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MSA Proposal Lead
Provide proposal lead experience, knowledge, and analytical support to assist MSA senior management in making sound business decisions on proposal preparation and review, and contract support. The MSA Proposal Lead may work independently or in a team environment.
DESCRIPTION OF WORK – SPECIFIC
Provide proposal and contract experience in the areas of:
Management of proposal preparation and estimates following MSA processes and procedures, including scheduling and directing pre-planning,
Provides support to MSA for the preparation of contract change proposals (including Truthful Cost or Pricing Data Sweeps),
Provides rough order of magnitude (ROM) cost estimates, and other situations as required,
Conducts proposal kickoff, reviews, and status meetings,
Manages preparation, production, and submittal of proposals and estimates,
Provides as-needed support during proposal fact-finding and negotiation efforts,
Prepares or collaborates in the preparation of requests for equitable adjustments (REAs)
Interacts with MSA Senior Management, Contracts, Finance, Performance Reporting and Reliability Projects, Program Controls personnel, Subject Matter Experts and technical personnel from MSA functional organizations, and DOE-RL personnel.
Special Projects as requested by MSA Management.
This position supports Contract Proposals and Request for Equitable Adjustments (REAs).
BS/BA in Business Administration, Finance, Accounting or Project Management.
Minimum six (6) years of experience working in government contracts, contract proposal preparation, project controls, financial, accounting, or pricing practices and standards.
Intermediate knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.
Knowledge of the Hanford Site.
Federal Acquisition Regulation knowledge,
Knowledge of MSA policies and procedures.
Experience with the software programs: HANDI, and Project Management Reporting System (PMRS).
A successful candidate must have the following:
Ability to communicate with all levels within the organization;
Manage high work volumes and establish priorities;
Possess high-level analytical skills;
Flexible to constant changing requirements;
Ability to work independently or in a team environment; and
Excellent presentation skills.
Work Location / Potential Access Requirements
1981 Snyder, & 2490 Garlick, Richland, Washington
Site Access and Work Hours
Hanford personnel at the Hanford Site work a standard 4/10 schedule. The standard work week consist of ten (10) hours of work between 6:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. with one- half hour designated as an unpaid period for lunch, Monday through Thursday.
Work performed outside normal operating hours shall be coordinated and/or approved through the BTTR and/or the contact Specialist prior to performing the work.