At the State Employment Service, a number of employment counselors were hired together during a special recruiting effort 12 years ago. They formed a cohort, went through training together, and received graduate hours in vocational counseling together. About a year ago, Jane Midland, the first member of the cohort to get promoted, tested into a supervisory position at one of the Job Service Centers. Two of the eleven employees who report to her are members of the original cohort. Barb Rick and George Malloy deeply respect her abilities and have a strong affection for her. In fact, Barb Rick has spent time at Jane’s home watching their children play together and helping with the remodel of Jane’s house. George, Jane, and Barb get together for lunch regularly. Recently, they have considered attending evening classes together to get a master’s degree in Human Resource Management. Yesterday, Jane received a memo from management reminding her that it is time to complete the annual appraisal forms for her staff.
Your proposal must include the following components:
Provide an overview of your proposed program.
Identify the problem or opportunity.
Explain the purpose of the proposal.
Indicate the scale of the proposal.
Explain the organization method implemented to carry out the program.
Provide clear details of the proposed program.
Describe the products and/or services you will be offering.
List the specific tasks you will be performing.
Qualifications and Experiences:
Describe your qualifications.
Explain how they fulfill the requirements specified in the IFB or RFP.
Present your experiences in the field.
Specify the costs for the completion of the program.