Consultant – Support for the sustainability of Hampshire CEPLocation:Hampshire Salary:The fee for this contract is £4,000 including VAT and expenses (including travel). Benefits:Fee The fee for this contract is £4,000 including VAT and expenses (including travel). Timescale This contract will run from November 2020 - July 2021. Approx 60 hours in total. Milestones and stage payments We will make payments at agreed milestones, provided you have met agreed conditions at each point. This is likely to be: ● 60% at the start of the project, with an agreed project plan ● Further 40% on completion of the final piece of work with milestones agreed Main duties:
This contract will run from November 2020 – July 2021. Approx 60 hours in total.
This contract will be managed by Hampshire County Council’s Music Service which is the lead partner for the Hampshire CEP. HMS will enter into a contract with the successful consultant/consultancy on behalf of the CEP. The consultant/consultancy will report to HMS Senior Learning Leader, Jonathan Cranston.
Milestones and stage payments
We will make payments at agreed milestones, provided you have met agreed conditions at each point. This is likely to be:
- 60% at the start of the project, with an agreed project plan
- Further 40% on completion of the final piece of work with milestones agreed
The successful consultant/s will be able to demonstrate the following:
- Organisational and partnership development skills
- Understanding of collaborative models of governance and leadership
- Understanding of good practice in youth engagement and evaluation
- Marketing and communications experience
- Track record in fundraising
- Strong interpersonal and organisational skills to engage effectively with stakeholders
- Administrative and project management skills
- Availability to deliver the project in line with the required timescales
- Awareness of cultural and educational policy in the UK
- Public liability (min £5m) and professional indemnity (min £1m) cover
- GDPR compliance
- DBS for any personnel working directly and unsupervised with children and young people as part of the work.
Those interested in this contract should provide a quotation document which should not exceed 1000 words (excluding any annexes) and should include:
- A response to the brief and outlining how you propose to deliver it
- CVs of the personnel proposed to carry out the work
- A timetable for delivery
- A breakdown of days and costs against the planned work including VAT
- If you are planning to involve multiple members in a team, please provide a statement of the number of days / hours each team member will contribute
- Examples of previous relevant work
- Names and contact details of two referees who have knowledge of your work in a similar capacity
- Details of your professional indemnity and public liability insurance, GDPR compliance and (if relevant) DBS
Please note that HMS will be assessing all submissions received against the following criteria:
- Understanding of the brief and key objectives
- Proposed approach
- Experience and expertise
- Value for money
HMS is not obliged to accept the lowest or any quotation received.
To express interest
Please send responses to this brief to firstname.lastname@example.org by 10am Monday 26 October 2020
To discuss the brief or for more information, please contact email@example.com or 07730 507818Closing date:26/10/2020 Job Description:
Hampshire Local Cultural Education Partnership – known as Hampshire CEP –
Invites proposals from individual consultants and/or consultancy organisations for work to strengthen the CEP’s role in improving access to quality arts and cultural experiences for children and young people in Hampshire.
In order to progress with our Transition Plan, CEP members have addressed a series of priority barriers to the CEP’s future growth and resilience:
- Hampshire CEP has operated to now as a relatively informal network initially led by Hampshire Cultural Trust and, more recently, Hampshire County Council’s Music Service (HMS). An agreed Mission Statement, Values and Terms of Reference, plus Partnership Agreements are in place with partner organisations for particular collaborative pieces of work. CEP members are conscious that more formalised arrangements might create a more robust foundation from which to progress its ambitions.
- The voice of children and young people has principally been fed into Hampshire CEP by adults who work with them or one-off consultation exercises, limiting the extent to which they are actively shaping the CEP’s agenda.
- Internal CEP communication has primarily been via 6-weekly meetings and emails in between, whilst wider dissemination of its work has used the web and social media profiles of its member organisations, with no shared identity or digital presence.
- The current worldwide pandemic has put on hold the implementation of the Transition Plan. Some steering group members are furloughed from their organisations, whilst other individuals are prioritising their capacity on their own.
- Deliver appropriate Mental Health CPD for CEP members and teachers
To help the Hampshire CEP move to the next phase of its journey the Hampshire CEP Board is seeking a consultant to undertake an important programme of work:
- Governance and leadership review – to explore, recommend and advise on change management to achieve the most suitable and sustainable arrangements for effective governance, leadership and management of Hampshire CEP, including more strongly enabling the voice and leadership of Hampshire’s young residents in the work of the CEP.
- Communications and brand development – to advise on the establishment of a suitable externally-facing web and social media presence; to establish a sustainable, low-cost internal digital communications platform; – to draft the brief for a student project to create a brand identity for Hampshire CEP consistent with its mission and values.
- A fundraising case for support and action plan for the Hampshire CEP – to draft a template for a case for support that the CEP can adapt for different funding opportunities; to identify potential funding streams and propose a realistic fundraising action plan to support the CEP in achieving its goals.
In keeping with its values and ethos, Hampshire CEP expects the successful consultants to identify, consult and actively engage stakeholders in the work, including children and young people; cultural organisations, schools, colleges and youth agencies, both those that are currently involved in the CEP and those that are not; Hampshire County Council and Artswork, Arts Council’s Bridge organisation for the South East, who are investing in this work.
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