Organizational Services Review RFP: HR, Finance & Communication Strategy
- RFP SUMMARY
|Scope of Service
||Organizational Services Review: HR, Finance and Communication Strategy
|RFP Issued By
||Indigenous Diabetes Health Circle (IDHC)
||April 16, 2018
||Proposals must be received before 16:00 hours (4:00 pm) Easter Standard Time on: May 02, 2018 NO LATE PROPOSALS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
|IDHC Contact Information and Questions
All enquiries related to this RFP including any requests for information, questions, and clarification, are to be directed to the following email address: [email protected]
The IDHC will respond if time permits. Information obtained from any other source is not official and should not be relied upon. Enquiries and any responses will be recorded and may be distributed to all Proponents at the IDHC’s option.
|Delivery of Proposals
||A PDF copy of your proposal must be delivered via email to:
Indigenous Diabetes Health Circle (IDHC)
Attention: Executive Director
3250 Schmon Parkway, Unit 1B
Thorold, ON, L2V 4Y6
Proposal envelopes should be clearly marked with the name and the address of the proponent, the RFP number and the RFP project name. Proposals may not be sent by regular mail, facsimile or in person.
NO LATE PROPOSALS WILL BE ACCEPTED.
|Short Listed Proponents
||For those Proponents which have not been contacted by end of business day on May 22, 2018, will serve as notice that their proposal submission was unsuccessful.
|Successful Proponent Notified
||May 22, 2018
||Expected Start Date of Project: June 04, 2018
||Expected End Date of Project:
September 10, 2018
||A person authorized to sign on behalf of the proponent must complete and sign the Proponent Section (below), leaving the rest of this page otherwise unaltered and include the originally-signed and completed page with the proposal.
- SUMMARY OF REQUIREMENTS
The Indigenous Diabetes Health Circle (IDHC) requires the services of a Consultant/s to conduct a review and provide recommendations for the following IDHC functions:
- Human Resources
- Communication Strategy – Internal & External
The terms and conditions applicable to this RFP are identified in Appendix A – Definitions and Administrative Requirements. Submission of a proposal in response to this RFP indicates acceptance of all terms and conditions that are included in Appendix A, and any addenda subsequently issued by the IDHC. Provisions in proposals that contradict any of the terms of this RFP will not be considered.
WHO WE ARE
The Indigenous Diabetes Health Circle (“IDHC”) incorporated in 1997 and is a not-for-profit organization that plays a unique role in Ontario’s Indigenous diabetes healthcare sector. The IDHC leads the development and coordination of holistic and cultural diabetic healing practices in Ontario. This includes the development of standards and methodologies that incorporate the body, mind and spirit of our clientele and their family, restoring balance so they can increase their understanding of the disease, make informed decisions and self-manage their lives.
Working with our partners, we help improve the depth and breadth of Indigenous diabetes health by building and maintaining critical partnerships. We provide a variety of wellness programs that strive to reduce the impact of diabetes on our People.
We are funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) and our work is supported by the Independent First Nations of Ontario and is guided by a Board of Directors comprised of representatives from the following 5 Ontario Indigenous organizations:
- Association of Iroquois and Allied Indians,
- Métis Nation of Ontario,
- Ontario Federation of Indigenous Friendship Centres,
- Ontario Native Women’s Association and the Union of Indians, and the
- Union of Ontario Indians.
The IDHC has over 20 employees, a combination of contract and permanent.
Indigenous peoples have the tools, knowledge and ability to make healthy choices and live free of diabetes, now and in future generations.
The IDHC will achieve the vision by supporting Indigenous communities, families and individuals by:
- Promoting holistic wellness models;
- Building on traditional teachings & best practices to develop and provide programs, education & resources; and
- Building relationships & community capacity.
In the pursuit of our Mission and Vision the IDHC values:
- Respect for autonomy and diversity;
- Community based and responsive services;
- Holistic wellness (body, mind and spirit);
- A spirit of sharing and cooperation, and
- Personal choice and the right to privacy.
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