The Proposal Evaluator will be assigned to high priority proposals in Raytheon’s Intelligence, Information and Services (IIS) business. The Proposal Evaluator will provide feedback and recommendations in formal reviews (Pink Team, Red Team, Gold Team), representing the customer’s perspective. The Proposal Evaluator may also provide advice and mentoring to proposal teams regarding proposal compliance, quality, and efficiency.
The Proposal Evaluator will:
Plan, organize, lead, and report results of proposal reviews
Evaluate proposals at Pink Team, Red Team, and Gold Team reviews, using the customer’s Source Selection Process and RFP evaluation criteria
Review proposals for completeness, quality, compliance (FAR, TINA, RFP, RTN policies), strengths, win themes, and horizontal integration
Assess proposal risk and recommend mitigations
Document and share lessons learned
Identify, analyze, and help implement improvements to proposal processes
Mentor Capture and Proposal Teams on how to write a winning proposal
Required Skills or Experience:
Five years working in a proposal evaluation and source selection role, as a government employee or procurement support contractor
Familiarity with evaluation and scoring processes in federal acquisitions
Ability to scope, schedule, manage, prioritize, and execute assignments
Strong leadership, communication, and problem-solving skills
Eligibility for security clearance
Willingness to travel extensively within the U.S.
Willingness to work extended hours, weekends, and holidays when needed to meet proposal schedule demands
Desired Skills or Experience
Working knowledge of Intelligence Community (IC), Department of Defense (DoD), and/or civilian agency acquisition processes
Experience in drafting RFPs, especially Instructions and Evaluation Criteria
Existing DoD or Intelligence Community clearances, TS/SCI preferred
Will require access to EX/IM controlled technical information
Raytheon is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or protected Veteran status.