Baltimore City Community College Contract Administrator in Baltimore, Maryland

Description/Job Summary

Oversees the College s Contract Administration (including Minority Business Enterprises, Small Business Enterprises and Veteran s Small Business Enterprises etc.) and Contract Compliance. Maintain and update contracts database with tracking information monitoring contract expiration dates. Perform vendor contract redlines for compliance in accordance to COMAR. Prepare documents that are to be submitted to DBM, DoIT and BPW. Assists the Procurement Director in developing and managing procurements, evaluating procurement proposals and providing guidance in the ongoing administration and compliance of a variety of existing contracts. Assists the Procurement Director in ensuring that all prime contractors and subcontractors are following the College code and COMAR regulations. Perform cradle - to - grave procurement solicitations for IFB's and RFP's with very little to no oversight from direct supervisor.

Required Qualifications

  • Bachelors degree in business, construction management or related area.

  • Two years full-time or equated experience in contract management area.

  • Two years of supervisory experience.

  • Experience in contracts compliance monitoring is highly desirable.

  • Preferred Qualifications*

  • Two years of state or local government procurement experience preferred.

  • Procurement certification is preferred.

  • Demonstrated knowledge of DBM and DoIT requirements for submitting documentation for BPW agenda items.

  • Ability to maintain good public relations for the Office of Procurement and interactions with the campus community, vendors, and other external agencies and entities.

  • Knowledge of Minority Business Enterprise compliance with COMAR and policies and procedures.

  • Skilled in the understanding of the type of supplies, equipment and services relating to education institution requirement.

  • Ability to perform math functions including percentages and demonstrate good analytical and planning skills.

  • Ability to create presentations and present to a wide rate of audiences.

  • Knowledge of procurement process, best practices and procedures.

  • Knowledge of public contracting principles, including proposal preparation, contract negotiation, contract law and finance.