Director Ii, Contract Management With Security Clearance

Fluor corporation - Reston
new offer (08/12/2022)

job description

This position provides oversight for all contract management activities on large projects or key, strategic projects and requires a TS SCI clearance or eligibility to obtain one. This role assures, through assigned contract administrators, compliance with Prime Contract, and Fluor Contract Management Practices. The position requires the Contract Director to report to project, department and company senior leadership on the health of the assigned project(s);
develop and approve contracting strategies, sourcing, negotiation, award, execution, Contract management administration and close out of various types of contracts, reviewing and approving contract awards within their delegated authority, including Prime Contracts Administration that support services performed on a global project basis. Work is performed in the home office and field locations for projects ranging in duration from short term to long term. - Oversee and manage Contract Management process on the project from Pre-Award, Post-Award through Close-Out in accordance with the Project Execution Plan (PEP) and Project Procedures Manual (PPM), including claims and back charges - Support preparation of bid evaluation plans for large engineering, procurement, fabrication, and construction (EPFC) Request for Proposal (RFP) packages and participate in both technical and commercial bid evaluation;
assist Project and Engineering Managers with preparing scope, schedule, and other technical documents for the RFP process
- Bear ultimate responsibility for the quality of the Project RFP packages and Contract documents
- Manage interfaces with Project Management, Construction, Project Controls, Quality, Safety, Finance, Client and Joint Venture Partners
- Protect the Company’s interests by enforcing warranties, mitigating risk, and providing oversight to project contract management teams
- Lead the contract management activities associated with large engineering, procurement, fabrication, and construction / construction management (EPFC/EPFCM) projects with multi-office execution - Other duties as assigned Basic Job Requirements :
- Accredited four (4) year degree or global equivalent in applicable field of study and eighteen (18) years of work-related experience or a combination of education and directly related experience equal to twenty-two (22) years if non-degreed;
some locations may haveadditional or different qualifications in order to comply with local requirements
- Ability to communicate effectively with audiences that include but are not limited to management, coworkers, clients, vendors, contractors, and other stakeholders - Job related technical knowledge necessary to complete the job - Ability to learn and apply knowledge of applicable local, state/province, and federal/national statutes and guidelines
- Ability to attend to detail and work in a time-conscious and time-effective manner Other Job Requirements :
- TS SCI Clearance or eligibility to obtain one - Maintain a working knowledge of Fluor’s Contract Management Standards, programs and goals by planning and applying Contract Management (CM) practices as established by Fluor on a project site or in an office by the function
- Provide consultative functional technical and analytical support in the area of Contract Management for the project management, project controls, and construction management processes and senior leadership as required
- Assure compliance with Fluor’s Contract Management Practices as well as Fluor’s Contract Management System (CMSism), or similar system
- Manage and actively contribute to improvement of functional work processes and reference systems
- Provide assistance in Prime Contract Administration as required
- Develop waivers for Bonding policies
- Travel to site, as required, to oversee contract management operations Preferred Qualifications :
- Accredited degree or global equivalent in Business, Construction Management, or Business Law
- Advanced degree such as an Masters in Business Administration, Masters in Industrial Engineering, Law degree (Juris Doctor), or global equivalent
- Fifteen (15) years of contract management, subcontract administration, and procurement experience supporting engineering and construction projects and at least five (5) years of work experience in Fluor Contract Management
- At least ten (10) years of field and international experience
- Strong knowledge of Pre-Award process and contracts packages formation
- Experience developing negotiating contract terms and conditions specifically for contracts, construction, modularization/fabrication, professional services on a Lump Sum, Unit Price, and cost reimbursable basis
- Strong understanding of contracting principles and legal terms and conditions
- Strong understanding of the construction industry and contract language associated engineering, procurement, fabrication, and construction/construction management (EPFC/EPFCM)
- Experience with development, administration, and management of the multi-million US dollar (or global equivalent) requests for proposal and contracts on large projects or key, strategic industrial construction projects
- Experience in accurately formulating multiple compensation structures including, but not limited to, reimbursable cost, lump sum, and unit price
- Experience in work change and claims evaluation and negotiation
- Experience in creating Request for Proposal (RFP)/Contract packages and interfacing with multiple disciplines in their creation
- Experience in creating Project Specific Contract Terms and Conditions by flowing down terms from the Prime Contract
- Experience working with Project Management, Engineering, and Construction to develop a sound Project Execution Plan and Contract Plan
- Experience in the Team Contract Management approach to contracting which includes each department being responsible for a portion of the RFP/Contracting process
- Experience in formulating strategies for individual contracts
- Experience managing twenty plus (20+) Contract Management personnel
- Strong working knowledge of Contract or Construction Law
- Strong knowledge of EPFC/EPFCM project execution - Knowledge of Contract Management software
- Experience with government contracts - Demonstrated strong and leadership skills - Ability and desire to develop, mentor, and coach employees
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Attention to detail
- Self-motivated
- Excellent negotiating, interpersonal, and communication skills
- Excellent computer and software skills, including Word, Excel, Power Point, Lotus Notes, or Outlook

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