Bids and Proposal Manager

Bids and Proposal Manager

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Bids and Proposal Manager
Job Type
Permanent

Curriculum / Service Area
Business Development

Campus / Location
Bispham

Hours per week
37

Part-Year?
No

Post scale
Spot Salary

Vacancy interview date
11/07/2022

Closing Date
04/07/2022

Documents
  • Job Description
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The Position
An opportunity has become available for a Bids and Proposal Manager to join our Business Development department on a permanent full-time basis, working 37 hours per week. The position attracts a SPOT salary of up to £35,151 dependant on experience.

Key responsibilities
To write successful, compliant and commercially sound bids which are aligned to B&FC's business strategy.

Qualifications & Experience
  • Relevant Degree or professional equivalency
  • Experience of writing complex bids to demanding timescales
  • Experience of open and competitive tendering process
B&FC Key Facts
  • Graded Good by Ofsted (2022)
  • One of the Fylde Coast's largest employers with circa 1,000 employees
  • Circa. 12,500 students choose to study with B&FC annually
  • B&FC sites span across a 12 mile stretch of the Fylde Coast with 5 campuses , 3 specialist centres and 4 community learning centres
  • ESFA judge B&FC to be financially strong with a normal turnover c£54m
Rewards and Benefits
  • Enhanced annual leave allowance of 38 days (full-time equivalent)
  • Opportunity to purchase additional annual leave
  • Competitive pension scheme:
    • Teachers' Pension Scheme (TPS) - 23% employer contribution
    • Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) - 16% employer contribution
  • Extensive professional development opportunities for all, with B&FC choosing to invest circa. £1.8m in colleague development annually
  • Agile working opportunities
  • Family friendly policies
  • Extensive wellbeing provision including, but not limited to:
    • Access to funded Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) available 24/7, 365 days a year
    • Occupational Health
    • FREE Flu Vouchers for those not entitled through the NHS
    • FREE eye tests
    • Dedicated Wellbeing Hub available to all colleagues containing rich and varied content with resources relating to emotional, physical, financial and social wellbeing
    • FREE healthy breakfast
    • Sports facilities including fully equipped gym
    • Health and beauty salon
    • Trim Trails on Campus (guided routes for walks)
  • Onsite food outlets and Starbucks at subsidised rates
  • FREE car parking
  • Onsite kids 'Sports Camp' 8am - 5pm during selected half-term breaks
How to Apply. Please read...
  • In order to apply for this role, click on the 'apply for this job' button on this page
  • There is a function to upload a CV at the beginning of the application form however, this is optional
  • The supporting statement within the online form has a limit of 1000 words. It is recommended to write the statement in a word document and then paste the text into the box provided
  • B&FC is committed to the promotion of Equality, Diversity & Inclusion in all resourcing practices. Please email [email protected] should a specific adjustment be required to support in the application and selection process
  • B&FC is dedicated to safeguarding and the promotion of the welfare of all learners, and expects all colleagues to share in this commitment. As such, employment at B&FC is subject to an Enhanced DBS Check via the Disclosure and Barring Service. For further information on DBS, please click here
  • The amendments to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (2013 and 2020) provides that when applying for certain jobs and activities, certain convictions and cautions are considered 'protected'. This means that they do not need to be disclosed to employers, and if they are disclosed, employers cannot take them into account. Guidance about whether a conviction or caution should be disclosed can be found on the Ministry of Justice website. Check whether your conviction or caution is spent by visiting Disclosure Calculator