***DAWIA or FAC-C Level II or III Certification Required***
We are looking for a Procurement Analyst with extensive knowledge of, and experience with, all contract types to include those considered “high-risk” (e.g., competitive Cost-Reimbursement, Time and Materials, LH). The Procurement Analyst shall have had experience with drafting procurement documents tailored to unique procurement actions. This individual must have exceptional communication (verbal and writing) and analytical skills. Must be able to use sound judgement when making pre-procurement decisions and be able to reference applicable procurement rules and regulations in supporting those decisions. May be required to process task orders, delivery orders, and modifications. In addition to contract actions, individual may be required to process inter-intra-agency agreements and cooperative agreements or grants. Must have an established record of working well with others and proactively seeking solutions to problems.
The duties of the Procurement Analyst include:
• Reviewing procurement requests to ensure full understanding of the program office’s requirements;
• Working with the Program Office personnel in developing sound acquisition plans;
• Preparing, for submission all required associated documents for each procurement including all forms. This may involve the analysis, re-statement and writing of descriptions, justifications, and other required documents.
• Assisting with the preparation of Pre-award cost estimates;
• Assisting the Program Office Personnel in developing sound technical and cost evaluation plans;
• Conducting and documenting review of cost proposals with program staff;
• Providing advice to program office personnel on how to conduct and document technical and cost evaluation of proposals;
• Reviewing technical evaluation reports. Based upon results of cost and technical proposal reviews, recommending to the Contract Specialist how to proceed with the contract action;
• Performing all pre-award duties;
• Work closely with government staff to ensure actions are processed in PRISM in a timely manner;
• Ensure compliance with all administrative, safety, and security requirements established by the U.S. Department of Transportation (e.g., the Transportation Acquisition Regulation, Transportation Acquisition Manual, other DOT orders, regulations and procedures) and the federal government (e.g., FAR, various OMB and CFR Circulars and regulations applying to assistance agreements).
• Ensure professional demeanor at all times.
One (1) Base, and Four (4) Option Years
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.