I am currently representing a growing facilities management company who is seeking a Senior Bid Manager to join their team. This is a permanent, full time role which can be based anywhere in the UK. You will work remotely and travel occasionally when required (various office locations).
This role would suit a bid professional from a hard or soft FM background, who is confident managing the process from capture planning and pre-sales through to contract transition. The salary is £50,000 – £60,000 and is dependent on experience.
About the role
Managing the bid lifecycle, you will lead and support storyboarding, manage bid governance, review written content, implement bid best practices and develop, resource and manage the bid programme. You will have also have input in to qualifying new business opportunities, identifying critical success factors, the overall content and development process, supporting with interview / presentation preparation and instigating lessons learnt sessions.
You must be an experienced bid manager with a proven track record of winning bids within the facilities management sector. You must have strong project management and organisational skills, experience managing complex bids across multiple disciplines and sectors, knowledge of bid best practice and a good understanding of the financial, risk, legal and contractual aspects of bidding. You must also have strong writing skills with the ability to develop compelling content. APMP accreditation would be desirable however this isn’t essential.
How to apply
To apply for this role or to find out more information, please send a CV to Hayley Wood at Bid Recruitment. If you don’t have an up to date CV, please send me what you have and we can go from there.
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