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Years of Experience
ProfileFederal Subcontracts Professional The candidate will effectively and professionally conduct the activities associated with subcontracting of services as assigned. Subcontracting assignments typically will consist of professional or technical services, and less complex construction services. Provide coordination of assigned subcontract packages, tracking of subcontract activity and progress information, and information and guidance to project personnel on subcontracting issues. Perform all subcontract formation duties for assigned subcontracts, including prequalification of bidders, solicitation of proposals, proposal evaluations, source selection recommendations, participation in negotiation of contract terms and pricing issues, conformance and finalizing of agreements, and subcontract issuance and execution. Ensure applicable prime contract flow-downs are identified, addressed, and included in assigned subcontracts. Obtain necessary reviews and approvals of bidder exceptions, bid evaluations, source selection recommendations, Subcontracts, and change orders prior to execution. Assist in ensuring budget compliance and award of subcontracts. Perform subcontract post-award administration duties, including change order management, contractual compliance, invoice verification, performance evaluation, closeout of agreements, and records retention. Maintain the database of potential and qualified subcontractors, including performance history. Utilize established policies, procedures, systems, and tools to assure maximum contribution. Assist Procurement Management in the preparation of proposal deliverables, including pricing of subcontracted services, execution approach narratives, and labor hour estimates for subcontracting. Assist Procurement Management in providing other support services as requested. Acquire and administer services subcontracts at an optimum balance of cost, quality, client need, and supplier service. Provide information for subcontract auditing; review audit reports and implement audit recommendations; and coordinate audit responses with audit agencies and clients under the direction of Supervisor. Accountable to the assigned Procurement Manager or Subcontracts Manager. Prepare quality requests for proposals and subcontract documents. Effective and timely manage subcontractor change activity to assure compliance with the subcontract provisions and mitigate the potential subcontractor claims. Report to the appropriate project procurement manager, project subcontracts manager, or other assigned procurement manager for performance of work and implementation of subcontract management programs and procedures. Coordinate with project or departmental personnel to plan and support performance of the subcontracting activities, including Design, Construction, QA/QC, Safety, Project Controls, and Management. Understand the project delivery processes (i.e. construction management, design-build, EPC) and their relationship to Enterprise Procurement procedures. For Federal project assignments, understand the application of federal government contractual compliance requirements. Understand overall corporate resources and capabilities. Become familiar with the capabilities of a subcontracts management system, and gain an understanding of how to use it for the subcontracting activities.
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have a degree in Business, Law, Engineering or other applicable field. Experience in lieu of a degree is acceptable. Must have 4+ years of experience in subcontracting and contract management, with specific experience in working on small projects, such as airports, dams, stadiums, buildings, highways and bridges, water projects, rail projects, power projects, refinery expansions, petrochemical units, pulp and paper mills, pharmaceutical plants, pipelines, dock construction, ocean terminals, offshore construction, or automated assembly lines. For Federal project assignment, 3 years of directly applicable experience with FAR/DFAR and other agency supplements as applicable, or other state or local contracting, bidding, and source selection practices depending on intended role is preferred. CPCM, CCCM, or CCFM Certification from the National Contract Management Association (or other international equivalent) is desirable. Should preferably have experience with small to medium sized subcontracts for minor construction, surveying and land services associated with remediation efforts for US Navy Facilities in US and Puerto Rico.
Ref. #: 170004S0