Human Resources Manager

  IFRC
Bachelor's Degree   Afghanistan, Kabul Full Time 1641
Date Posted:Jun 13, 2017
Reference:0022
Closing Date:Jun 21, 2017
Work Type:Full Time
Number of Vacancies:1
Gender:Any
Functional Area:Human Resources
Nationality:Any
Salary Range:100000 - 100000 AFG monthly
Years of Experience:5 Years
Contract Duration:Not specified
Extension Possibility:No
Contract Type:Long-term
Probation Period:3 months
Required Languages:

About IFRC:

International Foundation of red cross and red crescent societies.

Job Summary:

The post holder maximizes staff performance to service the strategic objectives and operational needs of the country office by creating value through the strategic management of the workforce, focusing on policies, on systems and on an enabling environment conducive to attracting and developing diverse talent.

S/he is responsible for overseeing recruitment, training and development, performance appraisal, and, national staff benefits design and rewarding. S/he is also responsible for compliance with labor law, and, government regulations and requirements. S/he protects the interests of staff and of IFRC in accordance with management policies and national and international laws and regulations. S/he is responsible for human resources readiness, preparedness and business continuity plans for emergencies, disaster, crisis and incidents management.

The net salary for this position is 100000 Afghani

Duties & Responsibilities:

Talent Management including employment, development and performance:


Coordinate and manage the recruitment and selection process.

Coordinate and manage inductions, briefings, debriefings, exit interviews and clearances.

Coordinate and manage the performance appraisal process.

Develop, coordinate and manage workforce planning including succession plans.

Develop, coordinate and manage the development of competences including skillsets

Organizational culture, employee relations and working environment, and, transformation and change:


Ensure adequate consultations between staff and management on relevant matters and issues.

Monitor and analyse any misconduct and other forms of grievances.

Develop, execute, monitor and evaluate the people aspect of organizational development, transformation and change plans.
Compensation and benefits for national staff:


Develop and maintain a comprehensive remuneration and benefits package.

Coordinate, manage and supervise staff payroll.

Check and supervise the tracking of staff benefits including leaves.

Coordinate, manage and supervise the administration of social security, pension, and medical insurance schemes.
Standard Operating Procedures, management policies and processes:

Introduce, implement and put into effect existing management policies, processes and procedures

lead compliance with management policies, processes and procedures.

Develop, maintain and update efficient, effective and consistent management policies.

Develop, maintain and update efficient, effective and consistent processes.

Develop, maintain and update efficient, effective and consistent procedures including forms and templates.

Disseminate, communicate and explain management policies, processes and procedures.
Law, compliance and documentation:

lead compliance with labor laws, government regulations and reporting requirements.

minimize exposure to lawsuits.

prepare information requested or required for compliance with laws or procedures, and, reviews and approve all information submitted.

serve as the primary contact with the labor law lawyer, and, government agencies.

oversee a safe and secure comprehensive filing system.

write and issue notifications, as required, well in advance.

Human Resources systems and information systems:


Develop and maintain a scorecard for key performance indicators.

Develop tracking instruments and provide regular reports.

Monitor and track the implementation of the performance appraisal system.

Monitor and track the implementation of MyHR and any other HR tools.

Train staff in the use of HR systems.
Emergencies, disaster, crisis and incidents:


Develop and maintain human resources preparedness, readiness and business continuity plans for emergencies, disaster, crisis and incidents management

Assist, support and advise on emergency deployments including Field Assessment and Coordination Team (FACT), Regional Disaster Response Team (RDRT) and Emergency Response Unit (ERU) member
Relationships, expertise and professional development:


Establish and maintain effective professional working relationships with national and international staff in country, regional and global offices, and, with counterparts in Afghan Red Crescent Society, partner national societies, International Committee of the Red Cross and government offices.

Actively represent IFRC in matters related to the services under his or her responsibility.

Maintain a high degree of skill and knowledge in administration, be an expert and a person of reference for the services and solutions under her or his responsibility.

Be part of and contribute to develop a network and systems for knowledge sharing including best practices.

Job Requirement:

Minimum qualifications:

Required University graduate degree in human resources or relevant field.

Required University post-graduate degree in human resources or relevant field.

Preferred Certification in human resources management from Human Resources Certification Institute (HRCI) or similar.

2) Required Experience:

5 years of experience in a similar role.

5 years of experience in coaching, skill transfer, training and staff development.

5 years of experience with HR procedures, management policies and processes.

5 years of experience in employee relations, transformation and change.

5 years of experience in HR systems and information systems.

3 years of experience in supporting emergencies, disaster, crisis and incidents management.

3 years of experience in compensation and benefits.

3 years of experience in talent management including employment, development and performance.

3 years of experience in supporting, assisting and advising management teams.

3 years of experience in law, compliance and documentation.

Expert in human resources and people management.

Proficient in professional development and change management.

Expert in employee relations.

Proficient in Afghan labour law.

Proficient in dealing with lawyers and government authorities.

Proficient in project management.

Proficient in managing cases of misconduct, code of conduct or similar.

Proficient in computer literacy (Microsoft Office Suite).

Proficient in improving gender and diversity.

Proficient in dealing with confidential information.

Proficient in team and people management.

Familiar with coaching and mentoring approaches.

4) Language skills:

Fluent in spoken and written English as well as local languages (Dari and/or Pushto).

Job Location:

Afghanistan, Kabul
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