ROLE: Estimator / Bid ManagerLOCATION: DorsetSALARY: Dependent on Experience A market leading specialist steel contractor is currently looking for an experience Estimator / Bid Manager to be based in their very impressive office in Dorset They are an established and growing company who value their staff above all. They aim to provide an excellent working environment, training, support and opportunity to grow at a rate that suits you in your chosen career. The Bid Manager shall: Be responsible for ensuring bids are submitted on time and to a high standardReport as required on the progress of each bid against agreed programme.Review technical solutions to ensure most cost efficient solutions are submittedImplement bid strategies to co-ordinate the preparation and submissionPresent internally for approval, information incl technical responses, staffing and administration structures for bid preparationCo-ordinate, prepare and continually review bid submissions.Prepare meeting schedules and coordination of the design and construct teamsPrepare bid presentations In return you will be working for one of the market leaders in there field both in the UK and Internationally. The company is due to relocate to brand new state of the art facilities in the next year and have very ambitious plans for the future and you can be a part of that journey. If you feel you you are right for this role please get in touch with Sharon O'Donnell at your earliest convenience.
In January we announced our new charity initiative for 2018, whereby instead of donating to a major charity or project like we have done every other year we decided to get personal.
Every Highfielder has the opportunity to donate to the charity of their choice once they have hit their annual target - so far we have had three donations and we hope lots more to come!
Sharon O'Donnell visited Ronald McDonald House in Southampton; a charity close to her heart, to donate the £1000 to them. She had a tour of the premises and heard many stories of success in which the amazing staff of Ronald McDonald House had eased the lives of families with children who had been hospitalised either long term, or far away from home.
Matthew Rickett returned to the Ashford & St. Peter's NICU where his son was born prematurely and cared for and donated to the Little Roo Neonatal Fund - not just the £1000 for hitting his targets, but an additional £572 raised through shaving his head (including the topknot!!).
Tom Archer visited the Booth Centre; Salvation Army premises on Oxford Street in Southampton, where a very close friend of his was resident for some time. To say thank you for the incredible support they gave, Tom's donation of £1000 will be going toward new gym equipment for the residents there to use.