Whitehouse Construction

This role in a snapshot:

  • Full time
  • Based in our Ashbourne Head Office (temporarily remote)
  • Salary negotiable depending on experience

Why you'll love working here:

  • Continuing Professional Development
  • Long service recognition
  • Company pension
  • Be part of a successful team

Whitehouse Construction is a leading Civil Engineering SME.

We are a family run business directly employing our entire workforce on a PAYE basis, recognising that our people make our business the success it is today.

We work alongside a wide range of blue-chip companies such as; Environment Agency, Severn Trent Water, Manchester Airport Group, Western Power Distribution, Coal Authority and many more, throughout the Midlands region and beyond. Also, fully owning and operating a UPVC Flood Door Manufacturing Facility.

We are looking for a Bid Writer to join our team on a permanent basis. The role will be office based at our Ashbourne Head Office. Your main responsibility will be to write technically sound and customer centric content for a wide variety of bids. You’ll work directly with our Bid Manager, who will be committed to enhancing your writing skillset and developing your professional career.

Day to Day Duties will include:
  • Input into the delivery of competitively advantageous bids for both PQQ and ITT Submissions
  • Write professional, comprehensive, and compelling bid/tender responses
  • Be part of our ongoing Safety, Health, Environment and Quality (SHEQ) disciplines at all times.
  • Generate Marketing Material
  • Identifying wining theme tenders for bid consideration
Required skills include:
  • Good Communication skills essential
  • Civil Engineering experience not essential
  • Technical Writing: 1 year (preferred)

We are believers in the Living Wage and are an Equal Opportunities employer. Welcoming applications from all sectors of the community. 

If you think you meet our requirements and would like to join our successful team, please apply via https://indeedhi.re/3eczukh