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BRS is looking for a new Secretariat
The British Renal Society invites expressions of interest (EOI) from suitably qualified organisations or individuals for the provision of a secretariat in accordance with the appended Functional Service Specification that has been prepared by the current providers M&M Consultants.
Functional Service Specification
The expression of interest should be limited to 500 words, include examples of other work undertaken in the field and non-binding indicative costs. Informal discussions with M&M Consultants are possible by telephone in order to clarify aspects of the Functional Specification.
Depending on the number of EOI received, a pre-interview process may be undertaken by telephone in order to select candidates for short listing, who will then be required to submit a detailed application responding to the Functional Service Specification. This should include a breakdown of costs associated with different aspects of the service delivered. References from up to 3 other organisations will be required
Our search committee will identify a short-list of candidates for interview. A preferred provider will be identified at interview and recommended for endorsement by BRS Council.
The length of the contract for provision of these services will be subject to negotiation but would be expected to be for 3 years subject to satisfactory annual review by Council.
Tuesday 6th January, 2015: Deadline for receipt of Expression of Interest
Tuesday 13th January, 2015: Notification of progression to the next stage.
Monday 26th January, 2015: Deadline for submission of detailed proposals
Thursday 5th February, 2015: Interview in Birmingham
The British Renal Society began as The British Renal Symposium in 1989 to promote formal dialogue between the many specialist groups supporting professionals involved in the care of patients with kidney disease. It soon became apparent that such a strong multi-professional input could be of major benefit to the future development of renal care, by exerting influence at a number of levels including the advancement of the evidence base, the commissioning process, and the formulation of policy. Since becoming the British Renal Society in 2001, the Society has grown substantially. It's core aims are:
For more information click here: www.worldkidneyday.co.uk