Roles and responsibilities of the CBPT manager:
The role of the CBPT manager includes sourcing, searching, finding, and identifying winnable and competitive leads (besides occasional opportunities and competitions put on the table by HYLMAN’s leadership), followed by the approval to engage (approval by HYLMAN’s management to bid) on the project and preparations for the technical envelope (including testing, assessing, and writing) and commercial responses.
Followed by review, evaluation of quality and preparations, assurance on bona fide, quality standards, HYLMAN’s policies and management systems, efficiency of approach and methodologies, and discussions within the committee for final assurance and with the dedicated directors when and if applicable before submission.
For successfully awarded contracts, project delivery takes place and a team (the human talents) is deployed for the CBPT managers as project managers according to the optimally efficient needs identified for the project. HYLMAN has no limits on any project, aspiring to supply any number of experts, for all industries and sectors, from our professionally qualified and screened pool of vetted talents ready to be deployed onto any magnitude, nature, duration, size, and complexity of project anywhere worldwide.
Dedicated research lab and center for excellence fully equipped with overachieving talented minds providing the latest market knowledge and industry insights to HYLMAN and direction for the best skills and talents supporting every delivery.
Our needs are growing and that can only be made possible with a well equipped team supporting the A-Z of the entire process, from initial screening and sourcing of contracts to final project delivery. Built into the policies, HYLMAN’s principles always touch upon diversity, efficiency, and innovation.
We pursue high value opportunities, and that success can be achieved only together by contributing all of our expertise and competitive edge to creating one unified leadership in the market.
As our fleet grows, so should you. Emphasizing robust methodologies to win competitions and deliver quality work for the public and private sectors. Strength in numbers and value bringing people from everywhere under one roof.