We’re recruiting a newly created Bid Coordinator role for a global cost consultancy based in Oxfordshire. The company bids on major projects across a range of sectors that include mining, energy, infrastructure, urban development and natural resources.
This role joins the Planning & Environmental team and is seen as a key hire to project manage bid activity in this particular service line – engaging stakeholders from various departments and be seen as the subject matter expert to board members who are also based on site. Managing an end-to-end process, the Senior Bid Coordinator will interpret technical text and prepare content for bid submissions.
The successful candidate will have gained their experience in developing winning bids ideally with a cost consultancy, however built environment is essential (A&D, FM, construction, property etc). By nature you will have a flair for the English language, proactive and have the ability to influence and change the behaviours of various stakeholders. Whilst InDesign would be a bonus, in is not essential for this role.
The bids team are industry renowned for their creation of unique bids that help the wider company secure business through their key accounts and new clients for service lines that include: Acquisitions, Disposables & Lettings, Capital Markets, Building Consultancy and Lease Advisory (to name a few) and across sectors that include commercial, industrial and residential.
In return, you will receive a basic salary of c. £30,000-£40,000 p.a. and, as a large, growing and employee organisation, it offers a range of exciting benefits including private healthcare, life assurance and pension to name but a few.
Apply for this below or alternatively for further information please contact David Bremner in confidence on 020 7959 2368 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
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