Jacobs Contracts Specialist in Fort Eustis, Virginia
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The contractor shall possess at minimum ten years of experience performing warranted or non-warranted 1102 series contracting specialist duties, be totally functional in the operation of Department of Defense (DOD) contracting specialist tools, including proficiency in the PD2 Contract Writing System, and hold certifications comparable to a DOD non-supervisory Defense Acquisition Workforce Improvement Act (DAWIA) Level III or Federal Acquisition Certification in Contracting (FAC-C) Level III. The contractor shall possess a solid foundational understanding of both Federal and DOD (FAR & DFARS) contracting policy, rules, methods, and regulations as well as the ability to perform complex cost and pricing data analysis is required. Contractor shall be familiar with working with aviation, various program management offices, and various types of fluids, i.e., Operations and Maintenance, Procurement, and Research and Development. Additionally, the contractor shall be well-versed with various contract types such as Fixed Price, Cost Reimbursable, Time & Material, and Commercial contracts. Contractor shall be capable of assisting with strategic requirements review and consolidation, acquisition strategy development, request for proposal development, and other pre-award duties. Contractor shall have a solid understanding of acquisition procedures involving best value, price performance tradeoff (PFF), lowest price technically acceptable (LPTA), and general schedule (GSA) source selections.
Contractor shall have demonstrated experience and/or technical education in Microsoft Office. Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and Microsoft PowerPoint required. Personnel shall be capable of using the Procurement Desktop-Defense (PD2), DD250 Material and Receiving Reports, and the internet. Personnel shall exhibit good communication, briefing, and organizational skills.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
BA or BS degree in the appropriate discipline from an accredited college or university, plus fourteen (14) or more years of progressive and relevant experience in field, including demonstrated specialist skills or MS degree and twelve (12) years or more relevant experience of Ph.D. and eight (8) years or more relevant experience.
Candidate will undergo an assessment process that includes the following: psychological assessment that involves cognitive and personality testing, criminal, and ﬁnancial disclosure, and review of experience, skills, and qualiﬁcations, along with an interview panel
Secret clearance required.
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