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Feb 232017
 

Administrator- Tendering

Salary: Negotiable

We require an Admin tender candidate who has the experience to drive this process and support the management team in optimizing our submissions to their full potential.

Role & Responsibilities:

  • Tender Administrator from receipt to submission stage, for all tenders received for our business within public and private sector.
  • Working with the relevant management teams on the collating of all material as required on the tender response and specification requirements.
  • Ability to confidently work on the tender content without supervision and present drafts to management teams.
  • Ensuring participants involved in process adhere to agreed timelines and company’s Tender SOP is complied with.
  • Monitoring of existing contracts and expirations dates.
  • Maintenance of contract data base.
  • Analyzing spend by company against tender agreed levels and reporting back to the management team.
  • Monitoring of tender websites and responsibility for advising relevant management teams.

Skills & Experience Requirements:

  • Degree/ Diploma level education in either Business or Marketing Studies.
  • Minimum of 2 years’ experience in tendering processes and administration
  • Strong focus on accuracy and attention to detail.
  • Extremely well organized, analytical and capable of handling multiple projects.
  • Strong team player as well as the ability to work on own initiative.
  • Highly proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint.
  • Knowledge of SAP, Adobe & Photoshop would be advantageous.

If qualified send CV only quoting the job title on the subject (ADMINISTRATOR) to  jobscglltd@gmail.com stating the expected salary. Only the shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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