Marketing Proposal Strategist
- Full Time
Position: Marketing Proposal Strategist
Location: Brea, CA
Status: Full Time
Starts: Late September
Rate: salary (DOE + Bonus)
Our client is a leading full-service engineering, architecture, construction firm headquartered in Kansas City and needs a Marketing Proposal Strategist to join their team this fall.
The Marketing Proposal Strategist will be responsible for developing proposal plans and RFPs positioning the company and its capabilities to win work for the company. In collaboration with business development and project management leadership, you will conduct the overall proposal development efforts, from inception to completion.
Marketing Proposal Strategist responsibilities:
- Develop proposal plan, draft storyboards, develop proposal win strategy, proposal team assignments, and initial proposal management plan
- Review and adjust marketing materials in response to team review and requests
- Conduct official proposal kickoff meetings and coordinate the development of graphics and visuals
- Develop a negotiated contract outline and deliver proposal services per feedback and reviews
- Support the development of metrics, including change orders, safety, budget, schedule, diversity goals, and community involvement activities
- Assist with the submittal for industry awards (ACEC; ENR) local trade or national trade publications
- Attends professional associations, conferences, and build professional network and trade shows. Set up and prepare the booth.
Marketing Proposal Strategist requirements:
- 4+ years of marketing, business development or sales with a professional services team
- Must have Proposal / RFP writing experience, preferably in the Architecture, Engineering and Construction spaces
- APMP certification, or equivalent, preferred.
- Excellent written & verbal communication skills.
- Proficiency with Adobe InDesign strongly preferred in order to edit and arrange proposals throughout the process.
If you feel you are qualified for this position please send your resume (and samples if applicable) to: