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Innovation Contracts Analyst in Cranberry Township, PA at Westinghouse Electric Company

Date Posted: 11/20/2018

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Job Description

Job ID: 28483BR

Energize your career with Westinghouse Electric Company! Our commitment to safe, clean nuclear energy is second to none, and we’re proud of our rich heritage of technical innovation and commitment to our global customers’ success. If you are interested in being a part of a company that values exceeding customer expectations and providing future generations around the globe with emission-free energy, we want to hear from you.

We currently have an exciting opportunity for an Innovation Contracts Analyst on our Innovation Process and Key Metrics team at our global headquarters location in Cranberry Township, PA. The Principal Contract Analyst should expect to be responsible for the following:
  • Lead DOE and other externally funded innovation project contract management
    • Negotiating with sub-contractors
    • Pricing and cost calculations
    • Maintaining subject matter expertise of government rules for contract management
    • Supporting University-led government funded R&D/innovation projects
EOE of Minorities/Females/Vets/Disability


Minimum Requirements:

Bachelor's Degree or equivalent
5+ years experience in cost development
Accounting and finance knowledge
Experience with government funded contract management preferred


Benefits:

Employees enjoy a comprehensive benefits package including Competitive Pay, Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance, Short Term Disability & Long Term Disability, Life & Accident Insurance, Flexible Spending Accounts, 401(k) Savings Plan, and Paid Vacation. We also offer a number of work/life programs such as flextime and a variety of training and development opportunities.

Notice:

Employment opportunities for positions in the United States may require use of information which is subject to the export control regulations of the United States. Hiring decisions for such positions are required by law to be made in compliance with these regulations. Applicants for employment opportunities in other countries must be able to meet the comparable export control requirements of that country and of the United States.