Contracts Program Manager 75/84

Noble Supply & Logistics is a global provider of supply, procurement, and logistics solutions to the U.S. Military, Federal, State, and local Governments. Our global footprint includes operations, distribution centers, and consolidation points throughout the U.S., Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia, and the Pacific. Committed to quick and efficient responses with the right products and services, we offer multiple GWAC contracts, easy purchasing of supplies and logistics services, and a dedicated team that helps our customers get their jobs done. Noble is committed to quality products and services for our customers, ethical and fair relationships with our suppliers, and a safe and satisfying environment for our employees.
Schedule 75/84 Program Manager is responsible for Federal GSA multiple Award Schedule contract implementation and growth nationally.
Responsible as the face of Noble to GSA and assigned Contracting Officer and end-customers, contract negotiation, execution and on-going administration.
Works with Operations team and other Noble support organizations in building effective go to market strategies and training for sales partners to drive revenue and profitability to meet organizational goals.
Regularly provides reporting, strategy and execution updates to Noble leadership.
Experience with Schedule 75/84 Contracts.
7+ years proven experience managing and selling federal, state and local contracts to eligible entities in a defined sales territory.
Produce year over year revenue and operating earnings growth to achieve plan.
Utilize company sales process and value proposition to protect grow and expand existing business while prospecting for new opportunities and acquiring share from competitors.
Must be proficient in utilizing CRM to manage activities and opportunities to manage territory.
Health, Dental, Life, Paid Time Off, 401k

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