About the role

WeaveGrid is looking for a Proposal Manager to join our growing Business Development team. A successful Proposal Manager will be an expert in the solicitation process that wins major deals for enterprise businesses. You’re a project manager who thrives on creating and running an effective, repeatable process for every solicitation, and never, ever misses a deadline. WeaveGrid is a young company that has already demonstrated success with some of the largest utilities in the country. We are growing rapidly with programs coast-to-coast, and are excited to create the future of clean, electric transportation. 

Core Responsibilities

  • Oversee the development of proposal, bids, quotations, RFI, RFP responses, or other relevant documents
  • Write formal project proposals, product descriptions, case studies, and other relevant professional documents
  • Collaborate with internal contributors, subject matter experts, and leadership to ensure that all documents are complete, accurate, maximize opportunities, and support our business narrative
  • Assess company fit for each solicitation
  • Participate in public forums for clarifying questions and discussions on specific solicitations
  • Improve and maintain a repository of templates, standard language, product collateral, and other resources to create high quality, updated, and accurate responses
  • Manage and meet solicitation deadlines
  • Demonstrate extreme attention to detail for all external requirements
  • Coordinate with fellow associates on sales process improvements, product development, regulatory and policy goals, and competitive landscape

About you

First and foremost, you’re mission driven and fully dedicated to driving solutions for our climate crisis. You’re excited about supporting a world with 100% clean transportation, while maintaining high grid reliability.

You love professional writing and thrive on collaborating with Sales to win new business. You value being realistically optimistic and finding creative solutions, while staying honest with yourself about what makes a program the best fit for our product. You’ve enjoyed working in a fast-paced environment at a high growth company, while demonstrating a high degree of empathy for clients and team members across departments.

Qualifications

  • 5 years of full-time experience with professional writing and bid solutions in a regulated technical environment (eg. energy, health care, finance, etc)
  • BA/BS, or equivalent experience
  • Detail-focused with an ability to prioritize and execute under pressure
  • Project management experience, including setting internal deadlines and holding teams accountable
  • Preferred: Experience with RFP tools (e.g. Loopio)
 
 

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