|Date Posted:||Jun 13, 2018|
|Closing Date:||Jun 23, 2018|
|Work Type:||Full Time|
|Number of Vacancies:||1|
|Salary Range:||As per NTA salary scale policyNone|
|Years of Experience:||7 Years|
|Contract Duration:||Not specified|
|Probation Period:||3 months|
About National Statistics and Information Authority:
Background National Statistics and Information Authority (NSIA) was established in year 1351 as an independent governmental administration to create an integrated scientific system for statistics, ensuring harmonization and coordination of all statistical and information management activities of Afghanistan. Since its establishment, NSIA conducts population census and national statistical surveys and coordinates with partners including government institutions, international development partners, non-governmental organizations, research institutions and agencies other than state to prevent duplication of information and statistics. NSIA collaborates with national government agencies in collection, compilation and publication of statistical information including data and statistics derived from their activities. Also NSIA independently collects, compiles, analyses and publishes national commercial, financial, social, economic, environmental, information technology and in general the living condition of Afghan nation. National Statistics and Information Authority (NSIA) supports and promotes the development of integrated social and economic statistics nationwide. NSIA also provides technical support to other agencies and facilitates standard procedures for conducting research such as sampling frames. To fulfil the requirement and need of modern statistical demands, NSIA is mandated to introduce reforms in the area of organizational development. NSIA coordinates and collaborates with partner agencies to establish standards and framework for unified data and information management. Currently on-going efforts are underway to further strengthen NSIAs institutional capacity to adapt and utilize organizational development best-practices to adapt to fast-changing and required growth of NSIA. The National Geo-Informatics Center in Afghanistan is responsible for national level of Geo-Spatial activities, developing policies, Geo-Spatial standards, and the sustainable use of its extensive natural resources. In order to make informed decisions, the policy makers, technicians, scientists and others need timely and authoritative data and the means to analyze and understand this information and the conditions, trends and other insights it can Bring. Most of the Geo spatial data that exists in Afghanistan is scattered across many organizations within the government, United Nations agencies and many other government, non-government and international organizations. The government has recognized the need to address this issue and has established a National Geo-Informatics Centre (NGIC) program within the Central Statistical Organization. Based on the decree No (656), 2018 of His Excellency President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, the GIS Coordination Deputy President General office was established. Currently the GIS is one of the important departments of NSIA. The National Statistics and Information Authority (NSIA) is the leading national geo spatial science organization with a focus on both public good science for government and geo-scientific research to understand earth and environmental processes. To have harmonize, consistent and fair pay framework for all NTA in the country, to assure fiscal sustainability up to possible extend, to increase government control over deliverables of National Technical Assistance (NTA) including but not limited to strengthening the government ability to hire national contractors though the national budget of the country and to avoid competition with CBR and assuring transparency and accountability; NSIA is committed to hire below position based on NTA salary scale.
Summary of the Position:
CSO is searching for HR specialist who is responsible in creating standard systems for HR directorate in recruitment, performance appraisal, capacity development, employee relations, organizational development, and curricula and revolves around the recruitment and placement of employees; therefore, their job duties may range from screening job candidates and conducting interviews to performing background checks and providing orientation to new employees.
Duties & Responsibilities:
Main Duties and Responsibilities:
Workforce Planning and Employment
o Implementing the organization’s recruiting strategy
o Interviewing applicants
o Administering pre-employment tests
o Assisting with completing background investigations
o Processing transfers, promotions, and terminations
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 Analyzing job duties
o Writing job descriptions
o Performing job evaluations and job analyses
o Conducting and analyzing compensation surveys
Any Other Task assigned by Supervisor.
General Duties and Responsibility:
HR specialists will have the role on implementation of the following areas of HR:
Provide technical assistance to the CSO HR Directorate in implementation of the Human Resources Management Information System (HRMIS).
Explaining and contributing in development of human resources policies, procedures, laws, and standards to new and existing employees
Informing job applicants of job duties, responsibilities, benefits, schedules, working conditions, promotion opportunities.
Processing all personnel action forms and ensuring proper approval and Ensuring new hire paperwork is completed and processed.
Overseeing hiring process, which includes coordinating job posts, reviewing resumes, and performing reference checks
Provide technical assistance to CSO HR Directorate to conduct a comprehensive Training Needs Assessment (TNA)
Provide technical assistance in developing a user manual for the implementation of the E-attendance system at CSO.
Provide on-the-job coaching and mentoring to CSO employee on core HR functions.
Contribute with the systems development team in designing an ID card template for CSO personnel.
Preparing or updating employment records related to hiring, transferring, promoting, and terminating
Training and transferring knowledge, skills and experience to the staff of relevant department.
Liaison Officer would have the following qualification and work experience:
A bachelor degree in Business Administration, Law, Political Science, Social Science, psychology, Economics, literature or any other relevant faculty
At least seven years with bachelor degree and five years with master degree of the relevant experience is required
Proven work experience as in HR positions
Knowledge Afghanistan labor law and all employment related regulations and guidelines
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills