Ananda Marga Universal Relief Team (AMURT) is an NGO working in rural communities in primary health care delivery with a major emphasis on maternal and child health.
- Recruitment: In collaboration with management staff, provide services related to the recruitment of project staff and contractual staff who will provide administrative support to project technical activities. This includes defining recruitment needs, developing clear job descriptions, managing the intake of applications, reviewing and circulating CVs, identifying advertisement resources, performing an initial interview of candidates, and checking references. Provide progress reports to and regularly communicate with project management staff and update responsible persons regarding recruitment activities. Maintain CV file of prior candidates for future recruitment efforts. Ensure that appropriate CVs are forwarded to AMURT.
- Hiring: In collaboration with key management staff, negotiate salary with the selected candidate. Prepare employment letters.
- Personnel: Create and maintain accurate personnel files on all employees. Administer paperwork for all local employee changes in status. Assist project management in equitable implementation and enforcement of personnel policies as needed. Act as a liaison with Human Resources and Administration with respect to personnel matters. Be available to employees regarding confidential employment matters, career development, job satisfaction, and grievance and discipline issues. Provide guidance and options and/or pathways for resolution, consulting with Managers and directors as appropriate. Conduct exit interviews when staff depart from positions. Maintain, revise, and update the Employee Handbook as necessary.
- Benefits Program: Oversee the administration of the health benefits and pension program. Collaborate with the PD on the management of the provider relationships. Ensure that the AMURT benefits package is evaluated and revised as necessary on an annual basis. Communicate any changes to project staff.
- Orientation: Develop and conduct as needed an orientation program for all new staff to review AMURT benefits, performance standards, and policies.
- HR Advisory Capacity: Provide project management with HR perspective on potential impacts of issues and actions affecting project staff.
- Procurement Integrity: Provide procurement integrity training to new and continuing staff to ensure that AMURT standards and regulations are adhered to particularly in regard to the recruitment of new
- Bachelor’s Degree in Human Resource Management or equivalent plus 6 years work experience; or Advanced Degree in Human Resource Management or equivalent plus 4 years work experience;
- Progressive human resources experience with a strong background in employment and selection, training, career development, compensation and benefits, employee relations and employment law;
- Experience in an NGO setting, preferably in an international development organization;
- Ability to lead complex projects and initiatives that require multi-level stakeholder engagement;
- Ability to communicate effectively and build strong relationships with a diverse group of employees, leaders and external stakeholders, both remotely and in-person;
- Excellent communication skills – written, verbal and presentation;
- Self-motivated and comfortable working independently
- Familiarity with labour laws in the Nigerian region and their application to NGO employees;
- Ability to exercise sound and timely judgment and maintain the confidentiality of sensitive information;
- Experience with conflict resolution.
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