Deadline is March 18, 2022. All positions will remain open until filled, but we will review applicants on a rolling basis. Applicants are encouraged to apply early for consideration. Please submit all application materials as soon as possible. Applications received by March 18, 2022, will receive first consideration.
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Florida Rural Legal Services. Inc. (FRLS), the non-profit legal services program providing free civil legal assistance to eligible low income and elderly persons approved by program policies and priorities in areas such as housing, domestic violence related family and other family law matters, public benefits, consumer law, elder law, education, immigration, and civil rights.
The selected QMC will have demonstrated experience in collaborating and advising non-profit and legal service organizations, five or more years of experience consulting with and/or leading a successful legal aid organization. Knowledge of the legal services community is not a requirement, but is highly preferred. Candidates should provide at least three (3) references in their bids.
The selected QMC will be expected to work closely with FRLS’ Executive leadership and management and provide regular updates to FRLS Board of Directors.
Project Management Duties:
1. Regular Feedback and Updates
The QMC will provide regular feedback and updates during the duration of the assessment and will work with a primary point of contact for the duration of the engagement.
2. Location of Performance
The QMC will schedule times to meet virtually with FRLS’ designated leadership and board leadership and will have the ability to meet as needed, for updates and input during the assessment phase.
3. Evaluation Process
The QMC will evaluate the capacity of FRLS management, staff, and its contracted independent public accountant to carry out their respective responsibilities related to operations and financial operations, such evaluation may include: (a) assessment of grantee leadership and fiscal staff’s understanding of and ability to administer and oversee recipient’s financial operations; and (b) evaluation of composition of staffing in the fiscal area should be restructured to optimize the ability to carry out its responsibilities related to administering financial operations including budgeting, accounting, financial reporting, and the establishment of adequate internal controls and compliance.
Workplan and Initial Timeline
The strategic planning consultant will perform the work described in Duties and Tasks as follows (dates are dependable on availability of scheduling and flexible as required for work product):
Due Date Deliverable
April 15, 2022 Work plan approval by BOD
April 22, 2022 Opening meeting completed
April 29, 20022 Document review completed
May 13, 2022 Interviews Completed (FRLS leadership and BOD)
May 27, 2022 Presentation of analysis and recommendations
June 10, 2022 Final report completed and delivered with allowance for feedback
June 17, 2022 Final report accepted and approved
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