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NSW Department of Communities and Justice / FACS Family Group Conferencing Facilitation Services - Panel of Service Providers - FACS.15.110

RFT ID FACS.15.110
RFT Type Expression of Interest For Pre-Qualification
Published 9-Nov-2015
Closes 4-Dec-2015 2:00pm
Category (based on UNSPSC)
93140000 - Community and social services
Agency Department of Communities and Justice


Contact Person
Bernice Redman
Phone: 02 9716 2049
bernice.redman@facs.nsw.gov.au

Tender Details

The NSW Department of Family and Community Services (FACS) are inviting applications from suitably qualified facilitation service providers (either individuals or organisations) with experience in a child protection or family-focused context, for appointment to a prequalified panel of family group conferencing facilitators.

Successful applicants will be appointed for a period of two 2 years with an option to extend for a further one year.

 

Location

NSW Regions: Far North Coast, Mid North Coast, New England, Central Coast, Hunter, Cumberland/Prospect, Nepean, Northern Sydney, Inner West, South East Sydney, South West Sydney, Central West, Orana/Far West, Riverina/Murray, Illawarra, Southern Highlands

RFT Type

Expression of Interest For Pre-Qualification - An invitation for Expression of Interest (EOI) for pre-registration of prospective tenderers for a type of work or service. Applicants are initially evaluated against published selection criteria. RFT may then be invited from a panel of providers (as Selective, or Invited).

This tender opportunity is not expected to lead to the award of a contract, or the award details will be advertised elsewhere. Please telephone or email the contact officer for details


Multi Agency Access

No