1- bid manager is responsible for submitting a completed bid to an existing or prospective client, on time and within budget. They ensure that all the client’s questions have been answered as fully as possible,
2- Working with the Executive director,
3- bid manager is also the first point of contact for the client, and liaises with estimators who produce the price element of a bid. This is collated with the ‘quality’ submission, which is what bid managers generally work on.
4- bid manager A chartered engineer, he has worked on projects from highways and construction to sewage and water works.
5- should be willing to work your way up, be extremely organised and learn quickly.” Hours and environment
6- You are likely to be mainly office-basedwith some external client meetingsand site visits which could involve overnight st ays. Some projects may mean being away for longer.
7- bid manager is quick on their feet and assertive yet tactful in motivating other members of a bid team to produce a successful submission. Time management, efficiency, the ability to meet deadlines and work with minimal supervision are all important. So are leadership and team work
8- You will have to cope with a substantial amount of responsibility, remain calm under sometimes severe pressure, and be able to read and interpret instructions carefully. Bid managers are also able to use their industry experience to understand complicated technical information.
9- Good bid manager listen to other people’s views while having confidence in their own convictions and express their own opinions well. You need to deal with complex business relationships and manage multiple resources to deliver a strong, winning case to the prospective client
10- you should also be an articulate, confident speaker. Strong written communication skills are equally essential
11- you should to have worked in the construction industry for up to five years before being appointed bid manager on a project and you may have trained as a civil engineer or as a surveyor
12- you need to show an employer what you are capable of quickly, and have strong knowledge of the areas you are bidding
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