In which sectors does this professional work?
And what kind of company can I send my CV to once I have finished the course?
To understand the scope and transferability of this profession, let us use a simple example: imagine entering a public institution, such as a hospital; everything you see is the result of a tender.
Companies of different types and belonging to different sectors participated in call for tenders and, through the work of the tender office, were awarded contracts to provide goods and services of various kinds to that public facility: cars, ambulances, PCs, printers, software of any kind, medical and health devices (e.g. needles, catheters, wheelchairs etc.), uniforms, any type of specialised or non-specialised equipment (e.g. CT scans, MRI machines, X-rays, hoists, fire extinguishers), consumables, any kind of furniture (e.g. beds, wardrobes, curtains, chairs, desks), medicines, stationery, building construction and maintenance, green areas management, cleaning and maintenance of facilities, security, porterage, security, energy supply, supply of fuel for any means of transport and their maintenance, and we could go on and on.....
The answer to the initial question?
A tender professional is almost unlimited in the types of companies and sectors that they can work in.