Ross County’s Jim McIntyre is on the shortlist to be named PFA Scotland Manager of the Year on Sunday evening.
The former Queen of the South boss led the Staggies to League Cup glory in March and the Dingwall club are also assured of a top-six finish in the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Rangers manager Mark Warburton is also in the running, having guided the Ibrox club to a Ladbrokes Championship and Petrofac Training Cup double, with the Scottish Cup Final still to come.
Falkirk manager Peter Houston is a contender following Falkirk's excellent season, with the Bairns second in the table going into the final weekend of the season.
Peterhead's Jim McInally is also nominated for an outstanding campaign with Peterhead. The Blue Toon reached the Petrofac Training Cup Final and booked their play-off place in Ladbrokes League 1 with several weeks to spare.