Contracts Administrator at Collins Aerospace

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Employer: Collins Aerospace – ISRSS

Expires: 07/01/2020

Come join a company where what you do makes a difference. For over 50 years, Collins Aerospace in Danbury, CT has forged groundbreaking technologies that have pushed the limits of physics, engineered the impossible, and provided actionable intelligence to keep our Armed Forces and nation safe. We are dedicated to helping you grow your career by using all your talents, insights and experiences in a welcoming team environment. Collaborating with world class experts, you will have the opportunity to develop innovative solutions in fulfillment of our customers’ requirements. We believe in our mission and we believe in supporting our employees. We offer policies and programs that provide opportunities for continual learning, career growth and work/life balance along with a full suite of health and welfare benefits. Bring your passion, commitment and curiosity and come grow with us as together we work to make our world a safer place.This position provides a challenging environment working with enthusiastic and dedicated team members with expertise in their respective fields. The broad product portfolio of Collins ensures new and interesting problems are always waiting. Small development teams provide opportunities for increased responsibility and the ability to directly impact the final product. The successful candidate will play a significant role in driving the company’s vision and the development of state of the art products.Job Description We have a fantastic opportunity for an entry level Contracts Professional in our Danbury, CT facility, just one hour north of NYC. Your array of responsibilities will include:Perform full life-cycle Contract Management for large portfolio of contracts for the Government Services business unit.Help facilitate negotiations for all major contracts.Administer NDAs, PIAs.Direct interface with Government Contracting Officers, inside legal counsel.Support audits and liaising with both internal/external customers.Working knowledge of FAR/DFAR and DoD requirementsAnalyzing contracts received from the government and industry primes; identifying points of negotiationProviding contract advice and working with various functional areas (i.e. Legal, Business Development, Program Management, Engineering, Finance, Supply Chain etc.) in support of proposals, agreements and other activities as requiredCoordinating with government and industry counterparts to establish professional working relationships, which facilitate successful negotiations and exchange of informationWorking with the International Trade Compliance (ITC) Department, and others, to ensure strict compliance with applicable Import/Export Laws as requiredSupport Contract data input/entry into SAPEducation / CertificationsBS or BA in an applicable field (business, legal, etc.) is requiredExperience/QualificationsCANDIDATE MUST BE A US CITIZEN AND MUST EITHER HOLD A CURRENT US DoD CLEARANCE OR BE ABLE TO OBTAIN AND MAINTAIN A CLEARANCE.Working knowledge of government regulations including, but not limited to:FARDFARDOENASAHave a working knowledge of:FAR Contract Types Be proficient in Microsoft Office productsPossess excellent verbal and written skills to communicate effectively with various functional groups at all levels, both internal and external