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Posted: 11/3/2018
Job Status: Contract/Temporary
Job Reference #: 180003VM
Categories: Legal
Keywords: legal

Job Description

Overseas Entitlements:
DODEA Schools
Commissary Privilege
Base Housing, if available

Overseas (OCONUS) Allowances:
Italy (Naples)
Salary               Minimum       Midpoint         Maximum
Per annum       $58,053.00    $73,859.00    $89,665.00

Post Allowance (PA):
Without Family $6,200.00      $7,250.00      $8,125.00
Family of Four  $8,150.00      $9,500.00    $10,650.00

Living Quarters Allowance (LQA):
Without Family   $45,400.00
With Family        $48,000.00

LQA and Post Allowance rates are subject to change, as determined by the Department of State Standardized Regulations (DSSR).



Job Summary: Performs all functions related to major system wide and regional procurements, including review, oversight and initiation of procurements. Serves as Contracting Officer within designated signature authority up to $1,000,000.

Duties and Responsibilities:
- Supervisory Contracting Officer and senior member of the Contracting function within the District.  Performs all supervisory functions including performance management, training, succession planning, workforce planning, recruitment/hiring, and orientation.
- Serves as the principle advisor to the supported Exchanges and District Manager on all acquisitions and contracting matters.
- Manages and oversees the contracting operations and workload of the District.
- Trains subordinate personnel to ensure accurate contract actions are performed efficiently and effectively.
- Reports directly to the District Vice President, and maintains an ADDU relationship to the Vice President, Corporate Contracts.  Receives technical direction from Vice President, Corporate Contracts.
- Responsible for all procurement actions for Pre-Award, Award and Post-Award from cradle to grave, including but not limited to: Procurement planning; Source Selection; Large Contracts; Contracting by Negotiation; Cost and Price Analysis; Contract Administration; Terminations and Claims; Simplified Acquisition and Micro Purchase.
- Conducts special studies; develops and implements prototype solicitation packages for unique supplies and services requiring innovative, specialized and nonstandard acquisition action.
- Develops, formulates and implements plans, policies, procedures and standards applicable to regional  buying/acquisition functions.
- Keeps abreast of legal and regulatory changes and provides guidance on implementation and utilization of NEXCOM procurement policy and procedures to headquarters procurement personnel, technical management, District (DMs) and General Managers (GMs).
- Presents NEXCOM's position to Contract Review Board and senior procurement personnel regarding solicitation
requirements, proposal analysis, detailed cost and price analysis for determination of fair and reasonable pricing; prepares breakdown and evaluation of merits of offers and makes recommendations for award.
- May review and prepare comments on procurement policy directives and procedures proposed by OFPP, DOD, DON and NAVSUP.
- Writes, interprets and implements procurement policy for new regulatory guides, changes or revisions to methods of
operations for the Command.
- Prepares correspondence to suppliers, vendors, industry associations, legal representatives, Members of Congress and other governmental agencies and responds to inquiries, protests, disputes, and proposed actions from other concerned NEXCOM elements, higher authority and legal counsel.

- Participates in Command Inspections, PPMAPs, special studies and projects to improve methods and techniques for more efficient, cost effective buying. Reviews data obtained and prepares report of findings and makes appropriate recommendations.

- Performs other related duties as assigned. The incumbent of this position must file a Financial Disclosure Report (OGE) Form 450, as required


A 4-year Baccalaureate degree, in any field.


At least 24 semester hours in business disciplines including, accounting, law, business, finance, contracts, purchasing, economics, industrial management, marketing, quantitative methods, or organization and management.


Current associates in 1102 series positions on January 1, 2000, will be considered to have met the general requirements for this position.


Specialized Experience: Three years of progressive contracting experience (government or private sector) which provided the candidate to demonstrate the ability to execute a majority of the following: negotiate and award technical or complex purchase requirements; prepare and issue request for proposals; conduct negotiations with offertory; independently prepare appropriate correspondence; knowledge of competitive range determinations; independently evaluate proposals and prepare contract action/contract review board memorandums; present case to award large purchases to contract review board; debrief unsuccessful offertory and/or independently prepare appropriate documentation to provide debriefing information to unsuccessful offerors.