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Bid Manager

£40,000 - £60,000

UK / Greater London


Job Description

REF: 15259
Posted: 29 January 2020
Closes: 31 March 2020

My client, a specialist law firm are seeking a Bid Manager to join their London office.

About the role

You will be responsible for supporting and managing the end to end bid process, ensuring best practice and providing technical support on all aspects of the bid process. As well as managing the process, you will be involved in drafting the content, liaising with internal stakeholders. You will proofread and edit content written by subject matter experts and expertly coordinate the document so it flows. As a member of the bid team, you will work across the entire range of sectors. This is a stand alone bid manager role and you will own the process working across seven departments and supporting the fee earners to win business. Due to the nature of their business most, but not all, of the bids are into the public sector.

About you

You must be an experienced bid professional, preferably with experience in public sector bidding in law or professional services but this is not essential. You will need to have strong organisational, project management and time keeping skills due to working in a deadline driven environment.

What’s in it for you

In addition to the salary and benefits package, you will receive training and development with good progression opportunities.

How to apply

Apply for this below or alternatively for further information please contact Daniel Higgins in confidence on 07800 524454 or follow the application process to send a CV.

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