Nine Circles is seeking a consultant to develop a Community Event-Based HIV-STBBI Testing Guideline that can be used by community-based organizations and health care providers in Manitoba. This Request for Proposal (RFP) solicits proposals from consultants with experience in developing user-friendly health-related technical materials and have experience with the health system.
The consultant will work with the Project Manager and an Advisory Committee to develop the Guideline. The consultant will conduct a literature review/environmental scan, review relevant documents, gather relevant information from key stakeholders for the development, design and layout the guideline so that is clearly understood, user-friendly, technically sound, relevant and acceptable by community organizations and health care providers in Manitoba. With this in mind, we expect an end-product that is graphically appealing. Time is of the essence for this project as we have expected timelines with our funder.
This consultancy is expected to begin October 1, 2020, and ends Dec 1, 2020.
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How to Apply
Final proposals should be submitted by Friday, September 18 at 5:00 pm CST by email. Proposals will be reviewed by our Project Manager and the Guideline Advisory Committee. Only those shortlisted will be contacted.
Address completed proposals to Laurie Ringaert, Co-Strategic Facilitator, at: Human Resources with the subject line: RFP Community Event-Based Guideline Development