Strategic planning sample job description

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Strategic planning sample job description (Word document)

Job Responsibilities:

  • Evaluate existing company marketing and business information and key employee feedback (through telephonic interviews).
  • Prepare a SWOT analysis based on findings.
  • Facilitate a two-day strategic planning meeting with key company staff to identify a high-level business growth strategy to achieve company government business growth objectives. Brief SWOT assessment results. Agenda items to be considered include mission and vision, operational model/strategy, core services, target government agencies, channel/reseller strategy and business development process along with a set of priority actions and recommendations.
  • Develop a streamlined PowerPoint business strategy template to be used during the planning session.
  • Deliver a final Microsoft PowerPoint® presentation strategic plan.

Job Deliverables:

  • SWOT analysis PowerPoint report
  • Strategic planning session agenda
  • Final PowerPoint strategic plan

Job Out of Scope Items:

  • Detailed financial analysis

Job Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s Degree and at least five years experience as a senior executive for a government contractor doing federal business
  • Five years experience facilitating strategic planning sessions with government contractors
  • In-depth familiarity with the government procurement process and market forces
  • In-depth business background
  • Ability to work in PowerPoint
  • Strong facilitation, writing and communications skills
  • VERY organized!

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