Procurement Documentation Development and Management
1. Responsible for leading the process and writing all the procurement solicitation documents required for the re-procurement of the MIS/DSS.
2. Responsible for creating all procurement solicitation documents.
3. Responsible for meeting with internal teams to obtain an in-depth understanding of the business need and documenting requirements.
4. Responsible for producing high-quality documentation meeting Client standards, and is appropriate for its intended audience.
5. Responsible for researching, developing, writing, editing, and proofreading complex documentation and supporting material for software, hardware, and technical procedures.
6. Responsible for creating, maintaining, and updating manuals, procedures, specification, and other documentation.
7. Responsible for reviewing, revising, modifying, and editing documentation prepared by others.
8. Responsible for creating manuals and tutorials to assist end users.
9. Collaborate and participate in state meetings and working sessions.
10. Participate in deliverable creation, deliverable review, and presentation, as needed.
11. Monthly status reports documenting the accomplishments, planned accomplishments, and a list of all activities currently assigned.
12. Weekly oral/written reports to the state representative regarding status of all assignments and activities.
13. Provide drafts of all work products upon request.
14. Provide ongoing knowledge transfer to state staff both verbally and in writing.
Mandatory Qualifications (MQ)
- Five (5) years of experience reviewing and editing large, formal, complex documents, performing document management and version control processes.
- Five (5) years of experience in leading the process and writing procurement solicitation documents for large government projects.
- Five (5) years of experience writing, reviewing and/or editing large-scale procurement documents (RFO, RFP, RFI, contracts).
- Five (5) years of experience using Microsoft Office products at an expert level (Word, SharePoint and Excel).
- Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university (additional qualifying experience may be substituted for the required education on a year-for-year basis).
Desirable Qualifications (DQ)
- Technical Writer Certification
- Experience working within the California Medi-Cal program.
- Experience with Business Process Improvement in a large organization.
- Knowledge of State of California procurement rules, regulations, and policies.
- Expert-level communication skills and ability to influence cross-functional teams.
- Broad knowledge of data management enterprise systems solutions.