Fluor Principal, Contract Management in Piketon, Ohio
The purpose of this position is to perform the essential job duties and functions listed below with the overall objective of helping to improve the Corporation’s overall business performance, deliver added value to our shareholders, reduce leakage, and promote consistent and cost-effective solutions across strategic business units, projects, and locations. This position provides oversight for contract management activities on Fluor projects generally as a lead over several minor or a few major contracts within a Fluor project. This role assures, through assigned contract administrators, compliance with all statutes, regulations, and contract terms and conditions. The position requires the contract manager to report to project, department and company senior leadership on the health of the assigned project(s); participate in developing and approving contracting strategies generally directly reporting through an intermediate senior contract manager. The individual will review and approve contract awards within their delegated authority. The Principal, Contract Manager will provide limited supervisory oversight but will act as a lead for the contract execution of assigned contracts and provide training to contract administrators on Fluor’s and Project practices.
• Perform duties and act on own initiative on assigned contracts of increasing complexity and value
• Support Contract Management activities on large-scale projects, with a work scope of US$250 million to US$3 billion (or global equivalent); duties may include assisting multiple Contract Administrators and Contract Managers with the preparation and execution of pre-award and post-award activities
• Read and understand the Prime Contract
• Lead internal Request for Proposal (RFP) and RFP explanation meetings, contract pre-award meetings, final negotiations, and drafting/finalization of contract documents
• Analyze commercial sections of proposals and coordination of technical proposal evaluations; develop final proposal evaluations and prepare contract recommendations, and present recommendation to project team and/or client
•Conducts pre‑award conference with contractors and clients in order to assure common understanding of the subcontract and subsequently awards contract via phone, telex, or letter
•Solicits awards, administers and closes contracts in accordance with Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) and Department of Energy Acquisition Regulations (DEAR), and Project Procedures.
•Through a close interface with project, design, client, and contractor, prepares subcontract documents incorporating into the scope, terms, and conditions, and commercial terms, any changes which have been specified by the above-listed parties and routes documents for signature
•Tracks status of all contractual deliverables and ensures deliverables are in compliance with contract requirements
•Acts as a liaison with management throughout the company hierarchy to gather and analyze data on company sourcing strategy and makes recommendations of new trends in sourcing and procedures
•Represents the company in meetings with and presentations to DOE and industry representatives
•May be located or relocated to the job site in order to act as a local negotiator and coordinator for any variances from the contract, monitor contractor's compliance to terms of the contract, monitor adherence to agreed-upon schedules and recommend approval of payment to the contractor
•Performs duties complex to difficult in nature
• Must be able to obtain "L" or "Q" Clearance
• Other duties as assigned
Job ID: 117010BR
Country: United States
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