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Sr Contract Specialist - DFM

WashingtonFederal Reserve Board of Governors

The Senior Contract Specialist is responsible for handling non-standardized and varied procurements including construction contracts. The Senior Contract Specialist handles the more complex procurement requirements and provides technical guidance and leadership to section staff. Works independently under the delegated authority of the Supervisory Contracts Analyst. In the absence of the Supervisory Contracts Analyst, may be delegated the responsibility for their own projects and reports directly to the Manager.
Requires a Bachelor's degree, preferably in business, management, economics, mathematics, English, or government, or equivalent experience. Four years progressively responsible work experience handling the procurement process from solicitation through contract closeout is required. Excellent knowledge of contracting and procurement regulations, contracting laws, practices, principles, policies, and standards. Requires experience with government and commercial statutes and regulations, contracting principles and best practices, and solicitations. Must be able to compose, read, comprehend and interpret written materials of moderate to complex difficulty on procurement related issues. Excellent analytical ability, oral and written communication skills, and strong organizational capabilities required. A demonstrated commitment to a strong customer service philosophy is needed.

Incumbent at the FR-26 grade level is a Contract Management Analyst, and must have a minimum of five years of progressively responsible work experience. Must have extensive experience in all pre-award and post award contracting procedures, selection decisions, negotiations, contract management, and administration. Incumbent will work primarily on a major construction project, so experience administering complex construction contracts and dealing with contract claims, requests for information, negotiation planning, performance monitoring, and other construction and facilities related administration items desirable. Specific training with government construction contracting and federal contracting is preferred. Must be able to multitask and juggle competing priorities. A writing task is required.

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