As Sevatec’s BD and Analytics Coordinator, you will own a mission critical role in our business development organization identifying and researching opportunities across Sevatec’s portfolio of accounts and contract vehicles that result in winning contract awards from federal government clients. The Coordinator serves as the functional lead on all matters pertaining to collection of intelligence for contract opportunities and customer research, administration and updating of Sevatec’s business development pipeline management system; sales pipeline analytics and reporting, milestone gate review briefing schedule, and business development vendor relationship management. The Coordinator will be responsible for pipeline development functions including utilization of government procurement forecasts; tools including FPDS, GovWin IQ, Bloomberg Government, and others to obtain information on existing contracts new opportunities (including: incumbent information, and contract value data). Efforts may be in support of Federal Civilian, National Security, Federal Healthcare or other markets; this often requires engaging teams of personnel at multiple locations. Research and pipeline development efforts will encompass a wide range of contract vehicles including GSA Alliant 2, GSA Alliant 2 Small Business, GSA 8(a) STARS II, ITES-3S, CMS SPARC, GSA Schedule 70, and GSA PSS. The Coordinator must have strong technical capabilities utilizing tools like Microsoft Dynamics, Microsoft PowerBI, and Microsoft Excel. The Coordinator will utilize their tech savvy with our current technology stack and introduce new technologies to apply automation to BD pipeline reporting and analytics. The research, knowledge management, and dissemination of pipeline information is integral to our future success!
Sevatec is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law."