• Mid Contracts Specialist

    Job Locations US-CA-San Diego
    Job ID 2018-1050
    Contracts Administration (Client Support)
  • Overview

    We are seeking a Mid Contracts Specialist to provide cradle-to-grave contract management support - from pre-award to post-award efforts in San Diego, CA! This position supports the Multi-functional Information Distribution System (MIDS) program office. The contractor will provide expertise to ensure adequacy and compliance with all relevant DoD acquisition policies, the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) for complex production and engineering services activities.


    • Generate all correspondence on behalf of the COR, A-COR and PCO – to include:
      • Conditional Acceptance requirements,
      • Shipping instructions for all hardware deliverables,
      • Government responses to all Contract Data Requirements List (CDRL) submittals,
      • Technical Direction letters,
      • Authorizations to proceed, and
      • Government responses to general inquiries from industry and/or other Government agencies
      • Create and maintain various project control tools and tracking templates for increased visibility across platforms, development efforts, and production capacity to better understand vendor cost, schedule and performance.
      • Perform day to day contract management duties for 30+ standalone delivery orders issued against a five-year MAC ID/IQ base contract.
      • Utilize customized online database/repository to compile all contract requirements, upload related documents, initiate routing workflows, and review industry deliverables.
      • Prepare various status reports for the COR and A-COR on a weekly and monthly basis, in several formats and layouts.
      • Coordinate with Logistics and to accurately identify platform needs and ship-to locations for all production hardware upon DCMA acceptance and DD250.
      • Collect engineering assessments and consolidate all input for technical evaluation of industry proposals – to include: basis of estimate, work share, material, ODC, travel, and proposal assumptions.
      • Participate in Government fact finding sessions with industry partners to determine proposal adequacy, compliance to requirements, and cost reasonableness.


    • Familiar with FAR and DFAR requirements, as well as multiple contract types and financing structures.
    • Knowledge of the statutes and regulations that govern the creation, allocation, and preservation of intellectual property rights under federal government contracts.
    • Professional interaction with Government clients.
    • Excellent knowledge of MS Office.
    • Mission/task oriented.
    • High degree of attention to detail, accuracy, imitative and trustworthiness.
    • Ability to work independently with limited/no supervision.
    • Excellent task and time management.
    • Excellent communication skills.
    • Excellent organizing abilities.
    • Team oriented and works well with others.


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