You are an I/O Consultant who has received a Request for Proposal (RFP) from a potential client. You will submit a proposal in response to the RFP as if this was a real consulting assignment. Thus, the proposal should be well-written, organized, and professionally assembled to reflect the type of proposal you would submit to a potential client in the “real world.” You will receive your RFP at approximately Week 10. Deliverable: RFP Specifications: The Proposal The proposal should include:
Background of the client and project and a statement of the problem Work plan, showing each step in the process with time and action calendar: Method of Job Analysis including a detailed rationale and procedures for that method – include any job descriptions as appendices Method of assessment construction and/or assessment selection* including a detailed rationale for that assessment (include any information on off-the-shelf tests as appendices) Description of validation methodology(s) including detailed rationale and procedures
Description of how your proposed testing program adheres to the EEOC Uniform Guidelines and SIOP Principles Cost of development, validation, & implementation: Including budget for staffing the project, etc. and total cost *Note: If your hypothetical consulting organization chooses to recommend an off-the-shelf assessment as one of the selection tools, you are required to provide as much detail about this assessment in order for the client to have a complete understanding of what the assessment measures, its reliability and validity, relevant research, etc.
*Generally this assignment is about 7-10 pages of consultative content plus the cover page, table of contents, any references and appendices. *I have included 1 photo as a file upload which is a photo of more information for assignment and I have included another file upload which is the rubric for the assignment.