Deadline: 18 January 2018
United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of Human Resources Officer in Bujumbura, Burundi.
UNICEF works for a world in which every child has a fair chance in life.
Key Jobs Responsibilities
The Human Resources Officer will perform the following functions-
- Promote equity, transparency and consistency in the interpretation, determination, implementation and administration of HR policy, procedures and guidelines on all HR related matters applicable to the staff in the office.
- Support, implement and administer the effective and timely recruitment processes in the hiring and retaining the best talents available to support the strategic human recourses needs of the office.
- Ensure timely, equitable, transparent and systematic administration of all HR benefits, entitlements, contracts renewal and termination, performance management, promotions and other HR activities.
- Implement and administer the equitable, transparent and efficient GS job classification system in compliance with the established classification policy, guidelines, procedures and related requirements.
- Conduct timely and effective training programs and briefing on career management to all staff in the office in order to support the capacity building and career development of all staff.
Applicants must have-
- University degree in social sciences or other relevant disciplines (human resources, business administration, international relations, psychology, etc).
- Additional professional training an advantage.
- 1 year of relevant professional work experience.
- Developing country work experience (for IP) or field work experience (for NO).
- Background/familiarity with Emergency.
- Fluency in French is required.
- Fluency in English and in the national language of the duty station is an asset.
- Nationality of Burundi.
How to Apply
Applicants must submit their applications through online process.
For more information, please visit UNICEF.