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Below are some selected future contract and tender opportunities that may be of interest to social enterprise / third sector organisations to apply for either individually or in partnership with each other or private sector organisations. Where possible we will include opportunities that contain a Community Benefits approach. You may be required to register at the linked to websites to view the full information or to register an interest.
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Glasgow City Heritage Trust (GCHT) supports the repair and restoration of the city’s historic environment through a programme of grants for property owners in the target conservation areas and strategic support for developers restoring historic properties. The Trust also conducts education and outreach projects aimed at creating an understanding and appreciation of the historic environment across a wide range of audiences.
Communication is an essential aspect of the Trust’s ability to fulfil its remit both as a grant awarding body and as an educator. The Trust’s website is a key facet of its ability to communicate effectively and efficiently. Our website is often the first point of contact for those seeking information relating to the Trust’s work and forms an essential shop front through which we present our capabilities. In order to continue successfully communicating our message in an evolving technological landscape we are reviewing and revising how we utilise this media channel.
Deadline Date: 15/02/16
Newbattle Abbey College is delighted to have received a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund and seeks to appoint a production company to create a short interpretive DVD (approximately 20 minutes in length) combining the different aspects of our research; images, interviews with survivors and historical narrative in order to bring to life our vibrant and unique past. The work will include producing voice-overs, filming interviews and shots of the college and surviving military buildings as well as the post-production editing and packaging the final product.
Deadline Date: 22/02/16
The council intends to award 3 service delivery lots to 1 or more providers.
The service delivery lots for this tender are as follows:
Lot 1 – North East Glasgow Alcohol and Drug Recovery Hub
Lot 2 – North West Glasgow Alcohol and Drug Recovery Hub
Lot 3 – South Glasgow Alcohol and Drug Recovery Hub
The Alcohol and Drug Recovery Hub (Recovery Hub) shall play a key role in the recovery orientated system of care in Glasgow for individuals with alcohol or drug misuse issues. The services shall provide recovery support to a range of service user groups and work in close partnership with both the statutory Health and Social Care Partnership Addiction Service and peer-led recovery communities across the city.
CPV: 85300000, 85000000, 85312000, 85320000.
Deadline Date: 24/03/16
Landscape Architect to provide full service from inception to end of defects. Hard and Soft landscaping to the upper quadrangle at Merchiston Campus; including accessible routes, planting areas, street furniture and bike storage.
Deadline Date: 08/02/16
Healthcare Improvement Scotland is currently in the process of working with key stakeholders to develop the new national Improvement Support function which will focus on the integrated health and social care space as well as being the location of a national improvement offering for NHS Boards. As part of the developing Integrated Improvement Resource (IIR) offer, this framework agreement for Improvement Associates is being commissioned. The purpose of the Improvement Associate framework is to support local and national priorities by providing a flexible, national resource for improvement support.
The Improvement Associates will directly contribute to the on-going work of partners in health and social care partnerships and NHS Boards; helping partners achieve the nine national health and wellbeing outcomes through the delivery of integration and quality improvement across health and social care.
The Framework Agreement therefore seeks individuals who have a particular improvement related specialism that have relevance to the Scottish context around health and social care. The Framework also seeks individuals with relevant, recent experience and knowledge of leading change within health and social care contexts.
The framework will require Improvement Associates of exceptional quality who align with our philosophy of improvement support. Our aspiration is to select 20-30 Improvement Associates through this selection process who collectively have the skills, knowledge and experience necessary to support improvement activities in all aspects of health and social care in the statutory and Third/independent sectors in all parts of Scotland and across all population and care groups.
We anticipate that some Associates will have a broad knowledge and experience of health and social care matters and/or improvement approaches. Equally, others might have more specialised knowledge either of a service/clinical area or a particular important aspect of care or particular improvement skills, knowledge and approaches.
The duration of the Framework Agreement will be initially for 1 year, which may be extended for a further period of 12 months, subject to agreement between HIS and those on the framework agreement.
Application Deadline: 26/02/2016
Deadline Date: 08/03/2016