168885 - Procurement Analyst 2 - VA
Newport News
$23.66 to $46.70 DOE
1 year

Sources and purchases machinery, equipment, tools, raw material, packaging materials, parts, services, and/or supplies necessary for operation of an organization. Compiles and analyzes statistical data to determine feasibility of buying products and to establish price objectives. Compiles information to keep informed on price trends and manufacturing processes. Confers with suppliers and analyzes suppliers operations to determine factors that affect prices and determines lowest cost consistent with quality, reliability, and ability to meet required schedules. Reviews proposals, negotiates prices, selects or recommends suppliers, analyzes trends, follows up orders placed, verifies delivery, approves payment, and maintains necessary records. May prepare bid packages
Candidate will be the primary focal point for Carrier Availabilities development of Bases of Estimate in partnership with NNS Contracts and Pricing team. Some responsibilities include estimating labor and material costs of manufacturing and engineering based on request for proposal (RFP) data submitted by prospective customers. In that capacity, analyzes specifications, including sketches, blueprints, bills of material, or sample layouts, and calculates production costs using labor and material pricing schedules and historical data. Collects cost data from functional representatives, subcontractors, and vendors. Computes cost estimates of raw materials or subcontracted work and labor. Prepares and maintains historical cost data. Creates cost models for cost estimating elements. Prepares cost reports and presents findings to management, contract personnel, proposal coordinators, customer representatives, price auditors, vendors, and subcontractors.
Effective communication skills are critical for networking, coordination, and team work to meet strict quality, delivery, and cost deadlines that impact the entire value stream. Position may support complex products, high-dollar value, and/or high-volume procurements that require a great deal of oversight and risk management.
Serves as liaison between commodity offices and internal and external customers in support of Refueling Complex Overhaul (RCOH) hulls. Reports program/project status to commodity offices in support of improving and mitigating material availability for future Key Events.

. 3 Years with Bachelors; 1 Year with Masters
Candidate should have global knowledge through experience/education in tactical supply chain operations and applying analytical skills. Previous DoD procurement experience and technical background are a plus. Exposure and/or experience in other areas of the supply chain value stream are a plus.

Bachelor's or Master's degree.

Hours: 7:30 AM to 4 PM

Andrew Craft at acraft@chiptonross.com
11832 Fishing Point Drive, Suite 100
Newport News, VA 23606

Phone: (757) 595-0005 x173 or (877) 244-5418 x173

Candidates responding to this posting must currently possess the eligibility to work in the United States. No third parties please.

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