Genealogy Tutor

Closing date is: 
12 Jul 2017
Relatives for Justice seek suitably qualified persons to tender to deliver genealogy classes in Relatives for Justice.
Genealogy Tutor

Genealogist

 

Purpose

This class offers the chance to restore a sense of place and identity whilst developing social and intellectual skills.  The class will reflect the proposals of the Stormont House Agreement Archive section. The aim of the class is to recover memory, develop an understanding of experiences of the conflict and the lived effects of trauma in a safe and reflective narrative.  The classes will bear cognisance to any development of the legacy proposals of the Stormont House Agreement. The purpose of this project is to create a safe environment with a qualified, trained facilitator to support members impacted by trauma. 

Membership

The project will be specific to those who have been bereaved or injured as a result of the conflict.

 

Review

The Project will run initially for 6 sessions commencing September 2017 after which a review will take place to identify the needs of the group.

 

Confidentiality

 

Due to the sensitivity surrounding the work carried out within Relatives for Justice, complete confidentiality and a non-judgmental approach should be taken at all times.

Tender requirements

To tender please provide:

  • A cover letter detailing your hourly rate inclusive of VAT.
  • A copy of your most updated CV.
  • Tender applicants must include the name, address, telephone number and email addresses of two clients who may be contacted for references in connection with the proposed contract.

 

Evaluation of proposals:

The Contract will be awarded on the basis of the most economically advantageous proposal applying the following award criteria, not necessarily in this order:

 

  • Relevant skills, expertise and qualifications of the designated personnel in tutoring a genealogy class;
  • Understanding and awareness of the requirements of the project including the context for the work of Relatives For Justice;
  • Feasibility and credibility of proposed approach and scope and quality of deliverables;
  • Cost and value for money.

 

 

 

 

Details must be submitted in either hard or electronic copy to:

 

Mary Kate Quinn

Relatives for Justice

39 Glen Road

Belfast

BT11 8BB

 

Email: marykate@relativesforjustice.com

 

To arrive no later than Friday 30th June 2017 before 2pm.

 

 

 

Added by
Andree Murphy
Contact Information
Mary Kate Quinn
Relatives for Justice, 39 Glen Road, Andersonstown
BELFAST
BT11 8BB
02890627171