You will provide pre-award and post-award acquisition support services to the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) involving researching, analyzing, and reviewing applicable regulations, departmental policies, procurement instruments (e.g., modifications, orders, etc.). Procurement actions range from very simple to highly complex, and include both Firm Fixed Price and Time and Materials/Labor Hour Order types. You will provide advice and recommendations as deemed appropriate and necessary to support the Contracting Officer’s (CO) decision-making process.
More About the Role:
You will support both pre-award and post-award functions, including:
Assist the CO in conducting strategic requirements review, acquisition strategy development, Request for Proposal development, and other related procurement tasks;
Assist the CO in review of requirements documents submitted by the Program Office to determine adequacy and sufficiency and make recommendations to the CO to accept or reject;
Participate in meetings. Meetings include pre-award conferences, acquisition planning meetings, and other meetings;
Assist the CO in preparing solicitations, acquisition plans, source selection plans, and other documents. Documents shall be accurate, current, and maintained up to date (e.g., Acquisition Plan milestone schedule);
Support the CO in assisting customers with the development and preparation of requirements documents (e.g., Performance Work Statement, technical evaluation factors, performance plans, etc.);
Complete all contract awards within the Agency’s established Milestone dates. Milestone dates will be established with each assigned project;
Complete and handle all contract files in accordance with acquisition regulations and DOL local policies and procedures; and
Support the CO in source selections.
Prepare modifications for various contractual actions to include, but not limited to, contracts, purchase/delivery/Orders, blanket purchase agreements, indefinite delivery contracts, as necessary;
Perform a broad range of close-out activities on contracts, Orders, and Grants;
Assist the CO in preparing responses to Freedom of Information Requests and Protests actions; and
Participate in meetings as required.
You’ll Bring These Qualifications:
Two (2) to four (4) years of relevant experience in federal contracting;
Bachelor’s Degree, with a concentration in business, or 24 semester hours in business related coursework, from an accredited college or university;
Attention to detail and thorough documentation skills;
In-depth working knowledge of federal procurement regulations and policies, as well as the ability to perform complex cost and/or price analysis functions and be knowledgeable and experienced using electronic media, including Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, Power-point, etc.); and
The ability to quickly grasp procurement terms, methodologies, and processes, prepare contract files and associated electronic documentation and create procurement actions (e.g., contract, order, mod) for contract execution.
These Qualifications Would be Nice to Have:
Excellent writing skills and can communicate effectively both orally and in writing;
Knowledgeable with the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR); and
FAC-C or DAWIA certification in contracting.
**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.**
What We Can Offer You:
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