• Proposal Manager/Writer

    Posted Date 5 months ago(10/29/2018 2:11 PM)
    1200 6th Ave.
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  • Overview

    Sealaska Government Services is seeking a Proposal Manager/Writer (PMW) to join our growing team and lead capture and proposal development for contract pursuits of varying complexity. The PMW drives disciplined application of our business development process to capture, grow, and retain work across our three lines of business; environmental remediation, construction, and IT/data analytics. The PMW manages our federal and commercial contract proposals by: (1) developing and driving proposal schedules and reviews; (2) ensuring our proposals are compliant with RFP requirements (including development of response template, annotated outline and compliance matrix); and (3) writing high-quality proposal content, including resumes and project descriptions. Only Seattle, WA area candidates will be considered for this role. 


    Additional duties include:

    • Prepare generic and opportunity-specific SOQs and capability statements
    • Maintain information for and prepare responses to standard federal procurement requests such as RFIs, Sources Sought Notices, RFPs, and RFQs
    • Collaborate with capture team to develop win strategies and win plans with clear and distinctive differentiators, value propositions, technical solutions, and pricing strategies that enhance our competitive position
    • Integrate and work directly with various levels of technical and sales staff to carry out the Sealaska message through proposal development
    • Manage proposal schedule, expectations and assignments throughout the proposal process


    • Bachelor’s degree in English, marketing, journalism, public relations, professional communications or a related field
    • Minimum 5 years of federal ID/IQ contract proposal preparation experience
    • Ability to extract knowledge from subject matter experts and convert to compelling proposal content
    • Superior writing skills and the ability to perform effectively in a fast-paced, results-oriented environment with limited oversight
    • Excellent coordination and communication skills, strong technical writing skills, editorial and quality assurance expertise and experience leading a team
    • Self-motivated and well organized
    • Flexibility and willingness to work extended hours and weekends, when necessary, including some holidays during proposal preparation efforts
    • Desktop publishing and graphic design experience is desired but not required.

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