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The client, a registered charity who supports individuals with learning disabilities and autism is seeking a Bid Writer to join their team in Wakefield.
About the company
Established for over 27 years, they support people with learning disabilities and autism to have more choice and control over their lives. They are a national provider of social support services and operate across the UK to help to develop people’s independence and achieve their potential. The wider business also provides care at-home support for the elderly people which helps them to retain their independence whilst living in their own homes.
About the role
You will be responsible for managing the tender and bid submission process, including planning, writing, editing, proofreading, and collation of supporting documents. You will manage and implement project plans, manage and write content for the bid library, review incoming tenders, work with subject matter experts across the business to develop content for current and future bids, research and source competitive tenders, maintain and create systems to record bid activity and store all the relevant documents, attend and participate in presentations when required and oversee the end to end bid process.
You will have a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience and be IT proficient. You must have a proven track record of managing the end to end bid process and be a confident, passionate writer with great communication skills. Previous experience within social care would be an advantage however this isn’t essential and applicants who fit the above criteria from any sector will be considered. You must be able to work well under pressure to meet tight deadlines and be able to manage a busy workload.
- Microsoft Office
- Customer relations
- Marketing research
- Advanced writing skills
- Time management
- Work well under pressure
On top of the salary, you will receive a generous benefits package including 33 days holiday (including bank holidays), recognition and rewards scheme and life insurance as well as development opportunities and flexible working.