CGI Technologies and Solutions, Inc. Sr. Contract Operations Administrator in Fairfax, Virginia

Sr. Contract Operations Administrator

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Sr. Contract Operations Administrator

Category: Legal Affairs

City: Fairfax, Virginia, United States

Position ID: J1118-2518

Employment Type: Part Time

Position Description:

Individual needed for a highly collaborative, fast paced position supporting the Contracts and Subcontracts team. The candidate will be a key partner in maintaining critical administrative systems and processes for the team. Candidate will act as the Program Manager for the team's Contract Management System, to understand its function, the architecture and business rules in order train, update, and run reports on the System. Must be able to work in a reactive environment, as well as plan and execute long lead time projects.

Your future duties and responsibilities:

Contract Management System:

  • Document and support the Contract Management System infrastructure; Identify and collect system glitches; Develop and install fixes

  • Organize and facilitate the Configuration Control Board (CCB); Provide recommendations to them for major system revisions; Catalogue and prioritize requested changes to CMS; Establish the agenda and chair the CCB

  • Conduct new user training on the Contract Management System and periodic refresher training for existing users

  • Document procedures and provide guidance for CMS standards; Identify and create reports in response to

requests and management needs

  • Provide system monitoring and periodic audit to ensure compliance of the data entered by the users; Convene and lead a monthly peer audit team and coordinate the communication to the users on errors

  • Troubleshoot issues for the users

Compliance and Reporting Duties:

  • Verify that submitted resumes justify the requested contract labor mapping; Responsible for audit preparations and documentation: Conduct user training on the labor mapping system in FRMS

  • Assist the Corporate Contracts Director with the mandatory semi-annual and annual reporting - small business, manpower, and IFF/CAF

  • Maintain and monitor registration systems

  • Monitor and data mine information in PPIRS

Process Improvements:

  • Develop and implement operational improvements to processes and tools.

  • Author desk guides for various functions for the Contracts/Subcontracts teams

  • Develop tools and processes for monitoring and accessing OCI/PCI documents

Required qualifications to be successful in this role:

Bachelors degree plus 7+ years of experience or equivalent experience in lieu of education in a fast paced, office environment. Strong analytical ability and organizational skills. Ability to multi-task in a high paced environment. Strong written and verbal communication skills a must. Ability to work well in a collaborative business environment with peers within the Contracts and Legal team as well as business developers and project teams. Proven change management ability to influence others and inspire followership. Expert-level experience with MS office packages. Must have Sharepoint knowledge.


Prefer experience in federal government contracting environments; previous experience as an officer manager a plus.


What you can expect from us:

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