Procuring Services for HR in Higher Education
NEUPC is now able to offer a wide range of frameworks which will be of interest to HR Professionals. We have outlined below the key agreements currently in place, if you would like any further information please speak to our Professional Services Category Manager, Debbie Shore (0113 344 3961, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Executive and Senior Strategic Search and Recruitment Services
This framework covers everything from Executive and Senior Academic roles, Professional Services Directors, international roles in overseas locations and a lot for professional services roles such as Category Manager, Contracts Manager, IT Manager and Accountant. Read our news article or view the framework on HE Contracts.
This framework covers a comprehensive range of legal requirements. Lot 2 covers Human Resources including HR dispute resolution, legal aspects of recruitment, statements and terms of employment, organisational change and restructure, disciplinary/suspension/grievance policy and procedures and much more. In addition there is a ‘one-stop-shop’ which is ideal if your institution is looking for a sole supplier to cover the majority of your legal services requirements, or have a specific project which requires the input of different specialisms. Read our news article or view the framework on HE Contracts.
The Global Mobility Support Services Framework is the first of its kind and will see a number of suppliers providing legal, taxation & accountancy, payroll, domiciliation and relocation advice and services to support the international reach of higher education institutions.
The UK Higher Education offering is world-renowned, with a solid presence on global rankings. International collaboration is therefore crucial to these universities as it allows them to expand their reach and respond to demand - opening subsidiaries overseas or even arranging to have their programmes taught in institutions around the world, giving students the chance to receive some of the finest education and support in their home countries.
Training – to be awarded August 2017
NEUPC is leading a National Training Provider Framework procurement and is working closely with members, other consortia and the Staff Development Forum (SDF) to ensure a framework that meets user needs. It will be focused on standard training and will have specialist lots such as IT, personal development, Leadership and Management at first Line Manager level and compliance training as well as a managed service provider lot which will enable HEI’s to on-board current ‘preferred’ suppliers. For more information, contact Debbie Shore at NEUPC (email@example.com)