Contract Specialist - Civilian Division
As a trusted advisor to our federal government clients and industry partners, E3 leverages its exceptional ability to tailor use of proven management techniques to meet the needs of specific client environments. E3’s approach has a proven track record for successfully organizing large acquisition offices, providing security operations with data-driven analysis and program support, and managing national large scale facilities and construction operations.
Yes; Public Trust (U.S. Federal)
To Be Negotiated
Physical Work Location:
U.S. General Services Administration Headquarters Building, 1800 F Street, NW, Washington, DC 20405
We are seeking a junior contracts specialist to support the U.S. General Services Administration’s GSA IT-70 acquisitions. The successful candidate will have experience with pre- and post-award management, administrative acquisition support, supporting FOIA requests, and juggling multiple requests for information and competing priorities and requirements.
Why is this role important?
The individual in this position will assist the U.S. General Services Administration shorten procurement cycles, ensure compliance, and get the best value for over 7.5 million innovative IT products, services, and olutions from over 4,600 pre-vetted vendors.
Once hired, you will:
Functions in a junior contract specialist capacity.
Provides general contract administration and contracting support.
Responsible for gathering and consolidating data from multiple sources including tracking, creating/maintaining spreadsheets, supporting FOIAs and Congressionals.
General cradle to grave contract administration
Support functions may include acquisition planning, offer/proposal analysis, solicitation preparation, clarifications, market research/analysis, selection and administration of terms and conditions, preparation of memorandums (e.g. pre-neg and postneg), negotiation and preparation of contract modifications, cost/price analysis, evaluation of performance, contract termination, and contract close-out.
What do we offer?
Besides providing competitive compensation, E3 offers an “Integrated Talent Management Program” that includes the full range of professional development, including annual performance assessments, individual development plans, and one-on-one interaction with management, as well as a comprehensive benefits package that provides our employees health and wellness options, leave programs, professional career growth opportunities, and much more.
E3 employees enjoy a comprehensive benefits package including:
Medical, dental, and vision coverage
Retirement savings – 401(k) and Roth matching plans
Employee assistance program
Commuter travel assistance program
Flexible spending account options
Paid time off
Professional development program
40 hours provided for required training and community service support
Minimum Education Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree
Minimum Experience: 2 years
Equivalency/Substitution: Bachelors can be substituted with Associate degree with 2 years of relevant experience
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Equal Opportunity Employment Disclosure
This company is an equal opportunity employer; applicants are considered for all roles without regard to race, color, religious creed, sex, national origin, citizenship status, age, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, marital, parental, veteran or military status, unfavorable military discharge, or any other status protected by applicable federal, state or local law.