Position Openings in Atlanta and Columbus, GA
The Georgia Tech Procurement Assistance Center (GTPAC) is currently recruiting candidates for Procurement Counselor positions located in Atlanta and Columbus, GA. (One position in each location.) The primary job responsibility is counseling and assisting Georgia businesses to more effectively identify, compete for and win contracts at the federal, state, and local government levels. Job duties include: developing and conducting procurement training workshops; providing general guidance in the completion of bid and proposal documents; identifying government contracting opportunities and providing marketing assistance; and researching and assisting in the implementation of government processes and procedures to enable Georgia businesses to more effectively compete for contracts. Must be able to perform public speaking and conduct both group and one-on-one training. Successful candidates must have experience that reflects: comprehensive knowledge, understanding, and application of government contracting principles, practices, and regulations (including the FAR, DFARS and other agency supplements); experience in RFP, RFQ, and IFB preparation, cost and price analysis, and contract administration; and the ability to translate complicated information into a format that is easily understood. Experience in working with small businesses is a plus. Professional certifications are highly desirable, as is a Master’s Degree. Potential Candidates should review all information regarding GTPAC operations on our web site at www.gtpac.org. Selection process will include a pre-employment background check. Send inquiries or your résumé to: Joe Beaulieu, GTPAC Program Manager, at email@example.com.
About the Georgia Tech Procurement Assistance Center (GTPAC)
We help Georgia businesses identify, compete for and win government contracts. Our no-cost assistance comes in the forms of teaching, mentoring and coaching. We also provide our clients with a complete set of tools to research and identify government contracting opportunities, including instruction on how to:
- Conduct market research, find government opportunities, and establish relationships.
- Execute System for Award Management (SAM) and other governmental vendor registrations.
- Read and understand government bid and proposal solicitations.
- Locate firms – large and small – and form partnering agreements between firms.
- Prepare, review and finalize a bid or proposal.
- Locate technical information and pricing data.
- Understand RFID, UID, and packaging standards.
- Prepare for pre-bid conferences, short-list interviews, debriefings, and pre-award surveys.
- Participate in electronic and Internet procurement opportunities.
- Properly submit an invoice, including Wide Area Work Flow (WAWF).
- Handle post-award contract administration.