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Marketing/Business Developer

Company Overview

  Subsidium, Inc. is a global provider of engineering, systems integration, technical, and programmatic services to both Government and Commercial entities. Subsidium provides mission critical services to Department of Defense (DoD) customers in CONUS, OCONUS, and forward deployed environments. Our customers demand the innovative, flexible, and mission focused approach that we deliver. Subsidium is dedicated to helping our customers overcome challenges through innovative solutions; particularly the continuing and evolving challenges presented in the transformation of the U.S. military and in the global war on terror. Subsidium and its employees are committed to mission accomplishment and organizational excellence. 

Job Summary

The job of the business development professional is typically to identify new business opportunities-whether that means new markets, new partnerships with other businesses, new ways to reach existing markets, or new product or service offerings to better meet the needs of existing markets-and then to go out and exploit those opportunities to bring in more revenue.

Responsibilities and Duties

  •  Identify new business opportunities   
  • Stay abreast of what's happening in the industry-competitors are up to in terms of products and service offerings, pricing, marketing strategies.
  • Understand what your company is up to on an ongoing basis-to understand your company's strategy, how your company compares to its competitors, and how it is perceived in the marketplace.
  • Understand the market for your company's offerings-who comprises it, and how it may be changing.
  • Think creatively about everything you know about your company.
  • Identify possible ways to improve your company's sales, which can mean identifying anything from new market segments (or individual potential clients), to new sales channels to sell through, to other, related products or services in the marketplace with which your company's products or services can be combined into synergistic, "co-branded" offerings.
  • Prioritizing the new business opportunities, you've identified. To do this, you will need to compare the potential returns of each new opportunity to the costs your company would incur to exploit it.
  • Bring the new opportunities you have identified and prioritized to fruition.
  • Cold-calling or prospecting for potential clients, members, or partners. 

Qualifications and Skills

  • The minimum degree requirement for an entry-level position in business development is a BA or BS.
  • Two years’ experience.
  • Strong knowledge and business contracts within local area

Benefits and Perks

  • Subsidium inc. provides a benefits package that includes 401k, health insurance, life insurance, etc.

Subsidium, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. 

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