Government & Public Services Pursuit Coordinator TS/SC I.
Must have Active Security Clearance - Top Secret/ SCI or SCI eligible
Are you up to the challenge of being a trusted business advisor with an opportunity to influence business strategy at one the world's leading professional services firms? If you have experience with the complete acquisition proposal lifecycle and an interest in leading "must-win" proposal opportunities, Deloitte's Government and Public-Services (GPS) team is the place for you! Join our team of professionals in delivering strategic and tactical guidance to senior leadership in support of pursuit development efforts.
Work you'll do As a Pursuit Coordinator you will have responsibility across multiple, concurrent projects. This position is characterized by shifting priorities, stringent deadlines, last minute requirements, and occasional evening/weekend hours to accomplish task within non-negotiable client deadlines. As a Pursuit Coordinator on our team you will:
Assist the Pursuit Managers with the development and maintenance of proposal management tools / templates by analyzing RFPs and helping to determine appropriate response formats
Work as part of a team and working collaboratively to produce large volumes of work with consistent quality
Provide clear and effective communications
Provide document management and controls
Works closely with the Graphic Designers, Formatters and Editors to provide direction, track status, and maintain schedules
Effectively use of procedures, tools and templates
Properly interpreting solicitation requirements governing document organization and production
Provide accurate and timely communications regarding document status, proposal team meetings and formal reviews
Directing design and production support staff to create and consistently apply templates, formats, and styles per Request for Proposal (RFP) requirements, GPS guidelines, and Deloitte U.S. Firms' standards
Assist with digital delivery - managing file size, naming convention is accordance with RFP etc.
Manage smaller proposals as appropriate
Manage specific sections of the proposal (ex. small business volume)
Update graphics with minor edits (i.e., typos, name changes)
Plan and coordinate final production activities
Ensuring quality and responsiveness of all work
Must be legally authorized to work in the United States without the need for employer sponsorship, now or at any time in the future.
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