Jacobs is currently seeking a Contracts Administrator to support the Contracts Department in the SALTT Support Center located in Fort Walton Beach, FL.
Provides a broad range of pre-award, award, and post-award contract administration functions to a diverse group of US national and foreign clients in areas such as range operations, test & evaluation, software engineering and development, systems acquisition, advisory and assistant services, mission planning, laboratory, base, post, station operating support services. Negotiate terms and conditions, award subcontract agreements and close prime contract and subcontract agreements using related documents as necessary. Draft related documents to support contract negotiations, administration and close-out. Provides training to customers and junior contract administrators. Assist with DCAA, SARBOX and DCMA audits as required. Provides support to the Senior Contracts Managers and Department Directors on a full range of contracts, task orders and subcontract agreements. Involved in complex contracts projects. .
Prepare, issue and respond to Requests for Quotation/Proposals/Task Orders from customer organizations.
Prepare, review and process Non-Disclosure Agreements and Teaming Agreements
Perform prime contract and subcontract negotiations and administration functions in accordance with the FAR, supplements, and the SALTT Purchasing manual
Negotiate and close-out prime contracts and subcontract agreements and related documents.
Act as focal point for Government related contractual matters on assigned work
Support assigned Program Manager and/or Business Manager on contractual matters relating to their assigned programs
Record and manage key contract information using various contract databases and systems
Provide customer training on contracting related topics
Administer GSA prime contracts if requested
Assist Director of Contracts, and Sr. Contracts Managers as assigned
When requested, serve as training lead, and contract reviewer for other contracts support personnel as needed
*This list is not intended to be all-inclusive and may be expanded to include other duties and responsibilities
Bachelor's degree; business related area preferred. (Contracting, acquisition management, accounting/finance, management,)
Ten (10) years recent Department of Defense or other US Federal government contracting experience.
Additional relevant education may be substituted for progressive experience.
Training and Certifications:
Specialty Course or Certificates in Government Contracts (desired) such as Defense Acquisition Career Development Program Certificate Level II or III, Experience as a DoD Contracting Officer or Contracts Manager responsible for review and approval of contract and subcontract actions.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Range Operation, Advisory and Assistance Services, Hardware/Software development programs and/or Research and Development, laboratory and base, post, station support services associated with US Department of Defense Contracts
Experience in Federal Government, DoD and/or major Aerospace prime contract administration
Experience with Cost Reimbursement, Fixed Price and Time and Material Contracts and Subcontractors
Must be self-starter with the ability to provide solutions to complex contracts
Works well with others in carrying out assigned responsibilities
Must have demonstrated ability to work independently, on tight schedules, and still provide high quality work
Excellent Oral and Written communication skills.
Computer literate with working knowledge of Microsoft Office products
Familiarity with Financial Systems (i.e. JAMIS, Deltek, PeopleSoft) desired but not required.
In-depth knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR), DFARS and other Federal regulations. Knowledge of Cost Accounting desired but not required
Working knowledge of export Control Rules and Regulations and Foreign Military Sales activities
Additional Salary Information: Salary will depend on experience
Internal Number: ATE00039S
At Jacobs, you will work with the most talented professionals and thought leaders to shape the future of the global professional services sector as we deliver ground-breaking and life-changing solutions for a more connected, sustainable world.
With more than $12 billion in revenue and a talent force of more than 50,000, Jacobs provides a full spectrum of services including scientific, technical, professional and construction- and program-management for business, industrial, commercial, government and infrastructure sectors.
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