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St Giles Trust
The maximum value of the consultancy should be £30,000 inclusive of VAT

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St Giles Trust
The maximum value of the consultancy should be £30,000 inclusive of VAT
Contract, Part-time, Full-time
Job description

St Giles wishes to commission a suitably qualified and experienced consultant/consultancy firm to research, cost, and recommend business models, activities, and priorities, which would enable St Giles to continue to deliver (and ideally expand) the peer advisor programme and its social impact in a financially sustainable way in future years.

The maximum value of the consultancy should be £30,000 inclusive of VAT

Closing date: 11pm, Sunday 5 December 2021.

Contact: Ann Griffiths, PAN Lead Manager, (contact details on our website)

St Giles is an award-winning charity helping people facing severe disadvantage to find jobs, homes and the support they need to build a more positive future. We deliver over 70 projects in communities and prisons across the UK, helping 25,000 people a year to have a better future. We believe everyone has the power to turn their life around, no matter what their situation. Nearly 40% of St Giles staff have been in similar situations to the people we work with and use their past experiences to inspire and support those living through it, and in many projects this proportion is far higher.

At the centre of our work is our Peer Advisor Programme. The Peer Advisor Programme offers people with lived experience a structured package of training, support, and voluntary work placements which lead to a City & Guilds Level 3 NVQ Certificate in Advice & Guidance, opens routes to employment, and enables peer advisors to grow and develop in ways they had often never imagined possible.

In 2019, we received a £3.6m grant from the National Lottery Community Fund (NLCF) to expand and develop our peer advisor programme in the community across seven UK regions. This project is called the Peer Advisor Network (PAN).

The aim of this funding is to enable to delivery of a range of outcomes on multiple levels – for peer advisors themselves, for the clients they support, for organisations they work/ volunteer in, and for communities.

We are seeking a provider to offer consultancy advice and proposals to support the long-term financial sustainability of the peer advisor programme at St Giles.

We want to understand more about the options and models for operation in coming years that could increase our income-generating activity while enabling continuation and ideally expansion of our core activity delivering social impact.

We want to better understand possible markets for sales of different products and services we could offer, the feasibility of each of these, appropriate charging structures, and the steps we will need to take to achieve it.

We are looking for recommendations for a future business model that will enable us to succeed in sustaining our impacts beyond the timeframe of existing grants, likely diversifying our future income streams to include all three of grants, contracts, and income from charged-for external activity.

Please note, all potential bidders making contact with questions will be asked to put their questions in writing, and be provided with the same information in response. Answers to questions received by question closing date will be uploaded as an additional document on our recruitment site alongside the ITT document.

For further information please visit our website.

These answers:

  • We would be open to proposals about how the work could be done efficiently and effectively through remote working, and are currently working in a hybrid way with some face-to-face and some remote work as an organisation.
  • You can see an overview of the services we have available for commissioning on our website
  • Income achieved through the PAN to date has been largely training with some consultancy.
  • Where we refer to ‘balancing requirements’ of grant-funded delivery with income-generation this refers to being able to make decisions about where resource is best used to continue to deliver our grant requirements while diversifying our income-generation activities and channels.
  • The overview of staffing across the network and progress to date on sustainability scoping/planning is set out in the ITT. More detail on structures, and access to relevant stakeholders, would be provided to the successful bidder.
  • Timelines to deliver meaningful outputs by deadline, and an overview of risks, are required to be addressed by bidders as part of the ITT response.
  •  We are currently working on defining and measuring social value as part of our independent evaluation. The ITT sets out our overall goals and outcomes achieved so far through the PAN.

The timetable for the tendering process is:

  • Tenders invited: w/c 1 Nov
  • Deadline for questions & requests for further information: Monday 29 November, 9am
  • Submission deadline: Sunday 5 December, 11pm
  • Interviews: 8 December
  • Consultancy commissioned: w/c 13 December
  • Set-up, planning, initial information sharing & scoping: December 2021
  • Project initial recommendations: end March 2022
Posted on: 15 November 2021
Closing date: 05 December 2021
Tags: Social Care/Development,Management
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