Business Development Manager - Government Contractor

NW Recruiters is seeking a Business Development Manager. This role will be responsible for performing a variety of administrative duties; research and track procurement opportunities; assist with the proposal process and provide support on other various business development initiatives. This position reports to the Vice President of Business Development.
Monitor, identify, track, analyze, and evaluate procurement opportunities
Provide technical services to include: proposal back office management; assist Business Development staff as assigned; perform packaging and delivery of proposals, etc.
Participating in full life cycle of proposal development
Working with compliances matrices
Analyzing RFPs, RFQs, and RFIs
Maintain daily record keeping, including organization of library and database
Gather, analyze, organize and filter information
Conduct research
Perform extensive word-processing, formatting, spreadsheet production and file and configuration management tasks
Support multiple simultaneous proposal efforts
Minimum 5 years of significant on-the-job experience and documented work history in an administrative or business development role. Working knowledge of MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint), and Adobe Acrobat applications required. Knowledge of Visio and Photoshop are a plus. Strong organizational and interpersonal skills are required.
Bachelor's degree preferred
Thorough knowledge of Business Development processes
Thorough knowledge of Federal procurement process preferred
Experience with proposal development and production for Government Contractor preferred
Ability to effectively communicate with department team members and other corporate departments, both orally and in writing
Ability to concentrate on details
Ability to organize work and prioritize work load
Command of the English language, including excellent spelling, grammar, punctuation, forms and syntax
Demonstrated ability to work independently and in a team environment
Able to work effectively under time pressure and/or deadlines
Ability to periodically work extended hours
Flexibility. Ability to switch gears quickly

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