Deadline: 14 January 2022
World Health Organization (WHO) is currently seeking applications from the eligible applicants for the post of HR Assistant in Pretoria, South Africa. The duration of this post is 2 years.
The primary role of WHO is to direct and coordinate international health within the United Nations system.
Key Job Responsibilities
The HR Assistant will perform the following functions:
- Provide relevant HR information and initiate transactions in the Global Management System (GSM) in the following areas.
- Monitor and Report on HR Actions through regular reporting, he/she will monitor transactions initiated, appointments coming to an end and that need to be extended, separation actions for timely action on the part of managers and staff.
- Liaise with HR counterparts in HRM/AFRO and Global Human Resources services in Kuala Lumpur (GHR) to ensure a proper follow-up on actions.
- Track transactions and follow up with overdue ones .
- Hire conference staff (interpreters) for statutory meetings and for meetings taking place in the Regional Office. Organize the logistics including travel requests and travel claims.
- Communicate timely to requesting units providing feedback.
- Assist in recording and follow-ups required for disciplinary related cases.
Applicants must have:
- Completion of secondary school or equivalent, and training in personnel/human resources management.
- At least 8 year’s experience in administrative positions, preferably in WHO in functions encompassing personnel matters.
- Experience in interpreting personnel rules and procedures as well as administration of staff entitlements.
- Depth knowledge of WHO Rules and Regulations, WHO Manual, and experience or knowledge of staff entitlements highly desirable.
- Work requires maintaining up-to-date knowledge on any changes to Staff Regulations and Rules as well as standard operating procedures.
- Expert knowledge of English.
- Intermediate knowledge of French.
How to Apply
Applicants must submit their applications through online process.
For more information, visit WHO.