Application Close Date: 07/07/2022 (Closed)
Bid Writing is a dynamic, fast-paced role in the Glendale Business Development department. Our Bid Writers are responsible for the sustainability, growth and sustained success of our business. We are looking for a talented, motivated and enthusiastic writer to join our growing team, contributing to the consolidation of our market-leading position in the industry whilst taking the opportunity to work on their personal and professional development.
The successful candidate will enjoy detailed research and writing creatively to produce compelling written work with an edge. You will be responsible initially for contributing to written bids for large-scale green spaces contracts in both the public and private sectors.
You will report to the Head of Business Development but work very closely alongside our Bid Team to learn and develop your craft as part of a profitable and growing nationwide business. You will be rewarded with a competitive salary, company benefits scheme and a bespoke training plan tailored to your talents and aspirations.
Your duties will include:
Candidates should be motivated to develop their professional skills and have a positive, winning mentality. They will have good attention to detail, an eye for presentation and design, and the ability to write articulately. Organisational and time-management skills are a must in our fast-paced environment. The ability to understand the financial elements of our bids is desirable; the pricing process of our bids will form part of your development plan if so.
What can Glendale offer you?
Glendale is a well-established business that is continuously growing. Successful applicants can look forward to joining a company that can offer career prospects and believes in investing in its people.
How to Apply
If you feel like you could bring some fresh ideas to the table we want to hear from you. Please apply with a letter of application and CV to email@example.com
If you are interested in applying for this role, we suggest that you do so at the earliest opportunity to avoid disappointment as interviews will be held throughout the process. Please note that if you have not received correspondence within 21 days then please assume your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.