Department: Commercial

Reporting to: Richard Cooper, Chief Commercial Officer

People Manager? No

Location: Remote - UK

Contract: Permanent

Working pattern: Full time

 

What you’ll do

This role is responsible for managing the Request for Information (RFI) and Request for Proposal (RFP) process and coordination of contracting, supporting the sales team to successfully deliver against opportunities, and to produce high quality and visually appealing proposal documents. It is a critical role in supporting the Business Development team to achieve the assigned sales targets and ultimately the Cambridge Cognition sales forecast.

You’ll be:

  • Coordinating RFI and RFP processes and responses, establishing and maintaining a database of standard content to enable rapid completion
  • Closely working with the sales lead to distil and digest the pertinent information and data, mobilising workstreams and working groups to achieve the task
  • Project managing and evaluating progress against milestones and goals in the submission process
  • Preparing more informal and speculative proposals that are requested verbally or discussed ad hoc with customers
  • Coordinating and tracking the contracting and sales process
  • Build an outstanding understanding of our products and their differentiating advantages
  • Proposal writing – working closely with the sales lead, scientific, marketing, and operational colleagues to construct and produce a high quality and visually appealing value story and needs based proposal that clearly differentiates us from the competition
  • To obtain a clear understanding of customer needs and requirements, and be able to flex the sales approach in the proposal to meet each customers unique requirements as set out by the sales team
  • Where needed, to assist the Business Development team in the planning and execution of sales activities
  • To closely collaborate with the Business Development team, Marketing, Clinical and Science, Operations, Customer Service

 

What we’d love from you

  • Highly developed PowerPoint skills
  • Written word to a high standard
  • Understanding of clinical trials, scientific proposal, and briefs
  • Experience in managing RFI/RFP processes, and tender writing
  • Comfortable constructing estimates, working with budgets, and calculating margins
  • Strong communication skills
  • Teamwork
  • Influencing without authority
  • Understanding the importance of timelines and deadlines
  • Interest in healthcare solutions, pharmaceutical development and cognition
  • Experience of CRM systems
  • Preferably you’ll have knowledge of cognition testing and experience working within a Neuroscience environment but this isn’t essential

 

What we can offer you

  • Flexibility – this role can be remote or based from our head office in the UK which is in Bottisham, Cambridge. Here we’re trialling smart working with 2 days in the office and 3 days remote
  • 26 days annual leave per year plus bank holidays
  • Generous pension with up to 6.5% company contribution
  • Life assurance 2x base salary
  • Private Health Insurance - Bupa Insurance, Simply Health Cashback Scheme

Even if you don't have all the experience we've listed we’d still love to hear from you if you're interested.

We're not currently able to sponsor employees. This means we’re unable to consider applications from candidates who are not eligible to work in the country our roles are based. 

Cambridge Cognition is an equal opportunities employer, we are committed to equality of opportunity for all employees and application from individuals are encouraged regardless of age, disability, sex, gender reassignment, sexual orientation, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, marriage, and civil partnerships.

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