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Trust Consulting Services Inc.

Junior Contract Closeout Specialist



Job Description
We are looking for a Junior Contract Closeout who will be responsible for closing a backlog of various contracts and/or agreements. As a junior contract closeout specialist, you will work under close supervision to analyze and process simple contracts and orders for closeout. You will collect and prepare all documentation and perform all non-inherently governmental functions necessary for closeout, up to the point that a Contracting Officer’s warrant is required for signature or further action. You will provide tracking metrics on all assigned actions as required throughout contract performance. You may also be responsible for guiding or assisting other team members, in addition to being a general contributor to overall process improvement.

Job Requirements:

• B.S. / B.A. Degree preferred.
• At least 2 years of federal acquisition experience is required.
• Knowledge of the Federal acquisition process and applicable laws and regulations. (e.g. the Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR))
• Request Information System (PRISM) is a must!

Salary: $65,000 - $70,000 a year

Duration:

One (1) Base, and Four (4) Option Years







About Trust Consulting Services Inc.
Trust Consulting Services, Inc. (Trust) is a professional services firm with core capabilities in acquisition management, program management, financial management and IT systems and networking.

Trust is a certified 8(a), HUBZone, and SDVOSB business.

We have offices in DC, Arizona, Illinois, Michigan, Georgia, and Kansas.


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