Business Manager – Contingent Upon Award


  • Full Time
  • Houston, TX
  • Apr 28, 2017

Anadarko Industries

This position is contingent upon contract award. 

I. PURPOSE/FUNCTION (JOB SUMMARY)

The Business Manager provides independent implementation, management and oversight of Program financial processes and procedures and assures compliant protocols are followed. The Business Manager is responsible for subcontractor financial relationships and compliance, and leads team to accomplish established financial objectives; monitors budget and goals; and provides technical advice and assists in completing work as needed.

 

II. ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Serves as the primary interface with the NASA Contracting Officer to process contract modifications, submitting task order responses, and reconciling funding
  • Manages contract administration and ensures timely submittal of deliverables including NASA DRDs
  • Functions as the Subcontracts Manager to ensure any subcontractors or vendors used are compliant with NASA regulations and meet the subcontract requirements by collecting and verifying costs for labor, subcontractor and vendor invoices, tracking against planned costs, and reporting at a contract level with detail for each Task Order
  • Develop, implement, and maintain a contract financial system, which discretely tracks resources by contract Work Breakdown Structure including, fully burdened labor and other direct costs
  • Prepare and present financial reporting, including budgeting, forecasting, cost estimating and NASA 533 reporting
  • Provides an effective contract and procurement management program, which ensures compliance with requirements and directs procurement activities, focusing on administration of prime contracts, subcontracts and procurement
  • Manage project business functions to include accounting, payroll, human resources (HR), purchasing, property, and security
  • Support the contract Program Manager to ensure contract runs smoothly
  • Responsible for compliance with policies and procedures
  • Must maintain regular and acceptable attendance level as determined by the Company
  • Responsible for completing all assigned training
  • Ability to work within a team environment
  • Ability to understand and execute processes and procedures
  • Well-developed skills in both written and verbal communication
  • Ability to interact effectively with all levels of staff in the organization
  • Sound deductive reasoning and problem solving skills
  • Perform other assignments and duties, as required

 III. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES

         A. EDUCATION/EXPERIENCE

          1. REQUIRED:

  • A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Business, Finance, or Accounting
  • 7-10 years of business management experience supporting operational facilities
  • Experience with large facilities supporting continuous operations (accounting, subcontracting and budgets)
  • Experience in NASA 533 financial reporting
  • Solid understanding of FAR, DFARs, CAS, and GAAP and thorough understanding of different contract types (FFP, T&M, Cost Plus, Etc.)
  • Experience with NASA and/or NASA systems, clients, rules, and regulations

         2. DESIRED

  • 10-15 years related experience

        B. SKILLS/TRAINING

  1. REQUIRED:
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)

     2. DESIRED

  • Familiarity with NASA or DoD Work Instructions, prior experience with NASA

IV. Physical & Cognitive Requirements

  • Speaking: Verbal communication using the English language
  • Written Communication: Produce written work using the English language
  • Organization: Prioritize multiple, competing assignments
  • Performance Level: Perform effectively in a fast paced, demanding work environment
  • Travel Requirement: Occasional travel may be required

Standard Company Requirements:

  • Applicant must include desired salary in application submission
  • Must comply with Anadarko Industries policies and procedures
  • Must maintain regular and acceptable attendance
  • Responsible for completing all required training
  • Perform other assignments and duties, as required

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