TMG Construction
Purcellville, Virginia, United States
(on-site)
Spotlight Preferred Veterans Focus
4 days ago
Job Type
Full-Time
Job Duration
Indefinite
Salary
$70,000.00 - $85,000.00
Min Experience
5-7 Years
Min Education
BA/BS/Undergraduate
Required Travel
0-10%
Salary - Type
Yearly Salary
Job Function
Accounting/Finance

Description

TMG’s Contract Administrator is responsible for drafting, reviewing, negotiating, tracking, and managing the terms and conditions of the Owner, Design Professional, Subcontractor, and other third-party contractual relations to facilitate entering into timely contracts that responsibly minimize risks to TMG. TMG’s Contractor Administrator role is to provide TMG with the subject matter expertise needed to understand and contractually transfer risk that is associated with IDIQ, design-build, and lump sum construction contract types of work. Additionally, the Contract Administrator’s role is to track and manage TMG’s list of small and disadvantaged businesses, participate in the subcontractor prequalification process, and participate in the development and documentation of corporate policies and procedures.


Contract Administrator’s Responsibilities
• Provide legal and financial due diligence to prequalify new subcontractors that TMG contemplates entering into a Master Agreement;
• Draft, negotiate, track, and manage the business-related terms and conditions associated with subcontract Master Agreements;
• Work with TMG Business Development to review draft contracts and insurance requirements before proposal/bid submission;
• Review Owner contracts for matters involving risk, insurance coverage requirements, and operational issues that could create un-manageable and/or      excessive risks that TMG needs to manage;
• Work with TMG’s operational staff, its leadership, and third parties to identify contractual terms and conditions that are indifferent to the interests of the    varying stakeholders to negotiate language that is acceptable to all parties;
• Utilize TMG IT infrastructure to track the status of contracts and subcontract Master Agreements in a manner that copies of contracts are available in real-time to extended stakeholders when needed;
• Work with TMG Accounting to identify, add, and adjust insurance requirements on a project-by-project basis as needed;
• Work with TMG’s Leadership to define and standardize acceptable levels of risk. Teach risk management throughout the TMG organization;
• Track the small business and minority status of the subcontractors that work with TMG. Make the information readily available to the organization utilizing TMG IT Infrastructure for TMG to be able to meet minority goals;
• For each new contract that TMG undertakes, identify and provide TMG Operations and Accounting with contract flow-down, regulatory, and other contract compliance language. Ensure compliance with all FAR regulations, Buy America Act, etc…
• Provide legal and financial due diligence to associate with TMG’s subcontractor Bond Waiver process;
• Draft and review Joint Venture (JV) Mentoring and Operating Agreements to include compliance with all SBA rules and regulations;
• Draft and review Partnering Agreements;
• Identify any regulatory reporting requirements that are associated with new contracts that TMG undertakes and work with TMG Operations and  Accounting to ensure timely reporting;
• Work with company advisors, such as auditors, bankers, insurance agents, bonding agents, surety company representatives, consultants and lawyers as needed;
• Attend industry-appropriate events and networking to apprise TMG leadership of market changes to risk management and compliance.

Education and/or Experience Requirements
• Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Paralegal, or a related degree with no less than five (5) years of experience managing risk associated with IDIQ, lump sum, and design-build contracting;
• Strong communication skills with the ability to effectively interact at all levels of the organization;
• Proven experience serving as a contract administrator;
• Knowledge of federal, state, and local laws related to the construction industry (FAR, DFAR, etc);
• Proficiency with spreadsheets, Email, and other software used in the construction industries;
• Knowledge of Microsoft Office software, managing information in a database-centric networked environment;
• Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical procedures, or governmental regulations.

Clearance: Not required but must be able to obtain security clearance, if requested.  Must be a U.S. Citizen.

TMG provides a mix of voluntary and company-paid health and welfare benefits, vacation, sick and holiday paid time off, a 401k match, and we fully support training and professional growth.

TMG Construction provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.



Job ID: 73869357

TMG Construction is a design-builder and general contractor whose core expertise focuses on the renovation and construction of commercial, institutional, and government facilities and specialty civil work. The success and continued growth of TMG is fostered by a strong commitment to our mission, principles, and values. Our culture is grounded in understanding our client’s needs, honoring our commitments and promises, striving for technical excellence, providing a safe and healthy work environment, promoting cost effective...

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