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Location: Boise, Idaho
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The Idaho Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Boise State University is seeking two temporary, part-time PTAC Consultants to provide government contracting assistance to Idaho business in Northern and North Central Idaho as well as in the Eastern and Southeastern Idaho.
The PTAC Consultant will be responsible for providing counseling to all business in North and North Central Idaho who are interested in contracting with the federal, state, and local governments. They are required to conduct outreach to existing clients to determine effectiveness of services offered and to determine additional needs of the clients. They will conduct training seminars to further educate business on government contracting and new requirements. They will maintain good relations with local stakeholders and government agencies to foster a cooperative environment.
Number of openings: 2
If you are interested in this position: Please email a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than June 30, 2018. Applications received after that point may be considered if the position is not filled from the finalist pool.
About the Idaho Procurement Technical Center: The Idaho PTAC provides one-on-one professional consulting to help small business owners develop or expand their businesses through government contracting. We offer the tools, resources, expertise and peace of mind to help business owners and entrepreneurs feel confident as the enter the government contracting arena. The consulting services come at no-cost because this procurement technical assistance center is funded in part through a
cooperative agreement with the Defense Logistics Agency.
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