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    Interim Bid Director

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    I am working on behalf of one of the top tier outsourcers who are looking to secure a place on the next generation of the Prisoner Escorting and Court Services (PECS) Contract for the MoJ. I am wanting to speak with exceptional Interim Bid Directors who have experience in developing an innovative, customer centric, deliverable solution that not only meets but exceeds the clients requirements.

    Involvement in previous PECS bids would clearly be hugely advantageous, however, so would successfully bidding for and winning other secure environment work such as Prisons, Patient Transfer, Forensic Science, Cash Transfer and General Critical Infrastructure.

    You will be joining an existing team, to lead one of the key workstreams and will play a pivotal role in what would be a significant contract win. If successful in the Bid, you will be well placed to manage the programme to mobilisation the contract.

    This will require a very quick turnaround from enquiry to start date, therefore you must be immediately or at least imminently available.

    For more information and to be considered for the role, please apply via the link.

    Remuneration: up to £1,000 per day
    Duration: 6 Months
    Location: London
    Reference: 175977/001_1551450926
    Type: Temporary
    Sector: Business & Support Services
    Discipline: Sales
    Date Added: 01 Mar 2019
    Closing Date: 29 Mar 2019

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