Contracts Settlements Analyst - Full Performance
Mission Services | McLean, VA | Full Time
Contracts Settlements Analyst (Multiple Levels)
Hours: Full time (day)
Clearance: Top Secret/SCI/Polygraph
Location: Multiple Locations
- Minimum five (5) years previous successful experience as a Government Contracting Officer
- Previous successful experience as an Industry Contract Manager
- Minimum Bachelor’s degree in contracts, business administration, or contract law field.
- Professional certification (e.g., Certified Professional Contracts Manager “CPCM,” Certified Federal Contracts Manager “CFCM,” or the Industry certification offered by National Contracts Management Association ”NCMA”)
The Contracts Settlements Analyst– Full Performance category performs the most complex contract settlement activities. Contracts Settlements Analyst positions are located across the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and a multi-agency communications program. At this level, analysts are responsible for various cost-reimbursement contracts, as well as a limited number of fixed price contracts. Based on assignment, duties involve performing the most complex contract settlement duties, subject final review of Agency Contracting Officer.
- Review contract files to ensure all appropriate documentation has been provided. When documentation is missing, engage with appropriate offices (e.g., customer/COTR, industry) to ensure prompt submission of accurate & complete documentation.
- Complete all necessary settlement activities for the timely settlement/closeout of firm fixed price type contracts (both Industrial and Independent Contractor) as identified in applicable OPE acquisition guidance.
- Complete all necessary pre-settlement activities for the timely transfer of cost-reimbursement type contracts to the Contract Settlements Team, as identified in applicable OPE guidance (CCM Part 104.870).
- Performs other duties as assigned.
- Extensive knowledge of and successful experience with relevant Acquisition Regulations (e.g., FAR, Agency-specific regulations)
- Extensive knowledge of and successful experience with relevant Acquisition Processes (e.g., best value source selection, cost-reimbursement contracting, cost/price analysis, contract audit, contract settlements)
- Extensive knowledge of and successful experience in negotiation techniques and skills
- Strong interpersonal skills to develop & sustain positive working internal and external relationships
- Strong oral & written communication skills with a wide range of audiences (technical, non-technical, customers, Industry).
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