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Virtual Recruiting Center

Department of the Army, Army Contracting Command, MICC | Published February 13, 2017  -  Deadline March 22, 2017

The Mission and Installation Contracting Command (MICC) Center - Fort Knox intends to issue a Request for Proposal (RFP) for the operation of the Virtual Recruiting Center (VRC) for the US Army Recruiting Command (USAREC) to support recruiting services. The contractor shall provide all labor, management, supervision, and materials to operate the USAREC VRC, and provide mission support and customer service for the Army. The contractor shall operate the VRC utilizing a variety of programs and communication platforms in support of the primary "" website. The contractor shall be responsible for facilitating all web-based recruiting solutions such as Army Career Explorer (ACE), US Army Future Soldier (FS), Special Operations Recruiting Battalion-Airborne, and monitoring, moderating and responding to social media inquiries. The period of performance is 7 April 2017 through 6 April 2018 with two one-year option periods. This solicitation is 100% Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) set-aside. The Federal Service Code (FSC) is R426 and the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code is 561422 - Telemarketing Bureaus and Other Contact Centers with a size standard of $15.0 million. This will be a firm fixed price contract. The RFP and all amendments will be posted to Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps) website on or about 22 February 2017 with proposals due on or about 22 March 2017. These dates are subject to change. Contractors are reminded to check the website periodically for amendments. All contractors shall be registered in System for Award Management ( to be eligible for award of a contract. Faxed offers and amendments will not be accepted. All questions shall be submitted in writing to the Contracting Officer, Barbara Mattingly at Email shall identify the RFP number and include your complete firm name, street address, city, state, zip code, telephone number with area code and email address. No solicitation mailing list will be compiled and no paper copies of the solicitation and amendments will be issued. No phone calls will be accepted.

Recruiting & Retention Services

Department of the Army, National Guard Bureau | Published February 3, 2017

General Information

Document Type: 

Presolicitation Notice

Solicitation Number:










PSC Code:

R - Professional, administrative, and management support services


541810 - Advertising Agencies

Contracting Office Address
Air National Guard Readiness Center, Contracting Office, 3500 Fetchet , Joint Base Andrews, MD 20762, UNITED STATES
THIS IS A PRESOLICITATION NOTICE ONLY AND NOT A SOLICITATION OR REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL (RFP) DOCUMENT. THE RFP/SOLICITATION PACKAGE WILL BE AVAILABLE AFTER THE CLOSING DATE OF THIS PRE-SOLICITATION NOTICE.  PROPOSALS ARE NOT BEING SOLICITED OR ACCEPTED AT THIS TIME. CONTRACTORS SHOULD FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS BELOW. The Air National Guard Readiness Center, Contracting Office intends to issue a Solicitation W9133L-17-R-0037 for the Recruiting and Retention Program Support Services.   This is a master, indefinite delivery-indefinite quantity (ID/IQ), task order driven, advertising and media buying contract. The contract shall be structured for maximum flexibility in providing for an expedited ordering process in order to satisfy innovative and rapidly developing recruiting and retention program support services to the ANG units within the 54 states and territories. 
The RFQ document, W9133L-17-R-0037, will be issued on or about 27 February 2017 and can be accessed through  The North American Industry Classification Standard (NAICS) is 541810 and the size standard is $15M to classify as a small business. THIS IS A SMALL BUSINESS SET-ASIDE .     
The Government anticipates awarding a single Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contract with a period of performance of 12 months and 2 (1) year option periods.  The Government reserves the right to award one or no contracts as a result of this solicitation.
Vendors that are interested in this requirement should access for issuance for the solicitation, associated documents and solicitation amendments (TELEPHONE CALLS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED). 
A question and answer period will be available when the formal solicitation is released. During that time frame questions shall be submitted no later than the date specified in the solicitation when released. The Government will provide its answers to the questions. The Government will not guarantee a response to any question and/or clarifications after the submission deadline stated in the solicitation. All information regarding this requirement will be communicated via FBO. TELEPHONE CALLS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.
Primary Place(s) of Performance: The primary place of performance shall be determined on each task order.  
Point of Contact
MSgt Tasheka L. Parker, Contract Specialist, 
COL Patrick Staresina, Contracting Officer, 

The renovations at the facility municipal Treasury MO Purovsky district of the building recruiting station located at Yamal-Nenets Autonomous district, Purovsky district g Tarkosale ul Lenina d

Администрация муниципального образования Пуровский район | Published October 19, 2016  -  Deadline October 20, 2027

The renovations at the facility municipal Treasury MO Purovsky district: part of the building recruiting station, located at the address: YANAO, Purovsky district, Tarko-sale, str. Lenina, d. 34 CONV. units of 1.00 433,60 433,60 514 514 total 514 433,60

Recruitment services

Voies navigables de France | Published January 31, 2017  -  Deadline February 28, 2017
79600000, 79610000, 79414000

The Framework Agreement is intended benefits assistance in recruiting staff on permanent contract for VNF. These services concern assistance at every stage of the recruitment process, from the definition of the profiles to the final integration of the candidates, and on personality tests and professional skills.

Recruitment services

Technische Universiteit Delft | Published February 3, 2017  -  Deadline March 20, 2017
79600000, 79610000, 79621000

Currently, the TU Delft has a number of suppliers with respect to the Recruitment and Outsourcing for the Finance Department. Since 2015, TU Delft is working to standardize its hiring process and optimize. This tender is in line with this movement. In addition to standardize and optimize more efficiently shopping center at the conclusion of these contracts.

This tender consists of two lots:

- Lot 1: recruitment and selection.

- Lot 2: posting.

It is allowed to subscribe to both lots.

If the TU Delft itself fails to fill a vacancy is turned on a recruiting party to fill the vacancy.

The general posting requirement exists when there is a peak load or without replacement during prolonged absence, with specialist knowledge of an organization that is involved is needed in research and education.

Recruitment services

Upphandling Södertörn | Published February 18, 2017  -  Deadline March 30, 2017

The contract relates to recruitment services for Haninge and Nynäshamn.


Södertörns Procurement Board hereby invites bidders, hereinafter referred to as providers, to submit tenders relating to recruitment services.

Framework agreements will be signed individually for each municipality.

Organization thus has the right to procure separately.


The contract covers recruitment services reported below eight (8) tender areas:

Proposals may be submitted in one or more bidding zones.

Can also include particularly difficult recruiting managers and specialists.

Specialists may be different services in the areas of communications, business / marketing, legal, HR, finance and more.

Technology and engineers - Refers to the recruitment of various types of engineers, building inspector, planning architect and more.

Health Science - Refers to the recruitment of example school doctors, nurses, nursing assistants, physiotherapists etc.

Social area - Refers to the recruitment of, for example, social workers, social workers, social workers, care managers, etc.

Education - Refers to the recruitment of example, preschool teacher, teachers, special education teachers, recreation, etc.

An assessment is made against the qualifications adopted by means of one or more methods of assessment including employment psychological testing is one element.

Desktop research - Refers to the part of the recruitment mission to search methodology, only the part that is intended to create a list of active uppsökta candidates who expressed interest in the role they contacted.

The service does not include personal interviews and final selection.

assistance services to staff recruitment in CDI for VNF

Voies navigables de france | Published January 28, 2017
79414000, 79414000, 79600000

The framework agreement aims of assistance services to recruiting staff on permanent contract for VNF. These services concern assistance at every stage of the recruitment process, from the definition of the profiles to the final integration of the candidates, and on personality tests and professional skills.

Research and development services and related consultancy services

University College London | Published January 27, 2017  -  Deadline March 6, 2017

The CRUK Cancer Trials Centre, a department of UCL, requires service to support ICON9 Clinical Trial, as fully described in Schedule 4 of this tender.

The budget for this tender is 3 000 000 GBP. Suppliers that provide tender responses above this budget limited will have their offers rejected.

The specification detailing UCL's full requirements is set out in Schedule 4 (Specification) and should be read before Bidders begin to respond to this ITT.

Trial sponsor: UCL

Co-ordinated by: Cancer research UK and UCL Cancer Trials centre (CR UK and UCL CTC) Academic research unit funded by external charity/research grants.

ICON9: An international phase III randomised study to evaluate the efficacy of maintenance cediranib and olaparib combination therapy or olaparib alone in patients with relapsed platinum-sensitive ovarian cancer following a response to platinum-based chemotherapy.

Randomisation: 610 eligible women randomised to either cediranib + olaparib or olaparib alone (open label).

Following a response (partial/complete response) to platinum based chemotherapy (4-6 cycles) for first recurrence of platinum sensitive relapsed ovarian/fallopian tube/primary peritoneal cancer, patients will be randomised to receive 1 of the following 2 arms:

Arm 1 — Oral olaparib 300mg twice daily and cediranib 20mg once daily. The regimen may be continued beyond progression until trial closure if the patient is deemed to still be deriving clinical benefit.

Arm 2 — Oral olaparib 300mg twice daily. The regimen may be continued beyond progression until trial closure if patient is deemed to still be deriving clinical benefit.

IMP1: Olaparib tablets will be supplied as 100/150mg packed in high-density polyethylene (HDPE) bottles with desiccant, and have child-resistant closures.

IMP2: Cediranib tablets will be supplied as 15/20mg tablets packed in high-density polyethylene (HDPE) bottles with child resistant closures.

Trial Sites:

— UK 35 sites recruiting ~50 % (305 women);

— Australia/NZ 13/2 sites recruiting ~20 % (122 women);

— Canada 10 sites recruiting ~10 % (61 women);

— Italy 10 sites recruiting ~10 % (61 women);

— Spain 10 sites recruiting ~10 % (61 women).

There is the potential to open in 1 other European country if recruitment is slower than anticipated.

Planned Start Date: March 2017

Recruitment Period: July 2017 for 3 years

The tenderer will be required to provide the following goods and services; on-site monitoring, database provision and Interactive web randomisation service (IWRS or IXRS).

NBCSP - Supply and Pathology Analysis of Immunochemical Faecal Occult Blood Test Supplies and Services

Department of Health | Published January 6, 2017  -  Deadline March 14, 2017

The Program is the national screening program implemented in 2006 by the Australian Government. The goal of the Program is to reduce the morbidity and mortality from bowel cancer by actively recruiting and screening the target population for early detection of cancer and pre-cancerous conditions. The Program invites eligible people by mail to complete a free iFOBT in their own home and mail it to the Program’s Pathology Laboratory for analysis. In the 2014 Budget, the Australian Government announced additional funding of $95.9 million over four (4) years to accelerate the expansion of the Program so that eligible people between the ages of 50-74 are invited to screen every two (2) years (biennially) by 2020. The Program currently uses two (2) million iFOBTs (each using two samples) per annum. With the accelerated expansion of the Program, it is estimated that four (4) million iFOBTs per annum, from 1 January 2018, will be required. Program participation is expected to steadily increase which will increase demand for Pathology Analysis of Completed IFOBTs. An end to end quality management of the Pathology Service from the Program’s perspective is essential. Therefore the Department needs to source an iFOBT and quality Pathology Service through a competitive open market tender process to support the accelerated expansion of the Program.

Health services

NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership | Published January 28, 2017  -  Deadline March 1, 2017

The NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership, hosted by Velindre NHS Trust are acting on behalf of Cardiff and Vale University Local Health Board who are seeking to establish a Framework for the Recruitment of Overseas Nurses.

The NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership, hosted by Velindre NHS Trust are acting on behalf of Cardiff and Vale University Local Health Board who are seeking to establish a Framework for the Recruitment of Overseas Nurses.

The Health Board is one of the largest integrated healthcare providers in the UK. We provide day-to-day health services to a population of around half a million people living in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan who need emergency and scheduled hospital treatment and mental health care, as well as delivering care in people's own homes and community clinics. We are also responsible for the delivery of NHS primary care services, including general practitioners, community pharmacists, dentists and optometrists.

Staffing remains the most important factor in the delivery of high quality care as ensuring that there are sufficient numbers of nursing staff with the right skills and competencies to deliver high quality of care is a minimum requirement expected to be delivered by healthcare providers.

Recruitment and retention are important issues for the Health Board and recruiting the correct number and caliber of staff is essential to help deliver the best possible care to patients.

Community Based Personalised Services for Disabled Children

Nottinghamshire County Council | Published November 19, 2014  -  Deadline March 31, 2018

This Part B Services Tender is a follow up to a series of tenders most recently OJEU ref. 2013/S 218-379498 Short Breaks, Childcare & Play for Disabled Children Provider Framework, published on 09/11/2013.
These services were first advertised in 2009, under the former “Aiming High for Disabled Children” pathfinder project, to establish a framework of providers that are able to offer Disabled Children and their parents’ access to Short Breaks, specialist Homecare / Childcare and Play opportunities.
These services have proved to be very popular and combined with efforts to avoid unnecessary social care referrals, the demand for services has continued to outstrip supply.
Referrals are made into the respective services through the Council’s Pathway to Provision process.  Children’s and Parents will be matched to those service providers that best fit their needs are have capacity at that time.  The ultimate decision on which provider, or combination of providers rests with the children & their family.
Providers that are able to offer services that are attractive and inviting to the users are those that are in most demand.
The objective of this procurement is to supplement the existing framework and introduce a more flexible approach to recruiting suitable providers as and when they are available.
Following evaluation of the compliant Tenders and approval of the outcome The Council intends to appoint all qualified successful Providers onto a DPS framework.
The Council reserves the right not to conclude any Framework Agreement(s) as a result of the current procurement process.
The Services covered by this procurement exercise:
·        Holiday, Play and Community Based Activities
·        Individual Support
Bidders are encouraged to tender if any of the above services match what they are able to provide.
Bids will be evaluated against the published award criteria and framework agreements will be offered to all providers that reach the Councils standards, ensuring that there is adequate Service User choice within the confines of the available budget.
Bids may be made across several service areas/districts or just within a defined area.  Service Users will have the ultimate decision of which Service to purchase but all providers will be treated equally.


Royal Canadian Mounted Police | Published February 1, 2017  -  Deadline February 21, 2017

Trade Agreement: NONE Tendering Procedures: All interested suppliers may submit a bid Competitive Procurement Strategy:  Comprehensive Land Claim Agreement: No Nature of Requirements:   Contracting Authority: Audrey St-Cyr  1. Purpose and Nature of the Request for Information (RFI)  Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) is seeking industry feedback regarding medical evaluation and psychological assessment services for the purpose of the National Recruiting Health Services Unit (NRHSU) of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).    The objectives of this RFI are to:   a) Determine the interest and capability of suppliers to provide services described in this RFI; b) Provide the industry with the opportunity to assess the RCMPs requirements and help to develop the technical criteria of the project; and c) Solicit feedback and recommendations on any issues that would impact a suppliersability to fulfill the RCMPs requirements.  2. Background Information  Individuals applying to become a Regular Member of the RCMP must undergo a very thorough health Evaluation. The Applicant must meet specific medical standards for vision,hearing, and colour vision. As well, the Applicant is questioned and examined in order to determine whether or not there exists a physical or mental condition that might compromise the individuals ability to perform the tasks of police work.   The NRHSU will be responsible for ensuring that Applicants meet the minimum health standards of police Applicants and are physically and psychologically healthy prior to attending the RCMP training academy in Regina. Delivery Date: Above-mentioned  The Crown retains the right to negotiate with suppliers on any procurement.  Documents may be submitted in either official language of Canada.

Revenue Policy/Administration/Customs Advisors

Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) | Published December 22, 2016  -  Deadline June 30, 2017

SCOPE OF POSITION: The U.S. Treasury Department Office of Technical Assistance is recruiting experienced professionals in Revenue Policy and Revenue Administration on a competitive basis for both resident and/or intermittent assignments under personal services contracts. This announcement is for Global Technical Assistance assignments. We are recruiting for assignments in Africa, Asia, and South and Central America and thus have specific interest in revenue policy or administration specialists interested in assignments worldwide. For purpose of this document ‘revenue' includes tax and non-tax revenues as well as customs compliance. Current assignments, for example, include Ukraine, Moldova, Haiti, Paraguay, Burma, Guatemala, Mongolia, Rwanda, Guinea Bissau, Niger, Zambia, and Tanzania. Intermittent assignments can normally be expected to range in duration from two to six weeks, but can also be resident assignments, in support of existing revenue projects. Applicants must be willing to accept global assignments requiring significant and often arduous international travel. Resident assignments, though few in number, may place advisors in a host country for one year or more.
QUALIFICATIONS: Treasury is seeking candidates who possess expertise in revenue policy or revenue administration, including customs administration. Revenue administration experts should have strong experience in any of the following areas of revenue administration: tax and revenue administration law, executive management, audit, internal audit / inspections, collection, customs, returns processing, tax forms design, taxpayer service and education, public affairs and media relations, human resources, training, and IT systems. Revenue policy experts should possess experience in any of the following: review, analysis and development of revenue and tax policy proposals; drafting and review of revenue laws and regulations; and the review and analysis of the economic impact of tax and fiscal policy changes and application of statistical modeling to revenue forecasting. Certain assignments require candidates to have significant project management experience, to include the ability to prepare project work plans, statements of work and manage human resources. Prior foreign technical assistance work and knowledge of a foreign language are highly desirable, but not required. There is a special interest at this time in individuals with both technical skills and bilingual fluency in French/English, Spanish/English, Portuguese/English, and Russian (or Ukrainian)/English. In addition to technical skills, we are looking for individuals with outstanding communication skills, capable of listening to the client and then providing effective oral and written responses.
Candidates must be U.S. citizens.
SALARY AND BENEFITS: Salaries will be negotiated in accordance with program regulations based on demonstrated salary history. The salary ranges are from $61.37 to $81.60 per hour. Overseas benefits are provided as allowed by federal regulations. Successful applicants must be able to obtain medical and security clearances. If selected, the applicant will be required to complete OGE financial disclosure forms.
HOW TO APPLY: Applicants should submit a cover letter and resume by e-mail to: or by mail to:
Office of Technical AssistanceATTN: Recruitment Coordinator1750 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, 8th FloorWashington, DC 20006
If applying by email, submit documents to ONLY. For consideration, emailed applications must not be sent, or contain a cc, to any OTA, IRS, or other government personnel or email address.
Please reference Solicitation A17054 on your cover letter and resume. When e-mailing, the subject line must contain the following: Solicitation A17054 -Revenue (Policy/Admin/Customs) Advisors - Applicant's Last Name, First Name. Emails received not containing this subject line will be deemed non-responsive, and thus will not be forwarded to the program office/selection official(s) for consideration.
Please be advised that all contractors, if hired, must obtain a Data Universal Number (D-U-N-S). Only applicants to be interviewed will be contacted. No phone calls please and no hand carries. This announcement is open and continuous until June 30, 2017 although selections may be made in advance of that date.
The U.S. Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Apprenticeship Training Preferred Supplier List (Levels 2 – 5)

University of Birmingham | Published February 17, 2017  -  Deadline March 10, 2017

Following a successful pilot year, the University of Birmingham is planning to recruit a number of apprentices over the next 3 years in support of the University strategy to develop local talent and support entry points into the University talent pipeline. In addition the University will utilise apprenticeship training for existing staff where a role clearly meets the definition of an apprentice.

The programme will begin for existing internal staff from May 2017 and for new entrants from September 2017. The new entrant scheme will look to recruit 20 to 40 apprentices working in different areas of the University including:

* Hospitality and Accommodation Services (Catering, Hospitality, Child Care, University of Birmingham Sport, Post and Portering) ;
* Estates;
* IT Services;
* Technical roles within Colleges;
* Administrative roles within Colleges;
* Other roles yet to be determined.

The University of Birmingham will look to sustainably optimise use of its apprenticeship levy (In excess of £1 million per annum) to support genuine apprenticeships and career development for University employees.

The University of Birmingham is looking to engage training providers on a preferred supplier list. The preferred supplier list will be the first choice for delivery of all apprenticeship training (Levels 2 – 5) where training cannot be provided in house. The University would also expect all training providers to meet the expectations below :

* Support the University to identify appropriate apprenticeship standards to use;
* Provide high quality apprenticeship training for agreed apprenticeship standards;
* Work with the University to ensure apprenticeship standards are delivered to complement on the job training;
* Provide excellent communication with University employees. For example: Apprentices and Line Managers;
* Where a preferred supplier is not able to deliver the training, if requested, support the University in finding alternative training providers;
* Proactively support the University in recruiting apprentices;
* Assist as required with recruitment procedures;
* Liaise with the University to ensure effective induction;
* Provide the University as a minimum monthly updates on apprentice progression;
* Support the University with intervention strategies to support apprenticeship success and completion;
* Support the University as requested with events to promote the University apprenticeship scheme;
* Support the University to use its apprenticeship levy effectively so that it supports the Universities talent pipeline and staff development.

The University is looking to engage preferred suppliers in the following areas:

* Administration, Management and Leadership;
* Technicians;
* Estates – Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Apprenticeships;
* IT;
* Finance;
* Hospitality and Catering;
* Childcare.

It is envisaged that the University preferred supplier list will generally have 2 preferred suppliers for each category. There may be exceptions where only 1 supplier is appointed or more than 2 are appointed. Information on all preferred suppliers will be passed on to apprentice line managers who will decide which provider to use.

Recruitment services

Innovasjon Norge | Published January 17, 2017  -  Deadline February 22, 2017

A contract for an external recruitment provider for recruitment of manager profiles where Innovation Norway (henceforth referred to as IN) cannot, or wishes to conduct own recruitment. IN cannot be bound to any set scope, but the estimated scope is approx. 3-5 recruitments per annum. IN will select a service provider that uses recruitment tools such as ability and personality tests in his recruitment process. The service provider must supply profiles for managerial positions, on middle management, senior management levels, as well as specialist positions.

A contract for an external recruitment provider for recruitment of manager profiles where Innovation Norway (henceforth referred to as IN) cannot, or wishes to conduct own recruitment. IN cannot be bound to any set scope, but the estimated scope is approx. 3 -5 recruitments per annum. IN will select a service provider that uses recruitment tools such as ability and personality tests in his recruitment process. The service provider must supply profiles for managerial positions, on middle management, senior management levels, as well as specialist positions.

Recruitment services

London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham | Published January 25, 2017  -  Deadline March 1, 2017

Recruitment services being tendered for are the attraction, selection and placement of graduates. Additionally, the provider is expected to administer and manage the programme, including employing and pay-rolling the graduates.

The estimated value for the LBHF call-off contract is estimated at 1 200 000 GBP over 4 years. The framework maximum value is estimated at 40 000 000 GBP if all authorities call off from this agreement.

London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham is procuring a single provider framework agreement for the provision of graduate placements. Graduate placements will last for a maximum of 12 months during which they will undertake core business activities to gain work experience. There will be no formal training or qualifications on offer although support for effective learning will be provided. Participating bodies will make their own decision about the remuneration of the graduate placements. This may be the minimum wage or the London Living Wage. The successful provider shall be admitted to the framework agreement, from which all London Councils could call off. A full list of the London Councils can be found at The Greater London Authority may call off from this framework as well:

Recruitment services

HM Revenue & Customs | Published January 8, 2015  -  Deadline February 1, 2018
79600000, 79610000, 79635000, 79633000, 79634000

Recruitment services

Recruitment services

The Francis Crick Institute | Published January 20, 2017  -  Deadline February 27, 2017
79600000, 79710000, 79720000

The Crick is seeking to appoint a Supplier to provide a comprehensive pre-employment security screening service for everyone who joins the institute. The Supplier will be responsive to the Crick's requirements and will provide a service to help the Crick on-board prospective candidates and re-screen existing employees, students and non-employees with some emphasis towards Animal Rights affiliation.

The aim is to have a Supplier who can provide a professional, collaborative, proactive, advisory and supportive service to the Crick, with excellent communication and data at the forefront. The Supplier is expected to be flexible in collaboratively shaping a screening service which can be tailored to the Crick's requirements. In addition, the Crick requires excellent management intelligence about the service delivery and regular Supplier led reviews including continuous improvement initiatives.

Provision of Pre-employment Security Screening Service.

Recruitment services

West Dunbartonshire Council | Published January 28, 2017  -  Deadline March 2, 2017

West Dunbartonshire Council is seeking to appoint suitably qualified and experienced agencies for the provision of temporary craft (trades) PAYE workers.

West Dunbartonshire Council (WDC)is seeking to appoint suitably qualified and experienced agencies for the provision of temporary craft (trades) PAYE workers framework.

Recruitment services

Haringey Council | Published February 4, 2017  -  Deadline March 6, 2017

Haringey Council is inviting tenders from suitably skilled and experienced organisations for the Recruitment and Assessment of In-house Foster Carers. The successful provider will undertake the full recruitment and assessment function, from initial enquiry generation, marketing through to the process of recruitment, assessment and panel presentation.

Haringey Council invites Tenders for the successful recruitment and appointment of foster carers, for a period of 1 year, with the option to extend for a further 2 years subject to demand and performance. Haringey anticipates that a minimum of 20 foster carers will be recruited during the first year but recognises the pressures on the foster care market in London currently and will work with the successful provider on realistic targets.

The successful provider will undertake the full recruitment and assessment function, from initial enquiry generation, marketing through to the process of recruitment, assessment and panel presentation.

It is important that the foster carers presented for approval have been subject to thorough safeguarding checks and have the necessary knowledge, experience, qualities and skills to work across a complex profile of looked after children (LAC). Payment will in part be made on delivery of these outcomes — following the successful approval of the foster carer by Haringey — and in part on marketing and recruitment activity.