Senior Sub-contract Administrator, New Programs

Company Name:
United Technologies Corporation
Administer sub-contracts including all aspects of cost, quality, and delivery in support of operational and strategic program objectives of the CH-53K King Stallion Program and promote flawless sub and prime contract execution. Manage major sub-contract pricing and terms and conditions including flow-down of prime contract requirements, sub-contract change proposals, performance to contractual obligations and committed deliverables.
Responsible for the procurement cycle; purchase order placement and administration in support of sub-contracts to include negotiations, documentation, purchase order maintenance, hardware configuration tracking and interface with functional organizations.
Manage critical, time-sensitive and complex issues including: proposal evaluations, contract documentation, modifications for contract changes. Responsibilities include assisting in the development of subcontract specifications, work statements, and terms and conditions for the procurement of specialized materials, equipment, and services.
Act as a liaison between sub-contractors, sub-tier manufacturers, SAC Operations and program management teams in support of timely execution of programmatic goals. Ensure supplier performs in accordance with subcontract terms, technical specs, delivery schedule, etc. Monitor performance & milestones and participate in Program Design Reviews.
Manage the import and export of technical data, hardware, software, and qualification artifacts in full compliance with export license regulations.
Business Unit: Sikorsky

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