Senior Contracts Manager
Job #: 2046
Location: Ashburn, VA
Status: Regular Full-Time
Minimum Clearance: Ability to Obtain Public Trust
Summary: The Federal Government Contracts Manager will be responsible for the relationship and contracts between the company and clients/vendors/subcontractors.
Duties and Responsibilities
• Build and maintain excellent relationships with colleagues and clients
• Develop, manage and maintain all company contract files and tracking logs
• Work in collaboration with accounting department to ensure integration of contracting information into accounting system
• Examines performance requirements, delivery schedules to ensure completeness and accuracy
• Administration of contracts and support Project Management with tracking prime contract modifications
• Reviews solicitations and prepares routine responses for proposals, bids, prepare compliance checklist, and contract modifications
• Coordinate with project managers and proposal team on pricing and contractual inputs
• Analyzes contract requirements, provisions, terms and conditions to ensure compliance with appropriate laws, regulations, and corporate policies and procedures
• Accountable for drafting, reviewing and negotiating all legal documents required to complete a customer transaction for products and/or services including but not limited to NDA, TA, Subcontract, Prime contract agreements.
• Works in collaboration with internal organizations including HR, Accounting and Project Management to ensure contractual obligations are being met
• Must have strong contract drafting experience and the ability to manage projects efficiently and successfully
• Manage Contracts Administrator
• Resolve issues in a timely and professional manner
• Other duties as assigned
• 3 to 5 years' experience working in a small business environment required
• 5 to 7 years' experience in a contracts manager role, supporting government clients required
• Education and/or training in Contract Management or a related field
• Working knowledge of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR)
• Experience with contract terms & conditions reviews, profitability/analyses review and oversight of government contracts and programs
• Experience managing the contracting life cycle
• Excellent verbal and written communication skills
• Working knowledge of AP/AR
SuprTEK is an IT Engineering and Professional Services firm focused on helping the DoD and government agencies ensure mission success by delivering exceptional solutions with proven results. SuprTEK specializes in strategic business planning and management; information security and assurance, IT solution engineering and delivery, IT operations management, Health IT, Service Center operations, and Enterprise Integrated Services. Since 1996, SuprTEK has performed exceptionally on a multitude of contracts ranging in size from short-term management consulting engagements to fully-managed IT outsourcing efforts. Our Corporate Headquarters is located in Ashburn, Virginia with a wide array or opportunities throughout the DC Metro Area. We also have a strong presence in the St. Louis Metro East area, among others.
SuprTEK provides competitive compensation and a benefits package which includes the following: medical insurance (including dental/vision/prescription), a 401(k) plan with matching contribution, training reimbursement, on-demand eLearning, company paid life insurance, optional disability insurance, flexible spending accounts, and more.
SuprTEK is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Based on recent jobs postings on Zippia, the average salary in the U.S. for a Contracts Manager is $90,833 per year or $44 per hour. The highest paying Contracts Manager jobs have a salary over $142,000 per year while the lowest paying Contracts Manager jobs pay $57,000 per year
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