Rigil Corporation

2016-055 Proposal Manager

Location

Washington, DC

Type

Full Time

2016-055 Proposal Manager

About Rigil

Rigil is an award-winning, woman-owned, 8(a) small disadvantaged business that specializes in technology consulting, strategy consulting and product development. We value teamwork and strive to build strong leaders.

Location

Washington, D.C.

Job type

Full time

Purpose 

The Proposal Manager will manage the multiple proposal efforts including being responsible for the coordination, planning, preparation and support of proposals.. This individual will work directly with capture managers to refine our win strategy through technical solutions development, effective teaming, staffing and pricing strategies. This individual works with a capture team to advance opportunities through the pipeline and develop winning proposals.  

Duties and responsibilities 

  • Lead internal capture planning for each opportunity identified as a capture. This includes all pre-proposal activities, including intelligence gathering; identifying stakeholders; performing a competitor analysis; conducting client research; attending pre-bid meetings; identifying primes and sub-contractors and forming teaming arrangements.

  • Plan, document, and manage the internal and external capture project efforts before and after RFP release.

  • Determine what the potential customer needs to fulfill the requirements of the opportunity.

  • Analyze the organization’s strategic plans to align a win strategy and prepare a plan for the proposal development phase.

  • Prepare initial assessment of the technical, financial, schedule or any other unusual risks associated with a proposal.

  • Monitor, review, and direct weekly proposal progress from a top management perspective, ensuring adherence to the Shipley process and proposal schedule.

  • Responsible for preparation/review of the proposal write-ups. Review and edit all texts to ensure proposal is error free.

  • Ensures the proposal is prepared in a timely manner to comply with internal review requirements and customer requirements.

  • Ensure final compliance of proposal with all RFI and RFP requirements.

  • Manage red team reviews.

  • Quality control to ensure that all outgoing proposals are compliant, responsive, compelling, top-quality, and competitive.

  • Ensure proposal meets the requirements of the customer and clearly define the scope of work to the client.

  • Know specifically how to present a proposal in a way that leads to an optimal score or evaluation from official representatives.

  • Obtain feed back from projects for “lessons learned” to incorporate in future proposals.

Minimum qualifications

  • 5 years of demonstrated experience

  • Bachelor's degree in related field is required

  • Self-motivated, detail-oriented, and well-organized

  • Demonstrated leadership, creativity, listening, and decision-making skills

  • Excellent professional interpersonal skills

  • Excellent research, analytical and time management skills

Application instructions

To be considered for this position please apply at www.rigil.com/careers. 

Rigil is an equal opportunity employer

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We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

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