|Date Posted:||Jul 27, 2017|
|Closing Date:||Aug 2, 2017|
|Work Type:||Full Time|
|Number of Vacancies:||1|
|Functional Area:||Human Resources|
|Salary Range:||Salary is negotiableNone|
|Years of Experience:||3 Years|
|Contract Duration:||Not specified|
|Probation Period:||3 months|
About Afghanistan Cricket Board:
The Afghanistan Cricket Board was established in 2001. It is an independent and specialized organization in the field of Cricket. It works for the development of cricket, and players in the country, and organizes different formats of opportunities aiming to improve cricket and support players. ACB is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Therefore, applicants are considered for employment based on their skills, abilities, and experience
The human resource specialist will provide technical support for various HR employee programs within the organization, meanwhile he/she will be serving as internal consultants by analyzing the ACB’s current HR programs; provide advisory in increasing, decreasing staff, assessing HR needs of ACB and plan accordingly; and recommending solutions for developing, revising, and implementing HR policies and procedures.
Duties & Responsibilities:
The HR Specialist will report to Chief Operations Officer (COO)
Apply fundamental HR methods, principles, and practices of the specialization(s); and standardized analytical and evaluative methods and techniques.
Provide advice and resolve moderately complex, non-controversial, well-precedent factual, procedural, and recurring issues for which there are one or more readily apparent solutions.
Make informed judgments on problems and issues.
Analyze segments of broader HR issues or problems; e.g., the functional relationships between specializations and the impact of decisions made in one specialization on the entire HR system.
Preparing or updating employment records related to hiring, transferring, promoting, and terminating
Explaining human resources policies, procedures, laws, and SOPs to new and existing employees
Ensuring new hire paperwork is completed and processed
Informing job applicants of job duties, responsibilities, benefits, schedules, working conditions, promotion opportunities, etc.
Addressing any employment relations issues, such as work complaints and harassment allegations
Processing all personnel action forms and ensuring proper approval
Overseeing hiring process, which includes coordinating job posts, reviewing resumes, and performing reference checks
HR Specialist Roles
HR specialists may also be called upon to focus their efforts on one of the following areas of HR:
Workforce Planning and Employment
o Implementing the organization’s recruiting strategy
o Interviewing applicants
o Assisting with completing background investigations
o Processing transfers, promotions, and terminations
o Improving on compensation package and salary scales
o Conduct employee training needs assessments
o Conducting training sessions
o Administering on-the-job training programs
o Evaluating the effectiveness of training programs
o Maintaining records of employee participation in all training and development programs
o Introduce effective HR development practices, such as successor planning
Employee and Labor Relations (union environments)
o Interpreting union contracts
o Helping to negotiate collective bargaining agreements
o Resolving grievances
Employee and Labor Relations (non-union environments)
o Assisting with processing employee grievances
o Overseeing engagement programs and other employee relations work
o Developing and administering health and safety programs
o Conducting safety inspections
o Maintaining accident records
o Preparing government reports as to remain in compliance
Assist the HR Manager in developing Human Resources Management Policies and Procedures.
Contribute to the well-being of all staff members and deal with lower staff concerns and queries and provide solutions, in consultation with a relevant supervisor.
The HR specialist may be required to travel extensively around the country.
Must be able to travel and balance work/life priorities.
Strong working knowledge of HR functions and procedures (e.g. pay and benefits, recruitment, training, and development).
Commitment to staying current on the understanding of labor laws and disciplinary procedures.
Proficient in Microsoft Office, knowledge of HRMS is a plus.
Exceptional organizational and time-management skills.
Outstanding communication and interpersonal skills.
Ability to help develop, implements, support, and review all Human Resource Department initiatives, policies, procedures, and systems.
Leadership and instructional aptitudes needed to provide training and oversight of policies and procedure