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Senior Proposal Manager

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Senior Proposal Manager

Category: Business Consulting, Strategy and Digital Transformation

City: Fairfax, Virginia, US United States

Position ID: J0421-0720

Employment Type: Full Time

Position Description:

Be a part of a dynamic and high-performing proposal group here at CGI. Our team of 30 proposal professionals works on strategic corporate opportunities to support critical IT and mission support programs for a wide variety of U.S. Government agencies. You will work with an impressive group of technical experts, marketing professionals, and dynamic leaders to craft compelling and substantive proposal responses for our customers.

Within CGI’s Federal Proposal Group (FPG), teamwork is paramount. We have a team-oriented culture, environment and infrastructure that expects and values high performance and achievement, but is fully supportive of a desirable work/life balance. Proposal schedules can be demanding, but our group supports one another enabling proposal managers to have an appropriate level of down time between jobs. Managers have the autonomy to manage their schedule and their individual opportunities as appropriate. Working from home when possible and/or adjusting schedules as necessary based on the workload is encouraged. You operate in a cooperative and collaborative environment where you will learn from the best and be a mentor for others. An ideal environment for the right, high-performing Senior Proposal Manager.

Your future duties and responsibilities:

This individual will operate in a leadership role, responsible for engineering compliant, compelling, competitive, high-quality winning proposals. As a Senior Proposal Manager, this person will partner with Account teams to form a high performing proposal team in the pursuit of strategic, federal opportunities.

The individual is required to have both broad and specific knowledge across business, financial, contractual, personnel, project, proposal management, oral presentation coaching, and document development domains to successfully engineer high quality proposals in the DoD marketplace.

The Senior Proposal Manager has direct accountability for four primary aspects of CGI Federal Proposal Group (FPG) operations:

(1) leading proposal engineering of complex, large opportunities

(2) performance management of FPG matrixed team members

(3) significant contribution to the development and continuous improvement of proposal engineering processes, tools, and templates.


Proposal management and engineering of all proposal lifecycle activities to include:

• Interpretation of solicitation requirements or source selection regulations and approach on individual opportunities

• Matrixed team management and facilitation

• Theme development

• RFP decomposition

• Schedule development

• Storyboard/template development

• Formal kickoff meetings

• Author mentoring, training, and working sessions to include content refinement ensuring compliance and alignment with proposal theme and messaging

• Formal and informal proposal reviews

• Post-submission support [e.g., clarifications/items for notification (IFNs) and final proposal revisions (FPRs)]

• Conducting lessons learned to include Government debrief analysis

• Serve as volume lead

• Able to develop and edit content (acting as contributor and editor)

• Oral proposal development, script development, and coaching

• Operational staff management, including scoping and monitoring proposal efforts, setting priorities, and aligning resources

• Contribution to development, implementation, and continuous improvement of the FPG processes, supporting tools, templates, and artifacts, and knowledge management platform

• Planning resource allocation with the Director, Proposal Management Group for assigned opportunities

• Gathering metrics and monitoring status of proposal activities and expenditures

Required qualifications to be successful in this role:

Bachelors degree plus at least 6 years of directly related proposal management experience (relevant to the duties described above) in the Federal Government marketplace. Additional experience with the following is required:

• Experience with industry - best practices in Federal proposal management (such as Shipley or similar process)

• Proposal writing to include mentoring/training proposal contributors and Volume Lead experience

• Editorial practice and standards

• Broad and specific range of Federal, State, and local government procurement regulations and practices (including FAR and DFAR)

• Significant experience working with Microsoft Office suite of products (Word, Excel, Powerpoint)


Strong experience working with teams and oral presentations using virtual environments such as Microsoft Teams is a plus.

Some level of experience and familiarity with leading teams to develop and deliver oral presentations associated with procurements is a plus, but not a firm requirement. This includes acting as an orals “coach” as the team rehearses delivery of the presentation, to ensure participants are following best practices, overcoming their speaking limitations/issues, and effectively communicating the content of the oral presentation.


What you can expect from us:

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