GDIT 's military health team is HIRING a Service Contract Coordinator/Acquisition Specialist to support the 59th Medical Wing (MDW), located at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas.
The 59th Medical Wing Science and Technology (ST) office advises and conducts clinical and translational research on matters pertaining to the medical aspects of the Air Expeditionary Force and the health of Air Force (AF) personnel and beneficiaries. In order to support the required research, ST offices conduct translational research in the areas of emergency medical care, combat casualty care, force health protection, restorative medicine, clinical and rehabilitative medicine and specialty centers.
Prepares and processes acquisitions for medical, professional, and personal and non-personal services contracts.
Prepares, evaluates and reviews customer requirements and coordinates with technical and functional personnel regarding acquisition requests. Advises customer of time frame for compliance or completion of documentation required for contract.
Translates users’ desires into government contractual language through interactive process of interviewing, drafting and revising performance work statements, justification and other documents required for procurement action. Incorporates standard clauses required by the medical wing and the contracting office.
Reviews and validates that documents are clearly stated and complete; terminology and conditions are understandable by the supplier of services and equipment, and the performance criteria are clearly defined.
Insures documentations consistent with law, policy, and regulation.
Identifies potential problems and suggests contract changes. Assists in writing contract modifications.
Prepares cost estimates for additions to or deletions from contract or for use in solicitations.
Assist government officials with market research and investigates vendor capability and recommends likely sources for procurement actions.
Updates databases to identify contract requirements and track funding and the performance of the contractor through the life of the contract.
Coordinates with approving officials and budget personnel to ensure funding is available and appropriate funding documents are used (Military Interdepartmental Purchase Request (MIPR) or Form 9).
Forwards acquisitions to the appropriate contract agencies for award. Prepares, forwards and track the MIPR and AF Forms 9 for modifications and/or new requirements.
Processes transactions through automated computer system and Contract Services Access Program.
Maintain an audit trail of all actions in accordance with government policy.
Develops, maintains and monitors procurement files and supporting documentation. Examines documents for completeness and accuracy. Reconstructs new contract folders for the new fiscal year and stages previous year files.
Receives, reviews and investigates billing statements and other documents for errors in calculations, services provided and/or billing discrepancies on open and closed contracts. Reconciles non-mathematical discrepancies with the vendor by correcting errors on billing documents.
Provides training to all customers on contract specific procedures, forms, time sheets and reports as required. Briefs customers on competency files and routing of contract specific requirement to appropriate departments to ensure all facility requirements are met per contract. Coordinates and conducts quarterly inspections on contract files and competency files.
All information systems shall have minimum requirements for access consistent with published DoD policies and procedures (DoD Instruction 8500.2). Non Critical–Sensitive requiring an IT Level II designation for all users. (ANACI Secret clearance).
Minimum Qualification and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in Business or any business related field; Master’s degree preferred.
A minimum of 5 years of experience in project/program management.
A minimum of 5 years of government contracting experience (i.e.: solicitation preparation, proposal evaluations, contract negotiations, purchasing and procurement of DoD supplies and services, contract terminations, etc.).
Minimum DAWIA Level I Certification in Contracting; Level II Contracting certification preferred.
Preferred 5 years of experience with FAR, DFAR, AFFAR, DoD 5000, UCC, and other DoD principles, policies, legal requirements, and practices of systems acquisition and program management.
The Government will consider other acquisition/program management experience.
Knowledge of the activities and purpose of functional support personnel and ability to coordinate such aspects of systems acquisition as engineering, contracting, program control, configuration, test, manufacturing, and integrated logistics support to effectively implement program management and direction.
Knowledge of the missions, roles, functions, organizational structures, and operation of the DoD, AF, and user commands that govern, interface with, and/or influence the systems acquisition process and integrated life-cycle management.
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