£50k - 55k per year + Package
about 1 month ago
Role: Bid Manager (Social Housing)
Salary: £50,000 - £55,000 plus package including car or car allowance
Location: Hertfordshire & flexible home working
To manage, co-ordinate and write larger maintenance tenders, generally in excess of £3 Million per annum.
Evaluation of tender requirements
Identification and management of tasks required to write and complete tenders
Liaison with internal teams
Development of bid solutions in conjunction with operators
Articulation of solutions in the form or method statements
Active management of the process – with regard to clarifications and deadline requirements
(Where applicable) participation in competitive dialogue meetings, site visits and bid presentations
Production of relevant information to support the bid management process
To contribute to the continuous improvement in the tendering process
To liaise with colleagues to ensure best quality bid submission
To carry out other duties associated with the bid management function
Proven track record in managing bids
Proven experience in writing high quality method statements
Experience of liaising with teams (particularly operators) in order to develop deliverable solutions
Competency in MS Office software
The ability to work to tight deadlines
Ability to articulate USPs to clients
Ability to maintain a flexible attitude to work task and workload to ensure tender deadlines are achieved.
Ability to communicate effectively with colleagues and clients.
Ability to work on own initiative.
Experience in In Design or equivalent packages
Knowledge of basic estimating principles
Attention to detail
Ability to perform to tight time constraints
If you are a Bid Writer/Manager looking for your next opportunity please email Gary Sewell your CV in strict confidence or call to discuss further.
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