WFP Armenia is seeking a candidate to perform a range of HR tasks to support accurate implementation of WFP policies and procedures and facilitate the effective functioning of a client-focused and strategy-oriented HR services for the Country Office. The role holder will be responsible for the completion of a full range of HR activities. This role will report to and come under the guidance of an HR Officer.
- Provide assistance on general HR queries and follow up actions, to ensure consistent and high quality HR services are delivered to clients;
- Provide guidance and on-the-job training to other staff, to support their development and increased knowledge of HR systems and procedures required to perform their duties;
- Liaise with other internal units/ offices on HR related matters, i.e. payroll, contracts, etc. and provide necessary information in order to enable timely HR services;
- Extract and compile HR data on staff recruitment and selection, contractual conditions, entitlements, performance and training requirements, to support analysis and reporting needs;
- Provide administrative support in various HR activities in the areas of work allocated by the professional officer including onboarding of new staff members in compliance with relevant processes and procedures;
- Maintain confidential personnel records, HR databases and archives, to ensure data and files are accurately stored and updated in compliance with the established standards;
- Draft various HR documentation required for the specific area of work (e.g. employment contracts, transfer letters, training-related documents, etc.) ensuring accuracy and meeting established deadlines;
- Use HR management systems for entering and updating a variety of HR data, including assistance in monitoring various deadlines (e.g. contract expiration, PACE, etc.), ensuring compliance with the established deadlines and accuracy of HR data;
- Support staff deployment and related administrative actions, including preparation of basic reports, to facilitate efficient HR service enabling WFP to respond quickly to a crisis.
- Completion of secondary school education; post-secondary certificate or degree in the related functional area is desirable;
- Fluency (level C) in both oral and written communication in English and Armenian languages;
- At least 3 years of progressively responsible support work experience in general administrative work, including at least 2 years in human resources or other related field; previous experience in UN or similar HR management systems is desirable;
- Knowledge of general HR administrative work practices and methods, gained through relevant technical training and experience;
- Good communication skills and basic understanding of HR principles and their application in order to respond to and resolve general HR queries;
- Ability to develop and maintain relationships with a wide range of individuals in order to provide a high quality support service;
- Ability to collate and compile relevant data from a variety of sources in order to produce periodic reports for supervisor(s);
- Ability to monitor and record personnel files and documentation in an organised manner and in line with compliance standards.
ПРОЦЕДУРА ПОДАЧИ ЗАЯВОК:
All qualified candidates who meet the above requirements are encouraged to submit their online application accompanied by an updated Curriculum Vitae (in English language) by following the link: https://tinyurl.com/UNWFP-OnlineApplication
. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
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ОТКРЫТ ДЛЯ/ КРИТЕРИИ ОТБОРА:
All qualified candidates
Assisting 86.7 million people in around 83 countries each year, the World Food Programme is the leading humanitarian organization saving lives and changing lives, delivering food assistance in emergencies and working with communities to improve nutrition and build resilience. The Government of Armenia and WFP stepped up cooperation in 1993. The first years of this strong partnership marked different food relief projects gradually evolving into community development initiatives. In 2010, the Government of Armenia, WFP and their strategic partners joined hands for improved nutrition, education and social protection by relaunching School Feeding Programme. The common goal and vision is a nationally-owned, sustainable National School Feeding Programme for the benefit of Armenian people. Nowadays, it is a state-of-the-art Programme that is fully integrated in the life of children, their families and communities. WFP’s plans for the next five years, created as a joint effort with national and international partners, will continue tackling food insecurity, malnutrition and poverty as important national issues identified by the National Strategic Review (NSR) that embraces the future development priorities of Armenia. Capitalizing on current and present outstanding achievements, WFP and partners will enhance focus on nutrition and creation of innovative and sustainable nutrition sensitive food value chains. Simultaneously, WFP will support communities, provinces, Ministries and the Government of Armenia to strengthen their capacities for improved national policies, programmes and systems.