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London, UK
Studio/bidding assistant
at We Made That

We Made That has an opportunity for a studio/bidding assistant in London.

This is a deadline-driven and busy support role in a collaborative environment alongside a highly motivated team of architects, urban designers, researchers and support staff. You will support the wider team and practice manager in company marketing and communications, bidding for new work and supporting document production on projects. Strong communication skills, an interest in graphics and meticulous attention to detail would be desired. Experience in a similar role would be an advantage.


Project communications:

  • creating and updating texts and related content on projects for use in bids, marketing materials and digital communications
  • creating standard and bespoke marketing materials and content

Company information and marketing materials:

  • maintaining key company and project information for bids and other marketing materials, including CVs and project sheets
  • supporting publicity: awards, events, exhibitions and publications
  • producing ad-hoc brochures and capability statements


  • managing new work proposals and bid submissions, tracking and follow-up of practice-wide bidding activities
  • interfacing with procurement portals, timescales, deadlines, requirements and clarifications
  • coordinating inputs from internal team members and sub-consultants
  • producing bid submission documents (including PQQs, tenders and supporting admin requirements)

Project and studio support:

  • assisting the production of documents in relation to projects
  • coordinating templates, style guides and visual quality control
  • support project leaders and directors
  • support day-to-day needs of the studio alongside practice manager


  • flexible and able to adapt to deadlines
  • highly organised
  • professional phone manner
  • meticulous attention to detail
  • impeccable English language communication skills, both spoken and written
  • proficiency with the Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop and InDesign required, Lightroom preferable)
  • excellent graphic communication and presentation

Salary guide: negotiable dependant on experience (plus company benefits structure)

  • Applications have closed.