Defense Contract Administrator
Defense Contract Administrator
An advanced technology manufacturing company is seeking a motivated individual with contract negotiation experience to join their growing team as a Defense Contract Administrator. This is a full-time, direct-hire role with fantastic benefits at one of the premier employers in the Seacoast area!
Responsibilities of the Defense Contract Administrator
- Review and assist with cross-functional responses for customer terms and conditions for the transactional contracts (domestic commercial and Government including: FP, BOA, Task Orders, & IDIQ), tenders, non-disclosure agreements, customer surveys, and flow-down provisions for subcontracts
- Assist with the negotiation of terms and conditions, master supply agreements, and other various customer contracts
- Prepare, review, and negotiate customer and company non-disclosure agreements
- Support execution and management of all third-party sales channel agreements and consultant agreements in accordance with company requirements
- Ensure revenue recognition criteria and credit concerns are appropriately considered for deal valuation and contract structure
- Research and resolve contract-related issues including collections and closeouts
- Assist sales and project management staff in the development of a negotiation strategy, and advise production, quality, and planning to fulfill contract obligations
- Draft contract revisions, certs and reps., letters of correspondence, and modifications to agreements, and assist with contract close-out efforts
- Provide support for the contract approval process to ensure that all contracts are approved and executed per company policy
- Manage contract record-keeping, tracking, and archiving, and enter documents in the company ERP system
- Perform related duties as assigned
Qualifications of the Defense Contract Administrator
- Bachelor’s degree in a related field of study is required
- A minimum of 3 years’ related experience, preferably in a Government or Government contractor manufacturing or work environment and/or equivalent demonstrating the ability to negotiate sales transactions addressing both legal and business concerns
- Excellent communication skills and interpersonal skills to deal effectively with internal/external customer relations
- Ability to work well independently and as part of a team
- Excellent organizational skills, problem-solving skills, and ability to work well under stress
- Accuracy and attention to detail applying a solid understanding of core contract terminology balancing deal closure with the contractual risks
- Computer proficiency including MS Office Suite and web-based research; experience with document management systems and an IFS software-based ERP system is a plus
If you have the necessary qualifications and would like to be an integral part of this company’s continued success, apply now for this Defense Contract Administrator position in a friendly, fast-paced environment!
Veterans and military spouses are encouraged to apply.
About Leddy Group
We are a privately owned, regional staffing company serving northern New England since 1994. We put the right people in the right places through our specialties: Accounting & Finance, Administrative & Customer Service, Engineering, HR, Industrial and Skilled Manufacturing. We combine a consistency of values and traits with a singular standard for quality and best practices. Our goal is to exceed your expectations; our success is tied directly to your satisfaction.