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Subcontracts Administrator

COMPANY:  Aerostar Technical Solutions
LOCATION: 

Sioux Falls, SD, US, 57104-0243

STATUS:  Exempt
REQ ID:  26909

For 60 years, Raven has developed, marketed, and produced technical solutions to great challenges. Utilizing our strength in engineering, manufacturing, and technological innovation, Raven today is a leader in precision agriculture, high performance specialty films, and situational awareness markets. Our purpose to Solve Great Challenges is bold and authentic; it keeps us grounded in markets that have meaning, provide profitable growth, and align with our values.

Raven Aerostar is a world leader in lighter-than-air, stratospheric, and situational awareness technology. Committed to rapid innovation of highly technical and groundbreaking technology, we design and manufacture niche products that enhance security and connect the world. We are working on a number of exciting projects — and looking for extraordinary talent to join our team.


 

The Subcontracts Administrator is responsible for purchase order execution and contract administration; including documentation, purchase order/contract maintenance, and assist in development of proposals to support Government customers.

 

Essential Functions
• The contract administrator assists in the preparation of complex cost proposals IAW, work breakdown structures (WBS), and basis of estimates (BOE).
• Administer and execute firm fixed price, time & materials, or cost-type contracts and subcontracts, as well as IDIQ type contracts and purchase orders.
• Coordinate, develop, produce and review acceptability for contract documentation such as subcontracts, purchase orders, agreements, modification task/delivery orders, solicitations, estimates, cost/price analysis, statement of work, proposals, certifications, and correspondence.
• Maintains contract records in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulation, Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement and other applicable supplements, and CPSR standards, as applicable.
• Conduct contract file reviews in support of government audits.
• Serve as a subject matter expert on contract administration activities, and must be able to communicate this knowledge.
• Ensure contract requirements are met, assist in cost management, and coordinate issue resolution with customers.
• Ensure the management of contract file(s); prepare and control all modifications and correspondence.
• Close out subcontracts.
• Participate in proposal activities for FFP, T&M and Cost-type government contracts.
• Participate in responding to government audit request and interacting with government auditors, including DCAA.
• Perform all other position related duties as assigned or requested.
• Assure staffing requirements are met.
• Encourage team member growth and development.

Qualifications
• Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Finance, or other related field.
• 3-5 years of direct experience as a contracts administrator with strong knowledge and understanding of FAR, DFARS regulations, and other supplemental agency regulations.
• Experience interacting with DCAA or other government auditors and undergoing DCAA audits of various types, to include proposal audits, incurred cost, voucher reviews/audits, accounting systems and purchasing systems.
Preferred Qualifications • 5+ years of direct experience as a DoD subcontracts administrator with strong knowledge and understanding of FAR, DFARS regulations, and other supplemental agency regulations.
• Experience with government contract proposal development, to include cost estimating and pricing of FFP, T&M and Cost-type contracts.
• Experience interacting with DCAA or other government auditors and undergoing DCAA audits of various types, to include proposal audits, incurred cost, voucher reviews/audits, accounting systems and purchasing systems.
• Demonstrated understanding of FAR Part 31 cost principles to include direct and indirect cost components and factors.
• Knowledgeable of the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR), Agency FAR Supplements, Cost Accounting Standards (CAS), and Contractor Purchasing System Review (CPSR).
• Ability to work independently in a high-volume contracting environment.
• Ability to analyze a problem and recommend solutions, problem solving skills.
• Oral and written communication skills.
• Must meet eligibility requirements for access to government classified information
• Demonstrated leadership abilities.
• Capability to coach, mentor, and empower team members to succeed.
• High level of patience and service.
• Ability to motivate team members.
• Problem-solving abilities. Ability to identify waste and creatively look for solutions.
• Travel up to 50% of time.

 

 

EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability