Subcontract Management Associate Manager / Orlando, FL

Subcontract/ Purchase Order placement and administration on the AGMS program. Additionally, responsible for managing the Program Material Representatives on program and for Leading the GSC Affordability efforts. Holds procurement delegation and signs supplier agreements and purchase orders within established authority. Responsible for the management of supplier cost, schedule and technical performance on moderate-to-high-risk, performance specification and complex build-to-print subcontracts for DOD and international programs. Duties include Preparation of bid packages, analyzes and evaluates proposals, selects or recommends subcontractors, performs price analysis, use of cost evaluations for development of pre-negotiation strategies, leads negotiations, subcontract/PO documentation, Invoice reconciliation and payment, negotiates and coordinates additions, deletions, or modifications to subcontracts, interface with government clients, technical personnel and other functional organizations. Leads multifunctional subcontract management teams (SMT/IPT). Leads team to develop solutions to complex problems which require the regular use of innovation and follow through. Work with program management and other areas of the business for timely conclusion of contract matters and resolution of issues. Work is performed without appreciable direction. Effects of decisions are long lasting and heavily influence future course of organization.

Basic Qualifications
Experience with the procurement of specialized materials, complex assemblies, and equipment within Defense industry.
Demonstrated experience leading Affordability efforts on major DoD production program.
Demonstrated ability to lead a team.
Experience managing complex major subcontracts.
Thorough knowledge of acquisition policies and procedures such as LMAP and MAPS, with associated knowledge of FAR/DFAR requirements
Strong demonstrated negotiation skills
Working knowledge of standard contract types
Proficient computer skills including Word, Excel and PowerPoint, and specialized application software associated with the Procurement function (such as P2P)
Detail and Teamwork oriented with demonstrated organizational skills; Strong interpersonal skills
Demonstrated communication skills (verbal, written, and presentation)
Demonstrate problem solving skills
Business acumen and ability to make business based decisions
Self motivated, demonstrated sense of urgency, ownership of tasks and accountable
Work independently and in a team environment
Work with all levels of management
Able to travel
Must be able to obtain Secret Clearance

Desired skills
Working knowledge of Earned Value Management System (EVMS);
Demonstrated experience leading cross-functional Supplier Management Teams;
Control Account Management (CAM) experience;
Leadership skills displaying attributes of Full Spectrum Leadership; experience with LM P2P;
Green Belt Certified

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Job Location(s): Orlando Florida


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