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CONSULTANCY SERVICES: DEVELOPMENT OF A HUMAN RESOURCES STRATEGY

                                                                           

 

REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST

(CONSULTING SERVICES-Firms selection)

 

ZIMBABWE

 

Multi Donor Support Programme for the Parliament and Office of the Auditor General of Zimbabwe

(2014 - 2017) 

CONSULTANCY SERVICES: DEVELOPMENT OF A HUMAN RESOURCES STRATEGY

 

Sector: Governance | Project ID No.: 00094261

 

The Parliament of Zimbabwe and the Office of the Auditor General has received financing from the European Union (EU), Government of Sweden (SIDA) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) toward the cost of Multi Donor Support Programme (PSP) and intends to apply part of the agreed amount for this grant to payments under the contract for the development of a human resources strategy.

 

The strategy should, for all intents and purposes, fully address the following key areas: (i) Clear and workable HR policies relevant to the Constitutional and strategic goals of the organisation (ii) Well suited Parliament HRM policies, processes, employment contracts and budgeting to the long term maintenance of a skilled work force (iii) Clear, understandable and fulfilling accountabilities for HRM (iv) Appropriate competencies to meet the organisation’s strategic goals, including priority areas as defined in the current Institutional Strategic Plan (v) Managerial / leadership competencies to effectively manage resources (human and financial) to achieve Parliament’s goals and motivate their teams (vi) Management culture, management structures and HR systems that encourage effective HRM (vii) Financial and non-financial rewards, incentives and sanctions that encourage managers to be effective in their management of human resources (viii) The context within which HRM can helped or constrained by the HR regulations and procedures of the Parliament system, and how it can be free to be creative in generating its HRM solutions (ix) Levels of investment in HR personnel and systems to encourage effective HRM (x) Efficient and cost-effective deployment of the staff resources within Parliament.

 

The Parliament of Zimbabwe now invites eligible Consultancy Firms to indicate their interest in providing these services. Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services. Required qualifications include: (i) The company should be registered and have relevant documentation such as Certificate of Incorporation, VAT registration & Tax clearance certificate (ii) Should have at least five (5) years’ experience in development of human resources strategic plans/ or organization development (iii) Traceable references ( at least three references) of similar assignments, preferably in the public sector or quasi-government institutions (iv) The firm should have an in-depth knowledge of Parliamentary systems, processes and culture as well as alignment of human resources strategic plans to corporate strategies (v) Availability of appropriate skills and competences amongst team members (Consultants to provide CVs of proposed experts).

 

Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours 08.00 hours to 16.30 hours.

 

Expressions of interest must be hand delivered to the address below by 21 August 2017 at 10.00 am local Zimbabwe time (GMT + 2 hours) and mention “DEVELOPMENT OF A HUMAN RESOURCES STRATEGY FOR PARLIAMENT OF ZIMBABWE.

 

Attn: The Procurement Officer, Programmes Coordination Unit,

          Pax House, South Wing, Room 2.15,

          Parliament of Zimbabwe

          Cnr. Third Street and Nelson Mandela Avenue,

          P. O Box CY 298 Causeway

          Harare, Zimbabwe

 

E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. (for enquiries only)

 

 

NB: THIS IS NOT A REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS BUT EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST ONLY

 

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