Bid Manager

Location: London
Salary: £55,000 - £65,000
Contract type: Permanent
Date posted: 22/05/2023

A well respected full-service law firm are seeking a vibrant Bid Manager to join their Marketing and Business Development team, based in any of their UK offices. The role-holder will work closely with the Head of Business Development, to develop key relationships, promoting the firm’s offerings and win new business.

The Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for managing the entire tenders process, from initial opportunity identification to drafting, submission, post-submission feedback, and reporting.
  • Coordinate and gather feedback from practice area experts, to ensure high-quality tender responses.
  • Understand the requirements of each tender and ensure that responses accurately address all aspects.
  • Identifying specific evaluation criteria for each tender to relevant stakeholders, particularly regarding pricing.
  • Designing presentations, and preparing key staff for interviews and clarification meetings.
  • Conduct analysis of tender outcomes, and report on key themes from client feedback to create insightful reports.
  • Maintain an updated library of precedent text to streamline future tender responses.

 The Candidate:

  • Experience managing the bids process, ideally within a legal / professional services firm.
  • Experience working with, and managing internal stakeholders.
  • Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills;
  • Able to maintain confidentiality and handle sensitive situations and data.

Please note: Due to the specific sectors we work in, only candidates with valid work experience in a Law Firm, Accountancy Firm, Management Consultancy, Property/Construction Firm, Financial Services Firm or a high profile relevant Association or Agency will be considered.  We regret that our clients will not accept applications outside of these areas.

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