Senior Manager, Bids & Tenders (Apprenticeships)

Location
Milton Keynes
Salary
£40,792 to £48,677
Posted
15 Oct 2018
Closes
27 Nov 2018
Ref
15226
Job Type
Temporary

An exciting opportunity for an experienced Senior Manager to play a pivotal role in our bids & tenders activity for a temporary contract for 24 months.

The School of Health, Wellbeing and Social Care (HWSC) within the Faculty of Wellbeing, Education & Language Studies has a long and successful track record in working with employers to deliver education and training to support workforce development.  This work is now moving into a very exciting phase as we develop and deliver new higher and degree apprenticeships.

Do you have a flair for writing, together with the skills and determination to play a key role in supporting the Faculty’s ambition?

We are seeking a talented, organised individual who will manage the school’s input into bidding activity in collaboration with colleagues across the school, faculty and business development unit. The post holder will lead on bid writing on behalf of HWSC, mobilising appropriate expert contributions where necessary, helping to drive efficient processes and develop our bid library, while working to tight deadlines.

You will play a pivotal role in optimising the school’s ability to respond effectively to opportunities to tender for new business in the Nursing and Social Work apprenticeships market.

The role is ideally suited to someone who has excellent communication skills, including the ability to write accurately and persuasively. You will be a highly organised team player with an eye for detail, who enjoys working in a fast paced and dynamic environment.

Consideration will be given to flexible working patterns.

Closing date:  5:00pm on 27th November 2018

For detailed information and how to apply click the button below, or call the Staffing Team on 01908 332247 or email wels-Recruitment@open.ac.uk quoting the reference number. 

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