Fluor Small Business Liaison Officer in Greenville, South Carolina
This position provides leadership in the organization for development, execution, monitoring, and reporting of small business subcontracting program requirements. The Small Business Liaison Officer assumes overall responsibility of Fluor Government Group Small Business Program, ensuring that the program is managed compliantly and in accordance with the FAR, other applicable law, and company corporate policies and guidelines.
The position requires the application of knowledge gained from experience and expertise to the job duties and responsibilities. The position will make decisions in areas that may impact the organization and its employees, clients, budgets, policies, procedures, work practices, or compliance programs.
This position provides leadership in the organization for development, execution, monitoring, and reporting of small business subcontracting program requirements. The Small Business Liaison Officer assumes overall responsibility of Fluor Government Group Small Business Program, ensuring that the program is managed compliantly and in accordance with the FAR, other applicable law, and company corporate policies and guidelines. This position provides small business program management oversight for procurement and contract management activities on Fluor projects. This role assures, through assigned procurement and contract administrators, compliance with all statutes, regulations, and contract terms and conditions related to Small Business Programs and the flow down of such requirements into lower-tier agreements. The position requires the Small Business Liaison Officer manager to report to project, department and company senior leadership on the health of the assigned project(s); participate in developing and approving small business procurement and contracting strategies. The individual will review interface with SBA, DOE, DOE, DOS, and other agency Small Business Program Managers.
Principal Job Duties & Responsibilities
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:
• Develops individual Small Business Subcontracting Plans for Federal Agency contracts, proposals and modifications including dollar values and percentages for small business participation
• Ensures Small Business Subcontracting Plans submitted with proposals are compliant with FAR, DFARS, DEAR and RFP requirements and guidelines
• Ensures the FGG Small Business Program is implemented compliantly and consistently at all FGG-managed sites
• Oversees the Small Business Leadership Team comprised of Small Business Program Administrators at various FGG sites
• Monitors the execution of Small Business Subcontracting Plans upon contract award, ensuring the Plans are implemented compliantly and according to the goals and strategies outlined in the Plan
• Prepares semi-annual government-mandated Individual and Summary Subcontracting Reports and submits them in a timely manner through the Electronic Subcontracting Report Systems (eSRS)
• Prepares any additional reports requested by federal government agencies, clients, and/or FGG management that demonstrate small business performance
• Prepares and evaluates small business performance data for periodic review by FGG Project and Senior Management teams, analyzing trends and preparing corrective actions plans if necessary
• Assists, as required, in compliance reviews with the Small Business Administration and other oversight agencies
• Maintains ongoing awareness of Federal regulations impacting the Small Business Program and implements changes to FGG policies, procedures, etc. as appropriate.
• Provides procedural guidance and ensures that procurement and contracting policies and procedures are structured for effective consideration of and participation by small business concerns
• Compiles and maintains a readiness database of potential SB concerns to assist contract and procurement personnel in sourcing and contracting with small businesses
• Conducts periodic training for procurement and contracting staff as well as other FGG personnel
• Represents Fluor Government Group at small business conferences and in meetings with state and federal government agencies
• Develop small business program project standards and procedures• Develop client relationships through interfacing with representatives, providing reports, and conducting superior execution; lead client and contractor presentations and meetings
• Participate in the pre-qualification process of subcontractors; monitor and track subcontractors’ compliance to Small Business Administration requirements and Fluor’s Health, Safety, and Environmental (HSE), Quality, and Finance procedures currently in place
• Review and provide prime contract flow-down language; prepare select sections (e.g., Special Terms) and obtain legal approval
• Participate in Prime Contract Business Risk Assessment – Business Risk Management Framework (BRMF) and development of Contract Risk Assessment Matrices
• Review and approve Small Business Plans and award recommendations
• Leverage internal and external resources to administer policies and procedures consistently across all business lines, functions, and locations
• Analyze situations, identify and forecast pertinent problems and evaluate realistic options; and recommend/implement appropriate course of action
• Organize and prioritize a variety of complex projects and multiple tasks in an effective and timely manner, set priorities, and meet critical time deadlines
• Maintain compliance with all applicable policies, procedures, and global standards
• Adhere to and support Fluor's Health, Safety & Environmental and Sustainability Policies
• Effectively develop and apply the Core Skills to the job
• May need to travel to attend to business related matters
• Meet expectations on attendance and punctuality
• Other duties as assigned
Job ID: 125243BR
State: South Carolina
Country: United States
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