|Job Ref:||204581027||Employer:||cv-library.co.uk||Industry:||Civil and Structural||Job Type:||Permanent||Country:||United Kingdom||County/State:||Derbyshire||City:||Derbyshire||Address:||Post Code:||DE55||Salary:||£40000 - £45000/annum||Post Date:||19/10/2016 09:56|
Proposal / Bid Engineer - Derby|
We are excited to have been retained to bring to market a dynamic role within a market leading communications provider to the Utilities market place. Our client is one of the world's leading radio communications specialists, providing cutting edge Private Mobile Radio (PMR) products and services to organisations around the globe.
Our client is looking for an individual to join an existing team to assist with the creating of bids and proposals from an electrical / electronic engineering bias. This role requires filling as the previous incumbent has been promoted internally.
In order to qualify for this fantastic opportunity, you will need to;
Must have experience and knowledge of wireless and associated technologies particularly DMR.
Education to HNC or Degree level in Electrical or Electronic Engineering
Must have experience working as an engineer (ideally as a proposals engineer)
Experience in working with senior management
Knowledge and understanding of public (and private) sector bid requirements
You will be expected to;
Identify the technical requirements for each bid and will agree with the Bid Manager on the bidding strategy
Own the technical response of Pre-Qualification Questionnaires (PQQ), Bids and Tenders
Evaluate technical specifications and provide guidance to the business in terms of appropriate submission requirements
Collate methodologies and write cohesive tender submissions in line with the agreed bid strategy and timescales
Always aim to achieve the best technical and price solution
Prepare technical solution papers for internal approval in line with bid governance
This is primarily an office based role at the Derby Head Office
Please contact Harvard Associates today for a more in-depth confidential discussion