PROPOSALS ENGINEER - OIL & GAS
Our client is a leading manufacturer of packaged rotating machinery for the global Oil & Gas, Energy and water industries.
Experience of selling activities in a pump, compressor or other rotating machinery environment. Risk management skills and experience. Knowledge and practical application of ISO9001. Knowledge of the application of pump and systems in the oil and gas industry. HNC or equivalent in a relevant engineering subject. Knowledge of global oil and gas markets/client base. Experience of contract - both technical documentation and negotiation of Ts & Cs.
Review formal customer enquiries and prepare detailed, technical quotations which meet customer requirements technically and commercially. Drive the technical clarification process and work with the wider team to secure orders. Participate in face-to-face customer meetings. Prepare the necessary handover documentation as required. Progress reporting. Liaison with customers, internal departments and sub suppliers. Provide technical support and guidance to proposals engineers. Provide commercial support and guidance to proposals engineers. Support proposal engineers during both technical and commercial bid evaluation meetings. Provide technical support and guidance to proposals engineers.
Excellent basic salary plus package
There are no specialist Health & Safety issues related to this role.
Permanent (unless otherwise stated in the job title above).
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