Future Leaders of Nottingham – Tender Opportunity
Two-day assessment centre in June 2020
Future Leaders of Nottingham is a professional development programme making leadership in Nottinghamshire more diverse and representative – by creating a network of talented people to inspire others and drive change. The programme is run and managed by The Renewal Trust, a nationally-recognised charity, and is now in its 5th year.
Candidates typically consist of a range of organisations across Nottinghamshire including private, public and voluntary sector, and with varying levels of seniority and experience.
Find out more about Future Leaders of Nottingham
|Organisation||The Renewal Trust|
|Brief description||Future Leaders of Nottingham assessment centre|
|Budget||£5,000 including VAT and expenses|
|Delivery dates||Two consecutive days in the weeks commencing 15th June or 22nd June 2020|
|Delivery location||Nottingham city centre|
James, Programme Coordinator|
|Deadline||Friday 20th March, 12:00 noon|
Assessment centre brief
- Support with shortlisting candidates for assessment centre – historically 60 applications shortlisted to 24
- Design and deliver an assessor training workshop for assessors
- Design and deliver a range of interview exercises over two consecutive days – assessors can be provided
- Support evaluating candidate scores and collecting feedback
Please email the following:
- Up to one side of A4 detailing of your approach, fee including VAT and expenses
- Two references demonstrating previous experience of recruiting for leadership programmes
- A copy of your public liability and professional indemnity insurances
To email@example.com by Friday 20th March 2020, 12:00 noon
Applicants can expect a decision by Tuesday 24th March 2020, 17:00
The decision will be made by two members of the steering group
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