Human Resources and organisation development Director
SOS Children’s Villages takes action for children as an independent non-governmental social development organization. We build families for children in need, we help them shape the development of their communities, we respect varying religions and cultures, and we work in countries and communities where our mission can contribute to development.
Position Title: Human Resources and Organisation Development (HROD) Director
Line Manager: National Director
Status: Full Time
Child Safeguarding Commitment:
SOS Children’s Villages works with children’s and youth. Any applicant he/she should act in a way that safeguards children and youth from all forms of discrimination, abuse, mistreatment and neglect, and will keep data about the children and youth in SOS Children’s Villages programmes confidential. He/she will report all concerns regarding actual or potential child abuse, mistreatment or any other violation of the Child Protection Policy according to our reporting and responding system. For sure, He/she would be protected and supported by the organization.
Equal Opportunity Employer:
We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our organization. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.
The HROD Director provides services, advice and controlling to the National Director, Programme Heads and national key functions regarding HR in line with “Who we are” within the “HR Manual”, SOS Care Promise, “Code of Conduct”, “PSHEA”, “Gender policy”, “Child Protection Policy”, Strategy 2030 and the national Annual Plan. As a member of the National Management Team the HROD Director is actively participating in developing and implementing the national Annual Plan. S/he ensures the implementation of the Human Resources department plan, the SOS CVI policies and guidelines. The HROD Director sees his/her supreme task in driving the further development of the organisation, also in terms of performance through ensuring qualified processes. The HROD Director ensures that all administrative issues are carried out in strict compliance with the national legislation and Labour Law as well as with SOS CV internal guidelines. S/he ensures cooperation and knowledge sharing with the IOR HROD CEE/CIS/ME team. S/he is a member of the regional HR network of national Human Resources co-workers in the region.
|Key performance areas and main responsibilities:
|Human Resources Management
HR areas based on the HR cycle
HR for Programme Development
Job Family Development and Compensation
HR Digital Transformation Supervision
· Keeps oversight of coming D365 and Connect SOS implementation and developments as well as collaborate accordingly with all parties involved.
· Responsible for driving digital transformation such as data collection, integration, migration and trainings as well as the flexibility to adopt all SOS digital technologies of choice.
HR Training Market
Cooperation and networking
· Responsible for raising awareness and support regarding the mental health and psychosocial support for the co-workers.
Value Based Conduct
· Responsible for implementing and monitoring of Value Based Conduct policies and tools. S/he works closely with other functions in MA to build their capacity in implementing HROD strategic objectives and global policies, processes and projects of the Safeguarding principles and approved PSHEA regulation as well as Code of Conduct and gender policy.
· Implements PSHEA regulation in the MA.
· Monitors the progress of the safe recruitment procedures in MA.
· Supports the capacity building on PSHEA regulation in MA towards co-workers.
· Acts as Focal Person for PSHEA (prevention, reporting and responding part) in MA.
Code of Conduct
· Implements, monitors and aligns with local legislation (if needed) processes of Code of Conduct policy.
· Implements the Gender regulation in the MA based on cultural, diversified and legal regulations in the local context and organises co-worker’s sensitisation trainings.
· Monitors the practical adherence to Gender regulation in MA.
· Shares knowledge and lessons learned with HROD CEE/CIS/ME network in the region at annual HROD conference.
Child Safeguarding (CS)
Qualifications and Competencies for the position:
- University degree in Human Resources or Business Administration, Law, Economics, Psychology or a similar field related to Human Resources
- Minimum 5 years working experience in the field of HR/OD
- Good knowledge of local labour law
- Experience in the field of Human Resources Development (especially in staff retention, performance management)
- Good command of English, written and spoken
Competencies – knowledge, skills, abilities
- Excellent communication skills
- Social skills and the ability to get along with various types of people
- Excellent interpersonal skills, tact and high degree of discretion and confidentiality
- Collaborative way of work fostering integration and teamwork
- Strategic, analytical and process thinking abilities
- Experience in organisational development and change processes
- Ability to develop concepts and capability of presenting information in clear and logical manner
- Ability in the field of monitoring/controlling quality of processes
- Organisational skills
- Coaching and mentoring skills
- Efficient in time and resource management, ability to work under high pressure
- Excellent MS Office skills
Preferred Additional Criteria
- Experience in project management and/or leading projects.
|Interested candidates must send their Cover Letter including related job achievements, CV, and three traceable references to:
HR@sos-palestine.org by Wednesday 31/01/2024
Indicating in the subject line: HROD Director
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted Applications after deadline will be excluded. Applications not conforming to the conditions will not be considered.