- Presentation Skills
- Change Management
- Communication Skills
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Here at Integrated Defense Systems (IDS), we work together as one global team creating trusted, innovative solutions to make the world a safer place. Our innovation spans all domains: from land and sea to air, space and cyberspace. We’re inspired by a noble mission, shared by employees around the globe, and an inclusive culture that empowers employees and celebrates their contributions.
Our IDS Contracts teammates are valued business partners, influencing and executing balanced business deals, collaborating with internal and external stakeholders, all in support of the products and services we deliver to our customers. With a global portfolio of clients, partners, and suppliers, the development opportunities for our Contracts experts are endless, both domestically and abroad.
Our success is driven by a strong culture, investing in our people, and a embracing the perspectives of a diverse workforce.Our Contracts teammates fuel powerful ideas, develop meaningful relationships, and work together to achieve and exceed business goals.
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Integrated Defense Systems (IDS) Mission Systems and Sensors (MSS) has a unique opportunity to become a member of the Persistent & Strategic Sensor (P&SS) team as a Contracts Manager, focusing on the Upgraded Early Warning Radars (UEWR) located at bases around the United States and at allied bases around the globe. These radars allow for early warning detection of any incoming ballistic missile threat regardless of the point of origin.
The successful candidate will be an integral part of the UEWR program team working closely with Program Managers, key Functional Leads and Business/Estimating functions. This individual will be responsible for the entire contracting process including RFP evaluation, proposal development, negotiations, contract management, customer communications, change management and contract closeout.
This individual will act as the primary interface with customers during the proposal development phase, as well as the ongoing contract execution phase and must be prepared to provide governance to the program team regarding contract performance, offering solutions to mitigate contractual/program risks, and driving closure to contractual issues.
This role will require managing relationships with customer counterparts and interfacing with senior internal & external leadership on critical program matters. Therefore, contracts expertise, excellent communication skills, business acumen, customer management and team building skills are essential.
The position is located in Woburn, MA. Additionally, this role will require periodic business travel within the Continental United States & potential International locations.
8+ yrs of experience with proposal generation, negotiation and administration of major contracts and/or subcontracts
In-depth knowledge and experience in FFP, FPIF, LOE, CPFF and CPAF/IF contracts
Experience with contracts “common body-of-knowledge” (i.e., FAR, DFARS, ITAR, EAR, TINA, EVMS)
Experience administering change management protocols (ie. tracking requirements, scope creep, customer notifications, and definitization of new work and REAs into the contract baseline)
This position requires the ability to obtain a security clearance. Except in rare circumstances, only US Citizens are eligible for a clearance
Experience researching complex issues, Statement of Work (SOW) requirements, applicable regulations and law, and formulating recommendations to management
Demonstrated business acumen; ability to clearly recognize risk elements in business transactions and develop advanced concepts and solutions to unusual problems that involve a high degree of ingenuity, creativity and innovation
Experience working within a team fostering teamwork and trust
Demonstrated experience leading complex negotiations and managing customer expectations
Knowledge of financial business principles and their applicability to US Government contracts (CAS, TINA, EVMS, EAC)
Experience with DD250 acceptance, 2 in 1 invoicing, performance based payments and contract completion activities
Excellent communication skills (written and oral)
Experience leading, preparing and presenting information to senior leadership internally and to customers.
CFCM or other professional certification
Experience in intellectual property issues and organizational conflicts of interest.
Contracting experience with the Missile Defense Agency
BS/BA in Accounting, Finance, Business Administration, Business Management, Contract Administration, Supply Chain Management, International Relations, Economics, Business Law or any major related to this job description. Advanced degree preferred.
This position requires either a U.S. Person or a Non-U.S. Person who is eligible to obtain any required Export Authorization. 154000
Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, age, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.