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Human Resource Consultancy



Purpose
The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) is in the process of implementing a Strategic Plan that requires the Human Resource Department (HRD) to assist the Bank’s Executive Management in enhancing Organisational Effectiveness through the development and execution of a modern HR Strategy.

The Bank hereby invites proposals from suitably qualified persons or companies to provide the required services as Human Resource Consultant to effect the aforementioned.

Objectives/Scope of Services
The primary focus of the consultancy will be to improve the Human Resource Management function of the ECCB through the development of a strategy that supports long-term business goals as outlined in the Bank’s strategic framework.



Prospective consultant must:
1. Possess a post graduate degree in Human Resources, Management, Organisational Leadership or Public Administration;
2. Possess certification in the area of Human Resource Management;
3. Have at least 10 years relevant experience in Management or Human Resource Management;
4. Have prior experience undertaking similar work/assignments in medium size or large organisations;
5. Have excellent communication and highly developed leadership skills;
6. Provide a list of references of their current and past clients, with contact information;
7. Provide reference letters from at least two clients.

Submission of Proposals
All proposals should include but not be limited to:
1. Outline of potential HR areas to be addressed in the Strategic Plan (Plan);
2. Schedule/timeline and requirements for development and execution of the Plan;
3. Projected cost and payment terms including fees and expenses;
4. Qualifications and experience of the consultant as per guidelines in 3.0 above;
5. Certified copies of all applicable certificates.

Evaluation and Selection
Proposals must comply with the preceding requirements to be considered. The successful consultant/company will be expected to execute an agreement with the Bank on terms and conditions negotiated by both parties.

Submission of Applications
Applications should be received by Friday, 17 February 2017 and addressed to:
The Acting Director
Human Resource Department
Eastern Caribbean Central Bank
P O Box 89
Basseterre
St Kitts
Soft copy applications should be submitted for the attention of the Acting Director, Human Resource Department to email hrd@eccb-centralbank.org


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Human Resource Department
Eastern Caribbean Central Bank
P O Box 89
Bird Rock
BASSETERRE
St Kitts and Nevis

Applications should reach no later than 17 February 2017

NB: 1. Only candidates short listed for the selection process will be contacted;
2. Applicants may enquire of the Human Resource Department to ascertain receipt
of applications.
3. Shortlisted candidates will be required to undertake various assessments.



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