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Bid Support Manager

The International Institute for Environment and Development

Location: Edinburgh, London
Salary: £39,114 to £48,595 per annum
Hours: Full Time
Contract Type: Permanent
Placed On: 9th September 2021
Closes: 26th September 2021

Central London or Edinburgh (Please note that while this role is advertised as office-based, IIED will remain a predominantly remote-working organisation for the foreseeable future).

The closing deadline for applications is midnight on 26 September.

Interviews will be held the week commencing 4 October.

The Company

The International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) is a policy and action research organisation. We promote sustainable development to improve livelihoods and protect the environments on which these livelihoods are built.

We are now looking for a Bid Support Manager to join us and support our Business Development function on a full-time, permanent basis.

The Benefits

- Salary of £39,114 - £43,067 per annum (up to £48,595 for exceptional candidates) based on skills and experience

- Benefits package

The Role

As a Bid Support Manager, you will support the proposal development process, ensuring all bids and proposals meet the highest professional standards and support the achievement of our fundraising strategy.

Working closely with Research Groups, you will help review bids and proposals to ensure they meet compliance requirements for funders and are in line with our business objectives. You will assist them to pull together core application and bid documents and share information about funding calls that relate to their work.

Using our end-to-end project management system, you will track our proposals, manage risks appropriately and review and identify key trends.

Additionally, you will:

- Write standard proposal sections and edit technical input from researchers

- Help to gather early funder intelligence on upcoming tenders

- Co-ordinate our Proposal Development Process (PDP), bid kick-off and proposal review meetings

- Review and access funding channels to identify new proposal opportunities in a timely manner

About You

To join us as a Bid Support Manager, you will need:

- Substantial proposal development and/or bid support experience

- Experience of working with institutional funders (e.g. FCDO/DFID, BEIS. EC, etc) and/or Research Councils in proposal development, with a solid track record of successful income generation

- Experience of producing and communicating frequent proposals and budgets

- Experience of analysing financial information and interpreting it for a non-financial audience

- Awareness of the actors, institutions and issues in the sustainable development arena

- A high level of analytical, technical and synthesis skills

- The ability to influence at a senior level

- Advanced IT skills, particularly with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

- A degree level education 

Other organisations may call this role Bid Development Manager, Proposal Development Manager, Bid Writer, Tender Manager, or Tender Support Manager.

Please note, while this role is advertised as office-based, IIED will remain a predominantly remote-working organisation for the foreseeable future.

This is a full-time role working 35 hours per week.

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