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Bid Coordinator

I am working with a UK market leader of payment services who are looking to recruit a Bid Coordinator. The role is Hybrid and will require working 3 days in the office in Hereford, and 2 days from home.

Due to continued growth the team are now looking to expand and require support from a Bid Coordinator. This is a great opportunity for a bid coordinator who is looking to work amongst a supportive and collaborative team, where there is room for learning, growth, and development.

About the role

You will work alongside the Bid Manager and Bid Coordinator to assist in the management of the end-to-end bid process. Main responsibilities include:

  • Assisting with responses to various tenders.
  • Acting as a key conduit for all tenders related activity.
  • Working to tight deadlines, providing top quality proofreading, and ensuring version control of all content as it is added to and developed.
  • Proactively keep up to date with the competitive marketplace, working closely with market intelligence, sales and product to ensure competitive advantages and strategy are well understood and proposals are shaped around these areas.

About you

You will have at least 6 months of experience working within the bidding environment, with the ability to manage and prioritise your workload. You will be an excellent communicator, working across the business. Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint is essential.

How to apply

To apply for this role or to find out more information, please send a CV to Danielle Davies at Bid Recruitment.

If you are seeking a career move but this position is not right for you please browse the other vacancies on our website. We are specialists in Bid Recruitment, Marketing Recruitment and Business Development Recruitment and have a range of posts available. We also welcome speculative applications.

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