E-TenderingDetails about freezing bids, mapping java & DSC. It covers the mapping process, the documentation, etc. Learn how to file e-tenders and get contracts.
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• Understand the tendering and rate analysis process so that you are well aware of the costing of your construction projects
• Effectively execute the complete tendering procedure either online or offline for your company
• Start your career as a site manager, contractor, construction analyst, or project manager with a reputed firm or government agency
• Teach the concepts of tendering and rate analysis to your subordinates to develop an efficient organization
• Understand and apply the knowledge of rate analysis in E- Tenders to get various contracts.
The E-Tendering Certification ensures you know planning, production and measurement techniques needed to stand out from the competition.
eTenders are preferred by most government and private organizations because of their transparency, speed of execution, efficiency and cost savings. e tenders allow these organizations to reach to vendors throughout the world and get the best solutions to address their issues.
E-procurement is paper less, electronic system of uploading/downloading of documents whereas manual tendering requires dealing with paper & also cumbersome.
Whereas procurement involves the entire process from need identification to invoice payment, tendering itself is limited to the process of going to the external market with your need specification with the intent to collect, analyze and nominate bids.
e-Procurement facilitates, integrates, and streamlines procurement processes. From buyer to supplier and even back. Approved under the Information Technology Act, and with legal status, a Digital Signature Certificate is essential for all e-Procurement processes.
Digital Signature Certificates (DSC) are the digital equivalent (that is electronic format) of physical or paper certificates. Few Examples of physical certificates are drivers' licenses, passports or membership cards.
Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) is the electronic format of a physical or paper certificate. DSC serves as proof of identity of an individual or Organization for a certain purpose online / on computer.
Uplatz online training guarantees the participants to successfully go through the E-Tendering Certification provided by Uplatz. Uplatz provides appropriate teaching and expertise training to equip the participants for implementing the learnt concepts in an organization.
Course Completion Certificate will be awarded by Uplatz upon successful completion of the E-Tendering online course.
The E-Tendering draws an average salary of $140,000 per year depending on their knowledge and hands-on experience.
To monitor and ensure that tender submission due dates are strictly adhered to, including the checking, binding, packing and preparation of outgoing submissions; To ensure that tender submissions are standardized in terms of format, font, logo, etc. and in line with customer's tender requirements.
Specializing in Bids and Proposals can offer long and successful career opportunities for the right person. The roles tend to pay well, the progression is excellent, and you get the opportunity to become a real thought partner and advisor to the business.
Note that salaries are generally higher at large companies rather than small ones. Your salary will also differ based on the market you work in.
Team Lead - Business CRM
1. As a tender manager, what is your management style?
In my experience delegating responsibility and authority is crucial. A team needs to be able to develop and grow as individuals and a whole, not be held back by low expectations or ego.
I believe in building a team. Each member of the team should be clear on their role, know where they fit in and feel as though they can depend on one another. I also believe in real-time feedback. If you do something wrong you should know it immediately. Regardless of right or wrong, the further removed feedback is in time, the less effective it is.
2. What experience do you have when it comes to discussing our recently posted TENDER MANAGER position?
Ever since my first paper route at age 10 I’ve been doing something to keep myself busy and earn money. Back then, it was obviously about earning some spending money. What I didn’t realize was that I was actually starting the journey of establishing what I liked to do and how I fit in to the grand scheme of things. I then worked as a junior computer tech in my last 2 summers of high school. It was here that I discovered what I was passionate about and what I wanted to do. I enrolled in college to get my degree in computer sciences, and I have been working around technology ever since.
3. Our field is always changing. As such, what have you done with regards to personal development when it comes to a TENDER MANAGER POSITION in the last 12 months?
That is a really great question. While I haven’t had the opportunity to develop within this particular role per se, I have actually become very involved in my local foodbank this year. This has taught me a great deal about community, teamwork, and taking initiative.
I took it upon myself to enroll in a summer business admin course at the local community college. Through this, I picked up some really great knowledge on communication and teamwork, as well as further develop overall managerial skills. Though it may not be directly applicable to this particular job, I believe the overall experience I gained could be a real asset here.
4. I like what I’m hearing but we’ve got a ton of great candidates. Why should we hire you?
An easy question to answer well with one caveat – don’t slam your fellow interviewee’s. On the one hand, you have an opportunity to really stand out from the pack. Alternatively, You shouldn’t assume the skills of other applicants. Focus on your own strengths, and if the interviewer hasn’t given you an opportunity to mention that one “slam dunk” quality about yourself, now would be the time.
Is there a wrong way to answer this question? Consider the responses below:
“I really need a job right now”
“I need the money”
“Your office is really close to my house”
“I’ve always been interested in what you guys do”
Notice any commonality here? All of these answers demonstrate a benefit to you. While every employer assumes that these sorts of things play in on some level, these are not the reasons they are going to hire you.
In summation, clearly illustrate what in specific has made you a good employee, and how you envision yourself contributing to and benefiting the company.
5. I’m curious – how did you come to find out about our company and what do you know about us?
This can be a great way to stand out from other applicants and demonstrate initiative. Almost every company will have a website, Facebook page, Instagram account, or some sort of digital footprint. Spend a bit of time doing some online research:
If they have a website, check out their “About us” or “Culture/Mission/Vision” pages.
Who are some of the principal people who work there? Who are the founders?
What sorts of things does this company care about? Do they donate to a particular cause or charity? Which one(s)?
What are their core values? Which of their core values resonate with you?
Has the company been in the news recently or have they won any awards (Social Media can be a great place to find this information).
While your interviewer won’t expect you to have in-depth company history, a little here can go a long way.