Operation of the Brunswick Job Corps Center
Department of Labor, Employment Training Administration | Published November 19, 2015 - Deadline February 4, 2016
On or about December 2015 the Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration (DOL ETA) anticipates issuing a request for proposal (RFP) for the operation for the Brunswick Job Corps Center.
Job Corps is a national residential and non-residential training and employment program administered by the United States Department of Labor to address multiple barriers to employment faced by disadvantaged youth, ages 16-24 years, throughout the United States.
It is anticipated that the resultant contract will be a cost reimbursement, plus incentive fee type contract. The contract will have a 2-year base period, plus three (3) governmental unilateral renewal options for one (1) year each.
A date and time for the pre-proposal conference and site visit at the Brunswick Job Corps Center will be provided in the RFP. The Center is located at 4401 Glynco Industrial Park, Brunswick, GA 31525. The telephone number is (912) 264-8843.
It is recommended that potential Offerors download the RFP from the website: http://www.fbo.gov prior to attending the pre-proposal conference and site visit. All questions prior to and at the pre-proposal conference shall be submitted in writing.
The successful contractor shall provide academic and career technical training, operate counseling and residential living programs and provide the following support services; Health and Wellness services, processing of student records, a discipline system, clothing issuances, and student mail and legal services.
The contractor shall also provide overall Center management and administration as follows; contract and personnel management, staff training, financial management, procurement and property management, facility operations and maintenance, security and safety services, community relations and public information.
The average student capacity for the Brunswick Job Corps Center is 315 youth of which 315 are residential (215 males and 100 females).