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Administrative Contracts Specialist
Ref No.: 16-00082
Location: San Antonio, Texas
Start Date: 07/26/2016
Administrative Contracts Specialist
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The Community - San Antonio, TX
San Antonio may have an incredibly rich history, but it's also a destination rife with exciting new developments and attractions. One major new draw is the redevelopment of the legendary Pearl Brewery into a hip and artsy Urban Village along a newly completed extension of the enchanting River Walk - this bustling, eco-friendly complex includes shops, restaurants, entertainment and residences. Farther north along the river, the very first public golf venue in Texas, Brackenridge Golf Course, completed a stunning $4.6 million refurbishment in 2009, and in arts news, the prestigious McNay Art Museum nearly doubled in size with the opening of a dramatic new wing done in modernist style. With swank, see-and-be-seen restaurants, shops, and nightspots opening around the city, San Antonio has plenty to offer both new and repeat visitors.
 
Summary
The Administrative Contracts Specialist is responsible for assisting mid- to high-level contracts professionals in working with internal and external customers on matters related to federal contracting, including: reviewing solicitations and assisting with the coordination, preparation, and production of proposals, modifications, and administrative changes to federal contracts.
 
Duties include but are not limited to
  • Preparing routine correspondence, negotiation memorandum, and contract documentation for contracts manager review and submission;
  • Preparing, organizing, and maintaining contract records and files documenting contract performance and compliance;
  • Developing product listings using spreadsheets and routine calculations;
  • Entering data into the company's internal software applications, including timecard entries, project status reports, and other contracts related information;
  • Researching internet-based databases to support contract actions and assessments;
  • Researching contract requirements, special provisions, terms and conditions to help the contracts manager ensure compliance with appropriate laws, regulations, and corporate policies and procedure;
  • Performing research to support GSA Managers conducting contract audits and or facilitate business unit contracting trends;
  • Answering incoming telephone calls, determining purpose of callers, and forwarding calls to appropriate personnel or department;
  • Performing other clerical duties as needed, such as data entry, filing, photocopying, and collating.
Qualifications
  • Associates Degree and 2 years work experience; or 4 years relevant work experience
  • Moderate to Advanced MS Office Skills (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook) Advanced Excel skills preferred
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills
  • Highly detail-oriented and motivated
  • Strong work ethic, client relations skills, and teamwork skills
  • Must be authorized to work in the US without sponsorship and be able to receive a positive verification through the Government's e-Verify system
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