Assist Procurement in performance of cradle to grave contract management and administration on all assigned contracts.
Coordinate planning of entire procurement process with Procurement, Engineering and Project Management from receipt of request for procurement through the cycle of solicitation, negotiation, contract award, administration and close-out.
Provide support for Procurement in the award process for assigned contracts including: preparing and/or coordinating all documentation and correspondence from publicizing procurements through award of contract; opening bids or receiving proposals; evaluation; determination of responsiveness and responsibility; resolution of bid protests and mistakes in bid; determination of price reasonableness; and preparation of award action documentation for Board of Directors approval.
Prepare negotiated proposals and formal advertising type solicitations, to include proper utilization of contract terms and conditions, for materials, equipment, supply and service, professional and technical service, construction, and A/E contracts for Procurement.
Perform other procurement related duties as assigned by the Project Manager and/or Task Manager.
The Contract Administrators shall have:
A Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Engineering or a related field from an accredited college or university
At least five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in procurement and contracting of equipment, supply and service contracts and/or construction services
Successful completion of some post-secondary school courses in Business Administration, Engineering or a related field and
At least seven (7) years of progressively responsible experience in procurement and contracting of equipment, supply and service contracts and/or construction services.
Certification from an accredited procurement program such as the National Contract Management Association (NCMA) Certified Associate Contracts Manager (CACM) program or NCMA’s Certified Professional Contracts Manager (CPCM) program or an appropriate certificate from a program sponsored by the National Institute of Government Purchasing (NIGP) or a certification from another such program(s) is preferred.
The Contract Administrator shall:
Be familiar with the principles and practices of contract preparation and administration for formally advertised bids and competitively negotiated proposals
Be familiar with public sector procurement rules and regulations, legal principles, and case law applicable to the preparation and administration of contracts
Have a working knowledge of market conditions, standard business practices, cost / price analysis, and the laws, ordinances and regulations governing client procurements
Be proficient in miscellaneous computer applications (e.g., word processing, spreadsheets, and databases) including Microsoft Office (all suites).
Familiarity with client’s project management software system (PROCORE) and contract lifecycle management system (CLM) is desired but not required.
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