Government Compliance Manager in Charlotte, North Carolina
THE TEAM YOU WILL BE JOINING:
Multi-Billion Dollar global developer and manufacturer of advanced specialty materials
Over 100 years of history with one of the largest global platforms in the industry; operations and facilities in 100 countries
High growth company expanding their footprint through globally with over 6,000 employees
Diverse products that are used in an array of industries including pharmaceutical, cleaning product manufacturers, water treatment, agricultural, electronics goods manufacturers, refineries, and paper and photographic companies
Company has strong leadership and extensive experience taking company to the next level through innovation and sustainability
LOCATION: Charlotte, NC (hybrid) WHAT THEY OFFER YOU:
Outstanding opportunity to work with a first-class leadership team in a high growth, global business
Opportunity to be a key contributor in building a world class global HR solution function focused on streamlining process and procedures that drives consistency in the business
Position with significant impact on high priority initiatives
WHY THIS ROLE IS IMPORTANT:
Negotiating, preparing, and monitoring contracts modifications/change order, reviewing invoices, billing rates and analyzing both direct and indirect rates, to include:
Working with Division/Sector to obtain updated to most current, complete, accurate pricing and billing data.
Reviews with Senior Business and Finance Leaders to monitor indirect rates throughout the year and assess impact on contracts.
Liaison with Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA), Defense Contract Management Agency (DCMA), Administrative Contracting Officer (ACO) and state/local agency auditors.
Provides written responses to inquiries from after receiving any inquiry and is available upon reasonable notice for discussions with DOE on matters relating to the enforcement of and compliance with the RTES requirements.
Continuously monitors compliance with the RTES requirements and ensures day-to-day compliance.
Manage all federal government contract audits.
Develops, maintains, and provides oversight of any RTES requirements.
Maintaining the Business Unit Truth in Negotiation Act (TINA) Disclosure Memo.
Supporting employees with the interpretation and application of FAR, DFARs and CAS as well as any other specific agency regulations.
Lead and prepare cost proposal portion of all government Request For Proposals (RFP).
Monthly variance reporting comparing actual base, pool and rate costs with proposed base, pools, and rates.
Annual Incurred Cost Submissions (ICS) for business units.
THE BACKGROUND THAT FITS:
Two years’ experience with RETS compliance monitoring as a security officer.
Bachelor’s degree in accounting, Finance, Business Management (or a related field) from an accredited institution
10+ years of related professional experience - OR - a master’s degree in a business field with 8+ years of related professional experience.
General application of Government Accounting and Business System concepts, and principles.
Experience with FAR/DFARS Contractor Business Systems audits.
Effective oral and written communication/presentation skills.
Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint).
Ability to work effectively with DCAA & DCMA auditors.
Proficient in DFARS Business Systems, particularly Accounting, Procurement, MMAS and Estimating