Technical Bid Administrator (FT, PT, Job Share)

  • Job Reference: 190826
  • Date Posted: 10 May 2022
  • Employer: E.ON UK PLC
  • Location: Stoke (.), United Kingdom
  • Salary: On Application
  • Sector: Administration
  • Job Type: Permanent
  • Duration: Permanent
  • Work Hours: Full Time

Job Description

Here's what you'll be doing

Technical Bid Administrator

Salary - £24,853 - £32,255

Location – Stoke

We have a market leading benefits package – it includes 26 days’ holiday plus 8 bank holidays, a generous pension scheme and the chance to choose from 20 flexible benefits


At EON we're 100% committed to our part in creating a sustainable future, whether its providing innovative lighting solutions for new developments, retrofitting solutions for local authorities or even developing and introducing smart technologies for distribution networks. We are a team of committed and passionate individuals, and we would love you to join us in helping decarbonising energy infrastructures and helping the planet at the same time.


Here’s what you will be doing

We're looking for a Technical Bid Administrator to join our growing Bid and Design Team within our Lighting and Grid organisation. This role will provide valuable support in developing a centralised approach to bidding large highways lighting and electrical network connections projects. You will support with identifying and developing proposals from enquiry stage to contract award.


Other responsibilities include:


  • Assist in the preparation and management of bid enquiries and documentation in accordance with the relevant procedures
  • The delivery of a flexible, high quality, customer focused and cost-effective service within Highways Lighting
  • Assist in identifying opportunities for strategic business growth
  • Provide administrative bid and design support services for employees
  • Ensuring that accurate bid and design records are maintained
  • Maintain company procedures and systems under the guidance of management
  • Gather and process financial, personnel, sales and operational data from staff and manual/electronic systems
  • Continuously improving the way in which the bid and design team, identify, track, monitor, bid for works to ensure high levels of customer satisfaction
  • Be proactive about and take ownership of all aspects of safety, health, environmental and quality issues related to work and the impact on ourselves and others

What we need from you
  • A relevant business or project management qualification (please include details in your application) 
  • Previous customer service or bidding experience
  • Be able to tackle problems in a logical way taking into account all relevant information and take responsibility for solving a problem and seeing it through
  • Have a working knowledge of the customer service and guarantees of service requirements
  • Strong oral communication, interpersonal and influencing skills with the ability to take a confident and diplomatic approach with staff, colleagues and customers
  • Organisational skills with the ability to prioritise and schedule own workload to meet the requirements of his/her own team
  • Numerical and analytical skills with the ability to interpret data and information and produce it in a clear and logical format
  • A working knowledge of PC based computer systems and the ability to adapt quickly to changes to those systems


It would be great if you

  • Have an understanding of the Highways Lighting business
  • Have a general appreciation of the distribution network