Human Resources Manager
Human Resources Manager
|Title:||Human Resources Manager|
|Duration:||3 years with possibility of extension|
|Exp.:||2020-12-01-(1 Week From now)|
|Salary:||Based on CARE Salary Scale|
|Organization:||CARE AFGHANISTAN | About CARE AFGHANISTAN|
|Education:||An advanced university degree in the appropriate field /MBA Major in HRM.|
|Work Experience:||At least 8-10 ’ proven experiences with any l Years|
COMPETENCE SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
At least 8-10 years’ proven experiences with any large organization/company/NGO.
Demonstrated ability in facilitation and interpersonal communication.
There are three levels of problem-solving:
1) What has to be done and how to do it are clearly defined and the incumbent will face identical or similar problems on a regular basis.
2) What has to be done is known but how to do it is not defined. The incumbent must use interpolative skills to pick and choose the right strategy to address a given problem.
3) Why things are done is known but what has to be done and how to do it are not defined. Situations are variable and the incumbent’s response will involve analysis problem definition development of alternatives and making recommendations. He or she will face and address problems that are typically non-recurring.
Please indicate which of the above levels of problem-solving this position will face and why the position falls into that category.
The position falls into Level 2 where the incumbent must extensively use interpolative skills to choose the right strategy to address complex issues including unforeseen employee dissatisfactions uncertain security environment prevailing in the country and complex legal environment. Though operational guideline is found in the HR Manual there may be situations where clear guidance is not given and the incumbent has to address the problem through own analysis and judgment.
The position has authority to recommend changes in all policies and procedures in the HR Manual including issues of staff compensation and benefits. Directly supervises the HR Supervisor/s.
Duties & Responsibilities
SUMMARY OF KEY FUNCTIONS
In a brief paragraph state the positions overall purpose or objective highlighting the general functions for which the position is responsible. Why does the position exist and what must it accomplish?
The HR Manager is responsible for the overall management and direction of the Country Office HR policy and procedures in CARE Afghanistan. S/he will ensure Country Offices HR functions are implemented efficiently and cost-effectively by providing adequate support to Head Office and Field /Regional Offices. S/he will be responsible for formulating strategic HR policy directions to achieve the strategic goals of CARE in Afghanistan ensure implementation of the strategies and handle strategic human resource challenges and thereby create a competitive advantage for the organization.
The incumbent is responsible for overall management and direction for HR services in CARE-Afghanistan ensuring effective leadership and guidance to uphold service delivery standards of HR which are compliant with the existing laws of the land as well as CAREs organizational policies maintain and communicate CARE’s core values and provide leadership in CO overall HR support services such as workforce planning recruitment & selection talent management staff development staff wellbeing staff discipline and grievances etc. The HR Manager ensures that CARE’s HR support services and ensure these are aligned with CARE’s business plans and fully support the delivery of CARE’s programs.
S/he will also be part of wider network of focal points across CARE for GED and PSEA and ensure there is oversight of CO work plans including risk assessment monitoring and reporting. The Human Resources Manager is a member of the CLT.
The position has regular contact with the CD ACDs Program Directors Head of projects/departments/units and Office Managers at the Field Offices. Contact is also maintained with Regional Management Unit and with CARE-USA HR department Regional Human Resources Business Partner for Asia HR network members of Asia Region and International NGOs of Afghanistan.
KEY RESULT EXPECTED
Responsibility # 1: Staff management and supervision of the Human Resources Department. (15%of time)
Supervises and engages the team in discussions of organizational business plan and program priorities and resources (budget and other) required achieving set priorities.
With team identifies specific training needs linked to organizational priorities (e.g. managing for results orientation & GED); outlines how these can be addressed and monitors the effectiveness of staff development activities.
Engages individual HR staff and the HR Team in regular performance conversations and identifies areas where coaching and/or close supervision is required.
Responsibility # 2: Smooth operation of human resource management coordination of performance management system and professional development plans and talent management. (15%of time)
Ensure the preparation and sharing of annual and monthly plans for the HR department and monitor progress/actions against approved budget and plans.
Responsibility # 3: Ensure timely recruitment selection placement and staff orientation. (15%of time)
Oversee an open impartial and effective system for recruitment process—pilot improvements if appropriate.
Responsibility # 4: Salary & Benefits Management Staff Discipline Transition and employee welfare and wellbeing. (15%of time)
Provide a sound program of salary and benefits administration for the Country Office.
Responsibility # 5: Handle strategic HR issues HR policy development and enforcement. (20%of time)
Assist and advise the Country Director on all matters of HR strategic issues and to align CARE’s HR policies in order to achieve the strategic goals of the Country Office.
Responsibility # 6: Handling Legal matters Financial management and other general responsibilities. (10%of time)
Handle the legal matters of the Country Office including court cases in cooperation with the lawyers on retainer and keep the Country Director updated on all important issues.
As a member of the SMT to contribute to CO visioning program strategy development and wider policy requirements.
Responsibility # 7: Champions Gender Equality and Diversity. (10%of time)
CARE’s staff profile is reflective of the communities that CARE serves; and women have voice and agency in the workplace.
Takes specific actions so that HRM processes support the recruitment and retention of women in the workplace.
This position reports to the Country Director and works closely with the Assistant Country Directors Program Directors Head of Projects/Departments/Units and Regional HR Network.
Interested candidates should submit their completed CARE standard job application forms (CARE application form is attached) along with the updated resumes and letters of interest to CARE HRD department in its Kabul Main-Office no later than December 01 2020 candidates who have access to the Internet can send their applications to [email protected] mentioning the exact job title and vacancy number in the subject line.
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