Recruitment tender for Provision of a Temporary Resourcing System and a Recruitment Agency Service for the Supply of Temporary Workers
Short description: In order to support the University’s requirements for temporary workers there is a need to procure a recruitment agency service for the supply of temporary workers as well as a temporary resourcing system that meets the University’s needs with regards to the provision of effective, efficient and legally compliant processes for engaging and paying temporary workers.
Estimated total value excluding vat: £2,140,000
Duration of the contract, framework agreement or dynamic purchasing system: 60 months
Type of procedure: Open Procedure
Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate: 12pm, 9th January 2019
The contract is divided into lots and tenders may be submitted for all lots
Lot 1: Provision of a Temporary Resourcing System
The procurement of a new SaaS IT system to support the administration of casual and temporary resources from sourcing to payment will need to support improved and more efficient services to our hiring and approving managers and our workers, providing
A seamless service for users of the system regardless of how they are sourced. The solution provider will both implement the solution and work alongside us throughout the project, to help us maximise the benefits of the solution. We are looking for a Bidder who can support the University through the following project stages:
— design (workshops),
— build (functional/ technical specs),
— testing (unit/SIT/ UAT),
— change management – support in identifying new ways of working to maximise solution benefits,
— post-implementation support (Warranty, 1st, 2nd, 3rd line support) and
Value excluding VAT: £340,000
Lot 2: Provision of a Recruitment Agency Service for the Supply of Temporary Workers.
Sourcing temporary workers (Admin/clerical, professional services, retail, catering, grounds maintenance/ancillary and highly skilled specialist professions (such as IT and estates services roles):
— managing the payments for staff who are sourced directly by the agency service,
— reporting on performance against service level agreements.
The University will consider a master vendor or neutral vendor arrangement.
Estimated value excluding VAT: £800,000. This is an estimate based on the total spend average of the past 3 years and includes the workers’ wages and on costs as well as the agency fees.
Name and addresses:
University of Exeter
The procurement documents are available for unrestricted and full direct access, free of charge, at: https://uk.eu-supply.com/app/rfq/rwlentrance_s.asp?PID=26412&B=EXETER