Services include but are not limited to, acquisition and contract management, program management support, and other related workload requirements associated with the acquisition and administration of awarded contracts. The contractor shall accomplish a variety of acquisition and other related administrative services to complement the Government’s workplace capabilities.
Major responsibilities include (not all inclusive):
Contractor shall complete operational or consulting support in one or more areas of the acquisition life cycle or program/project functional area, to include: purchasing/procurement, source selection, training, research, business process improvement, policy development, financial analysis, automated systems development/analysis/ implementation, federal government project or program management, federal statutes and regulations, acquisition or contracting management. Will perform most work independently in a mid-level, non-managerial role, exercising much latitude to carry out tasking, prioritize workload and make recommendations on overall strategies.
Contractor shall report to multiple sources.
Contractor shall share all information pertaining to acquisition and contracting actions for review.
Contractor shall understand all aspects of the HUD Procurement Customer for education, training and consulting purposes.
Contractor shall formulate Performance Work Statements and various documentation for Pre-Award Requirements Packages.
Contractor shall provide support to the Acquisition Liaison Unit (ALU) to meet increasing demands and to assist in preparing new requirements to HUD program offices
Contractor shall generate and update all required documentation and templates utilized in the submission of a requirement to contracting.
Contractor shall conduct training and educational briefings to ensure all personnel seeking contracting support understand procedures and policy.
Qualified Candidates must have:
A 4-year course of study leading to a bachelor's degree with a major in any field, that includes or is supplemented by at least 24 semester hours in any combination of the following fields: accounting, business, finance, law, contracts, purchasing, economics, industrial management, marketing, quantitative methods or organization.
Minimum 2 years of experience serving as a Federal government and/or contractor employee in the GS-1102 series or equivalent capacity as a contract specialist/administrator or procurement analyst.
Must be Federal Acquisition Certification in Contracting (FAC-C) Contracting Level I certified (graduate level education may be substituted for years of experience or FAC-C Contracting Level I certification)
Knowledge of the federal acquisition process.
Knowledge of contracting principles, laws regulation and procedures.
Knowledge of methods and techniques of fact-finding, analysis, and resolution of complex problems, and the ability to develop concrete action plans to solve problems.
Familiarity with price and cost analysis principles.
Shall be able to read, write and speak English.
Shall be a U.S. Citizen
IGH offers a competitive benefits program which includes: Paid PTO days, 401K (4% company match), Life Insurance Policy, and comprehensive Health, Vision, Dental Plan and disability plans.
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