The proposal writer interprets customer requirements and works with SME’s to write clear, concise and compliant response to RFP requirements. Writing assignments may include but are not limited to white papers, RFI’s, management plans technical content and solutions, past performance and corporate experience, staffing plans, resumes, and transition plans.
Primary Responsibilities include:
• Work collaboratively with operations teams, subject matter experts, and leadership to capture key concepts and ideas while maintaining consistency in messaging and strategy through the use of proper tone/voice.
• Responsible for the successful execution of the Fluor capture and proposal plan and delivery of complaint and compelling products to include proposals, EN’s and FPR’s
• Writing of white papers, RFI’s, management plans technical content and solutions, past performance and corporate experience, staffing plans, resumes, and transition plans.
To be Considered Candidates:
Must be authorized to work in the country where the position is located.
Basic Job Requirements
• Accredited (4) year degree or global equivalent in applicable field of study and 6 years of prior relevant experience OR Masters degree with 4 years prior relevant experience
• Technical/Proposal writer with Business Development and Federal proposal experience
• Use of strategic thinking, analytical, and problem solving skills to drive winning solutions and approaches into proposal products
• Ability to communicate to effect a positive impact
• Ability to adapt to schedule changes, Work statement changes and other customer directed changes to ensure complaint products are written
• Teamwork is an essential requirement of the position and the successful candidate will be expected to be able to work effectively with a diverse and dispersed group of people, while working under tight deadlines in a high stress environment
• Ability to attend to detail and work in a time-conscious and time-effective manner
Other Job Requirements
• Ability to work unpredictable schedules, including overtime, evenings, and weekends; and often holidays
• Ability to travel up to 25% of the year
• Knowledge of Shipley methodology
• APMP Certification
• Ability to obtain a clearance