Facilitator, Mid-Level, Federal Contracting

Full Time
#1213 - Client Services
Mid Level
IMSolutions seeks a strategic and experienced Mid-Level Facilitator to fill an exciting opportunity working in federal government contracting supporting BPA Call Orders.

This will be a remote, hybrid, or in-office role depending on the Task Order assigned.

As the Mid-Level Facilitator, you will have a broad understanding and hands-on experience in workshops, group facilitation, all phases, identifying best practices, and guiding groups to appropriate and useful outcomes. You will also create an environment that inspires and champions those who exceed desired results; leading and integrating elements of complex projects to achieve desired results by setting strategically aligned goals.
These functions include.
  • Assist with the design and facilitate engaging and effective strategic planning processes, cross-team training, workshops, focus groups, and co-design workshops.
  • Organize functional integration across our group’s services to support client needs.
  • Effectively manage stakeholders, difficult conversations, and team dynamics.
  • Provide coaching and advising to client teams and leaders on organizational strategy and stakeholder engagement.
  • Interpret insights and conclusions from qualitative/quantitative discovery research, synthesize findings, develop recommendations, and communicate results to client teams.
  • Assist client teams in developing implementation and action plans based on strategies developed in projects.
  • Engage prospective clients who have expressed interest in the team’s services, identifying needs, and tailoring approaches to tackle a broad range of business challenges
  • Ensure team operations processes and reporting expectations are met, including business development, portfolio management, time tracking, billing, and other operational tasks as part of our in-house consulting business.
  • Stay abreast of new methodologies and frameworks and continue to develop our team’s playbook for strategic planning and facilitation.
  • Provide thought leadership and innovation within projects and practice areas.
  • Coach and mentor junior team members.

What we are looking for.
  • Bachelor's degree in business, design, psychology, behavioral science, management science, or other relevant field, experience working with or in federal government contracting a plus.
  • 7+ years of demonstrable and relevant facilitation experience, including working with executives, managers, analysts, and front-line teams.
  • Expert facilitation skills: Skilled at building trust, managing a room, guiding the conversation, creating safe spaces for constructive conversation, resolving conflict, and mediating in group settings, navigating cross-cultural dynamics and a variety of stakeholders, remaining neutral, actively listening, and reflecting back, guiding the group toward alignment and resolution.
  • U.S. Citizen or Foreign National with a work permit and residing in the U.S. for three or more years.
Base compensation range and benefits.
  • $70,000 to $90,000 - Actual compensation is subject to variation due to such factors as education, experience, skillset, and/or location. 
  • Outstanding medical, dental, vision, Tri-Care Supplement, HSA, FSA, insurance (STD, LTD, life, AD&D, voluntary life, accident, hospitalization, critical illness), EAP, and additional discounts!
IMS jobs are posted as open until filled.

Who we are,
IMSolutions is a rapidly growing woman-owned, veteran-owned Virginia-based management consulting company. We specialize in providing innovative and cost-competitive business and program management solutions to our clients across the public sector. Primarily, our support encompasses assisting clients in acquiring mission-critical capabilities; including developing holistic program strategies for successfully inserting technologies to achieve material solutions efficiently and expeditiously. 
At IMSolutions, LLC (IMS) service to our clients, each other, and our communities is at the center of everything we do. We understand, comprehend, and appreciate that people with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and points of view lead to better and more comprehensive ideas and solutions. Our IMS culture and commitment to difference and inclusivity help us grow as individuals and in partnership with our clients to drive our unparalleled solutions and customer experience. 
Equal Employment Opportunity
IMS is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration regardless of race, color, religion, sex, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, marital or family status, disability, or status as a protected veteran.  

IMS is a federal contractor that desires priority referrals of protected veterans for job openings.
IMS is an E-Verify Employer.
If you are unable to complete this application due to a disability, contact us to ask for accommodation or an alternative application process.
Trina Campbell (tcampbell at imsolutionsllc.com)


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