Bid Writer – £24-25K

This is a fantastic opportunity for a graduate with a passion for food to work at the heart of a leading food business in Berkshire.
Bid Writer
The Bids and Tenders team look after the bids and tenders process for new and existing customers, which may include working on tenders for customers as varied as universities, hotels, leisure centres, public sector departments and much more.
As a bid writer you will work within a team, where you will look for new opportunities and then research, write and produce winning tenders for the business.
This is a fantastic opportunity for someone with some exposure to working with a bids or tenders environment and who would like to work in a fast-paced commercial environment.
The salary on offer is £24-25K and this is an immediate start role.
What do You Need?

A strong passion for the food industry – all foodies welcome!
Ideally a 2:1 (or equivalent) or above in your chosen disciple.
Strong research and writing skills.
Ideally you will have experience in a bid writer or tenders role, which could be an internship, placement year or experience post university.
Intermediate level Excel.
Excellent verbal communication skills.

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