One of our Beaconsfield based clients requires a Bid Writer to work on their Infrastructure Bids across England.
As a Bid Writer you will be part of the Strategic Work Winning Team who are responsible for winning work and growing the business.
As a Bid Writer your duties & responsibilities will include:
- Assist Lead Bid Writers in providing context and write tailored responses to clients and sectors ensuring latest thinking is reflected in the submission.
- Turn technical information into work winning responses that reflect the client's aims and objectives.
- Develop and assess responses against evaluation criteria.
- Develop a question breakdown and response structure.
- Ensure PQQ/ITT feedback is incorporated into subsequent submissions and shared.
- Contribute to bid strategy meetings and mid-bid review meetings identifying win themes, strengths and appropriate evidence.
- Take responsibility for submissions presentation and formatting ensuring that these comply with the submissions and Company guidelines.
- Ensure compliance to the internal Work Winning Process.
- Ensure that all submission content is reviewed by Lead Bid Writer and/ or Head of Proposals.
- Attend internal lessons learnt meetings for both successful and unsuccessful submissions.
- Assist the pre-construction team with case studies, CV's, capability statements and award submissions, when required.
- Implement the requirements of the Company Management System (CMS), as applicable to the business operations.
Skills & Knowledge Requirements
- Excellent IT skills and knowledge of Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
- At least 3 years working on multi-million-pound construction submissions.
- Thorough understanding of work winning procedures and processes including reviews.
- Excellent research capability.
- Strong command of English language verbal and written (formal and informal).
- Excellent formatting and proofreading documents skills.
- Experience in producing project case studies, project capability statements and brochures.
- Desire for self-development and continuous self-improvement.
- 28 days annual leave plus 8 bank holidays
- Pension scheme - Life Assurance
- Company car or car allowance
- Staff discount benefits
- Hybrid working