PTAC Jobs Postings
|The NORCAL PTAC is seeking a Procurement Specialist.|
|The Norcal PTAC seeks an experienced professional with knowledge of government contracting for the position of
Procurement Specialist. This RFQ may be used to select multiple candidates at time-base ranges from 3 hours per week to 20 hours per week. Consultant will work remotely, but will meet with some clients in person & some clients virtually.For a complete job description, click here. [PDF]
Qualified applicants should submit via email 1) cover letter, 2) résumé, 3) three professional references to: email@example.com. For questions regarding this posting email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Position will be open until filled.
|Connecticut PTAC is Looking for a Procurement Specialist|
|The Connecticut PTAC is looking for an experienced full-time Procurement Counselor for the western part of the State. This positions advises CT PTAC clients on governmental procurement at a federal, state, and local level as called out in the Terms and Conditions Agreement with Defense Logics Agency (DLA). The Procurement Specialist will deliver quality, compliant counseling to PTAC clients for obtaining government contracts.
Click here [PDF] for a complete position description.
If you are interested in this opportunity please submit a resume to email@example.com.
|Procurement Counselor for Michigan’s Upper Peninsula|
|This position is an employee of Networks Northwest, located in Traverse City, MI. The office location will be in the northwestern region of the U.P.
Assist and support the NWM PTAC’s Program Manager in the operation of a multi-county Procurement Technical Assistance Center. The NWM PTAC, a program of Networks Northwest, assists companies in northwest Michigan successfully obtain and perform under local, state and federal government contracts. NWM PTAC serves companies in the10 counties throughout Michigan’s Northwest Lower Peninsula and all counties in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
College degree required. Relevant business or contracting experience is preferred but not required. The successful candidate will receive training on government contracting. The ideal candidate will have a desire to help area businesses grow, have good public speaking skills, strong researching skills, strong relationship skills, high level of computer proficiency and a desire to learn new things. Please send resume, cover letter, and a short writing sample to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Networks Northwest is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Application deadline is August 8, 2018.
For full job description, go to http://www.networksnorthwest.org/about-us/requests-for-proposals-job-postings.html
|New Mexico PTAC is Seeking a Statewide Manager|
|This position manages the College’s Small Business Development Center – Procurement Technical Assistance Centers under the direction of the New Mexico Small Business Development Center State Director.
Must be committed to serving a diverse college community. Actively participates in and contributes to continuous quality improvement. The position is located in Santa Fe, but will require weekly travel to Albuquerque as well as travel across the state to visit the various offices. This is a contract position contingent on contract performance and continued funding from the DLA and the state allocation through New Mexico Small Business Development Center.
Click here [PDF] for a full position description, including application instructions.
|Monterey Bay PTAC is Seeking a Program Manager|
|The Monterey Bay PTAC seeks an experienced government contracting professional to assume the role of Program Manager to provide administrative and procurement technical assistance to businesses in Central and Northern California that want to market and sell their products and/or services to Federal, State and Local Government Agencies. This position report s directly to the President & CEO of the Monterey County Business Council (MCBC).
Qualified professionals are invited to submit a cover letter, personal resume, and three references or letters of reference in confidence via email to Kimbley Craig at email@example.com. Please indicate “PTAC Program Manager” in the subject line.
|Arizona PTAC is hiring|
|Maricopa Community Colleges is currently accepting applications for two full-time PTAC Procurement Specialists based in the Phoenix/Glendale area.
For more details, please click here.
The link will direct you to the Maricopa Community College Careers page. Enter “PTAC” in the search jobs field to display AZPTAC ANALYST, then click that link for a complete description and to apply.
|Part Time Consultants Needed in Idaho|
|The Idaho Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at Boise State University needs two temporary, part-time PTAC Consultant to provide government contracting assistance to Idaho businesses in Northern and North Central Idaho and the other to businesses in Eastern and Southeastern Idaho.
Click Here for the Eastern Idaho posting.
Click Here for the Northern Idaho posting.
If you are interested in these positions: Please email a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than June 30, 2018.
|Missouri PTAC has Openings in Kansas City|
|There are two positions coming open in Kansas City, Missouri area with University of Missouri PTAC. They are co-funded positions with both PTAC and SBDC, so they are 50% for each effort. They require a Masters Degree and are full-time University of Missouri staff. The website for applying is:
They are titled under Urban west positions in Business Development and are open to External applicants.
|Want to Work in Corpus Christi, TX?|
|Del Mar College PTAC in Corpus Christi is seeking a procurement specialist to fill the positiion vacated by Alison! If anyone is interested or knows someone who may be interested please go to the web site link below for details and how to apply:
Click here for a full position description, including application instructions
|New Mexico PTAC is seeking a Procurement Advisor|
|Provides technical assistance to businesses in pursuit of government business opportunities. Must be committed to serving a diverse college community. Actively participates in and contributes to continuous quality improvement. Minimum Qualifications • Master’s Degree in business or related fields. One (1) year experience in government contracting/procurement. Equivalent related experience may be substituted for education on a year for year basis. Must be willing to travel regionally to meet PTAC mission requirements. Must possess a valid NM driver’s license. Preferred Qualifications • Professional Certification: NCMA CFCM or APTAC Certifications. Prior PTAC counseling and/or government consulting experience. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities • Knowledge of government procurement principles. Knowledge of government databases and how to access them. Knowledge of government regulations (FAR, DFARS, Etc.), small business programs and procurement processes.
Click here for a full position description, including application instructions
|California Capital PTAC is seeking a Procurement Counselor|
|The California Capital Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) seeks an experienced professional with knowledge of government contracts for the position of Procurement Counselor.
Responsibilities include training and one-on-one counseling with small business clients on becoming qualified bidders and successful contractors to federal, state, and local government agencies. This position requires research skills and knowledge of how to build professional relationships with government agencies and prime contractors. A working knowledge of best business practices specifically for performing on government contracts is desired, as well as strong customer relations and counseling skills.
Click here [pdf] to read complete job description and application procedures.
|New Virgin Islands PTAC Program is seeking a Program Director|
|The new Virgin Islands PTAC Program is seeking a Program Director. The position is located in St. Croix. The position is currently open and will be closing July 20, 2018.
The link to the position details is listed below.
|Arizona PTAC is Hiring|
|Maricopa Community Colleges is currently accepting applications for two full-time PTAC Procurement Specialists based in the Phoenix/Glendale area. For more details, please follow this link – https://jobs.maricopa.edu/psc/PMCP3J/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM_FL.HRS_CG_SEARCH_FL.GBL?FOCUS=Applicant
You will be directed to the Maricopa Community College Careers page. Enter “PTAC” in the search jobs field to display AZPTAC ANALYST, then click that link for a complete description and to apply.
|PTAC of Delaware is seeking a Director Position|
|The Mission of the Office of Economic Innovation and Partnerships (OEIP) is to (1) develop social and economic value from UD’s knowledge-based assets by advancing UD’s intellectual property, inventions and technologies from the laboratory to the market place through partnerships and collaborations, (2) promote innovation and entrepreneurship within and without the University community and (3) provide leadership in the creation and growth of small businesses in Delaware.
The University of Delaware Procurement Technical Assistance Center (PTAC) is a unit within the Office of Economic Innovation & Partnership, the Delaware Small Business Development Center and Tech Transfer.
The Manager reports to the State Director of the Small Business Development Center. Click here to go to the University of Delaware Career Jobs Search Page, scroll down until you find the position, then click that link for a complete description and to apply.
|Washington PTAC is Hiring!|
|Washington PTAC is hiring a full time counselor for the Everett Location to serve NW Washington. Consider joining an awesome team!
Full position announcement is attached or here is the link to Craigslist Ad:
|Contracting Education Academy at Georgia Tech is Recruiting a Program Manager|
|Serving within the Research Faculty of The Institute, this position directly supports the extension, service, and economic development missions of Georgia Tech to the State of Georgia and
beyond. Primarily this position serves as Program Manager for the Georgia Tech Contracting Education Academy (GT-CEA), a program under the Georgia Tech Enterprise Innovation Institute (EI2) in Atlanta, GA.Successful candidate will manage the operations of the GT-CEA which offers training in the field of acquisition and public sector contracting for government and business communities. The Academy
provides continuing education training to government contracting officials and business professionals working within the government contracting arena. Functions managed include program marketing,
instructor management, curriculum development, and accreditation.Click here for a full position description, including application instructions.