Jordan Paramedic Society is as local, not-for-profit, NGO founded in Jordan in 2012 on the basis of serving, supporting, and motivating the
surrounding community and the MENA region.
JPS aims to provide high quality healthcare to the
disadvantaged and the vulnerable as well as spread
awareness on healthy living and disease prevention.
To qualify for this position, you will need:
The HR Officer, will be responsible for all objectives are set, ensure all work duties are performed satisfactorily and performance management process is concluded in timely manner.
TASK AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Lead the recruitment, testing and selection process for the jobs.
Through collaboration with managers, assist in the development of staffing and recruitment plan ensure that each team is staffed appropriately according to need and funding availability, in an efficient and timely manner.
Ensure staff hiring is executed efficiently and in compliance with JPS policy and national Labor law.
Ensure a transparent, timely and efficient recruitment processes;
Ensure that pre-employment requirements are submitted and a personnel file with documentation according to HR checklist is opened for new staff on a timely basis;
Responsible to maintain confidentiality of all staff.
Ensures the proper and accurate tracking of leaves and Timesheet management processes.
Ensure proper management of Staff Benefits including updating of tracking databases for medical insurance and other benefits applicable from time to time.
Ensure the timely processing of new contract, contract extension, staff transfer, promotions, acting capacity.
Manage processes related to disciplinary actions, staff separation, termination, including liaising with the Ministry of labor;
Receive and follow up on Field Office and project related HR documents (time sheets, contracts, etc.) and maintain an organized and efficient filing system.
Perform other related duties as required
Ensures the consistent implementation of HR policies and procedures across the Field Operations.
Assist in the design, development and implementation of the overall staff learning and development strategy for the agency.
Conduct regular assessment for all field offices; assess the filing systems/HR documentation in each field site and undertake immediate corrective measures;
Strengthen, through provision of hands on and consistent support, the overall HR capacity in timely and efficient staff servicing, including contract extension, promotions, change on contractual status, leave applications, staff separation including exit clearance procedures;
Strengthen HR capacity in the consistent implementation of HR systems including policies, procedures and operating standards in order to deliver more efficient and effective HR services;
Support in conducting periodic policy assessment and its implications during implementation at the field offices level and advise on alternatives where required.
Be the Focal point in driving Performance management processes within the department and also supporting other departments in meeting the Performance Management processes in the field as per policy.
Plan and Manage the performance and development of staff in line with the HR Strategy; supervise the implementation by: –
Support training needs assessment, develop and lead the implementation of an annual training plan for the staff in line with performance appraisal reports;
Supervise the development of a periodic staff performance assessment report for management information and advice;
Provide technical guidance to the management on how to reward or deal with exceptional and poor performance respectively Implement mechanisms for the management, maintenance of and access to Human resource information, records, reports and Knowledge.
Provide Health and Safety advice and to proactively carry out risk assessments, including issues around staff health and welfare
Support Management and HR staff on HR business processes and adhere to the standards required.
Oversee monitoring of staff and health workers attendance.
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE
In-depth experience in HR and knowledge of donor regulations and national Law.
At least 5 years of experience in the same position (HR&Admin Manager).
Demonstrated success in formulating policy, and development and implementing strategies and procedures.
Identify preferred requirements:
Desirable Experience with recognized international and local NGO will be an added advantage
Advanced English language written and communication skills
Computer literate, including word processing, databases/ spreadsheet
Detail oriented and good record keeper.
Able to draft standard letters and other written communications.
Good time management with ability to priorities.
Able to multi-task in dealing with all three components of the job.
Demonstrates adaptability and flexibility in all aspects of working.
Solutions focused, looks for ways to make the achievement of objectives possible.
Anticipates outcomes of activities and uses initiative to keep these activities on course.
Has a good knowledge of the work of department and able to self-start.
Proven ability to organize work effectively.
**If you have the qualification needed fill the application under the link below and upload copy of your CV, copy of your personal identity, copy of collage certification and copy of other certification: