Broadleaf, Inc has been featured as one of Inc. Magazine's "Top 5000 fastest growing companies". Broadleaf, Inc has established itself as #146 (2020) from #733 (2019). www.inc.com/profile/broadleaf
Founded in 2009 and headquartered in Virginia, Broadleaf is a Native Hawaiian Organization (NHO) owned small business. We are a mature 8(a) firm who has achieved Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI) Level 3 for Development, CMMI Level 3 for Services, and ISO 9001, ISO 27001, and ISO 14001 certifications. These quality improvement programs directly influence our management and technical solutions. Unlike other small businesses, our certifications prove that we have mature processes and procedures which will be used to deliver a high-quality service to our clients. What is an NHO? Native Hawaiian Organization or NHO is a community service organization serving Native Hawaiians in the State of Hawaii which is a not-for-profit organization chartered by the State of Hawaii, is controlled by Native Hawaiians, and whose business activities will principally benefit such Native Hawaiians.
Our NHO’s Mission NHO is a non-profit organization designed to benefit the Hawaii people through the development and advocacy of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education and by promoting Hawaii’s role as America’s Gateway to the Pacific. Our NHO supports this missions through an agenda that facilitates community resilience, development, economic prosperity, and strengthens Hawaii’s relationships with its Asia-Pacific neighbors.
The individual will be involved in planning contracting program objectives for procuring a variety of complex requirements; analyzing contracting issues and determines recommended course of action; executing post-award contract performance management actions with contracts (those with cost reimbursement and/or those with incentive arrangements); evaluating contractor performance for compliance with terms and conditions of contracts; and procuring and planning acquisition for standard or specialized items.
BASIC QUALIFICATIONS: Experience:
Eight (8)+ years of contract specialist experience, preferably within the DoD.
Active Security Clearance Secret
Ability to analyze and review all applicable policies, guidance and regulations to make contracting recommendations
Experience providing cost and price analysis to determine price reasonableness
Experience in the acquisition strategy planning, requirements review and Performance Work Statement (PWS)/Statement of Work (SOW) development in collaboration with customers
Experience performing market research/analysis to determine availability of the requirement
Experience reviewing procurement requests to determine whether, based on market analysis, the requirement can be performed by small businesses
Ability to perform cost/price analysis of complex contractor proposals to include familiarity with DCAA and DCMA rate reviews, pre-award surveys, etc.
Knowledge of federal and agency laws, regulations, and procedures applicable to the acquisition process and to the award and administration of DTRA contracts
Knowledge and recent experience (within the last 3 years) as a contract specialist planning, negotiating, and administering cost-reimbursement contracts
Knowledge of contract administration principles and the practices to monitor contractor performance on contracts