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Space Technical Sales & Bid Manager
— Exciting, growing space company
- Opportunity to sell interesting and innovative Space technology
- Fast paced company with the chance to really make a difference
- Small team so the role has a lot of responsibility and autonomy
This role will focus on delivering bids for tenders and projects for this exciting space company. In addition, they will be working on technical sales and engaging with customers and partners.
What you’ll be doing
Managing the bid process from opening up, to submission as well as managing the ongoing process.
Identify and keep aware of bid opportunities with ESA, the UK Space Agency and EU to name a few.
Work with the Head of Sales on all other aspects of the sales process including working with clients and potential customers.
What experience you’ll need to apply
- Experience working within the Space industry in Sales or Business Development
- Proven experience of managing a bid process from beginning to end
- Experience working with ESA and the UK Space Agency
- Ability to win business and bids
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