Bid Recruitment is a division of The Management Recruitment Group

Bid Coordinator

I am working with a renowned construction who are looking to recruit a Bid Coordinator. The role is Hybrid and will require you to work occasionally in their head office based in Derby.

Due to continued growth the team are now looking to expand and require support from an experienced 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 with the bid team to assist in the management of the end-to-end bid process. Main responsibilities include – coordinate and support pitch opportunities, complete PQQ’s and ITT’s, extract key information from pitches as part of the bid close our process, assist in producing and updating capability statements, ensure tenders are brand compliant, manage the team inbox, produce and issue monthly tender reports, produce quarterly reports for the board, undertake post tender reviews and manage key administration tasks.

About you

You will already have exposure in the bidding environment, with the ability to manage and prioritise your workload. You will be an excellent communicator, working across the business and all the UK offices, this role will require you to engage with customers internally and externally during the bids process. 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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