£40,000 – £50,000 per annum

 Our client, a market-leading provider of total car park management solutions, is recruiting an experienced Bid Manager to join the commercial department. As a key member of the department, you will be responsible for shaping and developing the bid function of the business and play a major part in delivering future successes.

 Main duties and responsibilities:

  • Support the Commercial Department in defining a resourcing strategy for all new bids
  •  Coordinate the bid process to ensure all required departments are prepared for delivery.
  •  Develop and maintain an effective bid library that contains all relevant resourcing detail supplied in submissions
  •  Attend and where applicable lead, all bid related meetings to ensure the bid process remains on track
  • Ensure smooth delivery of bid submission documentation in line with scope requirements
  • Demonstrate both a high level of commercial acumen, and an understanding of procurement procedures across multiple sectors
  •  Proactively network and develop relationships with internal stakeholders who will support the bid process
  • Develop compelling win-themes, strategic advantages and USP’s to increase chances of submission success
  • Prepare and execute pre-qualification questionnaires and ITT responses, working closely with all engaged departments, ensuring excellence in quality, accuracy and presentation.
  •  Identify and advise the business on any changes in trends, legislation or processes that may affect the bid process.
  • To work with other members of the Commercial Department, in the promotion of the Company and its services as part of the strategy for raising the profile of UKPC

 Experience/knowledge/skills:

  •  Exceptional organisation skills; grammatically precise, both written and verbal
  •  Experience of brief taking, bid preparation, client presentations and document submissions.
  •  Demonstrable track record in delivering successful bids
  •  Proven understanding of the procurement process across multiple sectors, from EOI to PQQ and ITT response.
  •  Ability to plan and work to deliver to deadlines across a range of tasks.
  •  Ability to compile, read and understand large operational, technical and financial documents in various formats.
  •  Good analytical and report writing skills, along with being comfortable preparing and presenting financial data in Excel and other software formats.
  •  Good interpersonal and networking skills
  •  Qualified to degree level or equivalent.

Benefits:

  • 25 days holiday plus bank holidays (increasing with length of service at 1 extra day per year up to max 30 days

  • Company pension scheme

  • Private Healthcare on successful completion of probationary period

  • Car salary sacrifice scheme – on successful completion of probationary period

  • Bike to work scheme

  • Eyecare scheme

  • Company events

  • Sporting events

  • Employee reward & recognition scheme

  • Remote flexibility

To apply for this job email your details to clarinda@burtonrecruitment.com