Project Title
Job Compensation Study
Type of Post
Request for Proposals
Project Owner
The Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation
Link to original solicitation
Chehalis Tribe Job Compensation Study RFP
Estimated Contract Value
Bid Close: Date and Time
6/26/2015 at 4:30PM PST – Proposals received after this timeline will not be considered.
Specific instructions: bid closing, mandatory meeting, bonding, insurance…
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Subcontractor / Supplier Goals, Set Asides, Preferences
Confederated Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation applies a Chehalis Tribal Member and Native American preference policy to all employment opportunistic. See solicitation for additional information.
Scope of work
The Confederate Tribes of the Chehalis Reservation (CTCR) General Manager’s Office seeks proposals from qualified firms and individuals for Job Compensation Study. Job Compensation Plan, applicable to approximately 165 Job Classifications, that is comparable to and on par with compensation plans for governmental service positions in Indian Tribes and local governments in the South Puget Sound and Southwestern regions of Washington State. The scope includes:
A. Review CTCR job descriptions, make recommendations for appropriate adjustments and collaborate with CTCR staff in completing the work;
B. Review applicable pay-grade and ranges and recommend appropriate adjustments;
C. Design an implementation process;
D. Orient key staff in the implementation of the Job Compensation Plan.
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