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Proposal Manager

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Our organization is currently seeking a qualified
Proposal Manager
who will be responsible for leading, managing, and supporting the
proposal

development life-cycle for all assigned

proposal
s.

Proposal
s may be for Federal and/or State Government pursuits, may vary in size from small to large, and may require a variety of solutions. The
P
roposal
M
anager

is responsible for administering

proposal

processes, ensuring configuration management, ensuring compliance, providing guidance and assistance to authors, administering

proposal

related resources, preparing

proposal

related reports, etc. Tasks managed include Requests for

proposal

(RFP) Analysis, Kick-Off Meetings, Status Calls,

proposal

Development,

proposal

Writing, Color Reviews,

proposal

Production, etc. The
P
roposal
M
anager

may also be called upon to assist in the preparation of responses to Requests for Information.
The P
roposal
M
anager
plays a critical role in the development of 100% compliant, compelling, and winning
proposal
s. They will leverage their thorough understanding of and excellence in the activities of the entire
proposal
process from pre-RFP through customer award debriefs. This position reports to the Director of Pr
oposal
Operations.
DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:
Manage the full life cycle of RFP analysis, response development, and submission.
Manage and/or write the technical
proposal
sections, RFI responses, white papers, resumes, past performance citations, or other
proposal
narratives in response to solicitations.
Interpret RFP requirements for compliance mapping.
Develop
proposal
templates, outlines, compliance matrices, resource assignments, production checklists, and bid and
proposal
budgets.
Develop the
proposal
schedule and maintain visibility/report on progress.
Research and organize solutions and content.
Collaborate with the Director of P
roposal
Operations, P
roposal
Coordinators, Capture M
anager
s, Business Development M
anager
s, Authors, Subject Matter Experts, Artists, Program M
anager
s, Support Leads, etc.
Interview SMEs for responses to RFP.
Research and help collect/develop re-usable material for individual authors.
Edit and format documents.
Coordinate, prepare for, and participate in
proposal
meetings and reviews.
Ensure submissions are accurate, complete, and compliant with RFP requirements and editorial specifications, as well as corporate quality and branding standards.
Participate in upkeep of P
roposal
Operations reference databases. Review to ensure complete and correct. Databases include P
roposal
Content, Graphics, Past Performance, Re-usable Assets, etc.
Manage
proposal
document production (printing, binding, CD Rom creation, shipping, etc.)
REQUIRED EXPERIENCE:
Minimum of 5 years experience in the development of large, complex government
proposal
s.
Knowledge of RFP life cycle management and federal procurement regulations (FAR/DFARS).
Must have strong leadership, heavy project management and coordination skills.
Very strong verbal and written skills clear, concise, and complete.
Proven ability to successfully communicate company
proposal
objectives and key characteristics to management and teammates, in writing and oral presentations.
Proven ability to work with/interview Subject Matter Experts to understand and write about complex technical and management approaches.
Excellent people skills - able to work with teams of varying sizes, technical abilities, and levels of authority with both internal corporate staff and teammates.
Advanced ability to manage the RFP/RFI process and the contributing team members (not direct reports).
Skilled in analyzing RFPs and preparing outlines, schedules, and
proposal
templates.
Thorough, detail oriented, and organized, with excellent time management skills and ability to prioritize.
Excellent multi-tasking abilities able to handle multiple projects simultaneously.
Strong analytical skills with solid administrative experience.
Ability to understand and verify compliance.
Skilled in
proposal
management, coordination, and production.
Skilled in desktop publishing and formatting.
Knowledgeable in Microsoft Office Suite including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and other database applications. Able to work under pressure of deadlines.
Able to work long hours and weekends if required.

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