“The BD Director is to identify, qualify, and secure new contracts across a broad spectrum of Federal Health Agencies. The successful BD Director will lead the capture of new business awards through developing teams and solutions responsive to the customer needs, leveraging superior intelligence on existing work, teaming with the right partners, and proposing innovative and compelling solutions to meet customer requirements. The capture director will capitalize on the company’s established range of service offerings for Federal customers, all delivered via industry best practices and processes. The candidate will develop strategies (i.e. win themes; management solution; technical solution; teaming; pricing); coordinate corporate resources; build teams of subcontractors; assess competition; present decision gate briefings to executive management; manage bid and proposal funding; from the decision to bid to the post submission phase of an opportunity. Will coordinate with proposal development; contracts; pricing and oversee bid completions. Will participate in special projects as required. Develop strategies (i.e. win themes; technical solution); coordinate corporate resources; build teams of subcontractors; assess competition; present decision gate briefings to executive management; from the decision to bid to the post submission phase of an opportunity.”
“The BD Director shall:
- Have a proven Track record capturing large opportunities in the Full & Open market, as well as GWACs/IDIQs vehicles ·
- Collaborate with executive leadership, account managers, and technical groups to coordinate business development activities…” Read the full job description here.
G2X TAKE: Recently identified as one of the Federal Health Consulting Firms Creating a Buzz in the 1st Half of 2018, this fast rising consulting firm, focused on providing agile software engineering, user experience design, cloud services, and digital strategy services that address government’s most pressing missions, is seeking an executive to help support the capture of new business in the Federal Health market.