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Associate Director | Real Estate Advisory | Bids


UK / Greater London


Job Description

REF: 14038
Posted: 03 October 2018
Closes: 08 January 2019

We’re mandated by a multi-national real estate advisory company to secure an Associate Director to spearhead pitches and work winning initiatives for all major UK bids. The company is a household name in the property world and through acquisitions and notable wins in the market, they have grown considerably.

The central business development & marketing function are a high performing team and highly respected throughout the business for innovative and aesthetically distinctive bids. As such they’re rewarded through lucrative bonus schemes that are central to the company’s ethos for success.

Reporting to the Head of Bids, the role also interfaces with partners and heads of function and acts as an advisor to the relevant stakeholders to consult on best practise bidding. Project managing the highest value bids, you will submit successful submissions across all service lines and sectors.

This is a key hire for the business and requires candidates that have ideally come from a bids focussed role in a partnership environment in the built environment or the professional services sectors. You will be able to give examples of high level emotional intelligence to be used in situations to influence and change the behaviours of internal stakeholders.

In return, you will receive a basic salary of c. £55,000 p.a. plus c. £25,000 bonus in addition to a range of exciting other benefits.

Apply for this below or alternatively for further information please contact David Bremner in confidence on 07966 827 391.

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