Sunday, December 18, 2011

Job Opening: Cost Price Analyst (Port of Seattle)

Last week in my holiday greeting blog post, I said I would take a break from blogging until the new year. 

However, the Port of Seattle has just posted a newly created position that for which applications close on December 30th.  The job might be a nice late Christmas present for someone - so I couldn't resist the opportunity to let you know about it.  The Port is recruiting externally for this position and has not identified any internal candidates for the job. 

Port of Seattle
  • Position: Cost Price Analyst
  • Location: Seattle, Washington
  • Closing Date:  Friday, December 30, 2011 (midnight)
  • Salary: Minimum $69,108 to Midpoint $86,366
  • Job Summary:  Perform a full range of complex professional duties related to the analysis of cost elements and overhead rates to achieve fair and reasonable prices for Port services.  Analyze consultant billing rates and cost proposals for reasonableness of costs and compliance with FAR requirements.  Prepare negotiation strategy memos based on research.  Develop training materials related to negotiations.  Create and update Port database of billing rates by classification.
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