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    Tour of Duty: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
    Position Description Title/PD#: Contract Specialist/PD#22041-A
    Compressed/Flexible Schedules: May be Authorized
    Telework: May be Authorized
    Virtual Position: No

    This recruitment is for one position with the SAOW, NCO22-G located at 4135 S. Power Road, Ste. 103, Mesa, AZ 85212; 777 E. Missouri Avenue, Ste. 300, Phoenix, AZ 85014; 3601 S. 6th Ave, Bldg. #45, Tucson, AZ 85723. Indicate which duty location (s) you are interested in on your application.

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    Contract Specialist/PD# 22041_A

    Assists the Acquisition Team Supervisors in coordinating contracting activities, performs contract reviews and provides guidance regarding complex contracts administered by other contract specialists, identifies special training needs, and conducts mentoring and contract training. Performs advanced contract level work less than, equal to, and greater than $10M. Assists the requiring activities by serving as a member of acquisition planning teams. Ensures that specifications and statements of work are prepared in a manner which adequately describes the Government's requirements without restricting competition. Advises technical personnel as to inadequate, ambiguous or vague specifications to avoid Government liability. Performs a complete review of recommended sole-source requirements and conducts necessary market analyses to test the noncompetitive assumptions of requisitions. Prepares required findings and sufficiently documents determinations in this regard. Solely responsible for selecting the appropriate method of procurement i.e. simplified acquisition procedures, sealed-bidding, negotiations. Conducts negotiations for competitive and noncompetitive procurements. Conducts cost/price analysis of offerors' proposals, reviews auditors' reports for adequacy of analysis and conclusions, and considers all information in developing an overall pricing negotiation strategy. Prepares detailed price negotiation memoranda, outlining in writing the details of negotiations with contractors in competitive and noncompetitive negotiations. Serves as contract administrator on awarded contracts. Conducts post-award conferences with Contractor and Government personnel to provide information and to clarify standard and special contractual provisions of the contract. Negotiates required changes to contract conditions to protect the agency. Performs cost/price analysis on change order proposals and analysis of delivery requirements. Negotiates prices and/or additional time required for performance and consideration on behalf of the Government. Must meet all eligibility requirements to receive and maintain a Level II FAC-C certification. When requested by supervisor, incumbent must apply for up to a Level II Contracting Officer Warrant, accept contracting officer warrant, and provide the signatory authority for contracts within their warrant authority.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel 1-5 days/nights for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    1102 Contracting

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