On Call Counsel is seeking a junior transactional attorney for a long-term contract position (with the possibility of a permanent job) at a prestigious government agency.
• Assist with the coordination of procurement activities required for the processing of assigned procurement portfolios
• Assist in the pre-solicitation review of the proposed initiatives for Agency Program Areas, which includes the assessment of the appropriateness of the Program Areas recommendation for procurement path/ method
• Maintain procurement databases, such as PASSPort and the Office of Contracts Procurement Tracking System (PTS), to track contract milestones
• Assist in the development of appropriate planning tools, strategies, reports, charts, and logs to document the processing of all Agency and Mayoral procurement initiatives
• Develop reports/correspondence for the ACCO, addressing issues with vendors or contractors who provide goods and services to DSS/ HRA/ DHS
• Actively participate in the conducting of Pre-Proposal Conferences by the Division
SKILLS & EXPERIENCE:
Applying for a Transactional Attorney position is easy! All you need to apply is:
• Recently admitted to practice in New York
• Some contracts/procurement experience preferred, but not required. Candidate should at least have a demonstrated interest in doing contracts and/or procurement
• Excellent legal writing skills
• Must be detailed oriented
This job is presented to you by On Call Counsel, a division of the TemPositions Group of Companies. Enjoy exceptional compensation, benefits, and a wealth of opportunities in government and private entities. To learn more about employment opportunities, visit our website at www.oncallcounsel.com.
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