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Career Development Supporting Service to the Fund International Staff Members' Spouses & Partners

Career Development Supporting Service to the Fund International Staff Members' Spouses & Partners

The Fund has recruited and continues to recruit international staff members who have relocated with their families in Songdo. Many of the families are dual career couples and now a number of spouses/partners are seeking career opportunities. The Fund wishes to support and facilitate them in their endeavors.

To this end, the Fund is seeking a service provider to support them for their career developments in Korea. The Headquarter Agreement with the Korean Government and its respective hosting city (Article 13 paragraph 7,) states that “Spouse of the staff whose duty station is in the Republic of Korean and their children forming part of their household who are under 21 years of age or economically dependent shall be allowed to take up employment in the Republic of Korea after a fast and simple verification process."

Through this request for proposals (“RFP”), the Fund is seeking a service provider to support the Fund’s international staff member spouses and partner’s career development and its requirement will include the following : 
  • Consult, and advise partners/spouses on the Korean job market
  • Develop & deliver one-to-one and face-to-face counseling on a regular basis
  • Continue to target, hunt, search for employment opportunities in Korea
  • Help to design each partner/spouse’s personalized career development programs
  • Arrange job interview
  • Evaluate the current job market in Korea and help building individualized strategy
  • Conduct orientation for introducing Korean working culture, compensation system, CV clinics, interview tips

The Fund expects technical and financial proposals to be delivered, at the same time, by close of business on 22 May 2015.
Submission period
06 May 2015 - 18 March 2019
Status
Closed
Document type
Request for proposal
Ref. number
RFP 2015/103