Job Ref No: CHJ/DEC/J135 | Closing Date: 12/May/2023
Head of Human Resource and Organizational DevelopmentSupervises:
Overall Job Purpose: To provide support in the delivery of the various human resource functions and activities with direct emphasis on capacity building & coordination of staff training as well as learning and development in order to ensure better performance of the Human Resource function within the hospital.
Detailed Roles and responsibilities
Organise and participate in coordination of staff training sessions regarding career development, employee capacity building, organisational learning/development as well as conducting staff orientation and induction.
Create awareness and implement HR policies and procedures by explaining the personnel policy and employment manual.
Work closely with various department heads to address HR training needs through performance evaluations and appraisals by coordinating, controlling and monitoring the process; keeping appraisal files organised and updated.
Facilitate recruitment process for the available vacancies and volunteer positions by providing advice and assistance with writing/reviewing job descriptions, scheduling, organizing and participating in interviews.
Update HR information management system that includes maintaining personal records of employees on matters such as attendance, organisation changes and leave management.
Participate in HR information management through provision of the required payroll information, monitoring daily attendance and encouraging time management.
Handle staff welfare matters such as assist employees with work related matters, medical insurance documentation and other related personal issues.
Promote health and safety measures through effective supervision by the teams.
Participate in disciplinary meetings and grievance handling.
Attend departmental and other committee meetings to provide information, when required.
Provide advice to CoRSU management and staff about HR best practices and adherence as well as compliance to the Ugandan labour laws.