The MITRE Corporation Senior Subcontracts Administrator in McLean, Virginia
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Process a high volume of Service Purchase Requisitions (SPRs) for Subcontractor and Consultant support in accordance with the MITRE Corporation’s (MITRE) Subcontracts Management Office procedures, to be compliant with FAR and CPSR requirements.
Use past experience and working understanding of Prime/Subcontractor/Consultant relationships to execute various types of contracts autonomously.
Have a working understanding of internal and external audit requirements (i.e. DCAA and DCMA).
Evaluate requests-for-proposals (RFPs) while participating in the acquisition process of subcontracts and consultants that may include: acquisition planning, request for proposal generation, source selection, contract negotiation, and award and administration of agreements.
Develop compliant Procurement packages.
Be able to think independently when developing and documenting source selection and price/cost reasonableness.
Have clear understanding of basic subcontracting principles.
Exercise independent judgement within generally defined practices and policies in selecting methods for obtaining solutions, with a focus on clear communications and relationship management.
Know when to escalate to management for conflict resolution of terms and conditions when necessary.
Assist Accounts Payable, as needed, to review Subcontractor and Consultant invoices for adherence to contract terms.
Demonstrate multiple and multilevel relationship building, via verbal and written communications, to foster collaborative relationships with both internal and external customers.
Suggest improvements to the subcontracts processes and strategies, as needed.
Transfer basic knowledge and skills to other staff.
Have thorough knowledge of different contract types and cases when each type is most appropriately used.
Exhibit effective time management, strong communication and organizational skills.
Demonstrate excellent customer service skills.
Have a strong ability to identify, analyze and solve problems.
Display practical approach to solving problems.
Exercise independent judgement and meet deadlines in a fast-paced organization.
Demonstrate flexibility and agility to work and set priorities in an environment with competing and changing demands.
Ability to handle multiple concurrent work streams while producing high quality output.
Demonstrate proficiency in a Windows environment, including Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook.
Subcontract Administration or Purchasing experience in the Government Contracting arena.
Working knowledge of the FAR, DFARs, HHSAR, and other agency specific supplement terms.
Experience managing SharePoint sites.
BS or BA degree in Business Administration.
5-8 years’ experience in subcontract negotiation/administration or business-related experience, preferably specializing in government contracts.
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