£33000.00 - £35000.00 per annum + excellent benefits
about 1 month ago
This fantastic organisation supports people with learning disabilities, autism, and age-related conditions to have a strong voice and a real choice in the way they live their lives.
Covering England and Scotland they have exciting and ambitious plans for the future and are looking to recruit an experienced Bid Writer to join their small team, providing centralised tender writing support to the wider organisation (tenders values can vary from a £200,000 support package to a multi-million pound framework application)
The Bid Writer will be responsible for leading on the tender submission process from start to finish, working closely with the rest of the BD teaml. You'll have a proven track record of creating accurate and compelling responses to tender specification questions, ensuring that tenders are submitted on time and to a high standard. You'll manage the bid library, ensuring that resources and information are up to date and be proactive in capturing sector trends and insights. We are looking for a first rate communicator with significant previous experience of writing tenders and will be familiar with the tender process. Ideally you will have a good working knowledge of the social support and care sector or a similar environment.
The Charity is headquartered in West Yorkshire however they are really flexible in terms of this being office/home based in order to attract the very best candidates. They are a really flexible and values driven charity and alongside the salary this role comes with a host of fantastic benefits. They also have a strong learning culture and offer loads of opportunities for development.
If you are an experienced Bid Writer and would love to join a really values driven organisation please get in touch!
Closing 13th November
For more information please contact Amelia lee or Ellen Drummond at Charity People
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