The Pricing Analyst II will collaborate closely with multiple MAG personnel and possible Sub / Prime Contractor finance elements while generating pricing / cost narratives in our proposal response to Government Solicitations / Contracts. The ideal candidate will have an excellent understanding of proposal pricing within the DoD and related market segments, with a sharp attention to detail and a keen awareness of current market conditions.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Duties include, but not limited to:
Assist in cost estimating and development of Basis of Estimates for cost proposals.
Responsible for creating internal and external price sheets.
Works with the proposal team to develop cost volume schedules and supporting documentation to justify cost realism/reasonableness.
Works closely with Capture/Business Development, Contracts, Purchasing, Human Resources and Operations to ensure accuracy of cost proposals.
Participates in pricing and BD Gate reviews with upper management and coordinates with senior staff to determine pricing structure and strategy.
Support proposal clarifications, justifications, and negotiations.
Contribute to the standardization of tools that result in compliant/quality pricing proposal.
Work with Primes and subcontractors during pricing proposal development.
Color team reviewer of other team members pricing proposals.
Support post award program financials and contract actions as required.
Support contract modifications as directed by the US Government.
4-7 years' experience with pricing for Government Solicitations and Proposals.
Advanced proficiency in Microsoft Excel building formulas (INDEX, VLOOKUP, IF THEN summaries, Macros).
Strong numerical and analytical skills.
Strong communication skills with the ability to interact with all levels of management.
Knowledge of how to dissect cost / pricing requirements out of a Government Solicitation.
Ability to work flexible hours when dictated by proposal deadlines.
Knowledge of different contract, solicitation, and agreement types to include Time and Materials, Firm Fixed Price, and Cost Reimbursable contracts.
Working knowledge of the FAR; ability to read and understand government contracts.
Understanding of financial management concepts such as funding, revenue, cost, profit, billed AR, unbilled AR, subcontracts, consultants, purchase orders, etc.
Ability to thrive in a fast-paced, customer service and collaborative team environment.
Must be able to work well in a team-based environment.
Bachelor's degree in Accounting/Finance or related field.
Experience with Deltek Costpoint, Cognos, TM1, VPC.
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