Contracts Administrator (CI Polygraph clearance required)

Logistics Management Institute Tysons Corner, VA

This position conducts contract negotiation and administration of routine contracts. Manages the administration of LMI's contracts, orders, change orders, modifications, necessary terminations and close-outs. In addition, incumbent will coordinate proposal preparation, provide associated general management, and advise LMI's staff regarding contractual issues.


* Maintains general administration of FFP, LH, T&M, and CPFF contracts and delivery orders, including administration of change orders, modifications, necessary terminations, invoices, and close-outs.

* Perform price, cost, and other financial analyses to evaluate pricing strategies, current contract performance, and financial reporting.

* Provides support to LMI's staff in proposal planning, preparation, and problem resolution.

* Analyzes RFPs and prepares price proposals, letters, and other documentation required for proper contract administration

* Coordinates staff to track contract schedule deadlines, progress, and cost status.

* Issues contract and financial program documents.

* Structures contractual terms to reflect company business strategy.

* Troubleshoots problems and resolves customer requests.

* Plans, organizes, and implements short-term and long-term projects; coordinates with necessary staff to verify project time-lines and schedules.

* Performs special projects at the request of the Senior Director, Finance and Contracts.

* Independently seeks out relevant information and screens for applicability to assigned projects.

* Reviews performance requirements ensuring contract is in accordance with legal requirements and customer specifications.

* Maintains proficiency in government contract law and regulations.

* Attends department, project, and team meetings.

* Maintains regular attendance.

* Travel may be required, possibly including weekends.


* BA/BS in business or a related field required

* Holding a current CI Polygraph clearance is required. A Full Scope is preferred.

* 5-7 years progressively responsible work experience administering contracts in the Federal marketplace.

* Strong knowledge of Federal Acquisition Regulation and other bodies of law affecting government contracts.

* Excellent command of English grammar with strong verbal and written communication skills required.

* Ability to compose, write, edit, and proofread a variety of internal and external business correspondence, contracts, proposals, and management reports essential.