Contract Settlements Analyst

About Caribou Thunder

Caribou Thunder, LLC is a Woman Owned, HUBZone Certified, Native American Owned, SBA and SDB Certified global engineering services company, incorporated in 2006.

Caribou Thunder is a Global Service Provider supporting a wide variety of DoD, Space, and Intelligence programs with consistent growth since inception to over 100 associates and $10M in annual sales with solid performance in 35 states across the U.S. and 22 countries around the world. Caribou Thunder, LLC is an established Defense contractor with nearly 20 years of experience delivering engineering services worldwide.  We offer industry leading salaries, flexible work life balance, full range of benefits (career development and mentoring, PTO, medical, dental, vision, life insurance, disability insurance, and 401k match).  Caribou Thunder, LLC offers meaningful career opportunities within a true team-based environment, where each and every employee matters, contributing to a higher goal supporting National Security programs. 

Caribou Thunder, LLC is committed to hiring and maintaining a diverse workforce. We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action-Employer, making decisions without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, national origin, age, veteran status, disability, or any other protected class. United States citizenship is a requirement for all positions.

Contracts Settlements Analyst

Location: Chantilly, VA

Schedule: Full Time



Caribou Thunder is seeking a Contracts Settlements Analyst to be a part of a contracts team that supports multiple division contracts. This is a fast-paced environment in an office setting. The main responsibilities are processing contract actions and close outs.


  • TS/SCI



  • Bachelor’s degree in contracts, business administration, or contract law field plus 5 years’ experience as a Government Contracting Officer


  • Certification (e.g., Certified Professional Contracts Manager “CPCM”, Certified Federal Contracts Manager “CFCM”, or industry certification offered by National Contracts Management Association)




  • Work independently on closeouts, tasked with additional contract modifications as needed.
  • Interact with contractors to get modifications completed and contracts settled.
  • Communicate well verbally with team and written documentation of contract actions.
  • Core hours are 9am to 3pm. Flexible work schedule permitted outside the core hours. No weekend work expected and no extended hours. No travel or relocation required.
  • Review and analyze contract files to ensure all documentation is present, complete and accurate. 
  • Determine values and funding on contract to ensure the close out process can proceed. 
  • Determine if un-liquated obligations exist and work with the contracting officer, contracting officer technical representative, and contractor to remove excess funding or adjust funding and value as needed.
  • Verify all actions on the contract close-out check list have been completed. 
  • Generate modifications to transfer the contract file to the settlements team.
  • Ensure coordination with the contracting officer, contracting officer technical representative and contractor in disposition documentation. 
  • Works with the contracting officer to prepare property disposition letters to vendors.
  • Prepare, for contracting officer's review, closeout packages for firm fixed-priced contracts. 





  • Experience working with reporting software and contracts management systems or willing to learn via computer-based training and electronic user guides.
  • Must be familiar with the Federal acquisition regulations. No certifications needed.
  • Must be proficient in Word and Excel. Advanced Outlook user.
  • Understands government property and relevant clauses, policies, and regulations to complete all property disposition relevant to the contract action.
  • Must have excellent oral and written communication skills with different groups and audiences on behalf of the procurement entity. 

Technical Program

Chantilly, VA

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