CGI is seeking an individual with a broad strategic perspective and demonstrated performance leading a team tasked with developing, implementing and delivering information technology (IT) solutions to problems. Specifically, this role will support major business development opportunities within the Department of Energy.
Your future duties and responsibilities:
• Build positive relationships with the Department of Energy in order to better understand and proactively respond to their needs, promote CGI full services offerings and help clients meet their strategic and tactical goals.
• Act as CGI lead, trusted advisor and business partner in identifying client needs and developing business process and technology solutions that solve critical issues and support organizational priorities.
• Work in partnership with CGI Business Units (BU) Opportunity Leads and Proposal Managers to develop and implement detailed win strategies and tactics, holding main responsibility for the pre-RFP capture/marketing effort with internal and external teammates.
• Respond to request for information (RFI) or sources sought requests as appropriate, coordinating the requisite resources needed for a response and ensuring the right message is conveyed for the RFI response, and in consideration of CGI Federal’s win strategy.
• Attract, build and develop talent, to ensure teams drive innovation and foster collaboration.
Required qualifications to be successful in this role:
• Bachelor’s degree or higher in a relevant technical field
• Prior project experience should have 10+ years of experience working on US Federal projects or programs, with at least 4 years serving successfully in positions of major responsibilities such as managing P&L for a portfolio of projects
• Ability to travel to different client sites around the US.
• Solid relationships within the DOE and with key government contracting personnel in the company’s core business lines.
• Working knowledge of the different areas of DOE: national labs, critical infrastructure, nuclear, other.
• Possesses relationships with firms doing business in DOE and ability to form teaming partnerships.
• Experience and passion for developing "white space" opportunities
• Ability to constructively influence and interact at the highest levels of the company and in target customer agencies.
• Demonstrable ability to identify emerging business trends resulting in strategy recommendations to senior management, with a particular focus on understanding how to demonstrate technology differentiators.
• Attention to detail, and strong communication, negotiation, client facing and client relationship building skills.
• Due to the nature of the government contract requirements and/or clearance requirements, US citizenship is required.
• As a Federal Contractor, all members of CGI Federal, regardless of role or work location are required to be fully vaccinated effective January 18th 2022 under the current policy, and be willing to provide proof of status, with the exception of those with approved medical or religious accommodations.
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