Federal Proposal Manager
Quincy, MA 02171
Top 3 Required Skills?
· Experience in Federal proposal writing, ability to write technically, persuasively and articulately.
· Experienced cradle-to-grave proposals (RFPs, RFIs, RFQs etc.) drafting/contributing to EIS / Federal responses.
· Ability to identify problems and/or inefficiencies and independently offer/implement practical solutions.
Home Run Skill?
· EIS / Federal, cradle-to-grave Proposal Writing experience.
· Experience in proposal writing – ability to write persuasively and articulately.
· Experience in drafting and/or contributing to proposals (RFPs, RFIs, RFQs etc.) responses.
· Ability to identify problems and/or inefficiencies and independently offer/implement practical solutions. Creativity and initiative.
· Must be able/willing to do technical writing AND work in Excel.
· Ability to work independently, prioritize workload, and meet deadlines.
· Experience working in a fast-paced environment with proven ability to prioritize and multi-task.
· Exceptional organizational skills and attention to detail.
· Strong coordination and planning skills.
· Must be technologically savvy in order to navigate and organize electronic submissions and online bids.
· Must be able to thrive in a high pressure, fast paced work environment with strict deadlines.
· Excellent internal and external negotiation skills. Must interface effectively with internal management, and customer representatives including contracting officers and specialists.
· Computer skills, including advanced proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, PowerPoint, MS Office, MS Word).
· US Citizenship Required.
· Bachelor’ s degree (required for conversion)
· Prior representation of telecommunication clients or employment within the telecommunications industry.
· Prior experience with telecom or government contracting requirements, including Federal acquisition vehicles and statewide contracts.
· Working knowledge of government contracting concepts, including Federal Acquisition Regulations, federal supply schedules, multiple award schedules, firm fixed price contracts, and IDIQ contracts.
· Professional certifications such as CPCM, CFCM, or CCCM