• Will be responsible for cradle-to-grave federal contracting and related activities. • The position requires independent judgment and identification, analysis and resolution of significant issues. • Will report directly to the Director of Contracts, and may supervise one or more Contracts staff members. • Business Proposal Development • Review and analysis of RFPs/RFQs and other requirements documentation • Cost and business management proposal preparation • Complete knowledge and understanding of Representations and Certifications and their preparation • Assistance developing strategies to win new business and contracts, while identifying potential risks that could cause the company legal, financial, or contractual harm • Negotiate terms of teaming and non-disclosure agreements • Process task orders and modifications • Knowledge and understanding of Representations and Certifications and their preparation • Ensure compliance with contractual terms and conditions, flow down requirements, and that contracts are in accordance with legal requirements, customer specifications, corporate policy and government regulations • Review and analysis of contracts from a business perspective to ensure favorable terms for the company • Manage the contract closeout process, prepare closeout documentation, and coordinate the submission of final closeout vouchers • Participate in the development and updating of contract related policy and procedure implementation and enforcement • Provide advice and guidance to senior management and project staff on contractual matters • Prepare and maintain various reports and tracking mechanisms for both internal and external distribution • Manage all contractual issues & changes to contacts and ensure changes are communicated to the appropriate internal staff and subcontractors, as required • Other duties as assigned
• Must have an Active/Current Top Secret Clearance and be SCI eligible • Must have a BS/ BA Business Degree • Process task orders and modifications • Intellectual Property Rights, Restrictions and Marking • Government and Prime Contractor Audits • Dispute Resolution – Government Contracts • Procurement Integrity, Ethics Rules – Fraud, Waste & Abuse • Government Owned Property • Contract Novation/Name Change • Strong business acumen with the ability to clearly recognize risk elements in business transactions. • Ability to operate with minimal direction, develop solutions for a variety of moderately complex problems and capable of multi-tasking and meeting deadlines. • Ability to research compliance issues with applicable regulations and laws to formulate recommendations to management. • Customer-focused with the capability to resolve moderately complex contracting issues with win-win solutions while meeting company requirements. • Experience with setting pre-negotiation objectives and the proven negotiating skills to define strategies, lead negotiations and realize those objectives. • Ability to apply business finance, marketing and legal aspects of government and commercial procurement to the contract administration function. • Ability to work within a team and foster trust and informed risk-taking. • Ability to lead, train and motivate program personnel in contract requirements and concepts • Effective interdepartmental communications skills • Prior pricing, subcontracts administration and procurement experience, a plus
Riverside Research Institute, a not-for-profit, scientific research company primarily serving the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and the Intelligence Community (IC). Our shared passion for innovation and scientific advancements, coupled with a keen ability to provide independent, unbiased information, make us a stand-alone success in our field of endeavor.