Waterstone very interested in building our business and adding technical diversity by joining forces with Practice Builders. Practice Builders are small consulting firms, private consultants, or dynamic business development managers with well-rounded technical and marketing skills, excellent management and communications skills, and an established client base. This is about business development first and foremost and all other experience and abilities are secondary to building the business.
Interested candidates should be able to contribute to Waterstone’s technical and professional diversity, have a proven record of profitable and timely project management, and demonstrate the unique set of personal, marketing and technical skills required to build and maintain long-term client relations.
Waterstone has a unique position in the Federal contracting sector in that it holds two small business certifications; 8a certified (until May 2012) as well as being a Woman Owned (100%) business. Waterstone’s existing project history and these designations combined with an individual keen to do business development who has good relationships in Federal Agencies with Program Managers, Project Mangers, Contract Officers and others as well as at large A&E firms, could open the door for sole source contract opportunities and/or teaming opportunities.
If your technical skill set is outside of our current technical areas yet you believe you can build Waterstone’s business we would still be open to a discussion.