Role description

As BID Manager, you guarantee the overall tender process, thus ensuring maximum profit opportunities and functionally manage a number of teams.

Responsibilities:

– Organize and lead bid/no bid meetings where the guiding principles of the process are discussed in detail, thus resulting in the smooth construction of the bid;
– Using pre-qualifications, estimate what actions are necessary to increase the probability of winning;
– Manage and optimize the process of each tender/offer submission;
– Ensuring that deadlines are met d.m.v. The formatting of an efficient schedule;
– Translate customer needs into concrete and attractive proposals. To this end, it works closely with other key people in the sales department;
– Elaborate improvement proposals and cost reductions, where you keep commercial conditions in mind;
– Perform negotiations with the client where you represent and defend the interests of the organization;
– Follow up on the progress of current and new files and share best practices as needed;
– Commercial advice to the team regarding the development of pricing strategies and internal business cases

Profile description

– You hold a bachelor’s/master’s degree or are equivalent through experience;
– You have sufficient commercial acumen and can negotiate at a level;
– You are strong in following up and managing processes;
– You are communicatively strong and stress resistant;
– You are familiar with the Office package;
– You are fluent in Dutch and English.

Offer description

In addition to a market-based salary package, our client offers an attractive total package of additional legal benefits, as well as a car and 50% work from home after an introductory period. You will join an innovative company where everyone encourages each other. The company culture is characterized by their open communication and pleasant atmosphere.

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