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AEgis TechnologiesHuntsville, AL
  • Business developer responsible for winning product and service contracts for BlueHalo Air & Missile Defense and C4ISR business sector.
  • Independently initiates, develops and maintains customer business relationships in federal / DoD markets.
  • Identifies, develops, qualifies and captures business opportunities relevant to BlueHalo areas of interest, including C4ISR solutions, Unmanned/Autonomous Systems and Test Instrumentation.
  • Assists in the development of marketing strategies and provides input into long range business plans.
  • Participates in trade shows and conferences and bid and proposal activities.
  • Acts as liaison with commercial organizations, government agencies and industry partners.
  • + Bachelor's degree
  • + 5-10 years of successful federal business development experience
  • + Experience working bid and proposal activities as a capture manager, proposal manager or volume lead is required.
  • + Prior military, DoD civil service or defense contracting experience is required.
  • Business Title: Business Development Manager

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