- Minimum Rate: £450 a day
- Location: Milton Keynes MK7
Profile A proven track record in bid leadership, writing and business development, contract management and negotiation, implementation and programme / project management, strategy development, service planning / transformation and account and performance management, within Health and Social Care. Bids include primary, urgent and community care services, as well as Adult Social Care and Children's Services. Has also supported and written bids to gain access to various frameworks for Charities and Commissioning Support Units. Key Achievements Recent successes include Croydon Health - £33m for urgent care, Provide CiC - £4.25m for primary care, CLCH - £105m+ for community care and AT Medics - £18m for primary care. Delivered over £50m worth of small bids for Concordia Health, Serco and Care UK. PRINCE II - Practitioner. Experience This associate is flexible as to where they work and what role they can undertake for clients. They are ambitious, competitive and always looking for ways to support employers and customers realising their own goals and objectives with high quality, patient / client focussed care as the guiding factors.
Primary Discipline: Bid Consultant
Reference No: CAN-41240
Consultant Skills: People / Team Management, Bid Resource Allocation, Strategy Development, PQQ Experience, Project Management, Knowledge Management, Pre-Proposal Planning, Programme Management, Presentation Skills, Business Development, Relationship Management, Proof Reading, Bid Management, Bid Governance, Solution Design, Bid Process Management, Bid Kick-Off, TUPE, Contract Negotiation, Due Diligence, Win Strategy Development, Proposal Writing, Editorial Skills, Commercial Negotiations, Competitive Dialogue, Framework Agreements, Pipeline Management, Bid Profit and Loss Experience, Negotiation Skills, Risk Management and Compliance, Commercial Management
Consultant Qualifications: Prince 2, Masters Degree
Consultant Industries: Healthcare Services, Government and Public Sector