candidate will perform a wide variety of contract/subcontract administration functions from cradle to grave including the following:

  • Develop contract documentation for DoD procurement packages such as a Performance Work Statement, Source Selection Plan, Contract Data Requirements Lists, etc. defining requirements, research opportunities and reviews to ensure compliance with FAR/DFAR.
  • Plan, develop, and review pre-award acquisition documentation such as Acquisition Plans, Acquisition Strategies, Performance Work Statement, Request for Proposal, Contract Data Requirements List, Requests for Information, Independent Government Cost Estimates, etc.
  • Coordinate approval of negotiations, contracts, and subcontracts with appropriate management staff.
  • Administer a variety of contract types (Cost Plus, Fixed Price, Time & Materials, etc.).
  • Oversee Indefinite Quantity/Indefinite Delivery contract vehicles.
  • Prepare for and participate in government contract compliance audits.
  • Prepare closeouts.
  • Communicate effectively with government contract personnel and the contracting officer.
  • Reviews and approves subcontractor invoices.
  • Maintain and updates various logs.
  • Maintain current knowledge of relevant contractual procedures and practices.
  • Participate in special projects as required.
  • Monitor the evaluation of bids and selection of suppliers.
  • Maintain and manage customer electronic interfaces that may include, but are not limited to, SAM, GSA, CPARS, PCARSS, DCMA, FLIR internal, and customer specific electronic interfaces.
  • Support inquiries from DCMA and DCAA.
  • Develop/assess ECR and ECP processes.

Qualifications and Education Requirements:

  • BS/BA and 3-8 years’ experience in Government contracting working with FAR/DFAR Contracts Management, as it relates to Department of the Defense (DoD) programs and major acquisition program contracts.
  • Position requires a thorough understanding of FAR/DFAR requirements.
  • Experience administering multiple contract types (Firm Fixed Price, Fixed Price Incentive Fee, Cost Plus Fixed Price, Time and Material, etc.).
  • Have a current Secret security clearance.

Preferred Skills:

  • Demonstrated ability to effectively manage multiple projects simultaneously.
  • Demonstrated analytic and negotiation skills and contracting knowledge.
  • Candidate must have excellent communication skills (oral and written).
  • Strong proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel.
  • Successful candidate should be able to identify problems and solutions, maintain organized contract files, and operate as a team player.
  • Self-starter, creative, forward thinking and willing to help solve problems.

Galorath is 100% Employee Owned!  

We offer a comprehensive benefits package including:

Competitive Compensation 
ESOP  
Medical Insurance 
Dental Insurance 
Vision Insurance 
Company sponsored Long Term Disability 
Company sponsored Life/AD&D 
Voluntary Life 
AFLAC Voluntary Benefits 
Flexible Spending Accounts (dependent & health care)

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