How much does a Bid Manager make hourly in the United States? The average hourly wage for a Bid Manager in the United States is $27 as of April 26, 2022, but the salary range typically falls between $23 and $32. Hourly rate can vary widely depending on many important factors, including education, certifications, additional skills, the number of years you have spent in your profession. With more online, real-time compensation data than any other website, helps you determine your exact pay target. 

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What is a Bid Manager?

A Bid Manager is an executive sales role within an organization, responsible for managing bids generally in response to request for proposals (RFPs) from customers, but also as proactive pursuits for business. Bid managers orchestrate the creation of the solution and proposal as ‘Bid Project Managers’ ensuring compliance with customer requirements while highlighting company value proposition. The role of a Bid Manager often works with company board directors and C-level management (i.e. CEO, CFO) to bring and deliver strategic approaches to win bids....

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Job Openings for Bid Manager
System Soft Technologies - Herndon , VA
- Bid Manager / Proposal Manager System Soft Technologies is a leading technology company that provides innovative technical solutions and consulting services to enhance innovation, business value, and ...
LinkedIn - 19 days ago
dentsu - Charlottesville , VA
Perform daily campaign activities for enterprise level Paid Search (PPC) campaigns, including: bid management, budget allocation, forecasting, performance monitoring, strategic testing, and campaign ...
JobCase - 8 days ago
DuPont Specialty Products USA - Richmond , VA
Engineer technical aspects of non-capital projects including scope, specification, vendor bid management and project cost estimation. Manage project engineering through startup, operator training ... - 26 days ago
Leonardo DRS, Inc. - Sterling , VA
If bid decision is made, pass opportunity on to team for execution of proposal. * Manage partner relationship communication management. * Provide required information for monthly, quarterly and ...
Lensa - 6 days ago
Versar, Inc. - Springfield , VA
Proposal Manager Proposal Manager will have the responsibility of coordinating all phases of the ... Exercising full responsibility for complex federal government proposals and bid preparations ...
ZipRecruiter ATS Jobs for ZipSearch/ZipAlerts - 2 days ago
Stand Steady - Fairfax , VA
... bid management software / ad platform APIs o eCommerce experience preferred COMPUTER EQUIPMENT AND LEVEL OF SOFTWARE REQUIREMENTS: · Microsoft Office Suite - especially strong Excel SPECIFIC ...
LinkedIn - 19 days ago
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