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I joined Mace in May 2021 following my degree in BA Geography and now I am a Assistant Bid Manager. I wanted to join Mace because I participated in Mace’s Week in Construction while in college and loved the company and the diversity of roles within it.

Annie Haigh

Assistant Bid Manager


How has your career progressed from the beginning to now?

I joined Mace in May 2021 as a Bid Coordinator, and began working as an Assistant Bid Manager in March 2022. Since starting, I have supported on a number of bids across multiple sectors including Aviation, Data centres, Education, Energy, Highways, Mixed-use development, Rail, Regeneration, Residential Accommodation, and Utilities.

What is your current job role and what does it involve?

I am working with the property team (consult) as an Assistant Bid Manager. Prior to joining Mace, I didn’t known much about bids. The bid team is also known as the work winning team. We put together documents and presentations in response to a clients invitation to tender. Activities vary day to day depending on what bid you are working on and include: supporting with managing the budget via finance, evaluating tender documentation, facilitating workshops, and assisting the bid manager throughout the programme. The bid team is a great for networking with both internal and external stakeholders.

What training have you received?

I recently undertook the APMP (Association of Proposal Management Professionals) Foundation Certification. This is for those with 1-3 years of bidding experience and is to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of best practices. I have also taken non-official training throughout my time at Mace, including beginners InDesign training.

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