Deputy General Manager Human Resources : Health Services Board (HSB)

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Health Services Board (HSB)

DEPUTY GENERAL MANAGER HUMAN RESOURCES
HEALTH SERVICE BOARD
REPORTS TO: GENERAL MANAGER HUMAN RESOURCES
GRADE: H2
STATION: HEALTH SERVICE BOARD

JOB SUMMARY
Responsible and accountable for the General Manager Human Resources at the Health Service Board.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
Coordinating the development and reviewing of HRH policies, Circulars, General Letters, HRH Procedures and Induction Manuals in the Health Sector
Guiding employees on HRH personnel policies and procedures; ensuring compliance with personnel policies and procedures and recommending improvements to personnel policies and procedures
Administering the human resource management information system (HRMIS) for the Ministry of Health & Child Care (MoHCC)

Responsible for Human Resources Planning and talent management systems to support present and future labour demands of the Health Service
Responsible for career mobility, employee separation and exit management and maintaining and ensuring security, accuracy and completeness of employee personnel and benefits records.
Coordinating and reviewing the Departmental work plan; assigning work activities, projects and programs and reviewing and evaluating work products, methods and procedures.
Advising and coaching employees on personnel-related issues and assisting Heads of Departments and Sections in handling employee relations issues;
Participating in the development of Department goals, objectives and systems;
Liaising with other Departments, and outside agencies on human resources issues

QUALIFICATION
A Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources Management or Bachelor’s degree in Social Science/Administration plus a Diploma in Personnel/Human Resources Management or HND in Human Resources
A Master’s degree in a Human Resources/ Business Administration/ Public Administration or any other relevant higher qualification will be an added advantage
A minimum of 6 years working experience as a Human Resources Officer of which two years should be at Principal level or equivalent.

COMPETENCIES
Policy development and review.
Strong leadership ability, excellent written and verbal communications skills and organizational skills and the ability to work with all levels of employees and management.
Integrity and confidentiality
Able to multi-task, prioritize workload, and meet strict deadlines.
Computer literacy
Demonstrated decision making skills.

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