Salary: £35k - £42k (depending on experience)
Position: Permanent, Full-Time, Office Based
One of the most well-known and forward-thinking, architectural studio (250 people+) in London is looking for an experienced Bid Coordinator to join their team in a hybrid position. In this role, you will work closely to support the Bid Manager to ensure the presentation and execution of bids, SQs and tenders.
This is an excellent opportunity for someone with previous bid experience to join a leading and reputable name in the industry, who offer generous benefits, professional training and development and a supportive working environment.
If you have experience within architecture, good methodical & analytical skills, are able to work with shifting priorities, have a genuine enthusiasm for the architecture and the built environment, and would like to learn more about working within a creative practice that likes to succeed, I would love to hear from you.
Compiling SQ and tender responses, liaising with sub-consultants, proof reading answers supplied by team members and ensuring bids are produced to a high standard and in line with our brand guidelines.
Ensuring bids are fully supported in terms of supporting collateral e.g. case studies, CVs, images etc.
Supporting Sector Leads and bid teams with their bid work.
Being aware and having an understanding of the clarification management process.
Contributing to the development of bid management systems.
Key skills required:
Experience of public sector procurement process
Demonstrated interest in the bid process and business development practices
Knowledge of and enthusiasm for architecture and the built environment
Experience working with CRM/ERP/PIM systems preferable
Experience in an architecture practice preferable
Excellent standard of written and spoken English
Strong knowledge of InDesign and Microsoft Office suite
Strong team player
Good methodical and analytical skills
Ability to plan, manage and prioritise workload
Ability to work under pressure
Need to be open to change and able to adjust to shifting priorities, be meticulous, thorough and detailed
To apply for this position, please send a copy of your CV with a short introduction email to firstname.lastname@example.org. To find out more about this opportunity or for a confidential chat to discuss any other roles, please call us directly on 0208 282 8814, we would be delighted to speak with you.