Deloitte Contracts Central Support Specialist (Government Contracts Operations Specialist) in Atlanta, Georgia
Contracts Central Support Specialist (Government Contracts Operations Specialist)-E20ROSSSRCEC136-CL4
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Contracts Central Support Specialist (Government Contracts Operations Specialist)
As a Government Contracts Operations Specialist within our GPSC Central Support team you will be:
Responsible for completion of key contract administration activities in support of the Contracts and Subcontracts teams. Contract Administration activities include but not limited to the review & approval of invoices, tracking and alerting engagement teams of scheduled deliverables, performing competitive pricing analysis in support of subcontract procurement.
Accountable for ensuring work is completed in accordance with Deloitte policy. Interpret U.S. Government terms & conditions to support compliant financial and contractual operations
Expected to effectively manage workload to ensure production is met in accordance with defined SLAs
Working directly with Contracts, Subcontracts, and other process stakeholders to clarify questions and resolve potential issues
Performing other duties as assigned by management aligned with Contract administration and operations
The incumbent may have the opportunity to rotate to other areas within GPS contracts after demonstrated performance in the role
The GPSC Central Support team is responsible for the contract administration activities for the Deloitte Government and Public Services (GPS) Practice. The Specialist will provide the necessary support to compliant delivery of key contract and subcontract administration activities. The Specialist will work directly with team members, other Contracts personnel, Project Engagement Leadership and Enabling Area POCs to coordinate all the relevant information required to facilitate compliant contract and subcontract management.
Strong critical thinking, consultative and communication skills
Experience working in a client focused environment
Basic knowledge of U.S. Federal, State, Local, and Higher Education Contracting regulations
Ability to multi-task in a fast-paced environment
Self-motivated and ability to work independently and complete assigned tasks with minimal supervision
Ability to effectively work collaboratively with teams
Proficiency with MS Outlook, Excel and PowerPoint
Decision Making/Judgement Skills Required:
With minimal assistance, identify and coordinate key compliance, contractual, and execution risk items
Independently review accuracy of data provided. Ability to review large, complex contractual documents and summarize key compliance requirements
Ability to clarify questions and resolve potential issues with stakeholders
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability or protected veteran status, or any other legally protected basis, in accordance with applicable law.