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Contract Administrator- Deadline 6/2/20
Estimated duration- 1 Year
Describe the work environment for this assignment: The work environment is office setting
on a construction site.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Experience as contract administrator or related contract management duties
Experience in power plant budgeting process or other publicly held company
Experience with Maximo, Oracle, and PowerPlant software
Capital and Operations & Maintenance (O&M) knowledge
Computer literacy to operate comfortably among MS Word, Excel, Sofia, Maximo, Oracle, and
Well organized and capable of handling multiple priorities simultaneously
Strong communication and presentation skills
Proactive in problem identification and resolution
Does this assignment have any physical requirements? The work environment is an office setting;
however, the employee will be required to walk thru the construction site to get to their office.
Is this position supporting a Government Related Project? No
Does this position require unescorted access to the protected area of a nuclear plant? Not at this
time, however the individual will be required to have unescorted access in the future.
Estimated Start Date: 29-June-20
Estimated Duration of Work Assignment (should not exceed 1 year): 1 year
Summary of Position Duties
This position will be responsible for matters related to all contract administrator duties for Maintenance
contracts. This includes but not limited to, contract development, in processing, training, orientation,
badging and logistics for independent contractors working on their assigned projects.
Additional responsibilities include the following:
Establishing and maintaining contract documents and applicable folder structure
Managing metrics for assigned contracts
Coordinating with Project Managers and Task Directors to validate contract expenses and
Facilitating purchase requests and change orders
Coordinating and conducting appropriate commercial meetings for assigned contracts (i.e. pre-
construction, progress review meetings, etc.)
Ensuring that technical and quality information associated with contract changes has been
appropriately reviewed and incorporated in contract
Ensuring that contractors understand their responsibilities and site-specific expectations as
required to the extent necessary based on each individualís particular work activities
Enforcing all contract requirements
Any applicant accepting this position will be required to meet the background and screening and NRC Fitness for Duty requirements.