Sprint Jobs in Washington
Req# 136811BR Position Title Contracts Negotiator III - VA Position Summary Oversees the preparation of major proposals with a significant impact to the company. Establishes proposal and negotiation objectives. Negotiates favorable prices, terms and conditions. Provides updates to management on proposals and negotiations. Briefs company management on proposals and negotiations and establishes nego...
Req# 132693BR Position Title User Experience Web Site Developer Position Summary Analyzes complex business requirements and translates them into technical specifications for implementation to web applications. Manages successful completion of small to medium size cross-functional projects through design, testing and implementation. Provides technical expertise in evaluating and developing creative...
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