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Cyber Operations and Business Development Manager

Cyber Operations and Business Development Manager

IDS International is seeking a technical Cyber Operations and Business Development (BD) Manager who will primarily be seeking out and winning new business for IDS's Cyber & Social Media department. This role requires the ability to lead the development and execution of adjacent and momentum business within the Cyberwarfare and Cybersecurity sector. The position will assume ownership of the business development process, from opportunity identification to bid submission as well as helping lead strategy and programs for the Department.


  • Develop strategic plans for the business and program captures for the Cyber & Social Media department.
  • Conducting business-development related research on Intelligence and DoD contracts. 
  • Writing and editing for the proposals relating to the cyber field.
  • Create and execute project scope, goals, milestones and deliverables with management responsibility for the entire program.
  • Review deliverables prepared by team before releasing to client.
  • Facilitate team and client meetings effectively and conduct regular status meetings with the project team.
  • Perform quality assurance throughout all phases of the project.
  • Develop and delivers progress reports, proposals, requirements documentation, and presentations.
  • Identify opportunities for program growth and actively propose and pursue appropriate enhancements and changes.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Cyber Security or related degree.
  • Five (5) plus years of experience in the field of Cyber Security and/or Intelligence.
  • Understanding of information technology and computer science field relating to government needs. Understanding offensive/defensive cyber-operations.
  • Understanding of knowledge as a first responder to cyber security related incidents that required containment, assessment, and risk remediation techniques.
  • Understands implementing monitoring procedures to validate internal and external policy compliance.
  • Understanding of evaluating proposed technologies, services, and configurations for policy compliance, as well as volatility assessments of hardware and media prior to release or disposal.
  • Experience with technical writing for cyber-related proposals.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Excellent presentation and data analysis skills.
  • Prior military experience and a high level of familiarity with DoD and Intelligence contracts.
  • Skilled in planning and organizing projects.
  • Demonstrated success developing and presenting complex ideas to executive audiences and effectively articulating customer positions, status and strategies to senior management in a clear, concise and decisive manner.
  • Ability to gather and present data in appropriate formats (text, flowcharts, graphs, spreadsheet).

Qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or protected veteran status, and any other characteristic protected by federal, state, and local law.

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