Nashua, NH, USA | Leading Manufacturing / Operations Company
Purchasing / Supply Chain / Logistics
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Join a dynamic Contracts team that supports the delivery of mission critical capabilities across a diverse portfolio of classified government and prime customers. The Contracts organization is the trusted business partner managing customer relationships, negotiating deals, creating innovative solutions, and providing regulatory knowledge to our customers. We are committed to employee growth and development, allowing employees to build a long term career at Leading Manufacturing / Operations Company. In addition to challenging day to day assignments, employees are encouraged to pursue special projects, participate in formal and informal mentoring programs and networking events, and rotate into different roles with increasing levels of responsibility. Contracts employees are provided opportunities for promotion and relocation to other business units within the U.S. and overseas. Leading Manufacturing / Operations Company also provides employees with opportunities to engage with and positively impact the internal and external community in which we work.
With our historic growth and position as the world s third largest Aerospace, Defense and Security Company, we look to recruit and retain the best and brightest. Taking care of the Contracts team by offering daily flextime, every other Friday off, work from home options, relocation assistance, sign-on bonus, and competitive salary/benefits keeps our team engaged and motivated.
We view culture as one of our most critical competitive advantages. Contracts employees come to work every day because of our strong culture and passion for our significant role in the success of the business. Our Cultural Principles are:
Engage everyone with respect and good will
Stay calm independent of circumstances
Be humble and work collaboratively
Feel empowered to do the right thing
Listen , be curious, and allow differences to influence our decisions
The Contracts Director will serve as a Product Line Contracts Director in the Leading Manufacturing / Operations Company Electronic Combat Solutions (ECS) Business Area Tactical Aircraft Solutions (TACAIR) Product Line. The TACAIR Product Line is a complex and challenging portfolio that consists of several critical major development and production programs including DEWS, EPAWSS, C130 RFCM and the 56C/56M programs. The DEWS and EPAWSS represent the current and future state of our advanced digital RFEW systems for 4 th generation fighters and large aircraft in ECS. The position requires a highly organized candidate with strong leadership, management and communication skills with international contracting experience. The selected candidate will support the ECS Senior Contracts Director in providing leadership to the functional organization, support the development and growth of employees, support carrying out the vision of the function as well as make recommendations on the overall strategy for the business.
ECS is a $1.5b annual sales Business Area consisting of five (5) Product Lines providing leading technology mission specialized/critical Electronic Warfare for 4 th and 5 th generation Tactical Aircrafts and well as many critical classified technology programs.
Roles and Responsibilities:
Guide, direct and evaluate the activities of Contract personnel at various labor grades. Support the growth and development of the next generation Contracts managers and leaders within the Business Area.
Implementation and maintenance of Contracts policies and procedures, including ensuring adequate processes are in place to ensure compliance.
Oversee proposal activities, such as proposal preparation and submittal, contracting strategy and risk mitigation, teaming strategies and approvals.
Responsible for conducting and coordinating proposal reviews, pre-approval of strategic alliances, other business agreements within the Business Area and with Sector and Corporate as required.
Responsible for preparation, review and pre-approval of strategic alliances and other business agreements prior to requesting Sector approval.
Interface and manage the relationships with key government contracting and procurement officials as required and/or needed.
Responsible for keeping staff informed, motivated, and working efficiently.
Support acquisition, due diligence, and integration activities, as required
Work with other functions to develop strategies for new business opportunities.
Typical Education & Experience
Bachelor's Degree and 15 years work experience
Required Skills and Education
Active, Current Secret clearance
Bachelor s degree and 15 years of related experience
Functional Management experience
US Government and International contracting experience with understanding of Military Aircraft and Electronic Warfare markets
Significant Proposal Preparation experience
Proven competency in team leadership and the development of high performing, diverse teams
Business acumen and ability to develop and provide guidance of a strategic nature regarding customers, top line growth and overall performance of the Business Area
Preferred Skills and Education
Top Secret (TS) level clearance level
MBA, JD or other advanced degree
NCMA Certifications/involvement in local chapter