Associate Director - Bids

Job Reference:
00012420
Date Posted:
15 June 2017
Location:
Greater London
Salary:
£75,000 to £81,000
Job Type:
Permanent

Job Description

A turnkey leading property consultancy is seeking to appoint an Associate Director of Bids to support its work winning function, based in Central London.

The organisation is a one of the largest publically listed property companies that boasts a global employee network of over 50,000 industry experts. The UK bids team is responsible for helping to acquire new business opportunities across the wider business, and in turn keeping the company and its prestige at the forefront of the industry.

Based out of the UK head office, you will inherit a cross-functional role that plays an instrumental part in developing work-winning tender proposals across all company service lines. Joining the bids team, you will engage internal stakeholders to prepare for pitch presentations and project manage the overall bids process from inception to completion. This is a unique and exciting opportunity to work in a varied and challenging role with a true industry leader.

The successful candidate will have significant experience of developing winning bids, ideally within the property, built environment or professional service sectors. Crucially for this role will be your ability to influence and change behaviours of stakeholders in a variety of functions and seniority.

In return, you will receive a basic salary of c. 75,000 p.a. + company car OR car allowance and, as a large, growing and employee organisation, it offers a range of exciting benefits including private healthcare, life assurance and pension to name but a few.

Apply for this below or alternatively for further information please contact David Bremner in confidence on 07966 827 391 or at david.bremner@mrgpeople.co.uk

If you are seeking a career move but this position is not for you, please browse the other vacancies on our website. We are specialists in Bids recruitment and have a range of posts available. We also welcome speculative approaches.


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