Deadline: 22 June 2019
Palladium is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of Analyst, Business Development, Health in Washington, DC, United States.
The Analyst, Business Development, Health is responsible to completes a variety of administrative support tasks to facilitate proposal and project teams’ ability to achieve positive impact across a variety of Palladium projects and activities.
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Key Jobs Responsibilities
The Analyst, Business Development, Health will perform the following functions:
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- Provide general coordination and administrative support to capture and proposal teams.
- Support all aspects of the business development process in an effort to master all requirements and develop skills to lead marketing, capture and proposal development.
- Conduct desk research in support of specific opportunities or general market intelligence.
- Monitor government listings and public sources of business intelligence and prepare and circulate intelligence briefs.
- Support administrative requirements for hiring consultants and processing agreements and payments for completed work.
- Support the capture manager during pre-RFP stages and the proposal manager during a live bid to coordinate the process through each stage and final delivery to the client.
- Provide general coordination and administrative support to the capture manger or the proposal manager and the capture/proposal team, including setting up and maintaining files and records.
- Support preparation of kick-off meeting and requisite documents, including calendar, outlines, production checklist under the guidance of the proposal manager.
- Support the proposal manager in finalizing teaming agreements.
- Coordinate with partners to collect required documentation, verifies documents are accurate and complete, and tracks missing information alerting the proposal manager and proposal team of the status of deliverable and any gaps or anticipated issues.
- Help the proposal manager arrange and set up meetings (i.e., daily check-ins, color team reviews, partner meetings) and takes and circulates notes.
- Work with assigned recruiter to track progress on recruiting and securing staff and the collection of all required documentation and alerts capture or proposal manager of any missing information or anticipated issues.
- Draft, review, edit, and format PPRs, resumes, and/or other assigned proposal sections to be tailored to the requirements of the RFP.
- Confirm hard copy files and e-files are organized and complete after proposal submission.
Applicants must have:
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- Relevant work experience and education.
- Project management and/or administrative support experience with DFID, DFAT, USAID or other donor client(s).
- Fluency in Spanish, Arabic, or French both written and verbal, is preferred, but not required.
- U.S. citizenship or authorization to legally work in the United States is required.
- Key competencies and professional expertise required.
- Understanding of administrative and/or executive assistance.
- Good critical thinking, attention to detail, and organizational skills.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Ability to process routine financial tasks and maintain accurate records.
- Sound problem solving and decision-making skills.
- Ability to work independently and as a part of a team.
- Willingness to travel on short-term assignments overseas.
How to Apply
Applicants must submit their applications through online process.
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