MORSE is an innovative, employee-owned, tech company located in Kendall Square in Cambridge, MA specializing in solving multi-disciplinary problems faced by the US National Security Ecosystem. Our specially selected team of engineers, software developers and scientists develop algorithms, software integrated prototypes and solutions for Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Manned and Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Mission Planning, and Situational Awareness.

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MORSE Corp is seeking a full-time contract administrator to be responsible for structuring, negotiating, and administering new and existing contracts. Contract types include both US DoD prime contracts, as well as subcontracts and commercial item purchase orders.

In addition, the candidate will maintain, oversee, and administer NDA’s and other collaborative corporate agreements.

The candidate will recommend, develop, and implement processes for purchasing and contract management to ensure process scalability as MORSE grows. This includes adoption of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software. 

REQUIREMENTS

  • US CITIZENSHIP REQUIRED or the ability to obtain a U.S. Security Clearance

  • Minimum of 5 years of work experience in defense contracting

  • Experience reviewing and/or drafting contracts, subcontracts, and NDAs

  • Experience/familiarity with industry standard ERP solutions (Deltek, Unanet, Jamis)

  • Ability to represent MORSE during contract negotiations with government contracting officers

  • Ability to represent MORSE during contract negotiations with subcontractors and vendors

  • Demonstrated ability to achieve business goals and objectives with minimal supervision

  • Outstanding organizational, time management, and process management skills and exceptional attention to detail

  • Demonstrated ability to maintain contract files and records

  • Proven interpersonal skills and experience building strong relationships

DESIRABLE SKILLS/ATTRIBUTES

  • Formal legal training/background/degree

  • Experience with commercial technology development contracting

  • Experience with technology licensing

  • Experience with DCAA compliance and audit

 

The team at MORSE takes pride in being the smart team that is easy to work with. We focus on steady, long-term success while maintaining a collaborative, enjoyable work experience for its employees. Our team values work-life balance through flexibility and other programs, along with a comprehensible benefits package for employees and families. For more information, please visit www.morsecorp.com.

 

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