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P6 Tender Planner

  • Location: Barnsley
  • Salary: £40k - 50k per year
  • Job Type:Permanent

Posted about 1 month ago

  • Sector: Rail, Construction, Civil Engineering
  • Contact: Joanna Gutkowska
  • Contact Email:
  • Contact Phone: 01132 420303
  • Expiry Date: 02 December 2022
  • Job Ref: 399269JGA

Anderselite client, a specialist rail and civil engineering is currently looking for P6 Tender Planner or (Senior) to join an established and busy business unit involved in pre-contract planning on a range of civil engineering infrastructure projects and frameworks in Northern region.

Existing contracts include CP6 infrastructure projects, minor works and Environment Agency frameworks with works typically including bridge re-construction/replacement, upgrades and refurbishments, station work (platforms, access for all etc.), structures including bridges, tunnels and footbridges.

The Role

As P6 Tender Planner (or Senior Tender Planner), you will be reporting to the Senior Pre-Contracts Manager and will be accountable for developing competitive cost effective tender programmes to accurately capture identified customer needs. Day to day responsibilities include:

Build a programme from first principles using Primavera P6
Liaise with estimating and internal stakeholders to determine sufficiency and compliance of internal resources and also subcontractor/supplier quotations with respect to programme/methodology
Input into the tender strategy
The presentation of tender programmes to senior management at tender review meetings
Technical appraisal of construction labour, plant, materials and temporary works
The effective analysis of programme risks
The preparation of tender submission documents including programme narrative.
Plant & labour reconciled with estimating team.
Produce programme what-if scenarios as appropriate.


To excel in this role, you will have previous experience as a Tender Planner or P6 Planner in a civil engineering environment (ideally rail but other civils project backgrounds will be equally considered)