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Senior Government Contracts Administrator

Location: San Diego, CA, United States
Job # 10341472
Date Posted: 01-19-2018
Senior Contract Administrator-San Diego, CA 
Salary- $115-$130k 
Top of the line benefits and 9/80 work schedule

Our client, a leading international aerospace and defense company, is seeking a Senior Contract Administrator for their San Diego contracts team.  This role has a targeted salary range of $120-$130K and will be a part of a team of 8 contracts professionals that report into the Director of Contracts
 
In this role you will follow the business unit’s Purchase Order Acceptance Process (POAP).
Provide comprehensive support and guidance to San Diego and other Business Unit locations, conducting contract negotiations in accordance with company policies and business needs. Responsible for negotiating and managing contracts while ensuring contracts are properly structured and executed in accordance with government regulations and statutory requirements. Knowledge in Government and commercial contracting is highly desirable.

Responsibilities:
  • Proactively advises program managers, finance, and senior management of potential contract risks and recommended solutions in accordance with the Contracts Policy, company goals, objectives, and legal requirements.
  • Actively assists program/proposal managers, finance, and purchasing, in the review of RFP’s, Proposals, and Agreements providing sound direction on contractual matters.
  • Provides sensible guidance for FAR/DFARS/UCC/ITAR/EAR and other government regulations.
  • Reviews and processes Non-Disclosure Agreements and government/customer required representations and certifications in a suitable timeframe supporting the business.
 
Minimum Requirements:
  • Minimum of eight years of government contract or subcontract administration experience in a defense contractor manufacturing environment.
  • Experienced in effectively negotiating pricing, complex terms and conditions, including reduction of risk through identification and mitigation of risky and adverse terms.
  • Experienced with FFP, CPFF, and T&M contracting vehicles in a manufacturing company.
  • Strong expertise in FAR and DFARS, and intellectual property requirements and applications.
  • Must be capable of effectively and collaboratively managing high volume complex contracts.
 
Preferred:
  • Experienced in radio frequency (RF) Microwave/Millimeter components and integrated assemblies or other areas of defense electronics.
  • Knowledge of export regulations and the requirements for representations and certifications.\

If qualified, please respond with resume saved as a word document
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