This position is located in the Office of Administration, Division of Acquisition Management Division. The supervisor is Monique Williams.Learn more about this agency
This position is Bargaining Unit. This position requires no travel.
Travel expenses associated with interview and/or relocation expenses associated with job offer may be paid.
Selectee will be subject to Office of Government Ethics Confidential Financial Disclosure reporting requirements.
The successful candidate will perform the full range of Sr. Contract Specialist duties for the Acquisition Management Division. Some duties are negotiating and administering questions (including contracts and interagency agreements) terms and conditions for requirements that are complex, often unique and may involve a myriad of contract types. Acquisitions are typically negotiated, awarded, and administered for electronic and information technology services, equipment, and software; specialized research projects; technical assistance projects; administrative services; or management-oriented projects.
Providing acquisition-related advice, assistance and assessments on a routine basis to NRC program and administrative offices regarding the character and extent of procurement cycles appropriate to implement a variety of acquisitions. These assessments must frequently be made on an immediate basis for factoring into the program planning function. Participating with program office personnel in project planning to assure necessary procurement information regarding the impact on programs of procurement policies, standards, regulations, and interpretations.
Attending high-level policy meetings to develop major acquisition strategies and milestones. Acting as the primary consultant and resource person to high-level operating officials in the development and implementation of such strategies. Coordinating with program office personnel, preparing staff papers, memoranda and necessary backup material for proposed actions required to be presented to the Strategic Sourcing Group for review and approval. Awards for which incumbent bears primary responsibility for procurement planning, negotiation, and administration may involve obligations of $10,000,000 or more.
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