ASEC is an award winning, employee-owned small business focused on providing value and innovation in the areas of engineering, training, logistics, and flight services. Doing what is right for the Warfighter is reflected in everything we do. We have an opportunity for a Contracts Administrator to join our corporate contracts team. This position will offer you the opportunity to apply your critical thinking skills, expert decision-making ability, and government contracts expertise to directly impact the overall success and future growth of ASEC. This is a full-time, on-site position based in our corporate HQ office in Lexington Park, MD.
The Contracts Administrator will administer both cost-reimbursable and fixed price contracts from inception to closeout, ensuring compliance with government contracting requirements. You will serve as the official repository for all contractual documentation and correspondence relative to assigned contracts. Specific responsibilities will include (but are not limited to):
Contracts Specific Experience:
Who You Are:
An excellent communicator with the ability to establish and maintain professional and positive relationships with your internal and external teammates. You take pride in everything you do and take a proactive approach to your work. You are comfortable working with limited supervision, but you aren’t afraid to ask for assistance when you need it. You are an Excel whiz and are proficient with MS Office, Teams, and SharePoint. Lastly, you are able to make decisions using sound judgement while complying with policies, procedures, and applicable Government regulations.
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