SRA International, Inc., A CSRA Company Contracts Property Administrator in Chantilly, Virginia

Clearance Level Must Currently Possess:

No Active Clearance Required

Clearance Level Must Be Able to Obtain:

No Active Clearance Required

Suitability:

No Suitability Required

Job Family:

Legal & Contracts

Job Description:

GDIT is seeking a Contracts Property Manager in our Chantilly, VA location.

The ideal candidate will performs as part of the Contracts Property Administration Team, responsible for maintaining and ensuring compliance with the approved Government Property Management System, and directly responsible for administrative oversight of property operations for multiple contracts. Responsibilities include but are not limited to review and analysis of individual contract property provisions, conducting internal audits and evaluations of programs’ property operations for compliance with FAR, respective DFARS and other Agency Supplements or regulations, and Company policies and procedures; verifying acquisition authority and coding/identification requirements; performing client interface, external audit support, special reports research and preparation, property loss and disposal processing, annual inventory/financial validation and reporting; and providing training/guidance to contract programs, interface organizations and staff. Leads/assists in systems, processes, tools and educational development and implementation. Requires strong analytical and communication skills with ability to work independently, resolve moderate to highly complex property issues, and communicate effectively with management and both internal and external clients, and a willingness to travel.

NPMA Certification a requirement.

Essential Job Functions

  • Analyzes and interprets contractual property requirements for moderate to highly complex contracts to identify overall requirements, identify contingent issues and provide managerial/contractual advice regarding identified issues and courses of action.

  • Leads or performs internal audits and evaluations of moderate to highly complex contract property operations to assess levels of compliance with applicable requirements, identifies process/procedural deficiencies, analyzes causes and recommends resolution actions. Prepares formal reports to document audit performance, communicate audit results and corrective action reports and recommendations. Analyzes, summarizes and presents moderate to highly complex audit data to substantiate adequacy of the business controls and the integrity of reported data.

  • Perform contract property management audits and analyses.

  • Acts as interface with client offices and internal management/staff on contractual property matters; including high level proposal support.

  • Ensures performance of physical inventories and submission of required reports and data by contract programs. Reviews, validates and submits property loss, property disposal, physical inventory, financial, and contract property completion reports, as required, to internal and external offices.

  • Provides training and procedural guidance on property requirements, systems and processes, and support for external property audits as necessary to management and/or staff of supported programs and organizations.

  • Leads development of procedures, processes, training programs, educational publications and tools; performs other routine audit functions and moderate to highly complex special property related projects and duties as assigned, such as requisition approvals, property tagging, data extractions, data migrations, intra-company support, etc.

  • Resolves or assists in resolving property related customer service and field research requests originated by customers or internal organizations. Works with customers and internal staff to determine courses of action.

  • Provides leadership, advice and counsel regarding regulatory and/or procedural interpretations to internal and external staff. Oversees and /or reviews employee work products/output. Provides leadership and work guidance/mentoring to less experienced personnel.

  • Remains generally current on property policies, regulations and laws such as FAR Parts 45 and 52.245, generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), ASTM E53, ISO 9001 and other consensus standards pertaining to property.

Basic Qualifications

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent combination of education and experience

  • Bachelor's degree in asset management, contracts, accounting, business management or related field preferred.

  • Nine or more years of property administration or related field preferred

  • Experience working with property administration or asset management, common operating systems, business applications and relational database systems.

  • Experience working with audit concepts, practices, and procedures

  • Experience working with Federal Acquisition Regulations (FAR) Parts 45 and 52.245 and/or equivalent agency regulations and supplements.

  • Experience working with voluntary consensus standards and other appropriate standards, such as ASTM E53 and ISO 9001.

Other Qualifications

  • Good personal computer and business solutions software skills

  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills

  • Good communication skills

  • Good leadership and mentoring skills

  • Strong planning and organizational skills to balance and prioritize work

  • Strong interpersonal skills to communicate with team members, other employees and external agents

  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team

  • Ability to keep sensitive and confidential material private

  • Willingness to travel

# of Openings:

1

Scheduled Weekly Hours:

40

T elecommuting Options:

Telecommuting Not Allowed

Work Location:

USA VA Chantilly - 15036 Conference Center Dr (VAS027)

Additional Work Locations:

CSRA is committed to creating a diverse environment and is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

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We understand that our customers' missions require new methods and imaginative thinking. We bring together government IT professionals, emerging technologies, and the brightest, cutting-edge advisors in the industry to deliver a broad range of innovative, next-generation IT solutions and professional services to help our customers modernize their legacy systems, protect their networks and assets, and improve the effectiveness and efficiency of mission-critical functions for our warfighters and our citizens.

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