Subcontract Manager
at Geologics Corporation

Date Posted: 4/15/2019

Job Description

SUBCONTRACT MANAGER
AURORA, CO OR RICHARDSON, TX
YOU MUST BE A U.S. CITIZEN AND POSSESS AN ACTIVE TS/SCI CLEARANCE
TO APPLY
THIS POSITION IS EXPECTED TO BE PERMANENT AFTER A 6 MONTH CONTRACT

We are seeking a Subcontract Manager to be responsible for the development and management of complex, multi-year development subcontracts requiring ongoing oversight and administration of specifications, statements of work and terms and conditions.

The Subcontract Manager documents, prepares, negotiates cost, price and terms and conditions, and executes major subcontracts; provides formal communication and contractual direction; and performs contract close-out.
 
The Subcontract Manager is an integral member of the Program team supporting and collaborating with Program Management, Engineering, Operations, Finance, Quality and Integrated Program Team (IPT) leads.
 
Duties and Responsibilities Include:
 
• Lead/manage source selection process: identify and qualify suppliers, prepare bid packages   that support program requirements, analyze and evaluate proposals, perform Price/Cost Analysis

• Prepare and execute negotiation strategies

• Determine the appropriate selection and issuance of fixed price, time and materials, labor hours and cost-type subcontracts and/or purchase orders

• Develop financial strategy in driving the cost model down to increase profitability

• Prepare required documentation to support release of all subcontracts and/or purchase orders

• Ensure subcontract compliance with Public Law, policies and procedures Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR/DFAR), ITAR and import/export requirements

• Manage subcontractors to meet all subcontract requirements including cost (avoidance/mitigation of cost overruns), schedule, technical and quality requirements

• Develop solutions in resolving supplier contractual issues that requires a high level of creativity

• Perform risk assessment, identify potential risks and impacts, and develop mitigation plans

• Work in collaboration with the IPT team to ensure program and supplier success

• Develop and maintain strong business relationships with the subcontractors

• Monitor and provide feedback to the IPT on critical supplier performance

• Manage administrative tasks including the management, coordination and support of award/incentive fee process, milestone payment, performance based payment, invoice review, and ongoing communication with the subcontractors and program teams 
       
• 8+ years of related experience in major complex subcontracts
 
• Experience in procurement with the government, aerospace, and/or defense industries
 
• Thorough knowledge and experience with Public Law (FAR/DFAR), ITAR and import/export
 
• Proven ability to develop and negotiate teaming agreements, master subcontract agreements, and blanket purchasing agreements
 
• Proven track record of building and maintaining solid relationships based on mutual respect with senior level internal and external customers, peers and team members
 
• Demonstrated ability to influence key decision-makers and to effectively negotiate with subcontractors

• Working knowledge of Earned Value Management System (EVMS) and Risk Management
 
• Ability to simultaneously manage multiple subcontracts and priorities
 
• Problem solving and critical thinking skills, ability to exercise independent judgment and manage complexity and ambiguity
 
• Exemplary written and oral communication skills, strong presentation skills, ability to listen well and communicate effectively with others
 
• Proven ability to collaborate across the organization and operate effectively within a matrix environment by resolving conflict and influencing others
 
• Proven track record that includes collaborating with Program Management and Engineering/Technical individuals regarding management of SOW requirements and subcontractor work outputs (including cost and schedule)
 
• Strong negotiation and interpersonal skills

• Demonstrated project management skills
 
• Current TS/SCI clearance
 
Educational Requirements
• Bachelor’s degree in Supply Chain, Engineering, Business or related field; MBA, JD or related degree preferred; Professional certification is a plus

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Maria Maxwell
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Job Snapshot

  • Employee Type: Full-Time
  • Location: Denver, CO
  • Job Type: Management
  • Experience: Not Specified
  • Date Posted: 4/15/2019

About Us

GeoLogics is a high-technology and technical services company with over 25 years of successful participation in development and experimental programs for aerospace and defense contractors, government agencies, and research laboratories. GeoLogics specializes in creating mission critical solutions and provides technical support in the areas of R&D, engineering, communications, software, and systems development.

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