Bachelor's Degree   Herat, Afghanistan Full Time 1035
Date Posted:May 13, 2020
Closing Date:May 26, 2020
Work Type:Full Time
Number of Vacancies:1
Functional Area:Human Resources,Administrative,Management
Salary Range:As per company salary scale
Years of Experience:3 Years
Contract Duration:1 year(s)
Extension Possibility:Yes
Contract Type:Fixed-term
Probation Period:3 months
Required Languages:Dari,Pashto,English

About Coordination of Rehabilitation and Development Services for Afghanistan:


Coordination of Rehabilitation and Development Services for Afghanistan (CRDSA) is a non-governmental and non-political humanitarian organization working in sectors of Sustainable Livelihood, Human Rights Promotion, Civil Society Strengthening, Returnees/IDPs Protection and Re-Integration in Afghanistan. CRDSA was established in 2002 and presently is operating in Herat, Farah,Ghor , Nimroz and Badghis provinces

Job Summary:

The AD/HR Manager develops, Maintains, enhances, and manages the organization's human resources by planning, implementing, and evaluating employee relations and human resources policies, programs, and practices. The Ad/HR Manager also supports operations by supervising staff; planning, organizing, and implementing administrative systems.

Skills Required:

Interpersonal Skills Strong Communication Skills

Skills Description:

• Strong interpersonal and negotiation skills.

• Fluent English and Persian skills.

• Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

• Effectively envision, develop, and implement new strategies to address competitive, complex business issues.

• Manage multiple conflicting priorities.

• Be flexible and available to interact with employees at all levels.

• Be self directed and motivated.

Duties & Responsibilities:

• Develop, implement and maintain HR policies on issues such as hiring, orientation, training, medical, leave, emergency/annual leave, working conditions, performance management, equal opportunities, disciplinary procedures and other organizational management concerns and procedures to ensure effective, fair and consistent management of staff throughout the organization, and ensure that the HR Manual is comprehensive and up-to-date. 

• Maintain contact with all departments/projects, and sub-offices to determine changing personnel needs and problems, provide advice and counsel to departments in variety of human resource areas including contract interpretations, employee relations and performance management, etc. 

• Monitor and interpret changes in laws and regulations related to human resources, evaluates their impact on the operation of office projects, and develop and install required policies and/or operations modifications to assure conformance with the changes in these laws and regulations. 

• Conduct complex Human Resources investigations including discrimination, sexual harassment and other employee related matters. 

• Work closely with senior and line managers, providing them with expert guidance, coaching and support on the full range of HR activities (including policies and procedures, terms and conditions of employment, absence management, restructuring of services, performance management, redundancy planning etc.), in order to ensure a consistent and fair approach to people management throughout the office. 

• Provide advice and guidance on individual employee relations cases, ensuring that these are well managed and meet the requirements of the Board’s policies, best practice and employment legislation. 

• Ensure that managers and staff are aware of the policies and procedures and able to operate them effectively. 

• Provide support to staff on HR issues, as and when required. 

• Ensure that staff are informed and updated on key business and organizational issues. 

• In consultation with line managers, follow up individual development needs and source external training provision as and when required, monitoring training costs against budget. 

• Maintain training records for all staff and assist with any training initiatives, as required.

• Gather and analyze market data to measure the competitiveness of the office compensation and benefits package, and make recommendations as appropriate. 

• Assist with the annual salary review process, as and when required. 

• Manage staff leaves and absenteeism.

• Represent HR and participate in various internal groups and meetings across the organization. 

• Review and manage new starter and leaver processes, including conducting exit interviews for all staff.  

• Monitor HR trends throughout the organization and provide management information on Key Performance Indicators to the Directorate as appropriate. 

• Manage the information held on the HR database and personnel files to ensure it is updated in a timely and accurate manner and complies with any legal or data protection policies. 

• Develop and improve HR planning strategies and Administrative plans.

• Act as the office Child Protection Officers. 

• Provides administrative decision-making, support and leadership.

• Responsible for organizational meeting schedules, reports, training and updates of internal policies and government rulings.

• Responsible in implementing the Admin budget, reviews and approval office expenditure & fixtures.

• Analyzes the attendance and regularity of employees in the organization and recommend personnel action.

• Liaise with the governmental office and sector departments on different project issues.

• Manage in-coming and out-going letters and correspond accordingly.

• Manage and supervise vehicles movements.

• Supervise administrative staff (i.e Admin Assistant, Cook, Guards, Drivers).

Job Location:

Afghanistan, Herat


• Bachelor degree in business administration, or equivalent HR knowledge gained through unofficial studying or working in the HR field. 

• Minimum 3 years of experiences of working in similar role with international and/or national NGOs.

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