GovernmentCIO

  • Proposal Writer

    Job Locations US-DC-Washington
    Posted Date 4 weeks ago(4/26/2018 10:43 AM)
    Job ID
    2018-1306
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Sales
  • Overview

    GovernmentCIO, a Federal Government IT and management services firm, is currently looking for a proposal writer to help keep up with our growing workload. Proposal writers will support the development of compelling RFP and RFQs, along with RFIs and white papers, for federal clients. Proposal writers may also support miscellaneous writing tasks as needed by senior management.

    Responsibilities

    • Experience with and understanding of the federal proposal process
    • Strong written communication skills and grasp of English grammar
    • Experience working with SMEs and/or independently to develop original content that addresses all requirements, ideally with a technical/IT focus
    • Experience translating technical ideas and concepts from senior leadership and SMEs into concise, non-technical narratives
    • Proven track record of supporting winning federal proposals
    • Experience being able to redirect or adjust approaches quickly
    • Creativity
    • Strong understanding of AP style
    • Excellent oral communication skills
    • Strong analytical skills and ability to quickly synthesize large quantities of information
    • Ability to quickly learn about and understand a variety of new topics and concepts
    • Ability to collaborate with a variety of people across an organization
    • Ability to work well in a collaborative, team environment
    • Experience meeting tight deadlines
    • Entire MS office (experience with Office 365 and SharePoint a bonus, but not required)

    Qualifications

    Education Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree (Ideally in an area that has strong emphasis on writing and analysis)
    Years of Experienced Required: 1-5 years of experience working, with at least one year of specific experience supporting federal proposals

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