The Christian Health Association of Lesotho (CHAL) is a voluntary Association of Christian churches
providing not-for-profit health care services to Basotho. It was established in 1974, as an Association under
the Society’s Act of the Kingdom of Lesotho. CHAL is made up of six member churches, Roman Catholic Church,
Lesotho Evangelical Church, Bible Covenant, Assemblies of God, Seventh Day Adventist Church and Anglican Church
in Lesotho, operating 8 hospitals with 4 Schools of Nursing and 71 health centers. CHAL provides 40% of the health
care services to the population of Lesotho especially in the rural and peri-urban areas of the country. CHAL through the Secretariat, coordinates the activities of member
Institutions and also facilitate collaboration with partners for support to the Institutions as implementing agents.
Organizations need the right calibre of employees for them to be managed accordingly.
An attractive, market-related compensation package must be offered for purposes of attracting
and retaining such employees. However, the financial strength of such an organization must be taken into
consideration depending on the availability of funding and sustainability of such funds while maintaining
CHAL as a non-profit making organization is facing a challenge of an increasing Wage Bill in the midst of
diminishing financial resources and intends to address such challenges timely and wisely.
The plan is therefore to engage an expert who would make an informed analysis of the CHAL Secretariat Wage Bill.
The main objectives of the assignment are but not limited to the following:
a) Inception report detailing understanding of the assignment, the methodology, approaches, data collection processes to be used, budget and Curriculum Vitae of consultant(s).
b) Submit to CHAL, the final report (3) bound hard copies of the report printed in colour and a soft copy.
The potential consultant should have a Master’s Degree in Industrial Relations and Human Resources Management or
related qualification, and at least ten (10) years’ experience related work.
Three reference letters of relevant past experience in the similar assignments (Wage Bill assessment)
is also required.
The assignment is expected to take a maximum of 21 days, including weekends, effective from 19th April, 2021 to 07th May, 2021.
Interested consultants must include in their application a detailed technical
and financial proposal with the following components:
Interested and qualified candidates should submit their technical (1 original and 3 copies) and financial (1 original and 3 copies) proposals in different envelopes, marked Technical Proposal and Financial Proposal respectively to; email@example.com and CC: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com . The two envelopes should then be put in one envelope, labelled “CHAL Secretariat Wage Bill Analysis Assignment Proposal”. The name/s of the bidder/s should not appear anywhere on the envelopes.
Proposals may also be hand delivered at CHAL offices, along constitution road, behind Victoria Hotel.
The Closing date to receive the proposals is the 16th April 2021.
CHAL will evaluate the proposals and award the assignment based on technical and
financial feasibility. CHAL reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal
received without giving reasons and is not bound to accept the lowest or the highest bid.