I am working with a UK renowned contractor that specialises in enabling works who are looking to recruit a Junior Bid Writer. The role is Hybrid and will require you to work occasionally in their head office based in Leeds.
Due to continued growth the team are now looking to expand and require support from a Junior Bid Writer. This is a great opportunity for a graduate or an individual new to the bidding environment that is looking to develop their knowledge on producing work winning content whilst supporting
About the role
As a junior bid writer, you will support the senior bid manager with the end to end bid process, create high quality written content and contribute to business growth. Other duties include – pre-bid research, reading and understanding bid documentation, contributing to kick off meetings, completing RFIs, EOIs and SQs, collating bid documentation, contributing to bid win theme identification, re-working existing content, writing bespoke content for bid documents, gathering content from subject matter experts and translating in into compelling text which clearly communicates complex information, editing content, keeping the bid library up to date and contributing to bid de-brief meetings.
My client is looking for a talented writer who has had exposure in writing content from scratch, reworking technical information from external sources and is able to manage multiple workloads. You will be degree educated (ideally English, Journalism, Creative Writing, History), and have excellent organisational skills, with the ability to multitask, and work in a sometimes-high pressured environment.
How to apply
To apply for this role or to find out more information, please send a CV to Danielle Davies at Bid Recruitment.
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