Human Resource and Administration Officer Jobs – Law Development Centre (LDC)

 

Job Title:    
Human Resource and Administration Officer

Organisation: Law Development Centre (LDC)

Duty Station:  Mbarara, Uganda

Reports to: Assistant Director

 

About US:

Law Development
Centre (LDC) will provide legal
education to lawyers and non-lawyers, undertake research in topical legal
issues, contribute to legal reforms, produce legal publications, teaching
materials and law reports, and also provide community legal services.

 

Job Summary:  The Human Resource and Administration Officer will
mainly facilitate and implement human resource and administration policies,
strategies, procedures, rules and regulations of the Study Centre.

 

Key Duties and Responsibilities:  

·       
To
provide support to the Human Resource Manager in planning and implementing the
performance management system of the Study Centre.

·       
To
assist the Human Resource Manager in recruitment and selection activities at
the Study Centre.

·       
To
propose and implement staff welfare programs and activities.

·       
To
identify, analyze and compile training and development needs of employees and
preparing and implementing training plans and budgets for the study Centre.

·       
Developing,
implementing, monitoring and maintaining up to date HR Records and Information
system at the study Centre.

·       
Monitoring
payment of staff salaries, incentives, compensation, benefits, rewards and
other allowances in line with the Human Resource Management Manual and
information system.

·       
Prepare
and submit periodic performance reports and briefs.

·       
To
compile and update the Study Centre Assets Register.

·       
To keep
all the Study Centre assets and property secure and in good working condition.

·       
To
oversee the cleaning and maintenance of premises at the Study Centre and ensure
a clean working environment.

·       
To
monitor and enforce standards of service delivery for outsourced/contracted
providers.

·       
To
monitor the movement, utilization, maintenance and repair of the Study Centre
vehicles and ensure all of them are in sound working condition, and maintain
accurate, up to date records thereof.

·       
To
ensure timely procurement of office requirements.

·       
To
monitor use of utilities and ensure timely payment of all utility bills.

·       
To
identify faulty fixtures, equipment, furniture and ensure timely repairs of
minor works.

·       
To
supervise works done at the office premises including but not limited to
installations, fumigation, garden weeding, etc. 

·       
To
perform any other duties as may be assigned from time to time by the relevant
line manager.

 




Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

·       
The
applicant must hold an Honours bachelor’s degree in Arts or Social Sciences,
Social Work and Social Administration (SWASA), Public Administration &
Management with a bias in Human Resource Management.

·       
Postgraduate
diploma in Human Resource Management or Public Administration and Management.

·       
At least
three years of experience in Human Resource Management and Administration in
government or a reputable organization, three of which should have been at a
senior managerial position.

·       
Strong
written and verbal communication skills.

·       
Must
have good computer skills.

·       
Strong
analytical Skills.

·       
Strong
Interpersonal Skills.

·       
Strong
leadership skills.

·       
High level
of integrity.

 

How to Apply:

All candidates
should send their applications clearly indicating campus of choice should be
addressed to The Head, Human Resource & Administration, Law Development
Centre, P. O. Box 7117 Kampala and may be: submitted by email addressed to
aeyena@ldc.ac.ug  OR  hand delivered to the LDC Reception at either
the Kampala Campus or Mbarara Campus. Applicants should attach up-to-date
Curriculum Vitae, certified copies of academic documents and any other relevant
documents that will support their application. For applications by email, applicants
should submit scanned copies of the application and supporting documents.

 

Deadline: 18th September 2020 by 5:00pm

 

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