At Management & Training Corporation, caring for others is our number one mission. We make a social impact everyday at our over 50 Job Corps Centers and private correctional facilities by preparing students and offenders for a lifetime of success.
We are currently looking for a Director to join our corporate Contracts Administration team.
In addition to a competitive salary & bonus structure, team members will enjoy:
Medical, vision, dental, and prescription drug benefits
401(k) retirement plan with company match
3 weeks paid vacation and 2 weeks paid sick time
11 paid Holidays
Company-paid Life and AD&D insurance
Short-term and long-term disability benefits
Other great perks such as free drinks and snacks, on-site yoga, off-site CrossFit, and tons of fun company events.
Reports to the Vice President, Contract Administration. Responsible for coordinating, managing and assisting with financial/cost proposals, budgets and contract administration functions, in compliance with government and management directives.
Direct, coordinate, and participate in the gathering of data and preparation of financial/cost proposals, subcontracting plans, scope changes, etc.
Strategize and communicate with executive management, various departments and staff regarding contract proposals, budgets, merits, administrative matters, modifications, etc.
Perform detailed analysis, assess financial impact and contract compliance; develop and present strong recommendations to key management.
Assist in contract and subcontract negotiations.
Monitor contracts and communicate changes to ensure compliance with contract regulations and clauses.
Maintain and review contract files for contract values, funding and other contract clause compliance and accuracy; report discrepancies and recommend needed action(s).
Review and process contract modifications for accuracy and enter into data systems as applicable.
Prepare, assist, review and verify facility budgets and merit/bonus packages, as needed. Monitor contract financial performance and ensure timely facility submissions.
Identify and provide suggestions for improvements in proposals and contract administrative processes.
Maintain working knowledge of applicable regulations impacting contract administration areas (i.e. PRH, FAR, SCA, etc.).
Monitor Policy and Requirements Handbook (PRH), Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and Service Contract Act (SCA) changes; research changes and problem areas and recommend modifications as necessary.
Provide customer(s) with various data requests and financial/cost proposals as necessary.
Coordinate with partner companies for development and/or submission of teaming agreements, proposals, subcontract agreements, budgets, and modifications.
Compile, review and analyze financial budget and expense reports.
Prepare written correspondence to customer to communicate proposal and/or contract administrative issues, as needed.
Maintain and track key communications and contractual documentation from applicable agencies, management and departments.
Monitor sites and provide staff training and/or technical assistance to facilities in financial performance and reporting areas as needed. Prepare analyses and reports for key management.
Participate as a team member on facility transitions as assigned.
Assist in the management of government-furnished property.
Maintain positive customer and employee relations; act as liaison between management, corporate staff, facility personnel and the customer as necessary.
Bachelor's degree in accounting, business administration or related field and five years’ accounting, contract administration or financial experience. CPA preferred, Public Accounting experience a plus. Two years of supervisory experience is preferred. Must have strong analytical and organizational skills. Must be computer proficient and have a strong working knowledge of computer application software, i.e. accounting software, Microsoft Office Excel and Word, databases and other business software technology. Must be willing and able to travel. Must have excellent training abilities with excellent verbal and written communication skills. Unless waived by management, valid driver's license in state of employment with an acceptable driving record.
Internal Number: 27398
About Management & Training Corporation
MTC has been making a social impact in people’s lives since 1981.
How we help people: Providing effective rehabilitative programs and services to offenders to make their time in prison more productive and to reduce re-offending
Partnering with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to provide individuals in their care with a comfortable and attentive environment.
Caring for the medical, dental and mental health needs of inmates and detainees
Educating and training young Americans so they have the technical and life skills they need to find and keep good jobs
Providing workforce training to citizens of other countries so they can take care of themselves and their families
Reducing re-offending in the United Kingdom by providing transitional services to offenders, probationers, and parolees
Where We Help People: MTC operates 24 Job Corps centers, 23 correctional facilities, 11 prison and detention medical departments, 4 detention centers, one probation and parole contract, and one workforce development site worldwide — with a mission to help improve people’s lives. MTC is headquartered in Centerville, Utah and employs nearly 9,000 people.