What You'll Get To Do:
You will support the Army Expeditionary Contracting Command as Contracts Specialist, in a DoD Contracting Office in Afghanistan.
More About This role:
The positions require the successful applicant to provide acquisition support services for any or all stages of the procurement cycle from acquisition planning through contract closeout. Generally, Contracting Officers will assign projects and will require all necessary support, by working with the Department of Defense (DoD) and other government customers, in a team environment, to review draft documents and assist customers to the extent necessary to produce unassailable acquisition strategies, contractible requirements, and sound independent government cost estimates (IGCE). The government requires assistance with pre-award processes to include: well-documented market research, development and posting of solicitation documents, receipt and analysis of proposals, development of negotiation positions, and documentation of negotiations conducted by the Contracting Officer and preparation of award documentation for Contracting Officer's execution. Post-award support is also necessary to include: monitoring of contract compliance and reporting to the Contracting Officer, preparation of post-award contract administration documents for Contracting Officer approval and preparation of contract closeout documentation for Contracting Officer approval. Requirements are typically processed utilizing all existing available procurement vehicles such as GSA schedule contracts, blanket purchase agreements (BPA), and indefinite definite delivery/ indefinite quantity (IDIQ), and requirement contracts. The government may also require support in development of briefing materials, data summaries, and procurement analyses and support as procurement subject matter experts assisting units. The work required involves exposure to highly sensitive information of the Department of Defense (DoD) and associated contractors, therefore, a stringent conflict of interest clause is included.
Applicants will not be responsible for performing the inherently governmental functions of a Contracting Officer.
Kabul, Kandahar, or Bagram
You'll Bring These Qualifications:
-DAWIA, APDP, or FAC-C level I certification in Contracting and at least two (2) years of government contracting experience. Must have experience using SPS Procurement Desktop-Defense (PD2).
These Qualifications Would Be Nice to Have:
A Bachelor's (or higher) degree (in any field of study), with at least 24 semester hours in accounting, law, business, finance, contracts, purchasing, economics, industrial management, marketing, quantitative methods, or organization and management.
The clearance level required is dependent on the type of clearance supported by our client.
-Must be able to carry and wear the personal protective equipment issued by the DoD required for the duty location;
-Normal demands associated with an office environment (e.g., ability to work on computer for long periods, communicate with individuals by telephone, email, and face-to-face); and
-Besides travel to duty location, some local travel may be required to visit vendors, contract sites, requiring activities, etc.
**Includes OCONUS nonstandard benefits package**
***This position is in support of future opportunities. We are reviewing resumes now, however, and as we get closer to filling this position, we will be contacting qualified candidates.***
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