Subcontract Analyst III/IV
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We are committed to a diverse and equitable workforce with an inclusive culture that values and celebrates the diversity of our people, talents, ideas, experiences, and perspectives. This is essential to innovation and creativity for continued success of the Laboratory's mission.
We have openings for Subcontract Analysts III/IV who will solicit, negotiate, award and administer various types of subcontracts for construction/architectural and engineering, Decontamination and Demolition (D&D), equipment, materials, supplies, fabrications and services. You will, in accordance with applicable regulations, negotiate and administer various moderate to high value dollar, fixed price, cost reimbursable, unique and/or unusual complex subcontracts. These positions are in the Supply Chain Management Department.
This position will be filled at either the F04.3 or F04.4 level based on knowledge and related experience as assessed by the hiring team. Additional job responsibilities (outlined below) will be assigned if hired at the higher level.
In this roleyou will
Apply and interpret established procurement policies, procedures and processes, including those that are complex and may require in-depth analysis and interpretation; ensure compliance with internal and external business standards, and DOE/NNSA requirements.
Assist organizations in all activities related to the placement of complex subcontracts, including developing statements-of-work, identifying sources and participating in overall acquisition planning.
Review requisitions for completeness, ensure appropriate subcontract form, identify prospective bidders, participate in vendor surveys, prepare and issue solicitations, host site visits and issue addendum's.
Evaluate quotations and proposals, determine final vendor selection, negotiate applicable terms and conditions, negotiate price and delivery terms or project schedule, award subcontracts within signature authority or prepare subcontract for signature by appropriate signature level.
Administer multi-faceted and moderate to high dollar value subcontracts from award through close-out, including participating on project teams, the development and maintenance of file documentation, vendor performance, issuance of change orders, negotiation of subcontract modifications, review and approval of invoices for payment, and review of documentation for subcontract close-out.
Analyze and interpret data with multiple factors and criteria; independently selects methods and techniques to develop practical solutions to solve complex and diverse problems.
Prepare reports and responses to audit or reviews, develop and write complex and technical best value source selection correspondence, and provides recommendations.
Serve as a knowledge leader and technical resource and interface between subcontractors and Laboratory personnel, collaborate with and lead procurement personnel and projects, interacts with internal customers, managers, team members and external vendors.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Additional job responsibilities, at the F04.4 level
Evaluate and administer highly complex, sensitive and unique subcontract proposals from award through close-out, including frequent negotiation of multi-faceted, high-dollar value, unique and/ or specialized requirements.
Serve as a senior-level technical resource and Interpret highly complex technical specifications, drawings, and processes at a level required to effectively participate in discussions of technical requirements with vendors, managers and programmatic scientists and engineers.
Manage complex projects, function as a project leader and/or serve as a supervisor or mentor to other subcontract analysts in the performance of assigned duties and responsibilities.
Bachelor's degree in Business Administration or related field, or equivalent combination of education and related experience.
Significant experience negotiating and administering subcontracts with unusual and/or complex terms and conditions.
Significant experience applying cost and price analysis techniques to determine best value for an organization
Working and practical knowledge of theories, practices, procurement techniques and methods such as DOE Acquisition Regulations (DEAR)s and/or Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR)s, cost accounting standards, business law, government regulations, commercial business practices and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
Experience developing and writing a variety of contract types, including fixed price and cost reimbursable contracts.
Ability to analyze and solve complex problems that are diverse and multi-faceted, including sound decision-making skills with ability to be innovative, assess complex situations, recommend appropriate actions and implement solutions.
Proven leadership skills and/or project management experience.
Advanced verbal and written communication and strong interpersonal skills necessary to interact effectively within a diverse team environment, program managers, clients, customers and external vendors and in providing a high level of customer service
Effective organizational skills and ability to work in a faced-paced environment while simultaneously handling a diverse and varied workload, including ability to work independently toward goals and objectives.
Additional qualifications at the F04.4 level
Extensive experience drafting, negotiating, awarding and administering high dollar value, highly unusual and complex subcontracts, including advanced knowledge of government and commercial subcontracts using best value techniques and determining reasonableness of cost and price.
Extensive leadership and/or project management experience with the ability to supervise, lead and/or mentor subcontract analysts and provide assistance to other subcontract analysts.
Experience interpreting complex technical specifications, drawings and processes in order to effectively engage with a diverse range of staff including vendors, managers and programmatic scientists and engineers.
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