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National Heritage Memorial Fund | Published March 31, 2017  -  Deadline May 3, 2017
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79000000

Consultants must be appropriately qualified and experienced, willing to engage with applicants and grantees to guide them towards achieving best practice.

Consultants must demonstrate continuous professional development through membership of an appropriate professional body and experience of working with clients from a range of different sectors.

We are seeking to recruit up to 50 individuals who can work across the UK.

Their experience should cover the following:

— Governance — Includes strategic organisational change; environmental sustainability (non-capital elements e.g. new policy on greening),

— Financial planning and management — Includes business planning; investment readiness (social investment),

— Asset transfer — Includes Community businesses,

— Income generation — Includes fundraising from private sources; Marketing and PR; Trading and Licensing; Catering and venue hire.

Context

In order to provide maximum flexibility we intend to procure specialists, entitled Consultants, who must be available to assist in projects across the whole of the UK.

Consultants may be deployed across all of the key steps of our grant development, assessment and monitoring phases as noted below:

— Development,

— First and/or second round application,

— Delivery,

— Post completion evaluation and review.

Roles.

The Consultants role on any individual case will be defined at the time of commissioning and will involve one or more of the following functions.

A)Mentoring Projects:

— Facilitating grantees to identify and remove blockages to the development and/or delivery of their project.

— Using specialist knowledge and experience to support grantees to help develop and deliver their project's vision.

— Supporting grantees to undertake learning and development opportunities relevant to their project's objectives.

B) Monitoring Projects:

— Undertaking risk assessment (building on HLF analysis) and developing an agreed risk monitoring plan. Providing mentoring support to reduce risk(s) in accordance with risk monitoring plan.

— Ensuring compliance with HLF requirements and reporting on progress against the project plan and project budget.

— Providing expert advice on project management arrangements, procurement and cost and programme plans to support HLF decision making.

— Evaluating projects and their impact on people, communities and heritage.

C) Providing Expert Advice:

—Supporting HLF's decision making process by commenting on aspects of a project application relevant to the Consultant's area of expertise.

D) Projects that have completed but are still in contract may require further consultancy support in line with one of the three roles above.

Business Development and Management Consultancy specialist expertise and skills — As described in II.1.4 of this notice.

Mentoring expertise and skills.

In addition to the specialist expertise described earlier, all Consultants must demonstrate skills and experience in Mentoring, namely the ability to:

— Use observing, listening and questions to understand the applicant/grantee's situation and facilitate their thought processes.

— Facilitate those involved with the project to identify solutions and actions.

— Support the project to achieve its aims and high quality work.

— Support the project to set goals and agree methods of measuring progress towards them.

— Help the project to develop the competencies needed to take the project forward without developing a dependency on the Consultant.

— Support the project to meet deadlines.

— Support the project to adopt best practice or fitness for purpose.

— Encourage a commitment to action and the development of lasting organisational growth and change.

Public relations consultancy services

Museum of London | Published April 12, 2017  -  Deadline May 12, 2017
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79416200

The Museum of London is seeking a suitable Consultancy to provide Public Relations Services for its forthcoming move to West Smithfield. The successful Consultancy will provide a wide range of services including raising awareness of our brand and ‘We Are London’ vision as well as generate affection and advocacy from our most important stakeholders: Londoners. The Consultancy will need to develop tactics and strategies that will include, but not necessarily be limited to: Celebrity ambassadors, media relations and social media. We require a highly creative team who is inspired by our in-house developments on content framework and brand personalities and can take further implement these concepts.

The Museum of London is seeking a suitable Consultancy to provide Public Relations Services for its forthcoming move to West Smithfield. The successful Consultancy will provide a wide range of services including raising awareness of our brand and ‘We Are London’ vision as well as generate affection and advocacy from our most important stakeholders: Londoners. The Consultancy will need to develop tactics and strategies that will include, but not necessarily be limited to: celebrity ambassadors, media relations and social media. We require a highly creative team who is inspired by our in-house developments on content framework and brand personalities and can take further implement these concepts.

National Heritage Memorial Fund - Register of Services - Business Developmt & Managemt Consultancy

Heritage Lottery Fund | Published April 3, 2017  -  Deadline June 12, 2017
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In order to provide maximum flexibility we intend to procure specialists, entitled Consultants, who must be available to assist in projects across the whole of the UK. Consultants may be deployed across all of the key steps of our grant development, assessment and monitoring phases as noted below: •Development •First and/or second round application •Delivery •Post completion evaluation and review Roles The Consultants role on any individual case will be defined at the time of commissioning and will involve one or more of the following functions A)Mentoring Projects : •Facilitating grantees to identify and remove blockages to the development and/or delivery of their project. •Using specialist knowledge and experience to support grantees to help develop and deliver their project’s vision •Supporting grantees to undertake learning and development opportunities relevant to their project’s objectives B)Monitoring Projects: •Undertaking risk assessment (building on HLF analysis) and developing an agreed risk monitoring plan. Providing mentoring support to reduce risk(s) in accordance with risk monitoring plan •Ensuring compliance with HLF requirements and reporting on progress against the project plan and project budget •Providing expert advice on project management arrangements, procurement and cost and programme plans to support HLF decision making • Evaluating projects and their impact on people, communities and heritage C)Providing Expert Advice: •Supporting HLF’s decision making process by commenting on aspects of a project application relevant to the Consultant’s area of expertise. D)Projects that have completed but are still in contract may require further consultancy support in line with one of the three roles above. Consultants must be appropriately qualified and experienced, willing to engage with applicants and grantees to guide them towards achieving best practice. Consultants must demonstrate continuous professional development through membership of an appropriate professional body and experience of working with clients from a range of different sectors. We are seeking to recruit up to 50 individuals who can work across the UK. Their experience should cover the following: •Governance - Includes strategic organisational change; environmental sustainability (non-capital elements e.g. new policy on greening) •Financial planning and management - Includes business planning; investment readiness (social investment) •Asset transfer - Includes Community businesses •Income generation - Includes fundraising from private sources; Marketing and PR; Trading and Licensing; Catering and venue hire. Mentoring expertise and skills In addition to the specialist expertise described earlier, all Consultants must demonstrate skills and experience in Mentoring, namely the ability to: •Use observing, listening and questions to understand the applicant/grantee’s situation and facilitate their thought processes •Facilitate those involved with the project to identify solutions and actions •Support the project to achieve its aims and high quality work •Support the project to set goals and agree methods of measuring progress towards them •Help the project to develop the competencies needed to take the project forward without developing a dependency on the Consultant •Support the project to meet deadlines •Support the project to adopt best practice or fitness for purpose •Encourage a commitment to action and the development of lasting organisational growth and change.

National Heritage Memorial Fund - Register of Services 2018-2022 - Natural Environment Consultancy

Heritage Lottery Fund | Published April 3, 2017  -  Deadline June 12, 2017
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In order to provide maximum flexibility we intend to procure specialists, entitled Consultants, who must be available to assist in projects across the whole of the UK. Consultants may be deployed across all of the key steps of our grant development, assessment and monitoring phases as noted below: •Development •First and/or second round application •Delivery •Post completion evaluation and review Roles The Consultants role on any individual case will be defined at the time of commissioning and will involve one or more of the following functions A)Mentoring Projects : •Facilitating grantees to identify and remove blockages to the development and/or delivery of their project. •Using specialist knowledge and experience to support grantees to help develop and deliver their project’s vision •Supporting grantees to undertake learning and development opportunities relevant to their project’s objectives B)Monitoring Projects: •Undertaking risk assessment (building on HLF analysis) and developing an agreed risk monitoring plan. Providing mentoring support to reduce risk(s) in accordance with risk monitoring plan •Ensuring compliance with HLF requirements and reporting on progress against the project plan and project budget •Providing expert advice on project management arrangements, procurement and cost and programme plans to support HLF decision making • Evaluating projects and their impact on people, communities and heritage C)Providing Expert Advice: •Supporting HLF’s decision making process by commenting on aspects of a project application relevant to the Consultant’s area of expertise. D)Projects that have completed but are still in contract may require further consultancy support in line with one of the three roles above. Consultants must be appropriately qualified and experienced, willing to engage with applicants and grantees to guide them towards achieving best practice. Consultants must demonstrate continuous professional development through membership of an appropriate professional body and experience of working with clients from a range of different sectors. We are seeking to recruit approximately 25 individuals who can work across the UK and have practical experience of working on projects focused on landscapes and natural heritage. Our aim is to recruit a range of specialists to provide expertise in conservation of the following; habitats, species, semi-natural landscapes, designed landscapes (including public parks), geodiversity and the marine environment. Their experience should include any kind of project that includes but is not limited to conservation, restoration, redevelopment and capital works to landscapes; habitats; works to reduce negative environmental impact. Mentoring expertise and skills In addition to the specialist expertise described earlier, all Consultants must demonstrate skills and experience in Mentoring, namely the ability to: •Use observing, listening and questions to understand the applicant/grantee’s situation and facilitate their thought processes •Facilitate those involved with the project to identify solutions and actions •Support the project to achieve its aims and high quality work •Support the project to set goals and agree methods of measuring progress towards them •Help the project to develop the competencies needed to take the project forward without developing a dependency on the Consultant •Support the project to meet deadlines •Support the project to adopt best practice or fitness for purpose •Encourage a commitment to action and the development of lasting organisational growth and change.

Research and development services and related consultancy services

North and East London Commissioning Support Unit (NEL CSU) | Published April 8, 2017  -  Deadline May 15, 2017
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73000000, 38970000, 73100000, 73110000, 73200000, 73210000, 73300000, 79310000, 79311400, 79315000, 85100000, 85140000, 48814400, 79996000, 98110000, 98111000, 98112000, 98113000, 72212920, 48440000, 48441000, 72212440, 72212441, 72240000, 71621000, 48480000, 48482000, 72212480, 72212482, 71600000, 72221000, 72316000, 48810000, 72222000, 72222100, 72222200, 72222300, 72223000, 48500000, 48510000, 72212500, 72212510, 71354100, 79416000, 79416100, 48326100, 33195000, 48814200

The Elis Transformation Change Framework 2.0 will provide capabilities to cover requirements from Commissioning Support Units across England and will be split into lots based on homogenous requirements. The framework aims to meet current and future challenges from our growing customer base and particular requirements, including the need for specialist research, best practice and academic resources as follows:

The main service lots are:

1.Lot 1 — Research and Expert Clinical Knowledge.

2.Lot 2 — Organisation and System Development.

3.Lot 3 — Business Intelligence, Information Technology & Technical Expertise

4. Lot 4 — Communication and Engagement.

The proposed framework will be expected to provide capabilities to cover requirements from Commissioning Support Units across England and will be split into lots based on homogenous requirements. The framework aims to meet current and future challenges from our growing customer base and particular requirements, including the need for specialist research, best practice and academic resources

Lot 1a. Best Practice Research, Academic Research and Expertise

Lot 1b. Health Economic

Lot 1c. Specialist Knowledge (Healthcare).

The framework will be expected to provide capabilities to cover requirements from Commissioning Support Unitsacross England and will be split into lots based on homogenous requirements. The framework aims to meetcurrent and future challenges from our growing customer base and particular requirements, including the need for specialist research, best practice and academic resources as follows:

The service lot is comprised as follows:

Lot 2 — Organisation and System Development.

Lot 2a — Organisational Development.

Lot 2b — System Leadership and Development.

Lot 2c — Financial Modelling and Analysis.

The framework will be expected to provide capabilities to cover requirements from Commissioning Support Unitsacross England and will be split into lots based on homogenous requirements. The framework aims to meetcurrent and future challenges from our growing customer base and particular requirements, including the need for specialist research, best practice and academic resources as follows:

The service lot is comprised as follows:

Lot 3 Business Intelligence, Information Technology and Technical Expertise.

Lot 3a — Business Intelligence.

Lot 3b — Information Management.

The framework will be expected to provide capabilities to cover requirements from Commissioning Support Units across England and will be split into lots based on homogenous requirements. The framework aims to meet current and future challenges from our growing customer base and particular requirements, including the need for specialist research, best practice and academic resources as follows:

The service lot is comprised as follows:

Lot 4 — Communication and Engagement.

Lot 4a — Public Patient Engagement.

Lot 4b — Creative and Digital Services.

Lot 4c — Communication Services.

Headstone Manor Park - Landscape Architect Design Consultancy (Headstone Manor Park - Landscape Design Consultancy)

Harrow Council | Published April 10, 2017  -  Deadline May 8, 2017
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714200

The London Borough of Harrow seeks to engage with suitable qualified Landscape Architect contractor to provide RIBA stage 3 design services and submit our 2nd Round HLF Parks for People application for Headstone Manor Park, Harrow.

Research and development services and related consultancy services

North and East London Commissioning Support Unit (NEL CSU) | Published April 15, 2017  -  Deadline June 19, 2017
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73000000, 38970000, 73100000, 73110000, 73200000, 73210000, 73300000, 79310000, 79311400, 79315000, 85100000, 85140000, 48814400, 79996000, 98110000, 98111000, 98112000, 98113000, 72212920, 48440000, 48441000, 72212440, 72212441, 72240000, 71621000, 48480000, 48482000, 72212480, 72212482, 71600000, 72221000, 72316000, 48810000, 72222000, 72222100, 72222200, 72222300, 72223000, 48500000, 48510000, 72212500, 72212510, 71354100, 79416000, 79416100, 48326100, 33195000, 48814200

The Elis Transformation Change Framework 2.0 will provide capabilities to cover requirements from Commissioning Support Units across England and will be split into lots based on homogeneous requirements. The framework aims to meet current and future challenges from our growing customer base and particular requirements, including the need for specialist research, best practice and academic resources as follows:

The main service lots are:

1. Lot 1 — Research and Expert Clinical Knowledge.

2. Lot 2 — Organisation and System Development.

3. Lot 3 — Business Intelligence, Information Technology and Technical Expertise.

4. Lot 4 — Communication and Engagement.

Museum of London Public Relations Consultancy Services

Museum of London | Published April 13, 2017  -  Deadline May 12, 2017
cpvs
79416200

The Museum of London is seeking a suitable Consultancy to provide Public Relations Services for its forthcoming move to West Smithfield. The successful Consultancy will provide a wide range of services including raising awareness of our brand and 'We Are London' vision as well as generate affection and advocacy from our most important stakeholders: Londoners. The Consultancy will need to develop tactics and strategies that will include, but not necessarily be limited to: celebrity ambassadors, media relations and social media. We require a highly creative team who is inspired by our in-house developments on content framework and brand personalities and can take further implement these concepts .

CATERING CONSULTANCY & MONITORING SERVICES 2017 - 2021

The Royal Parks | Published March 17, 2017  -  Deadline April 28, 2017
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55000000

1.1 The Royal Parks (TRP) is inviting tenders for provision of Catering Consultancy & Monitoring Services. 2.1 The contract comprises of six key elements: (a) Annual financial audits of concessions; (b) Mystery diner audits of concessions; (c) Advice, project support to and evaluation of catering tenders; (d) Project support for investment options; (e) Development of catering strategies; and (f) Benchmarking and improvement.

Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security

Network Rail Infrastructure Ltd | Published April 11, 2017
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79000000, 79400000

The purpose of the pre-procurement market engagement event is to gather market intelligence from organisations that can deliver creative design and campaign management services to support Network Rail's strategic, tactical and digital marketing requirements, and to seek feedback on how best to structure the Framework, tender and potential call-offs to meet both the market's capability and Network Rail's requirements. This is an opportunity for suppliers to feedback to Network Rail in an open forum and therefore Supplier participation is a key element. Network Rail will be holding a pre-procurement market engagement webinar on the 26.4.2017 (split into 2 or more sessions) with suppliers who express an interest in response to this PIN.

Please follow this for further instructions: https://networkrail.bravosolution.co.uk/esop/guest/go/opportunity/detail?opportunityId=31432

To provide Network Rail with a range of marketing services, covering strategic and tactical requirements. We anticipate this framework agreement may be a lot structure. We intend to use market engagement to inform the strategy.

Business services: law, marketing, consulting, recruitment, printing and security

Quadrant Construction Services Ltd | Published April 11, 2017  -  Deadline May 5, 2017
cpvs
79000000

Quadrant Construction was formed in 2010 to add an in-house construction practice to London and Quadrant's operation.

The services now being sought are for the supply of Construction Contingent Workers/Operatives.

The initial term of the contract is Three years with option to extend as follows at the absolute discretion of QCS: up to 1 extension of 3 years each giving a total potential term of 6 years.

QCS now wishes to establish more robust and comprehensive arrangements that better reflect its requirements and represent better value for money.

This will be achieved through:

— A Restricted Procedure, leading to the establishment of an OJEU compliant Framework.

Please take your time to carefully review all documents and submit tender following provided instructions.

Quadrant Construction was formed in 2010 to add an in-house construction practice to London and Quadrant's operation.

The services now being sought are for the supply of Construction Contingent Workers/Operatives.

QCS now wishes to establish more robust and comprehensive arrangements that better reflect its requirements and represent better value for money.

This will be achieved through:

— A Restricted Procedure, leading to the establishment of an OJEU compliant Framework.

The major requirements to be covered by the new arrangements are:

— The prompt and reliable service of contingent workers to QCS

Please take your time to carefully review all documents and submit tender following provided instructions.

DPS1000-Provision of specialist Sound & Vision consultancy to the Houses of Parliament

 | Published July 1, 2016  -  Deadline July 31, 2021
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71621000

Parliament’s Audio and Video Programme will see an investment in new equipment, production and distribution methods as well as archive solutions to support improved services and access for Members, Parliamentary staff, media organisations and the public. To deliver the programme, the services of expert project managers and technical and engineering consultants will be required, to assist in the detailed specification and management of a range of complex sound, vision and online media projects. The Authority is working within budget constraints, and a continual need to deliver value for money. There is a driver to consider off-the-shelf solutions as the preferred options, and consultants must be able to advise on the state of the market, independent of manufacturer, or custom-built solutions. To support the programme, consultants may be required to produce options papers which identify a variety of appropriate solutions at different price points, in order to meet the constraints within which the Authority is operating. Consultants who provide drafting or other advice when developing specifications should note that they will only be permitted to bid for the supplies contract if they can demonstrate clear segregation of information between the different sections of their organisation (i.e. have and maintain effective “Chinese walls”). This notice is to set up a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for sound and vision consultants. Individual contracts awarded under the DPS will be subject to further competition amongst those suppliers on the DPS.

DPS1000-Provision of specialist Sound and Vision consultancy to the Houses of Parliament

The Corporate Officer of the House of Lords and The Corporate Officer of the House of Commons | Published June 8, 2016  -  Deadline July 31, 2021
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71621000, 92200000, 92220000, 51320000, 92370000, 64228000, 51310000, 50340000

Parliament's Audio and Video Programme will see an investment in new equipment, production and distribution methods as well as archive solutions to support improved services and access for Members, Parliamentary staff, media organisations and the public.

To deliver the programme, the services of expert project managers and technical and engineering consultants will be required, to assist in the detailed specification and management of a range of complex sound, vision and online media projects.

The Authority is working within budget constraints, and a continual need to deliver value for money. There is a driver to consider off-the-shelf solutions as the preferred options, and consultants must be able to advise on the state of the market, independent of manufacturer, or custom-built solutions. To support the programme, consultants may be required to produce options papers which identify a variety of appropriate solutions at different price points, in order to meet the constraints within which the Authority is operating.

Consultants who provide drafting or other advice when developing specifications should note that they will only be permitted to bid for the supplies contract if they can demonstrate clear segregation of information between the different sections of their organisation (i.e. have and maintain effective ‘Chinese walls’).

This notice is to set up a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for sound and vision consultants. Individual contracts awarded under the DPS will be subject to further competition amongst those suppliers on the DPS.

GB-London: Museum of London Exhibition Design Creative Consultancy

Museum of London | Published April 7, 2017  -  Deadline April 26, 2017
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92521100

The Museum of London is seeking to appoint a Design Team to deliver the exhibition 3D, 2D and lighting design, and the marketing creative for its major exhibition for 2018 London Nights which explores photographers' enduring fascination with London at night. The exhibition will feature around 200 photographic works - from the Museum of London's own collection and those on loan, including from living artists - in the Linbury gallery, our 500sqm temporary exhibition space. The exhibition is aimed at an adult audience, and will be contemporary, immersive and atmospheric. The successful supplier will be able to demonstrate convincingly that it can work closely and iteratively with the Museum of London team to deliver the exhibition, and that it has the organisational capability and access to the expertise necessary to deliver an exhibition and marketing creative that will meet the briefs.

Provider Consultation Event - Mental Health Supported Housing Strategy

London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham | Published April 25, 2017
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85311000

The purpose of the notice is to announce the provider consultation event organised to consult with the market on the direction of travel for Mental Health Supported Housing Services in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, and the City of Westminster. The event will take place on 17th of May 2017, starting with 9:30 am until 11:30 am, at Hammersmith Town Hall, Small Hall. Commissioners from the three boroughs will be at the event to answer your questions and hear your comments. The discussions will help to inform the procurement strategies for each of the boroughs prior to going out to tender for services later this year, in 2018 and 2019. Please register your interest in this event by close on Friday 5th May 2017 by email to David.Goulding@lbhf.gov.uk Please note that places will be limited to two for each organisation. Confirmation of allocation of places at the event (and joining instructions) will be sent to respondents week commencing 8th May 2017.

National Heritage Memorial Fund - Register of Support Services 2018 to 2022 - Natural Environment Consultancy Services

National Heritage Memorial Fund | Published April 3, 2017  -  Deadline May 3, 2017
cpvs
92000000

Consultants must be appropriately qualified and experienced, willing to engage with applicants and grantees to guide them towards achieving best practice. Consultants must demonstrate continuous professional development through membership of an appropriate professional body and experience of working with clients from a range of different sectors. We are seeking to recruit approximately 25 individuals who can work across the UK and have practical experience of working on projects focused on landscapes and natural heritage. Our aim is to recruit a range of specialists to provide expertise in conservation of the following; habitats, species, semi-natural landscapes, designed landscapes (including public parks), geodiversity and the marine environment. Their experience should include any kind of project that includes but is not limited to conservation, restoration, redevelopment and capital works to landscapes; habitats; works to reduce negative environmental impact.

Construction project management services

National Heritage Memorial Fund | Published March 31, 2017  -  Deadline May 3, 2017
cpvs
71541000

Construction project management specialist expertise and skills.

Consultants must be appropriately qualified and experienced, willing to engage with applicants and grantees to guide them towards achieving best practice.

Consultants must demonstrate continuous professional development through membership of an appropriate professional body and experience of working with clients from a range of different sectors. Consultants should also have experience of working through different procurement routes to deliver construction projects and have experience of physical works to buildings, structures or sites of heritage interest.

We are seeking to recruit up to 50 individuals who can work across the UK.

Context

In order to provide maximum flexibility we intend to procure specialists, entitled Consultants, who must be available to assist in projects across the whole of the UK.

Consultants may be deployed across all of the key steps of our grant development, assessment and monitoring phases as noted below:

— Development,

— First and/or second round application,

— Delivery,

— Post completion evaluation and review.

Roles

The Consultants role on any individual case will be defined at the time of commissioning and will involve 1 or more of the following functions:

A) Mentoring Projects:

— Facilitating grantees to identify and remove blockages to the development and/or delivery of their project.

— Using specialist knowledge and experience to support grantees to help develop and deliver their project's vision.

— Supporting grantees to undertake learning and development opportunities relevant to their project's objectives.

B) Monitoring Projects:

— Undertaking risk assessment (building on HLF analysis) and developing an agreed risk monitoring plan. Providing mentoring support to reduce risk(s) in accordance with risk monitoring plan.

— Ensuring compliance with HLF requirements and reporting on progress against the project plan and project budget.

— Providing expert advice on project management arrangements, procurement and cost and programme plans to support HLF decision making.

— Evaluating projects and their impact on people, communities and heritage.

C) Providing Expert Advice:

— Supporting HLF's decision making process by commenting on aspects of a project application relevant to the Consultant's area of expertise.

D) Projects that have completed but are still in contract may require further consultancy support in line with 1 of the 3 roles above.

Construction project management specialist expertise and skills — As described in II.1.4 of this notice.

Mentoring expertise and skills.

In addition to the specialist expertise described earlier, all Consultants must demonstrate skills and experience in Mentoring, namely the ability to:

— Use observing, listening and questions to understand the applicant/grantee's situation and facilitate their thought processes.

— Facilitate those involved with the project to identify solutions and actions.

— Support the project to achieve its aims and high quality work.

— Support the project to set goals and agree methods of measuring progress towards them.

— Help the project to develop the competencies needed to take the project forward without developing a dependency on the Consultant.

— Support the project to meet deadlines.

— Support the project to adopt best practice or fitness for purpose.

— Encourage a commitment to action and the development of lasting organisational growth and change.

Recreational, cultural and sporting services

National Heritage Memorial Fund | Published March 31, 2017  -  Deadline May 3, 2017
cpvs
92000000

Consultants must be appropriately qualified and experienced, willing to engage with applicants and grantees to guide them towards achieving best practice.

Consultants must demonstrate continuous professional development through membership of an appropriate professional body and experience of working with clients from a range of different sectors.

We are seeking to recruit approximately 25 individuals who can work across the UK and have practical experience of working on projects focused on landscapes and natural heritage. Our aim is to recruit a range of specialists to provide expertise in conservation of the following; habitats, species, semi-natural landscapes, designed landscapes (including public parks), geodiversity and the marine environment.

Their experience should include any kind of project that includes but is not limited to conservation, restoration, redevelopment and capital works to landscapes; habitats; works to reduce negative environmental impact.

Context

In order to provide maximum flexibility we intend to procure specialists, entitled Consultants, who must be available to assist in projects across the whole of the UK.

Consultants may be deployed across all of the key steps of our grant development, assessment and monitoring phases as noted below:

— Development,

— First and/or second round application,

— Delivery,

— Post completion evaluation and review.

Roles

The Consultants role on any individual case will be defined at the time of commissioning and will involve one or more of the following functions:

A) Mentoring Projects:

— Facilitating grantees to identify and remove blockages to the development and/or delivery of their project.

— Using specialist knowledge and experience to support grantees to help develop and deliver their project's vision.

— Supporting grantees to undertake learning and development opportunities relevant to their project's objectives.

B) Monitoring Projects:

— Undertaking risk assessment (building on HLF analysis) and developing an agreed risk monitoring plan. Providing mentoring support to reduce risk(s) in accordance with risk monitoring plan.

— Ensuring compliance with HLF requirements and reporting on progress against the project plan and project budget.

— Providing expert advice on project management arrangements, procurement and cost and programme plans to support HLF decision making.

— Evaluating projects and their impact on people, communities and heritage.

C) Providing Expert Advice:

— Supporting HLF's decision making process by commenting on aspects of a project application relevant to the Consultant's area of expertise.

D) Projects that have completed but are still in contract may require further consultancy support in line with 1 of the 3 roles above.

Construction project management specialist expertise and skills — As described in II.1.4 of this notice.

Mentoring expertise and skills.

In addition to the specialist expertise described earlier, all Consultants must demonstrate skills and experience in Mentoring, namely the ability to:

— Use observing, listening and questions to understand the applicant/grantee's situation and facilitate their thought processes.

— Facilitate those involved with the project to identify solutions and actions.

— Support the project to achieve its aims and high quality work.

— Support the project to set goals and agree methods of measuring progress towards them.

— Help the project to develop the competencies needed to take the project forward without developing a dependency on the Consultant.

— Support the project to meet deadlines.

— Support the project to adopt best practice or fitness for purpose.

— Encourage a commitment to action and the development of lasting organisational growth and change.

Education and training services

National Heritage Memorial Fund | Published March 31, 2017  -  Deadline May 3, 2017
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80000000, 80420000

We are seeking to recruit up to 40 individuals who can work across the UK and have experience of working in the following areas:

— Learning

Delivering learning outcomes (and digital outputs) in relevant settings and for a range of audiences including school children and adult learners.

— Interpretation

Current interpretation practice in relevant settings. Also achieving good quality digital outputs for interpretation.

— Inclusion, access and audience development

Current practice of inclusion, access and audience development in relevant settings. Also achieving good quality digital outputs to meet audience needs.

— Volunteering

Recruiting and retaining volunteers and volunteer management.

— Vocational training and/or workforce development

Understanding of training infrastructure and funding, including knowledge of Apprenticeship/Modern Apprenticeships, heritage skills gaps and shortages and accreditation routes.

Context

In order to provide maximum flexibility we intend to procure specialists, entitled Consultants, who must be available to assist in projects across the whole of the UK.

Consultants may be deployed across all of the key steps of our grant development, assessment and monitoring phases as noted below:

— Development,

— First and/or second round application,

— Delivery,

— Post completion evaluation and review.

Roles

The Consultants role on any individual case will be defined at the time of commissioning and will involve one or more of the following functions

A) Mentoring Projects:

— Facilitating grantees to identify and remove blockages to the development and/or delivery of their project.

— Using specialist knowledge and experience to support grantees to help develop and deliver their project's vision.

— Supporting grantees to undertake learning and development opportunities relevant to their project's objectives.

B) Monitoring Projects:

— Undertaking risk assessment (building on HLF analysis) and developing an agreed risk monitoring plan. Providing mentoring support to reduce risk(s) in accordance with risk monitoring plan.

— Ensuring compliance with HLF requirements and reporting on progress against the project plan and project budget.

— Providing expert advice on project management arrangements, procurement and cost and programme plans to support HLF decision making.

— Evaluating projects and their impact on people, communities and heritage.

C) Providing Expert Advice:

— Supporting HLF's decision making process by commenting on aspects of a project application relevant to the Consultant's area of expertise.

D) Projects that have completed but are still in contract may require further consultancy support in line with 1 of the 3 roles above.

Public engagement with heritage specialist expertise and skills — As described in II.1.4 of this notice.

Mentoring expertise and skills

In addition to the specialist expertise described earlier, all Consultants must demonstrate skills and experience in Mentoring, namely the ability to:

— Use observing, listening and questions to understand the applicant/grantee's situation and facilitate their thought processes.

— Facilitate those involved with the project to identify solutions and actions.

— Support the project to achieve its aims and high quality work.

— Support the project to set goals and agree methods of measuring progress towards them.

— Help the project to develop the competencies needed to take the project forward without developing a dependency on the Consultant.

— Support the project to meet deadlines.

— Support the project to adopt best practice or fitness for purpose.

— Encourage a commitment to action and the development of lasting organisational growth and change.

National Heritage Memorial Fund - Register of Support Services 2018 to 2022 - Business Development and Management Consultancy Services

National Heritage Memorial Fund | Published April 3, 2017  -  Deadline May 3, 2017
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Consultants must be appropriately qualified and experienced, willing to engage with applicants and grantees to guide them towards achieving best practice. Consultants must demonstrate continuous professional development through membership of an appropriate professional body and experience of working with clients from a range of different sectors. We are seeking to recruit up to 50 individuals who can work across the UK. Their experience should cover the following: •Governance - Includes strategic organisational change; environmental sustainability (non-capital elements e.g. new policy on greening) •Financial planning and management - Includes business planning; investment readiness (social investment) •Asset transfer - Includes Community businesses •Income generation - Includes fundraising from private sources; Marketing and PR; Trading and Licensing; Catering and venue hire